Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda
GRRF/2014/1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 76th GRRF session
GRRF/2014/1/Add.1 | Addendum to the provisional agenda for the 76th GRRF session Annotations to the provisional agenda for the February 2014 GRRF session.
GRRF-76-01 | Running order of the provisional agenda for the 76th session of GRRF
GRRF-76-37/Rev.1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 76th GRRF session Agenda updated by the GRRF secretariat with the latest informal document additions.
2. Advanced Emergency Braking Systems
GRRF-76-15 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 00 series of amendments to Regulation No. 130 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-76-16 | Proposal for Supplement 01 to the 00 series of amendments to Regulation No. 131 Proposal to include a footnote in the scope of the regulation alerting type approval authorities to the possibility for exemptions to the automatic emergency braking systems requirements based upon reasonable technical feasibility, cost/benefit, and/or other evidence. The broad notion is that AEBS 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 AEBS requirements.
GRRF-76-17/Rev.1 | Proposal for Supplement 02 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 131 Proposal to include a footnote in the scope of the regulation alerting type approval authorities to the possibility for exemptions to the automatic emergency braking systems requirements based upon reasonable technical feasibility, cost/benefit, and/or other evidence. The broad notion is that AEBS 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 AEBS requirements.
3. Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H (Braking)
3. (a) Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
GRRF/2014/10 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13-H Proposal for amendments to delete provisions for electronic stability and brake-assist systems from UN R13-H as part of their transposition into new stand-alone regulations.
GRRF-76-18 | Addendum to document GRRF/2014/10 (Proposal to amend UN R13-H pursuant to the separate ESC/BAS regulations) Proposed amendments to UN R13-H to confirm that the complex electronic control system (CEL) requirements may be satisfied through an approval conducted under another regulation (e.g., the pending new ESC and BAS regulations) and to delete the marking requirement concerning ESC systems which will no longer be within the scope of UN R13-H.
3. (b) Automated Connections between Vehicles (ACV)
GRRF-76-29 | Proposed continuation of the work related to modular vehicle combinations Request from the chair of the former informal group on automated couplings between vehicles for a mandate to develop amendments to braking, steering, vehicle stability, couplings, and possibly other areas related to modular vehicle combinations either through a new working group or an existing one (e.g., the R55 informal group). The aim would be to enable type approval of components used in vehicle combinations.
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.
3. (d) Braking symbols in Regulation No. 121 (Identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators)
GRRF/2014/7 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13 Proposal of the ad hoc expert group on transitional provisions to clarify and update these terms within the heavy braking regulation, including provisions for extensions of type approvals granted according to the antecedent requirements of the original approval. These amendments also relate to the transfer of brake-related telltale provisions to UN R121.
GRRF/2014/16 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13-H Proposal of the ad hoc expert group on transitional provisions to clarify and update these terms within the light braking regulation, including provisions for extensions of type approvals granted according to the antecedent requirements of the original approval. These amendments also relate to the transfer of brake-related telltale provisions to UN R121.
GRRF-76-02 | Regulation 13: Transitional Provisions Presentation of the recommendations (see document GRRF/2014/7) of the expert group reviewing the transitional provisions of UN R13 pursuant to the decision to transfer the provisions on the electronic stability control (ESC) warning signal to UN R121 on controls and tell-tales. UN R13 contains 23 transitional provisions introduced to allow manufacturers to adapt to changes that have been made to the rule over time. The ad hoc expert group was formed to streamline these provisions by removing obsolete provisions and by applying uniform language.
GRRF-76-04 | Regulation 13-H: Transitional Provisions Presentation of the recommendations (see document GRRF/2014/16) of the expert group reviewing the transitional provisions of UN R13-H pursuant to the decision to transfer the provisions on the electronic stability control (ESC) warning signal to UN R121 on controls and tell-tales. UN R13 contains eight transitional provisions (five of which are obsolete) introduced to allow manufacturers to adapt to changes that have been made to the rule over time. The ad hoc expert group was formed to streamline these provisions by removing obsolete provisions and by applying uniform language.
GRRF-76-30 | Proposal for addendum to document GRRF/2014/16 (UN R13-H transitional provisions) Correction of errors in the proposal of the ad hoc expert group on transitional provisions to clarify and update these terms within the light braking regulation, including provisions for extensions of type approvals granted according to the antecedent requirements of the original approval. These amendments also relate to the transfer of brake-related telltale provisions to UN R121. The proposal notes the deletion of two pictograms referencing electronic stability controls (ESC).
