UN R14 Safety-Belt/ISOFIX AnchoragesWP.29/2020/50 | Proposal to transpose the provisions on minimum number of anchorage points and location of lower anchorages from Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3). 14 25 22474 1396
UN R16 Safety belt systemsWP.29/2020/51 | Proposal to align the 08 series with previous series of amendments with regard to approval authority notification of modifications that affect technical performance and/or documentation. 16 27 22475 1396
UN R22 HelmetsWP.29/2020/60 | Consolidated update of UN R22 from the informal working group on protective helmets, including:<ul><li>Reference headforms (shape, dimensions)</li><li>Oblique impact test method of measuring rotational acceleration</li><li>Product of the spectral distribution of radiation of the signal light and standard illuminant D65</li><li>High speed particle test for visors, and</li><li>Test for photochromic, liquid crystal visors.</li></ul> 22 33 22484 1396
UN R30 Pneumatic TiresWP.29/2020/72 | Proposal to align definitions across tyre regulations and align the regulations with technological progress, correct an editorial error, and clarify that the ply rating is not applicable to T-type temporary use tyres. 30 41 22501 1396
UN R41 Motorcycle NoiseWP.29/2020/70 | Proposal to introduce provisions for stationary noise measurements on a single-sided dual exhaust system, minimize proliferation of approval numbers from models with differences in vehicle exhaust and silencing systems, and correct an omission regarding the compensating resevoir fill time thereby aligning UN R41 with the other noise UN Regulations Nos. 9, 51 and 63. 41 52 22499 1396
UN R42 Front and Rear ProtectionWP.29/2020/52 | Proposal to exempt “sensors, cameras, radar devices, etc.” components of approved driver assist systems from the Annex 3 prohibition against damage provided the basic braking and steering performance remains intact. 42 53 22477 1396
UN R78 Motorcycle BrakingWP.29/2020/65 | Proposal to harmonise the requirements of UN R78 with the latest amendments to UN GTR No. 3 adopted by GRVA at its fourth session. Paragraph 5.1.18 aims to clarify with an explicit article that the rider is duly informed when activating a riding mode that disables the ABS on the rear axle. 78 89 22490 1396
UN R79 Steering EquipmentWP.29/2020/66 | Proposal to resolve measurement concerns in the test requirements for ACSF of Category B1 and C by introducing provisions for tolerances, including:<ol class="alpha"><li>inclusion of the position at which the lateral acceleration was measured and the position of the centre of gravity of the vehicle for better traceablility,</li><li>sampling rate of at least 100 Hz for dynamic testing,</li><li>specification of filters and cut-off frequency for determination of lateral acceleration,</li><li>option to measure "overriding force" torque via an internal sensor or an external device (e.g., steering robot).</li></ol> The proposal also would modify the high-speed test to end once the system has given an optical "hands-off" warning since the entire warning cascade is checked during the low-speed test. For M<sub>2</sub> and M<sub>3</sub> vehicles, the amendment allows a corrective steering function to use haptic signals as an alternative to acoustic signals for these categories of vehicles that are equipped with Lane Departure Warning System compliant with UN R130. This change would specify that the haptic warning may not be given solely via the steering wheel (e.g., provided in the driver’s seat). 79 90 22491 1396
UN R79 Steering EquipmentWP.29/2020/67 | Proposal to stipulate that "Automatic deactivation by the system of the direction indicator is required only if the lane change manoeuvre is initiated automatically, and if the direction indicator control is not fully engaged (latched position) during the lane change manoeuvre." The proposal also would modify the high-speed test to end once the system has given an optical "hands-off" warning since the entire warning cascade is checked during the low-speed test. For M<sub>2</sub> and M<sub>3</sub> vehicles, the amendment allows a corrective steering function to use haptic signals as an alternative to acoustic signals for these categories of vehicles that are equipped with Lane Departure Warning System compliant with UN R130. This change would specify that the haptic warning may not be given solely via the steering wheel (e.g., provided in the driver’s seat). 79 90 22492 1396
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2020/62 | Proposal to introduce provisions to avoid the burden of a new road load determination (e.g., NEDC) in cases where the road load has already been performed under GTR 15 (WLTP), to amend provisions on On-Board Diagnostics (OBD), road load coefficient determination, mono fuel gas vehicles pursuant to WLTP, and to introduce definitions for the terms “permanent” and “Limp-home routines”, and to clarify "permanent emission default modes". 83 94 22487 1396
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2020/63 | Proposal to introduce provisions to avoid the burden of a new road load determination (e.g., NEDC) in cases where the road load has already been performed under GTR 15 (WLTP), to amend provisions on On-Board Diagnostics (OBD), road load coefficient determination, mono fuel gas vehicles pursuant to WLTP, and to introduce definitions for the terms “permanent” and “Limp-home routines”, and to clarify “permanent emission default modes”. 83 94 22488 1396
UN R94 Frontal Collision ProtectionWP.29/2020/54 | 94 105 22478 1396
UN R95 Lateral Collision ProtectionWP.29/2020/61 | Proposal to remove restrictions on the scope of the Regulation to M1 and N1 vehicles, to provide appropriate transitional provisions and to make minor adaptations and clarifications to the existing requirements. 95 106 22485 1396
UN R101 CO2 Emissions/Fuel ConsumptionWP.29/2020/64 | Proposal to adapt the provisions in UN R101 to allow the usage of road load powers which have been derived from those determined in accordance with UN GTR No. 15 (WLTP). 101 112 22489 1396
