Session 108 | Geneva | 4-8 May 2015
Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda
GRSG-108-01 | Running order of the provisional agenda for the 108th GRSG session
GRSG/2015/1 | Provisional agenda for the 108th GRSG session
GRSG/2015/1/Add.1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 108th GRSG session
WP.29/1112 | Report of the World Forum/WP.29 on its 164th session
WP.29/1114 | Report of the World Forum/WP.29 on its 165th session
WP.29/1114/Corr.1 | Corrigendum to the report of the World Forum/WP.29 on its 165th session
GRSG/87 | Report of the GRSG on its 108th session
2. Regulation No. 107 (M2 and M3 vehicles)
GRSG-108-01 | Running order of the provisional agenda for the 108th GRSG session
2. (a) Proposals for further amendments
GRSG/2014/6/Rev.1 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 107 (with track changes) Proposal to introduce fire suppression systems for buses and coaches upon detection of fire in the engine and/or heater compartment.
GRSG-108-10 | Statistical information about fires in different bus categories and classes
GRSG-108-14 | Draft brochure as part of coordinated information campaign for UN Regulation No. 129
GRSG-108-16 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 107 Proposal to clarify the requirements concerning the height of steps in vehicles which comply with Annex 8.
GRSG-108-35 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 107 Proposal to redefine the measurement criteria for determining appropriate seat spacing in order to address observed cases where adequate spacing is not achieved even though the current criteria are fulfilled. The type approval authorities of the member states of the European Union (TAAM) discussed the proper interpretation of the text of the Regulation in the case of seats with a central recess (sunken area) and decided that the text of the Regulation needed to be modified in order to provide an adequate method to measure the H dimension.
GRSG-108-31 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 107 Incident reports confirm that occupants of exposed seats have been thrown forward during heavy braking or vehicle impact conditions, often sustaining head injuries from contact with the vehicle floor or other hard structure. Seats particularly affected are those located immediately to the rear of an open wheelchair or buggy space. This proposal aims to reduce this risk by extending existing requirements for exposed seats adjacent to step wells to apply to other exposed seats where there is a risk of the occupant being thrown forward.
GRSG-108-45 | Comments on the proposed supplement to the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 107 OICA concerns regarding the proposal to introduce fire suppression systems for buses and coaches upon detection of fire in the engine and/or heater compartment (document GRSG/2014/6/Rev.1).
GRSG-108-51 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 107 Text of the proposal for fire suppression systems prepared by the Secretariat and incorporating documents GRSG/2015/6/Rev.1 and GRSG-108-45 as agreed by the GRSG during its 108th session.
2. (b) Requirements for service doors, windows and emergency exits
GRSG/2015/18 | Proposal for amendments to the 05 and 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 107 Proposal for a new paragraph 7.6.5.2. in Annex 3 to clarify that deactivation of emergency controls at speeds lower than 5 km/h should be permitted taking into consideration that the opening in emergency is ensured according to the provisions of paragraph 7.6.5.1. Paragraph 7.6.5.2. is renumbered and amended to correct the speed at which the control has to be reactivated. The amended paragraphs align the requirements to those on overnight-locking systems.
GRSG-107-05 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 107 In document GRSG/2014/4, Hungary proposed to delete the provision that emergency windows shall be capable of being operated from outside the vehicle. This document provides a written justification for the proposal to enable its formal approval by GRSG.
3. Regulation No. 39 (Speedometer)
GRSG/2015/15 | Proposal for draft 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 39 Proposal to insert performance requirements for the installation of odometers on vehicles.
GRSG/2015/16 | Proposal for draft 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 39 Proposal to add anti-fraud provisions and test procedures to the Belgian proposal to include odometers under UN R39 (i.e., document GRSG/2015/15).
GRSG-108-30 | Corrigendum to the proposals for the draft 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 39 Proposal from the GRSG secretariat to correct the definition of "Odometer" in documents GRSG/2015/15 and GRSG/2015/16.