3. (e) Other business
GRRF-76-20 | Proposal for amendment to Regulation No. 13 Proposal to clarify and align the text of UN R13 on heavy-duty braking with that of UN R107 on bus construction with regard to the exemption of articulated buses and coaches from the requirements for vehicle stability equipment. The text would specify that "Class I, Class A and articulated vehicles of categories M2 and M3" are exempted from the requirements.
GRRF-76-21 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13 Proposal to remove all references to Annex 10 from Annex 13 by transferring the provisions concerning vehicles with and without anti-lock braking systems to Annex 10.
GRRF-76-31 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13 Proposal to delete the contents of Annex 9 on parking brake systems equipped with a mechanical brake-cylinder locking device due to obsolescence.
GRRF-76-09 | Consolidated draft revision 8 of Regulation No. 13 Complete draft of the new version of the regulation on heavy-duty braking prepared by the GRRF secretariat. This text includes Supplement 10 which clarifies the requirements in Annex 21 of UN R13 on the use of EVSC simulation, corrects a “copy and paste” mistake concerning a signature requirement made when copying text from Annex 11 into Annex 12, Appendix 4, and harmonizes UN R13 with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard FMVSS 135 on electric vehicle requirements with regard to the regenerative braking system (RBS).
4. Regulation No. 55 (Mechanical couplings)
GRRF/2014/14 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 55 Text prepared by the informal group of experts on Regulation No. 55 to introduce amendments on requirements for movable couplings, increased range of application of remote controls to couplings similar to C50-X and G50-X, possible increase of characteristic values of standard couplings and to include of further requirements on the mounting of couplings.
5. Motorcycle braking
5. (a) Regulation No. 78
GRRF/2014/5 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 78 Proposal from the International Motorcycles Manufacturer Association (IMMA) to introduce amendments clarifying the current text on the use of Combined Braking Systems (CBS) into UN R78.
GRRF/2014/6 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 78 Updated proposal for a series of amendments to clarify a variety of requirements, notably concerning test surface requirements, ABS cycling, and peak braking coefficient measurements under UN R78.
GRRF-76-19 | Comments from the Netherlands on the document GRRF/2014/6 (concerning UN R78 on motorcycle braking) Explanation of Dutch concerns with the IMMA proposals on the measurement of brake efficiency and the use of a representative vehicle for testing.
GRRF-76-32 | India’s Comments on documents GRRF/2014/4 and /5 India supports the purpose of the amendments to GTR No. 3 (GRRF/2014/4) and UN R78 (GRRF/2014/5) to provide same safety in the case of a failure in CBS as that of the conventional system of the two independent brakes for two wheelers. However, India believes the application of the amendments to three-wheelers requires additional consideration. Therefore, in order to proceed with amendments concerning CBS for two-wheelers, India proposes changes to the proposed text in order to allow further consideration of three-wheelers.
GRRF-76-36/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP29/GRRF/2014/5 Proposal to clarify the intent of the selected paragraphs to ensure that systems with with one service brake meet braking performance requirements using only that brake system (i.e, without any assistance from the secondary brake system). There had been an interpretation that for systems with two service brakes each brake had to meet the requirements which would result in higher stringency levels than intended by the requirement for single brake systems. The proposal also clarifies the parts of the braking system that should be considered with respect to hydraulic brake and mechanical transmissions and further clarifies that the test procedures are designed to simulate a brake failure rather than produce one.
GRRF-76-45 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 78 Proposal to clarify provisions on the use of Combined Braking Systems (CBS) and make some additional editorial improvements. This document contains GRRF/2014/05, GRRF/2014/06, GRRF-76-36 Rev 1 and updated by the comments raised at the seventy-sixth GRRF session.
5. (b) Global Technical Regulation No. 3
GRRF/2014/3 | Proposal for amendments to Global Technical Regulation No. 3 Updated proposal for a series of amendments to clarify a variety of requirements, notably concerning test surface requirements, ABS cycling, and peak braking coefficient measurements. The proposal clarifies the terms "inoperative" and "disconnected", introduces the "K-method" and the use of a representative vehicle based on UN R13-H.
GRRF/2014/4 | Proposal for amendments to Global Technical Regulation No. 3 Proposal from Italy to clarify provisions concerning the use of Combined Braking Systems (CBS) in GTR No. 3.
