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Thursday, 17 August 2017 (Week 33)
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1. UN R1 Headlamps (R2/HS1) Headlamps (R2 and/or HS1) Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicle headlamps emitting an asymmetical passing beam and/or a driving beam and equipped with filament lamps of Category R2 [and] Uniform provisions concerning the approval of incandescent electric lamps for headlamps emitting an asymmetrical passing beam or a driving beam or both The regulatory texts for UNECE Regulations 1 and 2 have been consolidated within this rule. Headlamps (R2/HS1) Headlamps (R2 and/or HS1) UN Regulation No. 1 UN R1
2. UN R3 Retro-reflecting Devices Retro-reflecting Devices Uniform provisions concerning the approval of retro-reflecting devices for power-driven vehicles and their trailers Retro-reflecting Devices Retro-reflecting Devices UN Regulation No. 3 UN R3
3. UN R4 Rear Plate Lighting Illumination of rear-registration plates of motor vehicles and their trailers Uniform provisions for the approval of devices for the illumination of rear registration plates of motor vehicles (except motor cycles)and their trailers Rear Plate Lighting Illumination of rear-registration plates of motor vehicles and their trailers UN Regulation No. 4 UN R4
4. UN R5 European SB Tractor Headlamps Sealed Beam European Headlamps for Tractors Uniform provisions concerning the approval of power-driven vehicle's sealed-beam headlamps (SB) emitting a European asymmetrical passing beam or a driving beam or both. This regulation has been "frozen" by the Working Party on Lighting and Light-signalling Equipment (GRE) and is no longer subject to further development. European SB Tractor Headlamps Sealed Beam European Headlamps for Tractors UN Regulation No. 5 UN R5
5. UN R6 Direction Indicators Direction Indicators Uniform provisions concerning the approval of direction indicators for power-driven vehicles and their trailers <p>UNECE R6 establishes technical and administrative criteria for the approval of driver-operated devices that signal a driver's intention to change the direction in which his or her vehicle is proceeding.</p> <p>The regulation applies solely to "fixed-position flashing light devices whose flashing is obtained by the intermittent supply of electric current to the lamp".</p> Direction Indicators Direction Indicators UN Regulation No. 6 UN R6
6. UN R7 Position, stop and end-outline lamps Position, Stop and End-outline Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerncing the Approval of Front and Rear Position (Side) Lamps, Stop-Lamps and End-Outline Marker Lamps for Motor Vehicles (Except Motor Cycles)and their Trailers Position, stop and end-outline lamps Position, Stop and End-outline Lamps UN Regulation No. 7 UN R7
7. UN R8 Halogen Headlamps Halogen Headlamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Vehicle Headlamps Emitting an Asymmetrical Passing Beam or a Driving Beam or Both and Equipped with Halogen Filament Lamps (H1, H2, H3, HB3, HB4, H7, H8, H9, HIR1, HIR2 and/or H11) This Regulation applies to motor vehicle headlamps which may incorporate lenses of glass or plastic material. Halogen Headlamps Halogen Headlamps UN Regulation No. 8 UN R8
8. UN R9 Three-Wheeled Cycle Noise Three-Wheeled Cycle Noise Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Category L2, L4 and L5 Vehicles with Regard to Noise Three-Wheeled Cycle Noise Three-Wheeled Cycle Noise UN Regulation No. 9 UN R9
9. UN R10 Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Compatibility Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to electromagnetic compatibility Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Compatibility UN Regulation No. 10 UN R10
10. UN R11 Door Latches Door Latches and Door Retention Components Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with Regard to Door Latches and Door Retention Components Canada unilaterally accepts door latches type-approved under UN R11. Door Latches Door Latches and Door Retention Components UN Regulation No. 11 UN R11
11. UN R12 Steering Mechanism Steering Mechanism Impact Protection Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with Regard to the Protection of the Driver Against the Steering Mechanism in the Event of Impact Steering Mechanism Steering Mechanism Impact Protection UN Regulation No. 12 UN R12
12. UN R13 Heavy-Duty Braking Heavy-Duty Vehicle Braking Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles of Categories M, N and O with regard to Braking Heavy-Duty Braking Heavy-Duty Vehicle Braking UN Regulation No. 13 UN R13
13. UN R13-H Light Vehicle Braking Light-Duty Vehicle Braking Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Passenger Cars with regard to Braking Light Vehicle Braking Light-Duty Vehicle Braking UN Regulation No. 13-H UN R13-H
14. UN R14 Safety-Belt/ISOFIX Anchorages Safety-Belt and ISOFIX Anchorages Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to Safety-belt Anchorages, ISOFIX Anchorages Systems and ISOFIX Top Tether Anchorages Safety-Belt/ISOFIX Anchorages Safety-Belt and ISOFIX Anchorages UN Regulation No. 14 UN R14
15. UN R15 Emission of Gaseous Pollutants Emission of Gaseous Pollutants (Obsolete) Obsolete: See UNECE Regulation 84. This rule has been superseded by UN Regulation 84 and is noted solely for reference. Emission of Gaseous Pollutants Emission of Gaseous Pollutants (Obsolete) UN Regulation No. 15 UN R15
16. UN R16 Safety belt systems Safety belts and related systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Safety-belts, Restraint Systems, Child Restraint Systems and ISOFIX Child Restraint Systems for Occupants of Power-driven Vehicles II. Vehicles Equipped with Safety-belts, Safety-belt Reminders, Restraint Systems, Child Restraint Systems and ISOFIX Child Restraint Systems Safety belt systems Safety belts and related systems UN Regulation No. 16 UN R16
17. UN R17 Strength of Seats Strength of Seats, Anchorages, and Head Restraints Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Seats, their Anchorages and any Head Restraints This Regulation applies to:<ol style="list-style-type:lower-alpha"><li>Vehicles of categories M1 and N with regard to the strength of seats and their anchorages and with regard to their head restraints;</li><li>Vehicles of categories M2 and M3 with regard to seats not covered by Regulation No. 80, in respect of the strength of seats and their anchorages, and in respect of their head restraints;</li><li>Vehicles of category M1 with regard to the design of the rear parts of seat backs and the design of devices intended to protect the occupants from the danger resulting from the displacement of luggage in a frontal impact.</li></ol><p>It does not apply to vehicles with regard to side-facing or rearward-facing seats, or to any head restraint fitted to these seats.</p> Strength of Seats Strength of Seats, Anchorages, and Head Restraints UN Regulation No. 17 UN R17
18. UN R18 Unauthorized Vehicle Use Protection of Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Vehicles with regard to their Protection Against Unauthorized Use Unauthorized Vehicle Use Protection of Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use UN Regulation No. 18 UN R18
19. UN R19 Front Fog Lamps Front Fog Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Power-driven Vehicle Front Fog Lamps <p>UN R19 applies to front fog lamps, including lenses of glass or plastic, and covers two distinct classes.</p> <p>Class "B" has been updated to incorporate the angular coordinate system with an amendment to the values in the relevant photometric table. With this class, only light sources specified in UNECE R37 are allowed.</p> <p>Class "F3" is designed to increase photometric performance. The beam width and the minimum luminous intensities below the H-H line have been increased while controls on the maximum intensity in the foreground are introduced. Above the H-H line, the intensity of the veiling light is reduced to improve visibility. Additionally this class may provide adaptive beam patterns where the performance is varied according to the visibility conditions.</p> <p>The introduction of the class "F3" provides for requirements that are amended to be similar to those of a headlamp.</p> <p>Canada unilaterally accepts front fog lamps type-approved under UN R19 Front Fog Lamps Front Fog Lamps UN Regulation No. 19 UN R19
20. UN R20 Headlamps (H4) H4 Halogen Headlamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Vehicle Headlamps Emitting an Asymmetrical Passing Beam or a Driving Beam or Both and Equipped with Halogen Filament Lamps (H4 Lamps) This Regulation applies to motor vehicle headlamps which may incorporate lenses of glass or plastic material. Canada unilaterally accepts headlamps type-approved under UN R20. Headlamps (H4) H4 Halogen Headlamps UN Regulation No. 20 UN R20
21. UN R21 Interior Fittings Interior Fittings Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to their Interior Fittings Interior Fittings Interior Fittings UN Regulation No. 21 UN R21
22. UN R22 Helmets Helmets and Visors Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Protective Helmets and their Visors for Drivers and Passengers of Motor Cycles and Mopeds Helmets Helmets and Visors UN Regulation No. 22 UN R22
23. UN R23 Reversing Lights Reversing Lights Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Reversing Lights for Power-driven Vehicles and their Trailers Reversing Lights Reversing Lights UN Regulation No. 23 UN R23
24. UN R24 Diesel Engine Emissions C.I. Engine Emissions and Net Power Uniform Provisions Concerning: I. The Approval of Compression Ignition (C.I.) Engines with regard to the Emission of Visible Pollutants; II. The Approval of Motor Vehicles with regard to the Installation of C.I. Engines of an Approved Type; III. The Approval of Motor Vehicles Equipped with C.I. Engines with regard to the Emission of Visible Pollutantns by the Engine; IV. The Measurement of Power of C.I. Engine Diesel Engine Emissions C.I. Engine Emissions and Net Power UN Regulation No. 24 UN R24