GRSG-108-37 | Protection against mileage fraud by common criteria
GRSG-108-38 | Comments on the proposed draft 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 39 OICA comments expressing opposition to the proposed measures to combat odometer fraud in the used vehicle market.
GRSG-108-39 | Comments on the proposed draft 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 39 India comments raising concerns over the feasibility of the proposal to combat odometer fraud in used car sales.
GRSG-108-42 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 39 Proposal to update requirements for numeric/digital displays.
GRSG-108-06 | Protected reference file: ISO standards: ISO 15408-1 to 3 and 18045 ISO standards provided to the Working Party on General Safety for internal use only. These files are password-protected. The password may be requested by GRSG participants from the WP.29/GRSG secretariat. ISO 15408 establishes the general concepts and principles of information technology security evaluation. ISO 18045 is the companion document for ISO 15408 and concerns security techniques.
4. Regulation No. 43 (Safety glazing)
GRSG/2015/3 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 43 Proposal to define a reduced vision zone I for vehicles of categories M and N other than M<sub>1</sub>.
GRSG/2015/4 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 43 This proposal aims to enable the use of thick glass panes for multiple glazed units which, in turn, requires exempting such configurations from the head-form test.
GRSG-108-15 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 43 Proposal to clarify the specification of the abrasion test machine.
5. Regulation No. 46 (Devices for indirect vision)
GRSG/2015/2 | Proposal for a draft Supplement to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 46 Proposal by the Informal Group on Camera-Monitor Systems (IGCMS-II) to introduce the optional replacement of mirrors of Classes I to IV by camera-monitor systems.
GRSG/2015/8 | Proposal for the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 125 Proposal to modify UN R125 in line with the proposed amendment to UN R46 (indirect vision) that introduces the use of camera-monitor systems (CMS) in place of rear-view mirrors (i.e., document GRSG/2015/2). This proposal is part of a package of proposals to amend the UN Regulations impacted by the amendment to UN R46 and would extend the provisions for rear-view mirrors to CMS devices.
GRSG/2015/9 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 05 series of amendments to Regulation No. 10 Proposal to align UN Regulation No. 10 with the proposed amendments to Regulation No. 46 (document GRSG/2015/2) to enable the replacement rear-view mirrors by camera-monitor systems. This proposal is also subject to the consent of the Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE).
GRSG/2015/10 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 26 Proposal to treat camera-monitor systems the same as rear-view mirrors under UN R26 in view of the amendment to UN R46 to enable the replacement of rear-view mirrors by CMS (i.e., document GRSG/2015/2).
GRSG/2015/11 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to Regulation No. 61 Proposal to ensure that all devices for indirect vision, including exterior cameras, are covered by UN R61. This proposal is part of a package of proposals to update various regulations impacted by the proposed amendment to enable the replacement of rear-view mirrors by camera-monitor systems.
GRSG/2015/12 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 79 Proposal to adapt UN R79 in line with the proposed addition of camera-monitor systems to UN R46 (indirect vision). UN R79 refers to external mirrors in test procedures involving the vehicle turning circle. This proposal replaces the reference to mirrors with a broader reference to "indirect vision devices" that includes CMS.
GRSG/2015/13 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 94 Proposal to align UN R94 with the draft amendment to add camera-monitor systems to UN R46 (i.e., document GRSG/2015/2). Under UN R94, the measurement for the 40% overlap between the vehicle and crash barrier excludes external rear-view mirrors. This proposal would extend the same treatment where the mirror has been replaced by an exterior camera.
GRSG/2015/14 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 107 UN R107 includes a provision to prevent a folding seat used by the crew from obstructing the view of the exterior rear-view mirror. In light of the proposed amendment to introduce camera-monitor systems into UN R46 (indirect vision), this proposal would extend the same treatment to CMS used in the place of rear view mirrors.