GRRF-76-32 | India’s Comments on documents GRRF/2014/4 and /5 India supports the purpose of the amendments to GTR No. 3 (GRRF/2014/4) and UN R78 (GRRF/2014/5) to provide same safety in the case of a failure in CBS as that of the conventional system of the two independent brakes for two wheelers. However, India believes the application of the amendments to three-wheelers requires additional consideration. Therefore, in order to proceed with amendments concerning CBS for two-wheelers, India proposes changes to the proposed text in order to allow further consideration of three-wheelers.
GRRF-76-35/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP29/GRRF/2014/4 Proposal to clarify the intent of the selected paragraphs to ensure that systems with with one service brake meet braking performance requirements using only that brake system (i.e, without any assistance from the secondary brake system). There had been an interpretation that for systems with two service brakes each brake had to meet the requirements which would result in higher stringency levels than intended by the requirement for single brake systems. The proposal also clarifies the parts of the braking system that should be considered with respect to hydraulic brake and mechanical transmissions and further clarifies that the test procedures are designed to simulate a brake failure rather than produce one.
GRRF-76-44 | Proposal for amendments to Global Technical Regulation No. 3 Proposal to clarify provisions concerning the use of Combined Braking Systems (CBS) and for a series of amendments to clarify a variety of requirements, notably concerning test surface requirements, ABS cycling, and peak braking coefficient measurements. The proposal clarifies the terms “inoperative” and “disconnected”, introduces the “K-method”.
6. Regulation No. 90
GRRF/2014/9 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 90 Proposal to improve the definition of "identical" parts as applied to replacement brake discs and drums and to introduce an "identical" part definition for brake linings. This documents supersedes document GRRF-75-18.
GRRF-76-42 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 90 Proposal to clarify that like original brake discs and drums, original brake lining assemblies & drum brake linings are also not subject to this regulation and to refine the definition of "m<sub>axle</sub>" as the "maximum technically" permitted mass of the axle in alignment with the definition in Annex 11-Appendix 1, Table 1 of UN R13.
GRRF-75-18 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 90 Proposal to improve the definition of "identical" parts as applied to replacement brake discs and drums and to introduce an "identical" part definition for brake linings.
GRRF-76-42/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 90 Reformatted proposal to clarify that like original brake discs and drums, original brake lining assemblies & drum brake linings are also not subject to this regulation and to refine the definition of “m<sub>axle</sub>” as the “maximum technically” permitted mass of the axle in alignment with the definition in Annex 11-Appendix 1, Table 1 of UN R13.
7. Tyres
7. (a) Global Technical Regulation on tyres
WP.29/2013/63 | Proposal for a global technical regulation on tyres Text of the new GTR on light vehicle radial tires as adopted by the Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear (GRRF) at its 74th session.
7. (b) Regulation No. 117
WP.29/2013/66 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 117 Text as adopted by the Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear (GRRF) at its 75th session based upon a proposal by the European Commission, France and ETRTO to introduce wet grip provisions and testing procedures for tyres of categories C2 and C3.
GRRF-76-05 | Japan comment for R117-02 C3 threshold Pursuant to discussions on setting uniform wet-grip requirements for C3 snow tires, Japan affirms that its national data supports a minimum wet-grip value of 0.65 (as proposed in document WP.29/2013/66: Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 02 series of amendments).
GRRF-76-07 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2013/66 (Supplement 5 to the 02 series of Regulation No. 117) Proposal to maintain a wet grip index of 0.95 for class C2 normal tires and regular snow tires under the discussions to establish wet grip provisions and testing procedures for category C2 and C3 tires.
GRRF-76-08 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2013/66 (Supplement 5 to the 02 series of Regulation No. 117) Proposal to maintain a wet grip index of 0.65 for class C3 normal tires and regular snow tires under the discussions to establish wet grip provisions and testing procedures for category C2 and C3 tires.
GRRF-76-11 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2013/66 (Supplement 5 to the 02 series of Regulation No. 117) European Commission proposal for minimum wet grip limits on Class C3 tyres. The EC notes that the wet grip (G) index is intended as a precautionary measure that would set a minimum level already satisfied by products currently on the market. In anticipation of improvements in new tires, the EC proposes to add a notation "Wet grip index (G) ≥ 0.80 may be considered for new types of tyres 96 months after the entry into force date of Supplement 5 to the 02 series of amendments, based on robust field data and cost-effectiveness analysis."
