Session 84 | Geneva | 19-22 Sep 2017
Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda
GRRF/2017/10 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 84th GRRF session
GRRF-84-01 | Running order of the agenda for the 84th GRRF session
GRRF-84-06 | General information for the 84th GRRF session
GRRF-84-08 | Updated and consolidated provisional agenda for the 84th GRRF session
GRRF/2017/25 | Proposal for draft corrigendum to UN Regulation No. 108 Proposal to align the Russian text with the original English text. In the English versions, the title of Annex 1 (Communication concerning the approval or extension or refusal or withdrawal of approval or production definitely discontinued of a retreading production unit pursuant to Regulation No. 108) is essentially identical to that use for Annex 1 of UN R109. Therefore, this proposal amends the title of Annex 1 in the Russian version of UN R108 to coincide with that of the Russian version of Annex 1 in UN R109.
2. Advanced Emergency Braking Systems
GRRF/2017/24 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 131 Proposal to restrict manual deactivation of AEB systems to speeds under 30 km/h. The proposal would require automatic reactivation of the AEBS when the vehicle speed exceeds 30 km/h.
GRRF-84-03 | Revised terms of reference for the AEBS informal working group Objectives and rules of procedure for the informal group established to expand the scope of UN R131 to include M<sub>1</sub> and N<sub>1</sub> vehicles. The informal group proposal leaves open the option to develop AEBS requirements for these vehicles as a new UN Regulation.
GRRF-84-21 | Comments on ECE/TRANS/WP29/GRRF/2017/24 OICA/CLEPA comments on the proposal to restrict manual deactivation of AEB systems to speeds under 30 km/h, noting cases where, given the current state of the technology, manual deactivation (regardless of speed) is warranted.
3. (a) Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H: Electronic Stability Control
3. (b) Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H: Modular Vehicle Combinations
3. (c) Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H: Clarifications
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/2017/2 | Proposal for an amendment of Regulation No. 13 Proposal to delete a redundant requirement. The paragraphs 2.2. and 2.2.1. are superfluous since paragraph 5.2.2.13. already requires all O4 trailers to be equipped with Anti-lock Braking Systems (ABS) of Category A.
GRRF/2017/11 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13 UN R13 allows for the exemption of certain vehicles from the requirement for electronic stability controls (footnote 12). This proposal (following proposals GRRF/2016/27 as amended by GRRF-82-03 and proposal GRRF-83-31) seeks to clarify the scope of the exemptions to include any special purpose vehicle with a non-standard chassis. The change was prompted by a modified vehicle where use of ESC was not feasible, but where the current UN R13 language left doubt as to whether the ESC requirement was applicable.
GRRF/2017/12 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13 Proposal to simplify the verification of the sufficient movement on the balancer without having to take measurements underneath the trailer in a potentially unsafe position.
GRRF-84-04 | Amendments to the Justification part in document GRRF/2017/12 (UN R13) Proposal to clarify the intent and rationale behind the proposal to simplify the verification of sufficient movement on the balancer without having to take measurements underneath the trailer in a potentially unsafe position.
3. (d) Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H: Other business
4. Regulation No. 55
GRRF/2017/13 | Proposal for a new Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of mechanical coupling components of combinations of agricultural vehicles Proposal from the informal working group on Agricultural Couplings.
GRRF-84-26 | Editorial corrections to GRRF/2017/13 on agricultural vehicle couplings Correction of a reference used in the original proposal for a new UN Regulation on agricultural vehicle couplings. In Annex 6, paragraph 1.7., 3.3.6. and 3.7.1.: The Term F<sub>s</sub> is not needed and misleading. The vertical component of the test force is named F<sub>v</sub>. This term should be used throughout the whole document concerning the vertical component of the test forces.
GRRF-84-27 | Status report of the Agricultural Coupling Devices and Components (ACDC) informal group
5. (a) Motorcycle braking: Global technical regulation No. 3
GRRF/2017/15 | Proposal to amend Global Technical Regulation No. 3 Proposal to align GTR No. 3 with technical progress, addressing among others: electromagnetic compatibility/immunity of ABS-systems, ABS performance requirements for category 3-5 vehicles (three-wheelers), uniform requirements for equipment such Emergency Stop Signal and the means to disable the ABS, if equipped. This amendment aims to harmonize GTR with recent amendments made to UN Regulation No. 78 while addressing its use under self-certification compliance systems.