GRSG-108-17/Rev.1 | Proposal for the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 46 (revised) Proposal to exclude M and N1 vehicles from the close-proximity field of vision requirements pursuant to the establishment of the international whole vehicle type approval system.
GRSG-108-21 | Proposal to amend the draft Supplement to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 46 Amendments from the CMS II informal group to the draft provisions that would allow the optional replacement of mirrors of Classes I to IV by camera-monitor systems.
GRSG-108-22 | Proposal to amend the draft Supplement to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 46 Proposal to add information reporting requirements for type approval of camera-monitor systems of classes I to IV to the proposal for a Supplement to the 04 series of amendments to UN R46 (document GRSG/2015/2).
GRSG-108-23 | Report from the informal group on Camera-Monitor Systems (IGCMS-II) to GRSG
GRSG-108-24 | Proposal for Supplement 2 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 46 This proposal aims to clarify that surveillance mirrors can be mounted below 2 meters from the ground when integrated in a housing including one or several mirrors of classes II or III.
GRSG-108-26 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 05 series of amendments to Regulation No. 10 Document GRSG/2015/9 would amend the provisions of UN R10 on electromagnetic compatibility to include camera-monitor devices newly defined under UN R46. This proposal aims to clarify that the amendment applies only to regulated devices for indirect vision (UN R46) so as not to be confused with other devices for indirect vision already included within the scope of UN R10.
GRSG-108-25 | Proposal for the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 125 Document GRSG/2015/8 proposes to amend the provisions on forward field of vision of drivers in UN R125 to promote and to support the installation of camera-monitor devices on vehicles of category M1. This proposal would clarify that the amendment only applies to regulated devices for indirect vision.
GRSG-108-46/Rev.1 | Proposal for a draft Supplement to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 46 Consolidated revised version of UN R46 introducing provisions prepared by the Informal Group on Camera-Monitor Systems (IGCMS-II) to introduce the optional replacement of mirrors of Classes I to IV by camera-monitor systems.
GRSG-108-46/Rev.2 | Adopted proposal for a draft Supplement to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 46 Consolidated revised version of UN R46 as approved by the GRSG during its 108th session to introduce the optional replacement of mirrors of Classes I to IV by camera-monitor systems.
GRSG-108-03 | ISO standards: ISO 9241, ISO 13406, ISO 14524 (zip file) ISO standards provided for the sole use of participants in the Working Party on General Safety. This file is password protected. Please contract the GRSG secretariat (Mr. Romain Hubert, telephone: +41 (0) 22 917 2402 or <a href="http://www.unece.org/transport/areas-of-work/vehicle-regulations/transmainwp29who/contact-form.html" target="_blank">by e-mail</a>) for further information.
GRSG-108-20 | ISO standard: ISO 16505 (Camera monitor systems) Password-protected copy of ISO standard 16505: Road Vehicles -- Ergonomic and performance aspects of Camera Monitor Systems -- Requirements and test procedures. Participants in GRSG work may contact the GRSG secretariat for access.
6. Regulation No. 58 (Rear underrun protection)
GRSG/2015/17 | Proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 58 Proposal to introduce more stringent requirements for rear underrun protection devices.
GRSG-108-07 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 58 Proposal by the International Road Transport Union (IRU) to amend the proposal by Germany that increases the stringency of the UN R58 rear underrun performance requirements. This proposal would delete the labeling provision (para. 16.7) in the German proposal (document GRSG/2015/17).
GRSG-108-13 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 58 Proposal to clarify and refine the draft amendments proposed in document GRSG/2015/17 "Proposal for the 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 58".
GRSG-108-27 | Proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 58 Proposal to amend document GRSG/2015/17 which would introduce higher stringency levels for rear underrun protection devices.
GRSG-108-28 | Proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 58 Proposal to correct certain omissions in the text and to simplify the transitional provisions proposed in document GRSG/2015/17 which would increase the stringency of the rear underrun protection device requirements.