GRRF-76-12 | Summary of the ad hoc meeting on R117 C2 and C3 tyres Wet Grip thresholds Report of the special meeting held in Paris on 21 November 2013 to discuss wet grip values for Class C2 and C3 tyres.
GRRF-76-26 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 02 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 117 Proposal to elaborate on the concept of tyre deceleration (dω/dt) in the test procedures. The Russian Federation has developed a “Deceleration Calculator” for use in the UN R117 procedures. Following work by an ad hoc group (including NAMI, UTAC, and ETRTO) formed to review and validate this tool, Russia has prepared this new proposal, modifying the version (document GRB/2013/10) submitted at the last GRB session. The changes primarily concern the explanation of the tool rather than the basic mathematical equations.
GRRF-76-28 | Method of Deceleration Measuring and Data Processing for Tyre Rolling Resistance Determination Full report of the ad hoc group on the development of the method for determining tire rolling resistance using the variant dω/dt method.
WP.29-162-05 | Proposal for amendments to the draft Supplement 6 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 117 Submission of the wet grip limit values for Class C3 tires as agreed to within the Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear (GRRF). These values were originally proposed in document WP.29/2013/66.
GRRF-76-27 | Method of Deceleration Measuring and Data Processing for Tyre Rolling Resistance Determination Report of the ad‐hoc working group organized in accordance with the recommendation of the 58th GRB session to consider testing and evaluation of the variant method using the dω/dt form proposed by Russia.
7. (c) Other business
GRRF/2013/20 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 75 Proposal to include ATV tires in the motorcycle and moped tire regulation in order to enable the type approval of tires designed to equip quadricycles covered by the new Regulation (EU) No. 168/2013 of 15 January 2013 on the approval and market surveillance of two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles (L category vehicles). These tires may also equip some agricultural tractors (SbS vehicles) covered by the new EU Regulation.
GRRF/2013/22 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 106 Text prepared by the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation (ETRTO) to remove All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) tires from UN Regulation 106 on agricultural tires.
GRRF/2014/2 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 106 Proposal by the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation (ETRTO) to insert a new marking provision and, under "categories of use", a definition for construction application (Industrial tractor) tyres into UN R106.
GRRF/2014/15 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 106 Editorial improvements to the wording of marking requirements, superseding document GRRF/2013/24.
GRRF-76-06 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2013/20 Proposal to extend the scope of the regulation to include vehicle categories L6 and L7 (quadricycles and all-terrain vehicles). Since the present scope refers only to L1 through L5, the proposal would replace this with "two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles" and add that the regulation does not restrict the use of tires approved under the regulation to vehicles defined as category L.
GRRF-76-25 | AT tyres: What are they? Presentation concerning all-terrain tires pursuant to the proposal to include provisions under UN R75 to enable the type approval of such tires.
GRRF-76-38 | Evaluation of type approval possibilities for “AT” Tyres Presentation on definitions, applications, and regulatory options for the type approval of L-category vehicle all-terrain tires.
GRRF-76-41 | Proposal for amendments to document GRRF/2014/2 Editorial corrections by the ETRTO to its proposal to insert a new marking provision and under “categories of use”, a definition for construction application (industrial tractor) tyres into UN R106.
8. Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
GRRF-76-43 | Cooperative dynamic formation of platoons for safe and energy-optimized goods transportation Presentation by the head of the EU-funded <a href="http://www.companion-project.eu/" target="_blank">COMPANION project</a> to test and validate heavy-duty vehicle-to-vehicle platooning technologies. The program is aimed at gathering real-world experience with heavy vehicles formation of and interaction with connected vehicle platoons.
9. Steering equipment
9. (a) UN Regulation No. 79
GRRF/2014/8 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 79 Proposal to enable the approval of positive steering of trailers using energy supply and electrical control from the towing vehicle because standards applicable to energy supply connectors and digital information interchange have not been established.
9. (b) Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) and Parking Assist Systems (PAS)
GRRF-76-10 | Report of the Ad-hoc meeting on Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) in Paris Report of the 19-20 November 2013 special meeting to discuss whether to pursue a Japanese proposal to develop a new regulation for the approval of lane-keeping assist systems.
10. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA)
10. (a) Regulation on tyre installation
GRRF/2014/13 | Proposal for a new Regulation on Tyre Installation Proposal for a new regulation for the approval to tires installed on a vehicle. This regulations is proposed for use within the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system in order to ensure proper tire fitment on a vehicle under IWVTA evaluation. This document supersedes GRRF-75-20.