UN R108 Retreaded TiresWP.29/2020/73 | Proposal to align the provisions for retreaded tyres to be tested and marked with the three-peak-mountain snow-flake (3PMSF) symbol with the related amendment proposals to UN R117. 108 119 22506 1396
UN R109 CV Retreaded TiresWP.29/2020/74 | Proposal to align the provisions for retreaded tyres marked using the three-peak-mountain snow-flake (3PMSF) symbol with amendments to UN R117 and to restore the remainder of a sentence that was unintentionally deleted in paragraph 3.2.1. during a previous amendment procedure. 109 120 22507 1396
UN R117 Tire Noise, Wet Adhesion, and Rolling ResistanceWP.29/2020/75 | Proposal to adapt the rolling-sound measurement procedures to accommodate special C2 tyres presenting a section width wider than 200 mm, aspect ratio lower than 55, rim diameter code lower than 15 and without any dual fitting indication (i.e. the front size 175/75R15 LT and the rear size 235/50R14 LT or the front size 175/75R15 LT and the rear size 265/50R14 LT). 117 128 22508 1396
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2020/55 | Proposal to update a reference with the new European Committee for Standardization (CEN) published EN 71-3:2019 on 10 April 2019 and to delete a cut-and-paste error in Annex 6, Appendix 2 taken from UN R44 referring to ECRS as in the “restricted” category which does not exist in UN R129. 129 164 22479 1396
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2020/56 | Proposal to update a reference with the new European Committee for Standardization (CEN) published EN 71-3:2019 on 10 April 2019, to delete a cut-and-paste error in Annex 6, Appendix 2 taken from UN R44 referring to ECRS as in the “restricted” category which does not exist in UN R129, and to reconcile and consolidate various references to tolerances for the internal geometry assessment. 129 164 22480 1396
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2020/57 | Proposal to clarify the requirements for the type approval category of booster seats over 135 cm, to update a reference with the new European Committee for Standardization (CEN) published EN 71-3:2019 on 10 April 2019, to delete a cut-and-paste error in Annex 6, Appendix 2 taken from UN R44 referring to ECRS as in the “restricted” category which does not exist in UN R129, and to reconcile and consolidate various references to tolerances for the internal geometry assessment. 129 164 22481 1396
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2020/58 | 129 164 22482 1396
UN R137 Frontal Impact ORSWP.29/2020/59 | Proposal from a drafting task force to:<ul><li>Align UN Regulations with the provisions of the revised General Safety Regulation of the European Union, thus, expand the scope of the UN Regulation No. 137,</li><li>Provide appropriate transitional provisions, and</li><li>Make minor adaptations and clarifications to the existing requirements.</li></ul> 137 204 22483 1396
UN R138 Quiet Road Transport VehiclesWP.29/2020/71 | Proposal to clarify that it is not necessary to require an ISO 10844 asphalt track surface in cases where the vehicle is at a standstill provided that the surface is dense and without substantial absorption characteristics. 138 205 22500 1396
UN R140 ESC SystemsWP.29/2020/68 | Proposal to allow for the use of the maximum operable steering wheel angle of a steering system’s design in cases where the normalized angle as calculated under the regulation cannot meet the fixed values of the regulation (i.e., between 270 and 300 degrees). The intention is to enable approval of eventual systems (e.g., steer-by-wire) that may use low steering gear ratios. 140 167 22493 1396
UN R152 Light Vehicle AEBSWP.29/2020/69 | Proposal to improve the robustness of the test procedure, including number of test runs and assessment of failures. 152 238 22494 1396
UN R152 Light Vehicle AEBSWP.29/2020/98 | Proposal to improve the robustness of the test procedure, including number of test runs and analysis of failures. 152 238 22495 1396
UN R13 Heavy-Duty BrakingWP.29/2020/84 | 13 23 22520 1396
UN R153 Fuel System Electric Power Train SafetyWP.29/2020/76 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation for the type approval of M1 vehicles with a total permissible mass not exceeding 3,500 kg and of N1 with regard to fuel integrity and safety of high voltage systems in case of a rear-end collision. This proposal aligns rear impact (UN R34) and electric vehicle safety (UN R100) requirements with the new EU General Safety Regulation and with GTR 20 on electric vehicle safety. 153 257 22509 1396
UN R154 WLTP Type ApprovalWP.29/2020/77 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of light duty passenger and commercial vehicles with regards to criteria emissions, emissions of carbon dioxide and fuel consumption and/or the measurement of electric energy consumption and electric range. 154 211 22510 1396
UN R154 WLTP Type ApprovalWP.29/2020/78 | Proposal for a new 01 series of amendments to a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of light duty passenger and commercial vehicles with regards to criteria emissions, emissions of carbon dioxide and fuel consumption and/or the measurement of electric energy consumption and electric range. 154 211 22511 1396
UN R155 CybersecurityWP.29/2020/79 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regards to cyber security and cyber security management system. 155 226 22512 1396
UN R156 SW UpdatesWP.29/2020/80 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regards to software update and software updates management system. 156 235 22514 1396
UN R157 Automated Lane-Keeping SystemsWP.29/2020/81 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to Automated Lane Keeping Systems designed to operate on highways at speeds up to 60 km/h. 157 247 22515 1396
UN R93 Front Underrun ProtectionWP.29/2020/83 | Proposal to amend requirements for front underrun protection devices to address aerodynamic body configurations. 93 104 22517 1396