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UN R13: Proposal for a new series of amendments (France)
GRVA/2023/2 11 Nov 2022 Working Party Heavy-Duty Vehicle Braking Heavy-Duty Braking Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles of Categories M, N and O with regard to Braking Proposal to require a vehicle stability function on vehicles with four axles commercial vehicles over 25 tons in light of their specific use. GRVA/2023/0002
UN R13: Proposal for a supplement to the 11 series of amendments (CLCCR)
GRVA/2023/3 11 Nov 2022 Working Party Heavy-Duty Vehicle Braking Heavy-Duty Braking Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles of Categories M, N and O with regard to Braking Proposal to introduce provisions for electric regenerative braking systems. GRVA/2023/0003
UN R78: Proposal for the 06 series of amendments (IMMA and Netherlands)
GRVA/2023/4 11 Nov 2022 Working Party Motorcycle and Moped Braking Motorcycle Braking Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles of Categories L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5 with regard to Braking Proposal to introduce new requirements for Complex Electronic Control Systems, in line with the corresponding provisions for passenger cars in UN Regulation No. 13-H GRVA/2023/0004
UN R155: Proposal for amendments to the Interpretation Document (France)
GRVA/2023/5 11 Nov 2022 Working Party Cyber Security and Cyber Security Management Cybersecurity Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regards to cyber security and cyber security management system Proposal to introduce an explanation clarifying the possibility for Approval Authorities to recognise Certificates of Compliance for Cyber Security Management Systems (CSMS) issued by the Approval Authority of another Contracting Party. GRVA/2023/0005
UN R79: Proposal for amendments to the 03 and 04 series of amendments (OICA)
GRVA/2023/6 24 Nov 2022 Working Party Steering Equipment Steering Equipment Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to Steering Equipment Proposal to clarify the logical cascade of actions relative to ACSF B1 and ACSF C systems: When the same means is used by the driver to simultaneously activate the Automatically Commanded Steering Function of Category B1 (ACSF B1) and of category C (ACSF C), both functions switch to standby mode when the vehicle enters an ACSF C eligible road. But if the road is non-eligible to ACSF C, then only the ACSF B1 is activated. With the current text of the regulation, once the vehicle moves to an ACSF C eligible road, the driver must operate again the means to activate the ACSF C. This second deliberate action is confusing for the driver since it makes the manipulation more complex. The current wording actually discourages most drivers from using this assistance function. The proposed wording permits the following, logical, cascade of actions: <ol class="alpha"><li>The driver has done a deliberate action to activate ACSF B1 and ACSF C (on a non-eligible road); then </li><li>He drives into an eligible road, and is clearly informed thereof; then </li><li>He initiates a lane change procedure by activating e.g. the direction indicator.</li></ol> GRVA/2023/0006