GRRF-76-39 | Proposal for amendments to document GRRF/2014/13 Amendments to the draft new regulation for the approval to tires installed on a vehicle in order to avoid overlap with UN R64 on spare tires.
10. (b) Regulation No. 13-H
GRRF/2014/12 | Proposal for a new Regulation on Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Proposal to transfer electronic stability control systems provisions out of UN Regulation 13-H and into a new stand-alone regulation. The proposal arises from a perceived need to simplify UN R13-H to facilitate its application within the proposed international whole vehicle type approval. This document supersedes document GRRF-75-15.
GRRF/2014/11 | Proposal for a new Regulation on Brake Assist Systems (BAS) Proposal to transfer brake assist system systems provisions out of UN Regulation 13-H and into a new stand-alone regulation. The proposal arises from a perceived need to simplify UN R13-H to facilitate its application within the proposed international whole vehicle type approval. This document supersedes document GRRF-75-14.
GRRF-76-13 | Proposal for amendments to document GRRF/2014/12 (Draft ESC Regulation) Proposal to specify that safety aspects of ESC systems can be assessed under this new regulation or under UN R13-H. The objective of the proposed wording is to avoid redundant certification of the complex electronic control systems (CEL) aspects of ESC according to both the proposed ESC regulation and UN Regulation No. 13-H (keeping unchanged the level of safety). The proposal would permit the applicant to show evidence that CEL compliance has already been achieved according to Annex 8 of UN Regulation No. 13-H as an alternative to demonstrating compliance with the CEL annex of the ESC regulation.
GRRF-76-14 | Proposal for amendments to document GRRF/2014/11 (Draft BAS Regulation) Proposal to specify that safety aspects of brake assist systems can be assessed under this new regulation or under UN R13-H. The objective of the proposed wording is to avoid redundant certification of the complex electronic control systems (CEL) aspects of ESC according to both the proposed BAS regulation and UN Regulation No. 13-H (keeping unchanged the level of safety). The proposal would permit the applicant to show evidence that CEL compliance has already been achieved according to Annex 8 of UN Regulation No. 13-H as an alternative to demonstrating compliance with the CEL annex of the BAS regulation.
GRRF-76-22 | Proposal for amendments to the draft regulation on Brake Assist Systems Proposal to amend the draft text for the proposed new regulation on BAS which would extract the BAS provisions from the current UN R13-H on light vehicle braking systems. The intention is to clarify the meaning of the text in places where it is ambiguous when taken out of the context of UN R13-H.
GRRF-76-33 | Proposal for amendments to document GRRF/2014/11 (new BAS regulation) India noted an erroneous reference to "ESC" in the original document where "BAS" was clearly intended.
GRRF-76-40 | IWVTA Reference to CEL Annex in R13H-split, ESC and BAS Explanation of three options developed for handling the approval of electronic stability controls (ESC) and brake-assist systems (BAS) under regulaitons separate from UN R13-H (light vehicle braking) while fulfilling the requirements of complex electronic systems (CEL).
GRRF-76-23 | Proposal for amendments to the draft regulation on Electronic Stability Control Proposal to amend the draft text for the proposed new regulation on ESC which would extract the ESC provisions from the current UN R13-H on light vehicle braking systems. The intention is to clarify the meaning of the text in places where it is ambiguous when taken out of the context of UN R13-H.
11. 1997 Agreement
12. Other business
12. (a) Highlights of the November 2013 session of WP.29
WP.29/1106 | Report of the World Forum/WP.29 on its 161st session
12. (b) Revision and extension of approvals
GRRF/2013/31 | Proposal for collective amendments to Regulations Nos. 13, 13-H, 30, 54, 55, 78, 79, and 90 Text prepared by the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA) to introduce the concept of "revision of approvals" into the UN Regulations under GRRF responsibility in order to align the UN Regulations with the EU Whole Vehicle Type Approval Directive 2007/46/EC in order to ease the administrative burden for both manufacturers and approval administrations regarding the extension of existing approvals.
12. (c) Other business
GRRF-76-03 | Abbreviations and Acronyms used in the UN Regulations of GRSP, GRRF (and other GRs) (1958 Agreement) Results from the project to review and eventually harmonized technical terms and abbreviations used across UN Regulations.
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