25. UN R25 Head Restraints Head Restraints Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Head Restraints (Headrests), Whether or Not Incorporated in Vehicle Seats Head Restraints Head Restraints UN Regulation No. 25 UN R25
26. UN R26 External Projections External Projections of Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to their External Projections External Projections External Projections of Vehicles UN Regulation No. 26 UN R26
27. UN R27 Warning Triangles Advance Warning Triangles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Advance-Warning Triangles This Regulation applies to certain advance-warning devices intended to be on board vehicles and to be placed on the carriageway in order to signal, by day and at night, the presence of a halted vehicle. Warning Triangles Advance Warning Triangles UN Regulation No. 27 UN R27
28. UN R28 Audible Warning Devices Audible Warning Devices and Signals Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Audible Warning Devices and of Motor Vehicles with regard to their Audible Signals Audible Warning Devices Audible Warning Devices and Signals UN Regulation No. 28 UN R28
29. UN R29 Commercial Vehicle Cabs Commercial Vehicle Cab Occupant Protection Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Protection of the Occupants of the Cab of a Commercial Vehicles Commercial Vehicle Cabs Commercial Vehicle Cab Occupant Protection UN Regulation No. 29 UN R29
30. UN R30 Pneumatic Tires Pneumatic Tires Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Pneumatic Tyres for Motor Vehicles and their Trailers This rule applies primarily, but not exclusively, to tires for use on passenger cars and their trailers. Pneumatic Tires Pneumatic Tires UN Regulation No. 30 UN R30
31. UN R31 Halogen SB Headlamps Sealed Beam European Headlamps for Motor Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Power-driven Vehcile's Halogen Sealed-Beam Headlamps (HSB) Emitting a European Asymmetrical Passing Beam or a Driving Beam or Both Halogen SB Headlamps Sealed Beam European Headlamps for Motor Vehicles UN Regulation No. 31 UN R31
32. UN R32 Rear-End Collision Protection Vehicle Behavior in Rear-End Collisions Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Behavior of the Structure of the Impacted Vehicle in a Rear-end Collision Rear-End Collision Protection Vehicle Behavior in Rear-End Collisions UN Regulation No. 32 UN R32
33. UN R33 Head-On Collision Protection Vehicle Behavior in Head-On Collisions Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Behavior of the Structure of the Impacted Vehicle in a Head-On Collision Head-On Collision Protection Vehicle Behavior in Head-On Collisions UN Regulation No. 33 UN R33
34. UN R34 Fuel Tanks Prevention of Fire Risks Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Prevention of Fire Risks Fuel Tanks Prevention of Fire Risks UN Regulation No. 34 UN R34
35. UN R35 Foot Controls Arrangement of Foot Controls Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Arrangement of Foot Controls Foot Controls Arrangement of Foot Controls UN Regulation No. 35 UN R35
36. UN R36 Bus Construction Construction of Large Passenger Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Large Passenger Vehicles with regard to their General Construction Bus Construction Construction of Large Passenger Vehicles UN Regulation No. 36 UN R36
37. UN R37 Filament Lamps Filament Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Filament Lamps for Use in Approved Lamp Units of Power-driven Vehicles and of their Trailers UNECE R37 specifies technical and administrative requirements for the approval of a wide range of filament lamps (shown in Annex 1 of the regulation) that are intended for use in approved lamp units of power-driven vehicles and of their trailers. Filament Lamps Filament Lamps UN Regulation No. 37 UN R37
38. UN R38 Rear Fog Lamps Rear Fog Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Rear Fog Lamps for Power-driven Vehicles and their Trailers Rear Fog Lamps Rear Fog Lamps UN Regulation No. 38 UN R38
39. UN R39 Speedometer Equipment Speedometer Equipment Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Speedometer Equipment Including its Installation Speedometer Equipment Speedometer Equipment UN Regulation No. 39 UN R39
40. UN R40 Motorcycle Emissions Emission of Gaseous Pollutants by Motorcycles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Cycles Equipped with a Positive-Ignition Engine with regard to the Emission of Gaseous Pollutants by the Engine Motorcycle Emissions Emission of Gaseous Pollutants by Motorcycles UN Regulation No. 40 UN R40
41. UN R41 Motorcycle Noise Motorcycle Noise Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Cycles with regard to Noise The proposal for the 04 series of amendments, adopted at the June 2011 Forum session, will be posted as Revision 2 to the regulation pursuant to the completion of administrative formalities. Motorcycle Noise Motorcycle Noise UN Regulation No. 41 UN R41
42. UN R42 Front and Rear Protection Front and Rear Protective Devices Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to their Front and Rear Protective Devices (Bumpers, etc.) Front and Rear Protection Front and Rear Protective Devices UN Regulation No. 42 UN R42
43. UN R43 Safety Glazing Safety Glazing Materials Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Safety Glazing Materials and their Installation on Vehicles Safety Glazing Safety Glazing Materials UN Regulation No. 43 UN R43
44. UN R44 Child Restraint Systems Child Restraint Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Restraining Devices for Child Occupants of Power-driven Vehicles ("Child Restraint System") Child Restraint Systems Child Restraint Systems UN Regulation No. 44 UN R44
45. UN R45 Headlamp Cleaners Headlamp Cleaners Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Headlamp Cleaners and of Power-driven Vehicles with regard to Headlamp Cleaners Headlamp Cleaners Headlamp Cleaners UN Regulation No. 45 UN R45
46. UN R46 Indirect Vision Indirect Vision Devices Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Devices for Indirect Vision and of Motor Vehicles with regard to the Installation of these Devices Indirect Vision Indirect Vision Devices UN Regulation No. 46 UN R46
47. UN R47 Moped Emissions Moped Emissions Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Mopeds Equipped with a Positive-Ignition Engine with regard to the Emission of Gaseous Pollutants by the Engine Moped Emissions Moped Emissions UN Regulation No. 47 UN R47
48. UN R48 Installation of Lighting Installation of Lighting and Lighting-Signalling Equipment Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Installation of Lighting and Light-signalling Devices Regulation No. 48 establishes minimum requirements for lighting equipment towards ensuring satisfactory levels of traffic safety, including such areas as adequate forward illumination, limits on headlamp glare, luminosity of signalling lamps, etc. The regulations considers the installation and functioning of lighting equipment as a whole to ensure compatible performance across all types of equipment and devices (headlamps, signalling lamps, markers lamps, etc.). Installation of Lighting Installation of Lighting and Lighting-Signalling Equipment UN Regulation No. 48 UN R48
49. UN R49 Diesel/CNG/LNG Engine Emissions Diesel and CNG/LNG Engine Emissions Uniform provisions concerning the measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression-ignition engines and positive ignition engines for use in vehicles Diesel/CNG/LNG Engine Emissions Diesel and CNG/LNG Engine Emissions UN Regulation No. 49 UN R49
50. UN R50 Motorcycle Lamps Position and Indicator Lamps for Motorcycles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Front Position Lamps, Rear Position Lamps, Stop Lamps, Direction Indicators and Rear-Registration Plate Illuminating Devices for Vehicles of Category L Motorcycle Lamps Position and Indicator Lamps for Motorcycles UN Regulation No. 50 UN R50
51. UN R51 Vehicle Noise Vehicle Noise Emissions Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Vehicles having at least Four Wheels with regard to their Noise Emissions Vehicle Noise Vehicle Noise Emissions UN Regulation No. 51 UN R51
52. UN R52 Small Bus Construction Construction of Small Capacity Buses Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of M2 and M3 Small Capacity Vehicles with regard to their General Construction Small Bus Construction Construction of Small Capacity Buses UN Regulation No. 52 UN R52
53. UN R53 Motorcycle Lighting Installation of Motorcycle Lighting Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Category L3 Vehicles with regard to the Installation of Lighting and Light-signalling Devices Motorcycle Lighting Installation of Motorcycle Lighting UN Regulation No. 53 UN R53
54. UN R54 CV Tires Commercial Vehicle Tires Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Pneumatic Tyres for Commercial Vehicles and their Trailers CV Tires Commercial Vehicle Tires UN Regulation No. 54 UN R54
55. UN R55 Mechanical Couplings Mechanical Coupling Components Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Mechanical Coupling Components of Combinations of Vehicles Mechanical Couplings Mechanical Coupling Components UN Regulation No. 55 UN R55
56. UN R56 Moped Headlamps Moped Headlamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Headlamps for Mopeds and Vehicles Treated as Such Moped Headlamps Moped Headlamps UN Regulation No. 56 UN R56
57. UN R57 Motorcycle Headlamps Motorcycle Headlamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Headlamps for Motor Cycles and Vehicles Treated as Such Motorcycle Headlamps Motorcycle Headlamps UN Regulation No. 57 UN R57
58. UN R58 Rear Underrun Protection Devices Rear Underrun Protection Devices Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Rear Underrun Protective Devices (RUPDS) II. Vehicles with regard to the Installation of an RUPD of an Approved Type III. Vehicles with regard to their Rear Underrun Protection (RUP) Rear Underrun Protection Devices Rear Underrun Protection Devices UN Regulation No. 58 UN R58
59. UN R59 Replacement Silencing Systems Replacement Silencing Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Replacement Silencing Systems Replacement Silencing Systems Replacement Silencing Systems UN Regulation No. 59 UN R59