GRSG-108-32 | Draft amendments to UN Regulations Nos. 58 and 73 UN Regulations Nos. 58 and 73 contain exemptions which can be applied by an approval authority and we are concerned that a vehicle which is correctly approved using such an exemption cannot then be required to have an RUPD or sideguards. The UK seeks the views of GRSG on how the wording of the exemptions may be improved to ensure that as many vehicles as possible are fitted with RUPD and sideguards.
GRSG-108-40 | Comment on the proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 58 Proposal for corrections to the text.
GRSG-108-48 | Proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 58 Revised proposal to introduce more stringent requirements for rear underrun protection devices, taking into account the comments received during the 108th GRSG session.
GRSG-108-48/Rev.1 | Revised proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 58 Revised proposal to introduce more stringent requirements for rear underrun protection devices, taking into account the comments received during the 108th GRSG session.
GRSG-108-48/Rev.2 | Adopted proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 58 Proposal as approved by the GRSG during its 108th session to introduce more stringent requirements for rear underrun protection devices..
7. Regulation No. 67 (Equipment for liquefied petroleum gases (LPG))
8. Regulation No. 97 (Vehicle Alarm Systems (VAS))
GRSG-108-50 | Amendments to the proposed Supplements to UN Regulations No. 97 and No. 116 Revised proposals approved by the GRSG to delete provisions regarding the optical display of the status of the vehicle alarm system outside the passenger compartment in order to avoid driver distraction by and/or confusion of such exterior lighting with primary lighting and signaling equipment required under UN R48. These proposals supersede documents WP.29/2015/36 and WP.29/2015/37 that were submitted for the March 2015 WP.29 session but deferred to the June session.
GRSG-107-26/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 97 Proposal to delete provisions regarding the optical display of the status of the vehicle alarm system outside the passenger compartment in order to avoid driver distraction by and/or confusion of such exterior lighting with primary lighting and signaling equipment required under UN R48.
WP.29/2015/36 | Proposal for Supplement 8 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 97 Proposal as approved by the GRSG to delete provisions regarding the optical display of the status of the vehicle alarm system outside the passenger compartment in order to avoid driver distraction by and/or confusion of such exterior lighting with primary lighting and signaling equipment required under UN R48.
9. Regulation No. 110 (Specific components for CNG)
GRSG/2015/5 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 110 Proposal to correct the numbering of chapter 18 following the introduction of provisions for automatic valves.
GRSG/2015/6 | Proposal for draft 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 110 Proposal to regulate the direction of discharging the pressure relief devices of CNG containers.
GRSG-108-08/Rev.2 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 110 (2nd revision) Proposal to require an exterior protection on cylindrical gas tanks. Under the current regulation, such exterior protection may be fitted at the discretion of the manufacturer. The intention is to increase protection against corrosion of cylinders in response to a corroded cylinder explosion in Germany.
GRSG-108-11 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 110 Proposal for improvements to marking provisions and changes to high-strength steel specifications pursuant to the deliberations of the Japanese 'Study Group for CNG Cylinders/LNG Tanks’, a stakeholder expert group.
GRSG-108-29 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 110 Proposal to enable the use of autonomous CNG heaters for the heating of engines before the vehicle is in service.
GRSG/2014/28 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 110 Proposal to clarify the provisions for the periodic inspection of pressure relief valves.
GRSG/2014/30 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 110 Text prepared by the Netherlands and the International Association for Natural Gas Vehicles (IANGV/NGV Global) to clarify the provisions of Chapter 18 following the introduction of automatic valves (see report GRSG/84, para. 38).
GRSG-108-02/Rev.1 | Terms of Reference for a GRSG informal working group on Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV) (revised) Proposal to establish an informal working group to consolidate existing amendments to UN Regulation No. 110 in light of technical progress of other gaseous fuel regulations and standards and, where necessary, amend the Regulation to promote improved clarity and harmonization.