GRRF/2017/16 | Report on draft Amendment 3 to global technical regulation No. 3 Technical report to accompany the proposal for amendment 3 (concerning mainly ABS issues) to GTR 3.
GRRF-84-10 | Proposal for amendments to GRRF/2017/15 (GTR No. 3) Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li> delete paragraph 3.1.15.3 as it is an unnecessary provision under self-certification systems and addresses deceleration measurement criteria referenced elsewhere in the regulation</li><li>clarify that the ABS tell-tale must be yellow</li><li>delete the prohibition on defeat devices due to the absence of objective and repeatable procedures for assess conformity necessary under self-certification.</li></ol>
5. (b) Motorcycle braking: Regulation No. 78
GRRF/2017/14 | Proposal for amendments to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 78 Regulation No. 53 currently allows for the activation of the stop lamp by application of the brakes only. As already presented at a session of the Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE) (see ECE/TRANS/WP29/GRE/2015/42), IMMA is proposing to introduce the activation of stop lamps under more conditions than the application of the service brake only, e.g. also by regenerative braking. As noted in the report of seventy-fourth session of GRE, see ECE/TRANS/WP29/GRE/74, para. 30: "the proposal might need to be accompanied by a modification of Regulation No. 78 under GRRF." Therefore, IMMA has prepared this proposal for Regulation No. 78. A revised corresponding proposal on Regulation No. 53 will also be submitted to the October 2017 session of GRE.
GRRF-84-13 | Proposal for amendments to GRRF/2017/14 (UN R78) Proposal of amendments to clarify the original text as proposed in GRRF/2017/14.
6. Regulation No. 90
GRRF-84-25 | Replacement brake callipers Presentation on remanufactured brake calipers as part of the discussion on whether such products should be subject to a new UN Regulation separate from UN R90. CLEPA does not believe these products require a new regulation.
7. (a) Tyres: Global technical regulation No. 16
GRRF-84-05 | TyreGTR informal group report to GRRF Report of the TyreGTR informal group chair on the group's 16th session held in Moscow.
GRRF-84-11 | Proposal for harmonisation with the current provisions of GTR No.16 Proposal to develop additional provisions under GTR No. 16 to allow for its alignment with Chinese tyre regulations.
GRRF-84-12 | Proposal for harmonisation with the current provisions of GTR No.16: Annex 1 Marked up version of GTR 16 identifying different requirements between the GTR and China’s tyre regulations.
7. (b) Tyres: Regulation No. 30
GRRF/2017/17 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 30 Proposal to update a cross-reference in paragraph 3.4. to read "3.1.2" pursuant to the earlier division of paragraph 3.1 into separate paragraphs 3.1.1. and 3.1.2.
GRRF-84-15 | Proposal for amendments to GRRF/2017/17 (UN R30) Proposal to correct erroneous cross-references in the original proposal GRRF/2017/17.
7. (c) Tyres: Regulation No. 54
GRRF/2017/18 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 54 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>correct the references to paragraph 3.17 in paragraph 3.1.12. to refer to 3.20</li><li>update a cross-reference in paragraph 3.4 to read "3.1.2." pursuant to the earlier division of paragraph 3.1 into paragraphs 3.1.1. and 3.1.2. (consistent with UN R30)</li><li>delete the superfluous reference to paragraph 2.19 in paragraph. 4.1.1. (consistent with UN R30)</li><li>delete the word "existing" from paras. 6.1.1.2. and 6.1.2.2. (consistent with all the other tyre UN Regulations)</li><li>amend paragraph 6.1.4.2. to take into account the requirements for size designations in Annex 5</li><li>add a footnote to Annex 5, Part II, Table B to introduce the appropriate formulae in the Regulation (instead of Annex 5)</li><li>add a size in Annex 5, Part II, Table C for an old size that does not follow the guidelines/formulae applicable for high flotation tyres.</li></ol>
GRRF-84-16 | Proposal for amendments to GRRF/2017/18 (UN R54) Proposal of additional footnotes to clarify terminology differences between the US and Europe to aid in the application of the regulation.