60. UN R60 Motorcycle Controls Motorcycle Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Two-Wheeled Motor Cycles and Mopeds with regard to Driver-Operated Controls Including the Identification of Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators Motorcycle Controls Motorcycle Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators UN Regulation No. 60 UN R60
61. UN R61 CV External Projections Commercial Vehicle External Projections Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Commercial Vehicles with regard to their External Projections Forward of the Cab's Rear Panel CV External Projections Commercial Vehicle External Projections UN Regulation No. 61 UN R61
62. UN R62 Handlebar Vehicle Unauthorized Use Protection Against Unauthorized Use of Vehicles with Handlebars Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Power-driven Vehicles with Handlebars with regard to their Protection Against Unauthorized Use Handlebar Vehicle Unauthorized Use Protection Against Unauthorized Use of Vehicles with Handlebars UN Regulation No. 62 UN R62
63. UN R63 Moped Noise Two-wheeled Moped Noise Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Two-wheeled Mopeds with regard to Noise Moped Noise Two-wheeled Moped Noise UN Regulation No. 63 UN R63
64. UN R64 Spare Tires Temporary-use Tires "Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their equipment which may include: a temporary- use spare unit, run-flat tyres. Spare Tires Temporary-use Tires UN Regulation No. 64 UN R64
65. UN R65 Special Warning Lamps Special Warning Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Special Warning Lamps for Motor Vehicles Special Warning Lamps Special Warning Lamps UN Regulation No. 65 UN R65
66. UN R66 Coach Superstructure Strength Superstructure Strength of Large Passenger Vehicles Unfirom Technical Prescriptions Concerning the Approval of Large Passenger Vehicles with regard to the Strength of their Superstructure Coach Superstructure Strength Superstructure Strength of Large Passenger Vehicles UN Regulation No. 66 UN R66
67. UN R67 LPG Equipment Liquefied Petroleum Gas Equipment Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Specific Equipment of Motor Vehicles Using Liquefied Petroleum Gases in their Propulsion System II. A Vehicle Fitted with Specific Equipment for the Use of Liquefied Petroleum Gases in its Propulsion System with regard to the Installation of such Equipment LPG Equipment Liquefied Petroleum Gas Equipment UN Regulation No. 67 UN R67
68. UN R68 Maximum Speed Measurement Measurement of Maximum Vehicle Speed Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Power-driven Vehicles Including Pure Electric Vehicles with regard to the Measurement of the Maximum Speed Maximum Speed Measurement Measurement of Maximum Vehicle Speed UN Regulation No. 68 UN R68
69. UN R69 Slow Vehicle Marking Plates Rear Marking Plates for Slow-moving Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Rear Marking Plates for Slow-moving Vehicles (by Construction) and their Trailers Slow Vehicle Marking Plates Rear Marking Plates for Slow-moving Vehicles UN Regulation No. 69 UN R69
70. UN R70 Long Vehicle Marking Plates Rear Marking Plates for Heavy and Long Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Rear Marking Plates for Heavy and Long Vehicles Long Vehicle Marking Plates Rear Marking Plates for Heavy and Long Vehicles UN Regulation No. 70 UN R70
71. UN R71 Tractor Driver's Field of Vision Agricultural Tractor Driver's Field of Vision Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Agricultural Tractors with regard to the Driver's Field of Vision Tractor Driver's Field of Vision Agricultural Tractor Driver's Field of Vision UN Regulation No. 71 UN R71
72. UN R72 Motorcycle Halogen Headlamps Halogen Headlamps for Motorcycles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Cycle Headlamps Emitting an Asymmetrical Passing Beam and a Driving Beam Equipped with Halogen Lamps (HS1 Lamps) Motorcycle Halogen Headlamps Halogen Headlamps for Motorcycles UN Regulation No. 72 UN R72
73. UN R73 CV Lateral Protection Commercial Vehicle Lateral Protection Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Goods Vehicles, Trailers and Semi-Trailers with regard to their Lateral Protection CV Lateral Protection Commercial Vehicle Lateral Protection UN Regulation No. 73 UN R73
74. UN R74 Moped Lighting Moped Lighting Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Category L1 Vehicles with regard to the Installation of Lighting and Light-signalling Devices Moped Lighting Moped Lighting UN Regulation No. 74 UN R74
75. UN R75 Motorcycle Tires Motorcycle and Moped Tires Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Pneumatic Tyres for Motor Cycles and Mopeds Motorcycle Tires Motorcycle and Moped Tires UN Regulation No. 75 UN R75
76. UN R76 Moped Driving/Passing Headlamps Moped Driving/Passing Beam Headlamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Headlamps for Mopeds Emitting a Driving Beam and a Passing Beam Moped Driving/Passing Headlamps Moped Driving/Passing Beam Headlamps UN Regulation No. 76 UN R76
77. UN R77 Parking Lamps Parking Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Parking Lamps for Power-driven Vehicles Parking Lamps Parking Lamps UN Regulation No. 77 UN R77
78. UN R78 Motorcycle Braking Motorcycle and Moped Braking Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles of Categories L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5 with regard to Braking Motorcycle Braking Motorcycle and Moped Braking UN Regulation No. 78 UN R78
79. UN R79 Steering Equipment Steering Equipment Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to Steering Equipment Steering Equipment Steering Equipment UN Regulation No. 79 UN R79
80. UN R80 Coach Seat Strength Seat Strength and Seat Anchorages for Large Passenger Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Seats of Large Passenger Vehicles and of these Vehicles with regard to the Strength of the Seats and their Anchorages Coach Seat Strength Seat Strength and Seat Anchorages for Large Passenger Vehicles UN Regulation No. 80 UN R80
81. UN R81 Motorcycle/Moped Mirrors Motorcycle and Moped Rear-view Mirrors Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Rear-view Mirrors of Two-wheeled Power-driven Vehicles With or Without Side Car, with regard to the Mounting of Rear-view Mirrors on Handlebars Motorcycle/Moped Mirrors Motorcycle and Moped Rear-view Mirrors UN Regulation No. 81 UN R81
82. UN R82 Moped Halogen Headlamps Halogen Headlamps for Mopeds Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Moped Headlamps Equipped with Filament Halogen Lamps (HS2) Moped Halogen Headlamps Halogen Headlamps for Mopeds UN Regulation No. 82 UN R82
83. UN R83 Motor Vehicle Emissions Motor Vehicle Emissions Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Emission of Pollutants According to Engine Fuel Requirements Together with R49, Regulation 83 addresses vehicle emissions. R83 covers emissions from all light vehicles (M1/N1) regardless of engine type and from heavier vehicles only if equipped with a gasoline engine. Under certain circumstances, R83 or R49 can apply to light vehicle CNG/LPG engines as well as to medium passenger and commercial vehicles (M2/N2) equipped with diesel engines. R83 also contains provisions specific to hybrid variations of the vehicles under its purview. Motor Vehicle Emissions Motor Vehicle Emissions UN Regulation No. 83 UN R83
84. UN R84 Fuel Consumption Measurement Measurement of Passenger Car Fuel Consumption Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to the emission of pollutants according to engine fuel requirements Fuel Consumption Measurement Measurement of Passenger Car Fuel Consumption UN Regulation No. 84 UN R84
85. UN R85 Net Power Measurement Power Measurement of Internal Combustion Engines and Electric Motors Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Internal Combustion Engines or Electric Drive Trains Intended for the Propulsion of Motor Vehicles of Categories M and N with regard to the Measurement of the Net Power and the Maximum 30 Minutes Power of Electric Drive Trains Net Power Measurement Power Measurement of Internal Combustion Engines and Electric Motors UN Regulation No. 85 UN R85
86. UN R86 Tractor Lighting Installation of Lighting and Lighting-Signalling Equipment on Tractors Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Agricultural or Forestry Tractors with regard to the Installation of Lighting and Light-signalling Devices Tractor Lighting Installation of Lighting and Lighting-Signalling Equipment on Tractors UN Regulation No. 86 UN R86
87. UN R87 Daytime Running Lamps Daytime Running Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Daytime Running Lamps for Power-driven Vehicles Daytime Running Lamps Daytime Running Lamps UN Regulation No. 87 UN R87
88. UN R88 Moped Retro-reflective Tires Retro-reflective Tires for Two-wheeled Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Retro-reflective Tyres for Two-wheeled Vehicles Moped Retro-reflective Tires Retro-reflective Tires for Two-wheeled Vehicles UN Regulation No. 88 UN R88
89. UN R89 Speed Limitation Devices Speed Limitation Devices Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of:<br> I. Vehicles with regard to Limitation of their Maximum Speed<br> II. Vehicles with regard to the Installation of a Speed Limitation Device (SLD) of an Approved Type III. Speed Limitation Devices (SLD) Speed Limitation Devices Speed Limitation Devices UN Regulation No. 89 UN R89
90. UN R90 Replacement Brake Components Replacement Brake Linings, Discs, and Drums Uniform provisions concerning the approval of replacement brake lining assemblies, drum brake linings and discs and drums for power-driven vehicles and their trailers <p>UNECE R90, covering key replacement components for brakes, is closely tied to UNECE R13/R13-H and R78 governing brake systems for commercial/passenger vehicles and motorcycles, respectively. The drum-brake lining provisions apply specifically to medium and heavy vehicles and trailers.</p> <p>While this rule addresses situations specific to replacement brake linings, these products may alternatively be approved through UNECE R13/13-H or R78. Consequently, products approved under the above rules do not require subsequent reapproval under UNECE R90 for use in vehicle maintenance.</p> <p>However, such brake components that have not been approved under UNECE R13 or R78 and which are intended for vehicles approved under those rules must comply with UNECE R90.</p> Replacement Brake Components Replacement Brake Linings, Discs, and Drums UN Regulation No. 90 UN R90