WP.15/2015/4 | Use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel for vehicles carrying dangerous goods
10. Regulation No. 116 (Vehicle Alarm Systems)
GRSG/2015/7 | Proposal for draft amendments to Regulation No. 116 UN R116 specifies operating voltages and voltage limits. Current technology and intelligent battery management systems allow for precise control and definition of these parameters. This includes “intelligent” operating ranges in order to optimize energy management (CO2 emission reduction). Fixed operating voltage ranges are therefore unnecessary or even may hinder efforts for CO2 emission reduction in the future. This proposal would allow varying operating voltage ranges according to the battery technology used to remove this restriction impact such advanced designs.
GRSG-108-50 | Amendments to the proposed Supplements to UN Regulations No. 97 and No. 116 Revised proposals approved by the GRSG to delete provisions regarding the optical display of the status of the vehicle alarm system outside the passenger compartment in order to avoid driver distraction by and/or confusion of such exterior lighting with primary lighting and signaling equipment required under UN R48. These proposals supersede documents WP.29/2015/36 and WP.29/2015/37 that were submitted for the March 2015 WP.29 session but deferred to the June session.
GRSG-108-49 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 116 Proposal developed by the IWVTA informal group to highlight concerns over the ambiguity of Regulation No. 116, especially with regard to whether the installation of vehicle immobilizer systems is mandatory. IWVTA is requesting WP.29 for clarification and resolution of the ambiguous provisions and interpretations.
WP.29/2015/37 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to Regulation No. 116 Proposal as approved by the GRSG to delete provisions regarding the optical display of the status of the vehicle alarm system outside the passenger compartment in order to avoid driver distraction by and/or confusion of such exterior lighting with primary lighting and signaling equipment required under UN R48.
11. Regulation No. 118 (Burning behaviour)
GRSG-108-09 | Proposal for Supplement 2 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 118 Proposal to clarify the scope and the application of the regulation. The proposal clarifies that the regulations applies to "the burning behaviour of electric cables and cable sleeves or cable conduits used in the vehicle" and it updates the reference to paragraph 5.22. of ISO 6722-1:2011.
GRSG-107-18 | Expanded justification for proposed amendments to Regulation No. 118 More detailed explanation of the proposal (document GRSG/2014/24) to update the reference to ISO 6722 in the cable test (i.e. replace the reference to "IS0 6722 paragraph 12" with a reference to "ISO 6722-1:2011 paragraph 5.22").
GRSG/2014/24 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 118 Proposal to update the reference to ISO 6722 in the cable test (i.e. replace the reference to IS0 6722 paragraph 12 with a reference to ISO 6722-1:2011 paragraph 5.22).
GRSG-107-28 | ISO Standards 11439:2013 and 6722:2011 This file is password-protected. ISO provided these standards "for the sole purpose of review during UNECE GRSG regulations development for GRSG participants, and not for public posting or reproduction without ISO’s permission.” Parties involved with this work may contact the GRSG secretariat to obtain the password. ISO Standard 11439 concerns "High pressure cylinders for the on-board storage of natural gas as a fuel for automotive vehicles". ISO 6722 concerns '60 V and 600 V single-core cables -- Part 1: Dimensions, test methods and requirements for copper conductor cables".
12. Regulation No. 121 (Identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators)
GRSG/2014/12 | Proposal for Supplement 9 to Regulation No. 121 Proposal to adapt the provisions for multi-function displays to technological progress. In principle, current displays can convey more information to the driver, including levels of severity or importance, while the current text was written when technologies were less flexible. As a result, the current provisions risk impeding the use of beneficial multi-function tell-tales. This text is based on informal document GRSG-105-21.
GRSG-108-05 | Proposal for draft amendments to Regulation No. 121 Proposal to add a telltale and symbols for "Accident Emergency Call System (AECS)".