GRRF-84-34 | Addendum to document GRRF/2017/18 Proposal to correct the paragraph numbering of the original proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 54 contained in document GRRF/2017/18. The introduction of new paragraphs by Supplement 21 and the separation of paragraph 3.1. into subparagraphs 3.1.1. and 3.1.2. result in the proposed paragraph 3.1.12. being renumbered as 3.1.13.
7. (d) Tyres: Regulation No. 75
7. (e) Tyres: Regulation No. 106
GRRF/2017/19 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 106 Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>amend para 6.1.2. to align the wording to the headers in Annex 5 and to correct the reference to the footnote</li><li>amend para 6.2.1. to restore corrent references after renumbering made during recent Supplements</li><li>amend Annex 5, Table 5 to add the value for the Overall diameter (D) in column (*) that applies to tyres marked with classification code "I-3".</li><li>amend Annex 5, Table 6, Note 1 to clarify use of the 'IMP' and 'IND' suffixes for agricultural implements and construction vehicles, respectively.</li><li>add a footnote to Annex 5, Table 7 is the to introduce the appropriate formulae in the Regulation (instead of via Annex 5)</li><li>correct cross-references in Annex 7 following the introduction of three new paragraphs in Supplement 15</li><li>amend Annex 7, Part A to conform with Tire and Rim Association (TRA) specifications for code designated diagonal tyres with speed symbol A8.</li></ol>
GRRF-84-17 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 106 Proposal for new tables covering shallow-tread drive wheel tyres for agricultural tractors – normal section sizes and for additional specifications for high flotation tyre dimensions.
7. (f) Tyres: Regulation No. 109
GRRF/2017/20 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 109 In order to have a Regulation on the retreaded tyres with definitions and provisions structured in the same way of those previously introduced in amendments of "new tyres" Regulations, this amendment:<ol class="alpha"><li>indicates that for the purpose of this Regulation "tyres" means "pneumatic tyres" (all text amended accordingly)</li><li>introduces definitions of:<ul><li>"retreader” copy based on that “manufacturer" in the tyres regulations</li><li>Brand name", "Trademark", "Trade description" and "Commercial name" as defined in the tyre regulations</li><li>Material manufacturer / material supplier</li></ul></li><li>takes into account the rounding rules (already approved in the other tyre regulations) for the calculation of width and diameter of the tyres</li><li>aligns the title and the provisions of the para. 12 related to the names and addresses of Technical Services, Approved Laboratories and administrative Department with their equivalent in the tyres regulations</li><li>add some information in the certificate to the attention of the Type Approval Authorities for making easier the relationship between this one and the products</li><li>introduces:<ul><li>In para. 6.4.4.1., the possibility for the material manufacturer or supplier of the pre-cured tread pattern to provide directly to the Type Approval Authority (or Technical Service) all the documents needed to demonstrate the retreaded tyres produced with this pre-cured tread pattern fulfil the requirements of paragraph 7.2. in order to be classified as a "snow tyre for use in severe snow conditions"</li><li>In para. 7.1.4.2. a new table of tolerances with the objective to properly take into account the requirements for size designations in Annex 5 in addition to what already expressed. The maximum overall width has been taken from the international Tyre Standard ETRTO and Tire and Rim Association.</li></ul></li></ol>
7. (g) Tyres: Regulation No. 117
GRRF/2016/42 | Proposal for Supplement 10 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 117 Proposal to correct the text where the word "tyres" was inadvertently omitted from Paragraph 2.1.
GRRF/2017/7 | Proposal for Corrigendum to Regulation No. 117 Proposal to correct a type in Annex 7- Appendix 2, Part 2, Paragraph 5 where the snow group index should read "1.00", not "100" as appeared erroneously in the adopted text.
7. (h) Tyres: Regulation No. 141
GRRF/2016/43 | Proposal for amendments to the draft Regulation on Tyre Installation Proposal for minor editorial corrections to the text.
7. (i) Tyres: Regulation No. 142
GRRF/2017/21 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 142 Proposal to correct references to paragraphs in Regulations Nos. 30 and 54 which have to be updated pursuant to renumbering in the source regulations.