91. UN R91 Side-Marker Lamps Side-Marker Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Side-Marker Lamps for Motor Vehicles and their Trailers Side-Marker Lamps Side-Marker Lamps UN Regulation No. 91 UN R91
92. UN R92 Motorcycle RESS Replacement Exhaust Silencing Systems for Motorcycles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Non-Original Replacement Exhaust Silencing Systems (RESS) for Motorcycles, Mopeds and Three-wheeled Vehicles Motorcycle RESS Replacement Exhaust Silencing Systems for Motorcycles UN Regulation No. 92 UN R92
93. UN R93 Front Underrun Protection Front Underrun Protection Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of:<br> I. Front Underrun Protective Devices (FUPD) II. Vehicles with regard to the Installation of an FUPD of an Approved Type III. Vehicles with regard to their Front Underrun Protection (FUP) Front Underrun Protection Front Underrun Protection UN Regulation No. 93 UN R93
94. UN R94 Frontal Collision Protection Occupant Protection in Frontal Collisions Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Protection of the Occupants in the Event of a Frontal Collision Frontal Collision Protection Occupant Protection in Frontal Collisions UN Regulation No. 94 UN R94
95. UN R95 Lateral Collision Protection Occupant Protection in Lateral Collisions Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Protection of the Occupants in the Event of a Lateral Collision This regulation applies to the lateral collision behavior of the structure of the passenger compartment of M1 and N1 categories of vehicles where the "R" point of the lowest seat is not more than 700 mm from ground level when the unladen vehicle plus 100 kg (i.e., the mass of a side impact dummy plus instrumentation) is at rest. Lateral Collision Protection Occupant Protection in Lateral Collisions UN Regulation No. 95 UN R95
96. UN R96 NRMM Emissions Tractor and NRMM Engine Emissions Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Compression-Ignition (C.I.) Engines to be Installed in Agricultural and Forestry Tractors and in Non-Road Mobile Machinery with regard to the Emissions of Pollutants by the Engine NRMM Emissions Tractor and NRMM Engine Emissions UN Regulation No. 96 UN R96
97. UN R97 Vehicle Alarms Vehicle Alarm Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicle Alarm Systems (VAS) and of Motor Vehicles with regard to their Alarm Systems (AS) Vehicle Alarms Vehicle Alarm Systems UN Regulation No. 97 UN R97
98. UN R98 Gas-discharge-light Headlamps Headlamps Equipped with Gas-discharge Light Sources Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Vehicle Headlamps Equipped with Gas-discharge Light Sources Gas-discharge-light Headlamps Headlamps Equipped with Gas-discharge Light Sources UN Regulation No. 98 UN R98
99. UN R99 Gas-discharge Light Sources Gas-discharge Light Sources Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Gas-discharge Light Sources for use in Approved Gas-discharge Lamp Units of Power-driven Vehicles Gas-discharge Light Sources Gas-discharge Light Sources UN Regulation No. 99 UN R99
100. UN R100 Electric Powertrain Vehicles Construction and Safety of Electric Powertrains Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to specific requirements for the electric power train Electric Powertrain Vehicles Construction and Safety of Electric Powertrains UN Regulation No. 100 UN R100
101. UN R101 CO2 Emissions/Fuel Consumption Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Fuel/Energy Consumption Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Passenger Cars Powered by an Internal Combustion Engine Only, or Powered by a Hybrid Electric Power Train with Regard to the Measurement of the Emission of Carbon Dioxide and Fuel Consumption and/or the Measurement of Electric Energy Consumption and Electric Range, and of Categories M1 and N1 Vehicles Powered by an Electric Power Train Only with Regard to the Measurement of Electric Energy Consumption and Electric Range CO2 Emissions/Fuel Consumption Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Fuel/Energy Consumption UN Regulation No. 101 UN R101
102. UN R102 Close-Coupling Devices Close-Coupling Devices Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. A Close-Coupling Device (CCD) II. Vehicles with regard to the Fitting of an Approved Type of CCD Close-Coupling Devices Close-Coupling Devices UN Regulation No. 102 UN R102
103. UN R103 Replacement Catalytic Converters Replacement Catalytic Converters Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Replacement Catalytic Converters for Power-driven Vehicles Replacement Catalytic Converters Replacement Catalytic Converters UN Regulation No. 103 UN R103
104. UN R104 Retro-reflective Markings Retro-reflective Markings Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Retro-reflective Markings for Vehicles of Category M, N and O Retro-reflective Markings Retro-reflective Markings UN Regulation No. 104 UN R104
105. UN R105 ADR Vehicles Construction of Vehicles for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles Intended for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods with regard to their Specific Constructional Features ADR Vehicles Construction of Vehicles for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods UN Regulation No. 105 UN R105
106. UN R106 Agricultural Tires Tires for Agricultural Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Pneumatic Tyres for Agricultural Vehicles and their Trailers Agricultural Tires Tires for Agricultural Vehicles UN Regulation No. 106 UN R106
107. UN R107 Coach and Bus Construction Construction of Coaches and Buses Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Category M2 or M3 Vehicles with regard to their General Construction <p>UNECE R107 covers the approval of single-deck, double-deck, rigid or articulated vehicles, with the exception of certain special-use vehicles such as ambulances, school buses, prison buses, etc.</p> <p>The regulation also lays out special requirements for other special-use buses and vans such as mobile libraries.</p> Coach and Bus Construction Construction of Coaches and Buses UN Regulation No. 107 UN R107
108. UN R108 Retreaded Tires Retreaded Tires for Motor Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval for the Production of Retreaded Pneumatic Tyres for Motor Vehicles and their Trailers Retreaded Tires Retreaded Tires for Motor Vehicles UN Regulation No. 108 UN R108
109. UN R109 CV Retreaded Tires Retreaded Tires for Commercial Vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval for the Production of Retreaded Pneumatic Tyres for Commercial Vehicles and their Trailers CV Retreaded Tires Retreaded Tires for Commercial Vehicles UN Regulation No. 109 UN R109
110. UN R110 CNG/LNG System Components Compressed and Liquefied Natural Gas System Components Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Specific components of motor vehicles using compressed natural gas (CNG) and/or liquefied natural gas (LNG) in their propulsion system; II. Vehicles with regard to the installation of specific components of an approved type for the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) and/or liquefied natural gas (LNG) in their propulsion system. CNG/LNG System Components Compressed and Liquefied Natural Gas System Components UN Regulation No. 110 UN R110
111. UN R111 Tank Vehicle Stability Tank Vehicle Rollover Stability Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Tank Vehicles of Categories N and O with regard to Rollover Stability Tank Vehicle Stability Tank Vehicle Rollover Stability UN Regulation No. 111 UN R111
112. UN R112 Asymmetrical Beam Headlamps Headlamps Emitting an Asymmetrical Passing Beam Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Vehicle Headlamps Emitting an Asymmetrical Passing Beam or a Driving Beam or Both and Equipped with Filament Lamps and/or Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Modules Asymmetrical Beam Headlamps Headlamps Emitting an Asymmetrical Passing Beam UN Regulation No. 112 UN R112
113. UN R113 Symmetrical Headlamps Symmetrical Beam Headlamps of Filament, Gas-discharge, or LED Type Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Vehicle Headlamps Emitting a Symmetrical Passing Beam or a Driving Beam or Both and Equipped with Filament, Gas-discharge light sources or LED Modules Symmetrical Headlamps Symmetrical Beam Headlamps of Filament, Gas-discharge, or LED Type UN Regulation No. 113 UN R113
114. UN R114 Replacement Airbags Replacement Airbag Modules Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. An Airbag Module for a Replacement Airbag System; II. A Replacement Steering Wheel Equipped with an Airbag Module of an Approved Type; III. A Replacement Airbag System Other than that Installed in a Steering Wheel Replacement Airbags Replacement Airbag Modules UN Regulation No. 114 UN R114
115. UN R115 LPG/CNG Retrofit Systems Liquefied Petroleum and Compressed Natural Gas Retrofit Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I Specific LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gases) Retrofit Systems to be Installed in Motor Vehicles for the Use of LPG in their propulsion system II. Specific CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) Retrofit Systems to be Installed in Motor Vehicles for the Use of CNG in their propulsion system LPG/CNG Retrofit Systems Liquefied Petroleum and Compressed Natural Gas Retrofit Systems UN Regulation No. 115 UN R115
116. UN R116 Anti-theft and Alarm Systems Protection of Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use Uniform Provisions Concerning the Protection of Motor Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use Anti-theft and Alarm Systems Protection of Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use UN Regulation No. 116 UN R116