13. Regulation No. 125 (Forward field of vision of drivers)
GRSG-108-33 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 125 An accident occurred where an N1 security vehicle fatally injured a child who was crossing the entrance to a supermarket car park. The vehicle had been modified from the original specification of the manufacturer by the removal of the side windows and the fitting of plastic glazing on both sides of the driver’s cab area, and a frame of strengthening material fitted to the replacement glazing. This reduced the side vision for the driver of the vehicle. Since UN R125 applies to M1 vehicles, the UK seeks guidance from GRSG on the application of UN R125 provisions to N1 vehicles.
14. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval
GRSG-108-49 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 116 Proposal developed by the IWVTA informal group to highlight concerns over the ambiguity of Regulation No. 116, especially with regard to whether the installation of vehicle immobilizer systems is mandatory. IWVTA is requesting WP.29 for clarification and resolution of the ambiguous provisions and interpretations.
15. Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3)
GRSG-108-18 | Proposal for an amendment to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles Proposal to introduce a definition for "twinned wheels".
WP.29/2015/35 | Proposal for draft amendments to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicle (R.E.3) Proposal as approved by the GRE and GRSG to add classifications covering agricultural trailers and towed agricultural machinery in the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3).
16. Accident Emergency Call Systems (AECS)
GRSG-108-05 | Proposal for draft amendments to Regulation No. 121 Proposal to add a telltale and symbols for "Accident Emergency Call System (AECS)".
GRSG-108-19 | Progress report of the GRSG informal group on Accident Emergency Call Systems
17. Global Technical Regulation No. 6 (Safety glazing)
GRSG-108-36 | Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure for the informal working group on Panoramic Sunroof Glazing (PSG)
GRSG-107-23 | Proposal for draft Corrigendum 2 to Global Technical Regulation No. 6 Correction to clarify that the scope of the GTR covers windscreens and panes for cars and trucks and to harmonize the text with ISO 3537/ UN R43. The present text could be read to limit the scope of windscreens and double window panes.
18. Other business
GRSG-108-02/Rev.1 | Terms of Reference for a GRSG informal working group on Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV) (revised) Proposal to establish an informal working group to consolidate existing amendments to UN Regulation No. 110 in light of technical progress of other gaseous fuel regulations and standards and, where necessary, amend the Regulation to promote improved clarity and harmonization.
18. (a) Acronyms, abbreviations and symbols
18. (b) Regulation No. 34 (Prevention of fire risks)
GRSG-108-12 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 34 Proposal to correct an oversight by aligning the "alternative procedures" provisions of the regulation with the previously adopted amendment of the regulation that raised the rear-impact speed to between 48 and 52 km/h (03 series of amendments).
GRSG-108-41 | Proposal for the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 34 Proposal to align the draft 03 series (document WP.29/2014/65) with other UN Regulations and Indian standards by specifying the upper weight threshold of the total permissible mass of M1 and N1 vehicles of 2.5 tonnes (rather than the current 2.8 tonnes).
18. (c) Event data recorders (EDR)
GRSG-108-34 | Proposal for new agenda item on Event Data Recorders
18. (d) Regulation No. 60 (Identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators for mopeds/motorcycles)
GRSG-108-47 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 60 Proposal to allow for small variations in the presentation of motorcycle telltales and control symbols that do not deviate to such an extent as to cause confusion.
18. (e) General Safety Regulation
GRSG-108-44 | Study on the review of the general safety regulation and pedestrian protection regulation Notice on the publication of an EC-sponsored study on the benefits and feasibility of a range of new technologies and unregulated measures in the field of motor vehicles and on future plans of the Commission in this regard.
18. (f) Masses and Dimensions
GRSG-108-43/Rev.1 | Review of the legal EU framework on masses and dimension Notice from the European Commission of Directive (EU) 2015/719 concerning permissible vehicle masses and dimensions that will result in mandatory revisions to the EU type approval legislation during 2016.
18. (g) Amendments to regulations related to the 3D H-point machine
18. (h) Tributes to Mrs. Ransoné and Mr. Jongenelen