GRRF-84-35 | Adopted amendments to document GRRF/2017/21 Proposal as approved by GRRF during its 84th session to correct references to paragraphs in Regulations Nos. 30 and 54 which need updating pursuant to renumbering in the source regulations.
GRRF/2016/44 | Proposal for amendments to the draft Regulation on Tyre Pressure Monitoring System Proposal for a minor editorial correction to the text. Paragraph 4.8. should read "Annex 2 to this Regulation gives an example of approval marks." The current text refers to "examples" where there is only one provided.
GRRF-84-33 | TPMS and Tyre Inflation Pressure Field Study 2016/2017 OICA presentation on a field study undertaken to collect data on tyre pressures of vehicles in use towards assessing the effectiveness of direct and indirect tyre-pressure monitoring systems on the maintenance of correct inflation levels.
7. (j) Tyres: Snow tyres provisions
GRRF-84-20 | Snow tyre activities - status report
7. (k) Tyres: Other business
GRRF/2017/25 | Proposal for draft corrigendum to UN Regulation No. 108 Proposal to align the Russian text with the original English text. In the English versions, the title of Annex 1 (Communication concerning the approval or extension or refusal or withdrawal of approval or production definitely discontinued of a retreading production unit pursuant to Regulation No. 108) is essentially identical to that use for Annex 1 of UN R109. Therefore, this proposal amends the title of Annex 1 in the Russian version of UN R108 to coincide with that of the Russian version of Annex 1 in UN R109.
8. (a) Intelligent Transport Systems: Vehicle automation
WP.29-172-08 | Proposal for a decision on GRRF activities related to Automated Driving by WP.29 at its 172nd session
8. (b) Intelligent Transport Systems: Other ITS issues
GRRF-84-31 | Status report of the task force on Cybersecurity and OTA Updates
GRRF-84-32 | Secondary activities during automated driving Vehicle manufacturer perspectives on the permissibility of non-driving activities by the operator of a highly automated vehicle. This presentation relates to discussions between traffic regulators (represented by UN Working Party 1) and vehicle regulators (represented by UN Working Party 29) on responses under traffic laws and vehicle regulations to the advent of automated driving systems.
GRRF-84-38 | WP.1 presentation: Conceptualizing Road Safety Principles in the IoT era Presentation by the WP.1 chairperson of traffic regulator perspectives on automated driving, cybersecurity, and related subjects.
9. (a) Steering equipment: Regulation No. 79
GRRF/2017/23 | Proposal for amendments to Regulations Nos. 13, 13-H and 140 Revised proposal pursuant to GRRF discussions to enable activation of the ESC optical symbol in cases of a corrective steering function intervention when the CSF intervention is activated under the control of an ESC system. The aim is to avoid separate requirements for brake-actuated and steering-actuated vehicle stability functions (VSF) that would lead to two optical warnings where only one is necessary. This would enable use of the ESC intervention tell-tale for CSF steering intervention.
GRRF-84-36 | Draft consolidated amendments to Regulation No. 79 Draft amendment to UN R79, including provisions for emergency steering functions (ESF), Category C<notextile>[1]</notextile> ACSF for lane-change maneuvers, and updating of Complex Electronic Systems (CEL) Annex 6 provisions. This document was prepared during the 84th GRRF session for consideration during the special 85th GRRF scheduled to finalize a proposal for automated lane-change systems.
GRRF-84-39 | Adopted amendments to GRRF/2017/23 (UN R13, 13-H, 140) Revised proposal, as approved during the 84th GRRF session, to enable activation of the ESC optical symbol in cases of a corrective steering function intervention when the CSF intervention is activated under the control of an ESC system. The aim is to avoid separate requirements for brake-actuated and steering-actuated vehicle stability functions (VSF) that would lead to two optical warnings where only one is necessary. This would enable use of the ESC intervention tell-tale for CSF steering intervention.
GRRF-84-22 | Proposal for amendments to the 02 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 79 This proposal supplements proposal GRRF/2017/23 which amends UN R13, R13H and R140, to allow the use of the ESC tell-tale to indicate the intervention on the steering angle of one or more wheels for the purpose of vehicle stability. The intention allow design options that avoid two optical warning signals (ESC flashing + constant CSF) during an ESC intervention.