117. UN R117 Tire Noise, Wet Adhesion, and Rolling Resistance Tire Rolling Sound Emissions, Adhesion on Wet Surfaces, and Rolling Resistance Uniform provisions concerning the approval of tyres with regard to rolling sound emissions and/or to adhesion on wet surfaces and/or to rolling resistance Tire Noise, Wet Adhesion, and Rolling Resistance Tire Rolling Sound Emissions, Adhesion on Wet Surfaces, and Rolling Resistance UN Regulation No. 117 UN R117
118. UN R118 Material Burning Behavior Burning Behavior of Interior Materials Uniform Technical Prescriptions Concerning the Burning Behaviour of Materials Used in the Interior Construction of Certain Categories of Motor Vehicles Material Burning Behavior Burning Behavior of Interior Materials UN Regulation No. 118 UN R118
119. UN R119 Cornering Lamps Cornering Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Cornering Lamps for Power-driven Vehicles The proposal for a corrigendum to the 01 series of amendments, adopted at the March 2011 Forum session, will be integrated and published as Revision 1 to the regulation following completion of the administrative formalities. Cornering Lamps Cornering Lamps UN Regulation No. 119 UN R119
120. UN R120 NRMM Net Power/Fuel Consumption Measurement of Net Power and Fuel Consumption of Tractors and Non-Road Mobile Machinery Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Internal Combustion Engines to be Installed in Agricultural and Forestry Tractors and in Non-Road Mobile Machinery, with regard to the Measurement of the Net Power, Net Torque, and Specific Fuel Consumption NRMM Net Power/Fuel Consumption Measurement of Net Power and Fuel Consumption of Tractors and Non-Road Mobile Machinery UN Regulation No. 120 UN R120
121. UN R121 Hand Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators Location and Identification of Hand Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Location and Identification of Hand Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators Hand Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators Location and Identification of Hand Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators UN Regulation No. 121 UN R121
122. UN R122 Heating Systems Heating Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles of Categories M, N, and O with regard to their Heating Systems Heating Systems Heating Systems UN Regulation No. 122 UN R122
123. UN R123 Adaptive Front-lighting Systems Adaptive Front-lighting Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Adaptive Front-lighting Systems (AFS) for Motor Vehicles Adaptive Front-lighting Systems Adaptive Front-lighting Systems UN Regulation No. 123 UN R123
124. UN R124 Passenger Car/Trailer Wheels Passenger Car and Trailer Wheels Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Wheels for Passenger Cars and their Trailers Passenger Car/Trailer Wheels Passenger Car and Trailer Wheels UN Regulation No. 124 UN R124
125. UN R125 Driver Forward Vision Driver Forward Field of Vision Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Motor Vehicles with regard to the Forward Field of Vision of the Motor Vehicle Driver Driver Forward Vision Driver Forward Field of Vision UN Regulation No. 125 UN R125
126. UN R126 Partitioning Systems Luggage Partitioning Systems for Passenger Protection Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Partitioning Systems to Protect Passengers Against Displaced Luggage, Supplied as Non-original Vehicle Equipment Partitioning Systems Luggage Partitioning Systems for Passenger Protection UN Regulation No. 126 UN R126
127. UN R127 Pedestrian Safety Pedestrian Safety Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to their pedestrian safety performance Pedestrian Safety Pedestrian Safety UN Regulation No. 127 UN R127
128. UN R128 LED Light Sources Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers LED Light Sources Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources UN Regulation No. 128 UN R128
129. UN R129 Enhanced Child Restraints Enhanced Child Restraint Systems Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of enhanced Child Restraint Systems used onboard of motor vehicles. The second phase in the development of this regulation by the Child Restraint Systems informal working group is underway to extend the scope of this regulation to include ISOFIX non-integral universal booster seats. Enhanced Child Restraints Enhanced Child Restraint Systems UN Regulation No. 129 UN R129
130. UN R130 Lane-departure Warning Lane Departure Warning Systems Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the Lane Departure Warning System Lane-departure Warning Lane Departure Warning Systems UN Regulation No. 130 UN R130
131. UN R131 Advanced Emergency Braking Advanced Emergency Braking Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to advanced emergency braking systems Advanced Emergency Braking Advanced Emergency Braking Systems UN Regulation No. 131 UN R131
132. UN R132 Retrofit Emissions Retrofit Emission Control Devices Uniform provisions concerning the approval of Retrofit Emission Control devices (REC) for heavy duty vehicles, agricultural and forestry tractors and non-road mobile machinery equipped with compression ignition engines WP.29 adopted the first phase text of the REC regulation at its November 2013 session. A second phase text is under consideration. Retrofit Emissions Retrofit Emission Control Devices UN Regulation No. 132 UN R132
133. UN R133 Vehicle Recyclability Light Vehicle Recyclability Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to their reusability, recyclability and recoverability Beginning in the 1990's, a number of nations began introducing legislation to regulate the treatment of end-of-life vehicles. These efforts have resulted in regulations and proposals stipulating that vehicles must be "re-usable, recyclable, and/or recoverable" to high degrees. In order to promote uniform regulations related to such vehicle design issues, the World Forum accepted a proposal by the International Association of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA) to establish a new UN Regulation concerning the recyclability of M1 and N1 vehicles. UN Regulation No. 133 was adopted by the World Forum in June 2013 and entered into force a year later. Vehicle Recyclability Light Vehicle Recyclability UN Regulation No. 133 UN R133
134. UN R134 Hydrogen Fuel Cell Safety Hydrogen fuel cell vehicle safety Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles and their components with regard to the safety- related performance of hydrogen-fuelled vehicles UN Regulation version of the HFCV Global Technical Regulation. (For information on the development of this regulation, please see the GTR No. 13: HFCV regulation pages). Hydrogen Fuel Cell Safety Hydrogen fuel cell vehicle safety UN Regulation No. 134 UN R134
135. UN R135 Pole Side Impact Pole side-impact protection Draft new Regulation No. [13X] and 01 series of amendments concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their pole side impact performance This regulation transposes Global Technical Regulation No. 14 into the type-approval system of the 1958 Agreement. The regulatory text (see the GAR pipeline) has been adopted and is undergoing the six-month waiting period before its finalization in June 2015. Pole Side Impact Pole side-impact protection UN Regulation No. 135 UN R135
136. UN R136 Electric Motorcycle Safety Electric Motorcycle Power Train Safety Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles of category L with regard to specific requirements for the electric power train This regulation (submitted as document WP.29/2015/69) was amended and adopted during the June 2015 session of the World Forum and is pending during the six-month administrative waiting period. Electric Motorcycle Safety Electric Motorcycle Power Train Safety UN Regulation No. 136 UN R136
137. UN R137 Frontal Impact ORS Restraint System in Frontal Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars in the event of a frontal collision with focus on the restraint system This regulation provides for a full-width rigid barrier frontal impact test to evaluate the performance of occupant restraint systems. Briefly, the test involves a 50 km/h impact of a vehicle equipped with a Hybrid III 50th percentile male driver and an HIII 5th percentile female front passenger. Aimed particularly at reducing injuries to the elderly, the test sets a 42 mm ThCC threshold that will be strengthened to 34 mm for the HIII 5F in 2020 (via the 01 series amendments). Frontal Impact ORS Restraint System in Frontal Impact UN Regulation No. 137 UN R137
138. UN R138 Quiet Road Transport Vehicles Quiet Road Transport Vehicles Uniform provisions concerning the approval of Quiet Road Transport Vehicles with regard to their reduced audibility (QRTV) This Regulation requires an "audible vehicle alerting system" (AVAS) to reduce the risk of collisions with vulnerable road users unable to aurally detect the presence of electrified vehicles. Quiet Road Transport Vehicles Quiet Road Transport Vehicles UN Regulation No. 138 UN R138
139. UN R139 Brake Assist Systems Brake Assist Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars with regard to brake assist systems Project to separate brake assist systems provisions from UN R13-H and into a new UN Regulation. Brake Assist Systems Brake Assist Systems UN Regulation No. 139 UN R139
140. UN R140 ESC Systems Electronic Stability Control Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars with regard to electronic stability control systems This regulation was established through the extraction of ESC provisions from UN Regulation 13-H. ESC Systems Electronic Stability Control Systems UN Regulation No. 140 UN R140
141. UN R141 Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their tyre pressure monitoring systems Program to separate tyre-pressure monitoring systems provisions from UN Regulation No. 64 on spare tyres. The primary issue is to remove provisions from UN R64 that will not be included in the initial phase of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) system. Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems UN Regulation No. 141 UN R141
