Session 76 | Geneva | 17-21 Feb 2014
3. (c) Clarifications
GRRF/2013/29 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 13 Text prepared by Germany to clarify electrical braking system and energy supply line requirements with regard to towed trailers, including proposals for voltage specifications and inclusion of electro-hydraulic transmission devices within such systems. The text also seeks to align terminology with comparable paragraphs in other UN Regulations.
GRRF/2013/13 | Proposal for collective amendments - Regulation Nos. 13, 13-H, 79, 89, and the LDWS and AEBS regulations Proposal for collective amendments of amendments to Regulations Nos. 13 (Heavy vehicle braking), 13-H (Brakes of M1 and N1 vehicles), 79 (Steering equipment) and 89 (Speed limitation devices) and the new Regulations on LDWS and AEBS to clarify the references to Regulation No. 10 into the UN Regulations mentioned above.
GRRF-76-24 | Report on the status of work on the issue of electro-hydraulic systems Status report, including the current state of the draft text, on efforts to reach agreement on the introduction of provisions for electro-hydraulic systems into the test conditions for trailers with electrical braking systems.
GRRF/2004/11 | Proposal for a draft amendment to Regulation No. 13 Proposal to introduce new requirements for trailers braked by an inertia (overrun) braking system.
Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 00 series of amendments to Regulation No. 130 (OICA and CLEPA)
04 Feb 2014 Working Party Informal Documents Lane Departure Warning Systems Lane-departure Warning Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Lane Departure Warning System Proposal to include a footnote in the scope of the regulation alerting type approval authorities to the possibility for exemptions to the lane departure warning systems requirements based upon reasonable technical feasibility, cost/benefit, and/or other evidence. The broad notion is that LDWS is intended to prevent accidents due to inattention while driving long distances, especially on highways. Therefore, vehicles designed for purposes not given to such monotonous long-distance travel should, under this proposal, logically be exempted on a case-by-case basis from LDWS requirements. GRRF-76-0015