9. (b) Steering equipment: Automatically Commanded Steering Function
GRRF-84-02 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 79 - Requirements applicable to ACSF of Category C1 Working draft from the ACSF informal group to enable the approval of driver-initiated automated lane-change systems under UN R79.
GRRF-84-19 | Proposal for revised ToR and RoP for the IWG on ACSF Proposal for extend the current mandate of the informal group until September 2018.
GRRF-84-22 | Proposal for amendments to the 02 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 79 This proposal supplements proposal GRRF/2017/23 which amends UN R13, R13H and R140, to allow the use of the ESC tell-tale to indicate the intervention on the steering angle of one or more wheels for the purpose of vehicle stability. The intention allow design options that avoid two optical warning signals (ESC flashing + constant CSF) during an ESC intervention.
GRRF-84-23 | Proposal for draft amendments to UN Regulation No. 79 - Emergency Steering Function (ESF) Draft proposal to enable the approval of automated emergency steering systems intended to avoid or mitigate collisions. The proposal based on document ACSF-14-07 submitted by OICA and CLEPA which was discussed during the 14th meeting of the ACSF informal group. The square brackets indicates paragraphs which are still under discussion in the informal group.
GRRF-84-24 | Comments from Tesla, Inc. on GRRF-84-02 sent to the secretariat Comments submitted to GRRF through the secretariat proposing amendments to the draft text on automated lane-change systems.
GRRF-84-28 | Proposal for amendments to GRRF-84-02 Proposal to allow adaptation of speed and distance calculations in accordance with national speed limits since some nations enforce maximum speed limits below the 130 km/h used as the basis for the proposals on automated lane-change systems. Japan expects to refine the proposal in order to address mutual recognition concerns inherent in such recourse to national requirements. Japan further proposes clarification of the approaching vehicle (motorcycle) test target pending development of uniform test target specifications.
GRRF-84-29 | Lane Change Manoeuvre representation Diagram illustrating the phases of a lane-change maneuver as envisioned by the Category C[1] ACSF amendment to UN R79.
GRRF-84-30 | Lane Change Manoeuvre representation Set of diagrams illustrating the phases and timing of the test procedure for an automated lane-change maneuver as envisioned by the draft amendment to introduce Category C[1] ACSF into UN R79. These figures include the vehicle under test and approaching motorcycle speeds and distances under the lane-change phases, including timing and duration of each phase.
GRRF-84-36 | Draft consolidated amendments to Regulation No. 79 Draft amendment to UN R79, including provisions for emergency steering functions (ESF), Category C<notextile>[1]</notextile> ACSF for lane-change maneuvers, and updating of Complex Electronic Systems (CEL) Annex 6 provisions. This document was prepared during the 84th GRRF session for consideration during the special 85th GRRF scheduled to finalize a proposal for automated lane-change systems.
GRRF-84-37 | ACSF lane-change speed-distance calculation tool Speadsheet tool designed to calculate time and distance requirements based upon speeds of vehicle under test and test target motorcycle under the proposed procedures for evaluating Category C<notextile>[1]</notextile> ACSF automated lane-change systems.
GRRF/2017/26 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 85th GRRF session
GRRF-84-09 | Proposal for an amendment to Regulation No. 79 - Remote Control Manoeuvring Category G vehicles (defined in the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3)) have specific characteristics that enable them to achieve traction on, and to traverse over, off-road terrain that would defeat and/or damage conventional road vehicles. In some situations, it would be safer for the driver to be able to manoeuvre the vehicle from outside. This proposal seeks to permit remote manoeuvring capability provided that the vehicle is designed to operate in this environment and the off-road location is confirmed throughout the whole period that the function is in use.