142. UN R142 Tyre Installation Tyre Installation Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the installation of their tyres (tentative title pending regulation development) Tyre Installation Tyre Installation UN Regulation No. 142 UN R142
143. UN R143 HD Dual Fuel Retrofit Systems Heavy-Duty Dual Fuel Retrofit Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of Heavy Duty Dual-Fuel Engine Retrofit Systems (HDDF-ERS) to be installed on heavy duty diesel engines and vehicles HD Dual Fuel Retrofit Systems Heavy-Duty Dual Fuel Retrofit Systems UN Regulation No. 143 UN R143
1. GTR No. 1 Door Locks Door Locks and Door Retention Components WP.29/AC.3 endorsed the request for authorization to develop an amendment to prevent the accidental opening of the back door(s) of vehicles in motion at its June 2016 session. The amendment project has been turned over to GRSP for development. Door Locks Door Locks and Door Retention Components GTR No. 1 GTR No. 1
2. GTR No. 2 WMTC Motorcycle Emissions and Fuel Consumption Measurement procedure for two-wheeled motorcycles equipped with a positive or compression ignition engine with regard to the emission of gaseous pollutants, CO2 emissions and fuel consumption WMTC Motorcycle Emissions and Fuel Consumption GTR No. 2 GTR No. 2
3. GTR No. 3 Motorcycle Brakes Motorcycle Brake Systems Global Technical Regulation No. 3: Motorcycle Brake Systems WP.29/AC.3 is expected to consider a draft request for authorization to develop Amendment 3 to UN GTR No. 3 during its November 2016 session. The proposed amendment would align the GTR with the provisions for anti-lock braking systems used in other regulations. The amendment would also clarify the limits on the use of any temporary ABS deactivation switch and prohibition against permanent disabling of ABS if fitted on a motorcycle. Motorcycle Brakes Motorcycle Brake Systems GTR No. 3 GTR No. 3
4. GTR No. 4 WHDC Worldwide Heavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Certification Procedure Global Technical Regulation No. 4: Test Procedure for Compression-ignition (C.I.) Engines and Positive-ignition (P.I.) Engines Fuelled with Natural Gas (NG) or Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) with regard to the Emission of Pollutants The Informal Group on Heavy-Duty Hybrids expects to deliver its final draft amendment to GTR No.4 at the January 2014 session of GRPE. This amendment would extend GTR No. 4 to include test procedures to evaluate hybrid heavy-duty vehicles. WHDC Worldwide Heavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Certification Procedure GTR No. 4 GTR No. 4
5. GTR No. 5 OBD On-Board Diagnostic Systems Technical requirements for on-board diagnostic systems (OBD) for road vehicles OBD On-Board Diagnostic Systems GTR No. 5 GTR No. 5
6. GTR No. 6 Safety Glazing Safety Glazing Materials Safety glazing materials for motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment Safety Glazing Safety Glazing Materials GTR No. 6 GTR No. 6
7. GTR No. 7 Head Restraints Head Restraints Global Technical Regulation No. 7: Head Restraints This regulation specifies requirements for head restraints to reduce the frequency and severity of injuries caused by rearward displacement of the head (i.e. whiplash from rear-end collisions). A second phase in the development of this rule is underway to address the following: <ol><li>new headrest height requirements; <li>a dynamic test to mitigate both short and long term whiplash injuries; <li>evaluation of dummy use and injury criteria vis-à-vis biofidelity and correspondence with real world accidents.</ol> GRSP is expected to consider an informal proposal, addressing all issues, including a draft Addendum 1 to the M.R.1 at its December 2016 session. AC.3 agreed to extend the mandate of the IWG until March 2017. Head Restraints Head Restraints GTR No. 7 GTR No. 7
8. GTR No. 8 ESC Systems Electronic Stability Control Systems Electronic stability control systems This regulation applies to all passenger and commercial vehicles (categories 1-1, 1-2,and 2) with a gross vehicle mass (GVM) of <u>4,536 kilograms or less</u>. ESC Systems Electronic Stability Control Systems GTR No. 8 GTR No. 8
9. GTR No. 9 Pedestrian Safety (GTR) Pedestrian Safety Global Technical Regulation No. 9: Pedestrian Safety GRSP will resume discussion at its December 2016 session of the draft amendment to introduce the Flex PLI lower legform impactor and related test procedures into the GTR on pedestrian safety protection, including the new bumper test area specifications and IARV. GRSP will also consider a proposal from Korea to introduce a test procedure for the assessment of exterior (outer surface of the vehicle) deployable systems intended to protect pedestrians or other vulnerable road users during an accident. GRSP also expects to consider a revised proposal concerning points of contact of headform impactors at its December 2016 session. Pedestrian Safety (GTR) Pedestrian Safety GTR No. 9 GTR No. 9
10. GTR No. 10 OCE Off-Cycle Emissions Off-cycle emissions OCE Off-Cycle Emissions GTR No. 10 GTR No. 10
11. GTR No. 11 NRMM Emissions Non-Road Mobile Machinery Emissions Test procedure for compression-ignition engines to be installed in agricultural and forestry tractors and in non-road mobile machinery with regard to the emissions of pollutants by the engine NRMM Emissions Non-Road Mobile Machinery Emissions GTR No. 11 GTR No. 11
12. GTR No. 12 Motorcycle Controls Location and Identification of Motorcycle Hand Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators Global technical regulation concerning uniform provisions for location and identification of motorcycle controls, tell-tales and indicators This GTR establishes uniform criteria, especially with regard to the use of symbols, for the location, identification and operation of motorcycle controls, tell-tales and indicators. Its purpose is to reduce safety risks associated with rider distraction due to differences in the graphical representation of tell-tales and indicators from one motorcycle to another and/or due to errors in control selection resulting from such inconsistencies. Motorcycle Controls Location and Identification of Motorcycle Hand Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators GTR No. 12 GTR No. 12
13. GTR No. 13 Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Vehicles Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicle Safety Global technical regulation on hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles Pending agreement on the final WP.29 programme of work under the 1998 Agreement, regulators have agreed in principle to propose a second phase in the development of GTR No. 13. This Phase 2 would include consideration of the following:<ol class="alpha"><li>harmonization of crash test specifications,</li><li>revision of the scope to address additional vehicle categories,</li><li>refinement of test procedures and correction of errors,</li><li>material compatibility and hydrogen embrittlement,</li><li>evaluation of performance test and stress rupture proposed in Phase 1,</li><li>electric barrier enclosure and</li><li>consideration of research results reported after completion of Phase 1.</li></ol> Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Vehicles Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicle Safety GTR No. 13 GTR No. 13
14. GTR No. 14 Pole Side Impact Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) This Australian-sponsored project establishes uniform procedures for measuring the performance of passenger and commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle mass of up to 4500 kg in pole side-impact accidents. Pole Side Impact Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) GTR No. 14 GTR No. 14
15. GTR No. 15 WLTP Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure <p>This GTR prescribes a test cycle and test procedures to measure the emissions (including off-cycle) and fuel efficiency of light-duty vehicles. The GTR was adopted at the March 2014 session of the World Forum.</p> <p>A supplemental "phase 1b" is underway to refine certain elements of the initial regulation. WP.29/AC.3 expects to consider a proposal for Amend. 1 to UN GTR No. 15 in November 2016 as result of Phase 1b activities.</p> <p>A second phase is expected to address low ambient temperature, high altitude test procedures, and possibly durability and conformity issues.</p> <p>A third phase would eventually include the addition of reference fuels, correlation across existing regional/national cycles, and introduction of emissions limits.</p> WLTP Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure GTR No. 15 GTR No. 15
16. GTR No. 16 Tires Tires This project would establish a "global technical regulation concerning uniform provisions for pneumatic radial tyres for passenger and light truck (commercial) vehicles". WP.29/AC.3 is expected to consider a draft request for authorization to develop Amendment 2 to UN GTR No. 16 during its November 2016 session. This effort would develop amendments to Part II of GTR No.16:<ol class="alpha"><li>Addition of new definitions (Section 2);</li><li>Harmonization of the Load Range concept in relationship to Inflation Pressure (Section 2);</li><li>Alignment of the provisions for tyre marking and physical dimensions of PC tyres with the most recent developments in UN Regulations Nos. 30 and 54 (Sections 3.3 and 3.5);</li><li>Harmonization of FMVSS 139 requirements relative to UNECE PSI index (Sections 3.14 and 3.15);</li><li>Delection of provisions for physical dimensions of LT/C tyres based on FMVSS 139 (Section 3.20) an UN Regulation No. 54 (Section 3.21) and addition of new harmonized provisions for physical dimensions of LT/C tyres (new Section 3.20);</li><li>Deletion of provisions for high speed test for LT/C tyres based on FMVSS 139 (Section 3.19) and UN Regulation No. 54 (Section 3.16) and addition of new harmonized provisions for high speed test for LT/C tyres (new Section 3.16);</li><li>Updates of the Annexes 3 and 6 with regard to the most recent developments in UN Regulations Nos. 30 and 54.</li></ol> Other topics under this "Phase 2" development of GTR No. 16 include:<ol class="alpha"><li>Consideration of feasibility of harmonization of endurance test for LT/C tyres (Sections 3.16 and 3.17); and</li><li>Consideration of feasibility of development of provisions for global tyre marking.</li></ol> The work is being split into phases 2A and 2B with the intent to see adoption of a final text during the June or November 2018 WP.29 sessions. Tires Tires GTR No. 16 GTR No. 16
17. GTR No. 17 Motorcycle Evaporative Emissions Motorcycle crankcase and evaporative emissions Measurement procedure for two- or three-wheeled light motor vehicle equipped with a combustion engine with regard to the crankcase and evaporative emissions. Motorcycle Evaporative Emissions Motorcycle crankcase and evaporative emissions GTR No. 17 GTR No. 17
18. GTR No. 18 L-OBD Motorcycle On-Board Diagnostic Systems Project to establish a Global Technical Regulation and its homologous UN Regulation for motorcycle and moped on-board diagnostic systems. L-OBD Motorcycle On-Board Diagnostic Systems GTR No. 18 GTR No. 18
19. GTR No. 19 Evaporative emissions Motor vehicle evaporative emissions Under the Phase 2 development of GTR No. 15, the WLTP informal group began considering evaporative emissions. This resulted in the adoption of GTR 19 on Evaporative Emissions under the WLTP test cycle in June 2017. Evaporative emissions Motor vehicle evaporative emissions GTR No. 19 GTR No. 19
1. UN Rule No. 1 Environmental Protection Vehicle Inspections: Environmental Protection Uniform provisions for periodical technical inspections of wheeled vehicles with regard to the protection of the environment Requirements for inspections of medium and heavy passenger and commercial vehicles with regard primarily to exhaust and noise emissions. The World Forum has agreed to consider expanding the scope of UN Rule No. 1 to include light vehicles. Environmental Protection Vehicle Inspections: Environmental Protection UN Rule No. 1 Rule No. 1
2. UN Rule No. 2 Roadworthiness Vehicle Inspections: Roadworthiness Uniform provisions for periodical technical inspections of wheeled vehicles with regard to their roadworthiness UN Rule No. 2 establishes uniform conditions for periodical administrative procedures by which an authorized vehicle inspection center declares, after carrying out the required verifications, that the vehicle submitted conforms to safety requirements established by this Rule. This rule applies to M<sub>2</sub>, M<sub>3</sub>, N<sub>2</sub> and N<sub>3</sub> vehicles and O<sub>3</sub> and O<sub>4</sub> trailers used in international transport whose permissible maximum mass exceeds 3,500 kg, except for passenger vehicles having not more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat. Roadworthiness Vehicle Inspections: Roadworthiness UN Rule No. 2 Rule No. 2
1. 1958 Agreement 1958 Agreement Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Technical Prescriptions for Wheeled Vehicles, Equipment and Parts which can be Fitted and/or be Used on Wheeled Vehicles and the Conditions for Reciprocal Recognition of Approvals Granted on the Basis of these Prescriptions The 1958 Agreement regulates the functioning of the international system for the recognition of type approvals under UN Regulations. The Agreement specifies how regulations are to be established and how the system operates whereby an approval under a given regulation accorded by one country can be accepted by all other countries applying that regulation. The program to establish an international system for whole vehicles (as opposed to the current focus on individual vehicle components and systems) includes an important restructuring of the 1958 Agreement. Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement enters into force on 14 September 2017. 1958 Agreement 1958 Agreement United Nations Agreement 1958 Agreement
2. 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic Convention on Road Traffic The 1968 Vienna Convention covers road traffic safety regulations and as such establishes principles to govern traffic laws. One of the fundamental prinicples of the Convention has been the concept that a driver is always fully in control and responsible for the behavior of a vehicle in traffic. With the advent of automatic systems to direct the behavior of various vehicle systems such as lighting, but increasingly towards collision avoidance, this basic principle is no longer completely in concert with advanced vehicle technologies. Consequently, WP.29 has engaged in discussions with Working Party 1, which is responsible for the Convention, to address inconsistencies between the Convention and WP.29 regulations. 1968 Vienna Convention 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic United Nations Agreement 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic
3. 1997 Agreement on Periodical Technical Inspections 1997 Agreement on Periodical Technical Inspections Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Conditions for Periodical Technical Inspections of Wheeled Vehicles and the Reciprocal Recognition of such Inspections Also known as the Vienna Agreement of 1997, this agreement aims to harmonize the content and frequency of vehicle inspections across Europe. Regulations established under the 1997 Agreement are known as UN Rules. Presently, there are two UN Rules, covering environmental protection (UN Rule No. 1) and roadworthiness (UN Rule No. 2). The agreement developed out of the European Economic Commission's Regional Conference on Transport and the Environment (RCTE) and the principle instruments use that designation. 1997 Agreement 1997 Agreement on Periodical Technical Inspections United Nations Agreement 1997 Agreement on Periodical Technical Inspections
4. 1998 Global Agreement 1998 Global Agreement Agreement concerning the establishing of global technical regulations for wheeled vehicles, equipment, and parts which can be fitted and/or be used on wheeled vehicles The 1998 Global Agreement provides the framework for establishing UN Global Technical Regulations. Under the Agreement, the World Forum maintains a <a href="http://www.unece.org/trans/main/wp29/wp29wgs/wp29gen/wp29glob_candidate.html" target="_blank">Compendium of Candidates</a> listing national and/or regional regulations proposed by Contracting Parties as possible bases for the development of Global Technical Regulations. Items remain on this list for five years unless renewed by request of a Contracting Party. 1998 Agreement 1998 Global Agreement United Nations Agreement 1998 Global Agreement
5. Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3) RE3 is an overarching document to facilitate harmonization and support the development of specific UN Regulations by providing uniform terms, references, and other guidance for general use. RE3 provides the guiding principles for the various rule categories by subsystem. The Resolution, via Annex 7 (including Amendment 4), provides definitions of vehicle categories, including in some cases, particular classes of vehicles within the categories. Annex 4 includes recommendations on market fuel quality and Annex 5 contains design principles for control systems of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Consolidated Resolution RE3 Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles United Nations Agreement Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles
6. Mutual Resolution No. 2: Vehicle Propulsion System Definitions Mutual Resolution No. 2: Vehicle Propulsion System Definitions Certain UN Regulations and UN GTR, including texts under development, include terms, definitions, and classifications relating to vehicle powertrain systems (e.g., electric vehicle, fuel cell vehicle), energy storage systems (e.g., fuel tank, gas cylinder, battery), and energy converter (e.g., internal combustion engine, fuel cell, electric machine). However, the definition of these terms varies across the regulations which can lead to confusion and inconsistencies in the application of regulatory requirements. Mutual Resolution No. 2 is intended as a repository for terms, acronyms, and definitions towards ensuring their uniform use across regulations. MR 2: VPSD Mutual Resolution No. 2: Vehicle Propulsion System Definitions United Nations Agreement Mutual Resolution No. 2: Vehicle Propulsion System Definitions
7. Administrative and technical provisions required for carrying out the technical inspections Administrative and technical provisions required for carrying out the technical inspections Resolution R.E.6 on the administrative and technical provisions required for carrying out the technical inspections according to the technical prescriptions specified in Rules annexed to the 1997 Agreement RE6 Administrative and technical provisions required for carrying out the technical inspections United Nations Agreement Administrative and technical provisions required for carrying out the technical inspections
8. MR 1: Test devices Mutual Resolution No. 1: Management of Test Devices Mutual Resolution No. 1 (M.R.1) of the 1958 and the 1998 Agreements concerning the description and performance of test tools and devices necessary for the assessment of compliance of wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts according to the technical prescriptions specified in Regulations and global technical regulations MR 1: Test devices Mutual Resolution No. 1: Management of Test Devices United Nations Agreement Mutual Resolution No. 1: Management of Test Devices
9. Special Resolution No. 2 Special Resolution No. 2: 1998 Agreement Improvement Special Resolution No. 2 - Improvement in the implementation of the 1998 Global Agreement The purpose of this Special Resolution is to provide a framework with which the representatives of the World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) and other interested stakeholders can work to improve the implementation of the 1998 Global Agreement. Special Resolution No. 2 Special Resolution No. 2: 1998 Agreement Improvement United Nations Agreement Special Resolution No. 2: 1998 Agreement Improvement