WP.29-172-08 | Proposal for a decision on GRRF activities related to Automated Driving by WP.29 at its 172nd session
9. (c) Steering equipment: Complex Electronic (CEL) control system requirements
GRRF-84-14 | Proposal for amendments to Annex 6 to Regulation No. 79 Information document submitted by the informal group on Complex Electronic Systems concerning work on clarifying Annex 6 of UN R79, especially with regard to the assessment of automated steering systems. A revision to paper, based upon a further meeting of the informal group, will be provided to GRRF-84. <span style="color:red">Please note that the phrase "Amend paragraph 5.1.10., to read:" should read "Amend paragraph 5.1.11".</span>
GRRF-84-36 | Draft consolidated amendments to Regulation No. 79 Draft amendment to UN R79, including provisions for emergency steering functions (ESF), Category C<notextile>[1]</notextile> ACSF for lane-change maneuvers, and updating of Complex Electronic Systems (CEL) Annex 6 provisions. This document was prepared during the 84th GRRF session for consideration during the special 85th GRRF scheduled to finalize a proposal for automated lane-change systems.
GRRF/2017/27 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 79 Proposal to introduce provisions for driver-initiated automated lane-change systems (Category C ASCF) and for automated emergency steering functions (ESF).
9. (d) Steering equipment: Other business
GRRF-84-09 | Proposal for an amendment to Regulation No. 79 - Remote Control Manoeuvring Category G vehicles (defined in the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3)) have specific characteristics that enable them to achieve traction on, and to traverse over, off-road terrain that would defeat and/or damage conventional road vehicles. In some situations, it would be safer for the driver to be able to manoeuvre the vehicle from outside. This proposal seeks to permit remote manoeuvring capability provided that the vehicle is designed to operate in this environment and the off-road location is confirmed throughout the whole period that the function is in use.
10. (a) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval: Report on the IWVTA informal group and subgroup activities
WP.29/2017/108 | Draft UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Proposal submitted by the informal working group on the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval for the establishment of UN Regulation No. 0 regarding the approval of whole vehicles within the framework of the 1958 Agreement. The regulations would establish an International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) scheme whereby Contracting Parties adhering to the Regulation may issue approvals to either a limited level (L-IWVTA) or to a wider range of technical topics included in the universal level (U-IWVTA). Contracting Parties are able to apply the limited or universal IWVTA depending upon the national situation. The Universal-IWVTA (U-IWVTA) provides a greater level of certainty for vehicle manufacturers and Contracting Parties applying this UN Regulation, as the approval has to be accepted without further assessment of the technical items covered by the U-IWVTA issued. Contracting Parties applying this UN Regulation are not obliged to accept approvals to the limited level (L-IWVTA) but may do so at their choice. However, they have also to accept approvals issued pursuant to U-IWVTA. The UN Regulation includes the administrative obligations of the IWVTA scheme. It does not establish separate technical requirements but instead refers to the provisions of the separate UN Regulations.
10. (b) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval: Other business
WP.29/2017/54 | Explanation of UN Regulation No. 0 on the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval - questions and answers
WP.29/2017/55 | Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement - Questions and answers
GRRF-84-18 | Proposal for amendments to Schedule 4 of Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement Proposal to add a tyre example regarding approval numbering in order to account for requirements under certain tyre regulations where the number of digits of some sections in the approval number may be amended.
WP.29/2017/109 | Explanation to UN Regulation No. 0 on the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval - Questions and answers
11. Exchange of views on innovations and relevant national activities
12. Election of officers
13. (a) Other business: Highlights of the March and June 2017 sessions of WP.29
GRRF-84-07 | WP.29 session highlights for the 84th GRRF session Highlights of the 171st (March 2017) and 172nd (June 2017) sessions of the World Forum relevant to the work of GRRF.
WP.29/1131 | Report of the World Forum on its 172nd (June 2017) session
WP.29/1129 | Report of the World Forum on its 171st (March 2017) session
13. (b) Other business: Regulation No. 89
GRRF/2017/22 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 00 series of amendments to Regulation No. 89 Proposal to<ol class='alpha'><li>exempt cases where the driver has temporarily deactivated the speed limiter from the warning requirement for excess speed in in order to reduce driver distraction</li><li>introduce throttle control via adjustment of the accelerator pedal position</li><li>to correct an editorial error in paras. 5.2.5.4.2. and 21.2.5.4.2.</li></ol>
13. (c) Other business: Any other business
14. Provisional agenda for the eighty-fifth session