10. Resolution on the common specification of light source categories Resolution on the common specification of light source categories This Resolution contains the specifications of light source categories and/or information on which light source categories are applicable or excluded for use in particular lamps. The resolution was adopted during the November 2016 WP.29 session. Resolution on light sources (RE5) Resolution on the common specification of light source categories United Nations Agreement Resolution on the common specification of light source categories
11. Special Resolution No. 1 Special Resolution No. 1 Special Resolution No. 1 Concerning the Common Definitions of Vehicle Categories, Masses and Dimensions (S.R. 1) Special Resolution No. 1 contains the definitions of common terms used in global technical regulations (GTR), including of the vehicle categories used in specifying the scope of a regulation. Special Resolution No. 1 Special Resolution No. 1 United Nations Agreement Special Resolution No. 1
1. Accident Emergency Call Systems Accident Emergency Call Systems [draft] Uniform provisions concerning the approval of emergency call devices and motor vehicles with regard to the installation of these devices. As part of various national and regional projects such as eCall in the European Union and ERA Glonass across the Eurasian Customs Union, WP.29 launched a project in June 2013 to develop test procedures and performance requirements for automatic emergency call systems and devices. The aim is to ensure that AECS and AECD function correctly, including following a collision. The test procedures include evaluation via UN R94 frontal impact tests. A comprehensive draft regulation is under review with adoption by WP.29 possibly in March 2017. Document GRSG-111-39 provides a recent overview of this program. AECS Accident Emergency Call Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Accident Emergency Call Systems
2. Alternative Method for the Assessment of EVSC Systems Alternative Method for the Assessment of EVSC Systems This effort aimed to introduce into Regulation No. 13 an alternative method to assess the vehicle stability function of heavy-duty motor vehicles through the use of simulations. AMEVSC Alternative Method for the Assessment of EVSC Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Alternative Method for the Assessment of EVSC Systems
3. Mechanical coupling components for agricultural vehicles Mechanical coupling components for agricultural vehicles Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Mechanical Coupling Components of Combinations of Agricultural Vehicles Project to establish a new UN regulation distinct from the current UN Regulation No. 55 on mechanical couplings in order to address needs specific to agricultural vehicle combinations. Agricultural vehicle couplings Mechanical coupling components for agricultural vehicles WP.29 Regulatory Project Mechanical coupling components for agricultural vehicles
4. Automated Driving and Autonomous Vehicles Automated Driving and Autonomous Vehicles To one degree or another, automated driving technologies take over functions previously assured entirely by the driver. At one level, driver assistance systems aid the driver in controlling the vehicle. However, technologies have advanced to the point where automated systems propose to replace the driver in controlling various aspects of vehicle behavior. For example, lane-keeping assistance systems propose to intervene in the steering of the vehicle in order to maintain the vehicle within a lane of travel. At the furthest point in the spectrum, autonomous vehicles propose to assume full responsibility for vehicle behavior without any driver intervention. As a result, such technologies undermine the fundamental assumption that the driver is responsible for the vehicle and thus present the regulatory community with a host of unprecedented opportunities and challenges in ensuring road safety. WP.29 has undertaken to address these issues on a global basis in order to seek uniform worldwide responses that will promote the use of these technologies while ensuring their safe introduction into road traffic. Automated Driving Automated Driving and Autonomous Vehicles WP.29 Regulatory Project Automated Driving and Autonomous Vehicles
5. Blind-spot information systems Blind-spot information systems In response to a significant number of accidents and fatalities involving cyclists and heavy vehicles, BASt has conducted research into their origins and countermeasures and concluded that blind-spot obstacle detection systems can prevent many such occurrences. Therefore, Germany intends to introduce a proposal for the mandatory fitment of blind-spot driver assistance systems in heavy trucks. In response to the BASt research, GRSG noted general support to develop a new regulation on the installation on heavy goods vehicles of driver assistance systems to avoid blind spot accidents. As a result, Germany announced its intention to submit a proposal for such a new regulation at the April 2016 GRSG session. Blind spot detection Blind-spot information systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Blind-spot information systems
6. Child Restraint Systems for Buses and Coaches Child Restraint Systems for Buses and Coaches To be determined. This issue is currently under discussion within GRSP. <p>In 2008, Spain proposed the development of a UNECE Regulation to govern the installation and use of child restraint systems in M2 and M3 category vehicles (buses and coaches).</p> <p>The installation and use of seat belts in such vehicles is mandatory in Europe under Directive 2003/20/EC. However, this directive and the related UNECE Regulations only concern adults.</p> <p>Adult safety belts are not appropriate to restrain minors with a lower height than 135 cm and a lower weight than 36 Kg. Therefore, the use of safety belts for minors is not required under current regulations.</p> <p>Moreover, UNECE R44 on child restraint systems focuses on M1 vehicles and therefore fails to address child safety on buses.</p> Bus and Coach CRS Child Restraint Systems for Buses and Coaches WP.29 Discussion Topic Child Restraint Systems for Buses and Coaches
7. Technical Inspection of Vehicles powered by Natural Gas Technical Inspection of Vehicles powered by Natural Gas Proposals for new Rule on Periodical Technical Inspections of motor vehicles using Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and/or Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in their propulsion system CNG/LNG Vehicle Inspections Technical Inspection of Vehicles powered by Natural Gas WP.29 Regulatory Project Technical Inspection of Vehicles powered by Natural Gas
8. Climate Change and Transport Climate Change and Transport Not applicable. Discussion topic only. This initiative concerns discussions on the impact of motor-vehicle transportation on global climate conditions towards informing future WP.29 deliberations. Climate Change Climate Change and Transport WP.29 Discussion Topic Climate Change and Transport
9. Vehicle Crash Compatibility Vehicle Crash Compatibility Crash Compatibility Vehicle Crash Compatibility WP.29 Discussion Topic Vehicle Crash Compatibility
10. Cruise control function Cruise control function Raised as an agenda item within GRSG, this discussion topic has yet to be defined. Cruise control Cruise control function WP.29 Discussion Topic Cruise control function
11. Cybersecurity and Data Protection Cybersecurity and Data Protection Vehicle automation and connectivity have increased concerns over vulnerability to unauthorized access to critical vehicle systems and sensitive vehicle user information. This heading has been established to pull together information on activities related to this area of cybersecurity. Cybersecurity and data protection are being addressed within WP.29 primarily under the broader Intelligent Transport Systems and Automated Driving discussions. Cybersecurity Cybersecurity and Data Protection WP.29 Regulatory Project Cybersecurity and Data Protection
12. Database for the Exchange of Type Approval Documentation Database for the Exchange of Type Approval Documentation n.a. DETA is an effort to establish an electronic database whereby regulatory authorities and other authorized users could input and access type approval documentation and related information worldwide. DETA Database for the Exchange of Type Approval Documentation WP.29 Regulatory Project Database for the Exchange of Type Approval Documentation
13. Event Data Recorders Event Data Recorders In 2015, the UK Department for Transport published a <a href="https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/driverless-cars-in-the-uk-a-regulatory-review" target="_bank">Regulatory Review around Driverless Cars</a>. This looked at whether such vehicles could be tested in the UK and which areas of legislation would need to be changed prior to everyday use of driverless cars. The Review found that event data recorders would be an essential element for the widespread use of driverless cars, given the need for a definitive record of the actions the driver and/or vehicle may or may not have taken prior to a collision. Therefore, the UK raised this topic during the May 2015 GRSG session and asked that EDR be added to the agenda for the October 2015 GRSG session. EDR Event Data Recorders WP.29 Discussion Topic Event Data Recorders
14. Environmentally Friendly Vehicles Environmentally Friendly Vehicles Not applicable. This item is part of a broad effort to address the "environmental friendliness" of motor vehicles from a "well-to-wheels" perspective. An "Environmentally Friendly Vehicles Conference" was every two years within the general framework of WP.29. Conferences were held in Tokyo (2003), Birmingham (2005), Dresden (2007), New Delhi (2009), and Baltimore(2011) before WP.29 and the EFV informal working group ended completed this effort.</p> EFV Environmentally Friendly Vehicles WP.29 Discussion Topic Environmentally Friendly Vehicles
15. ESC Malfunction Tell-tale ESC Malfunction Tell-tale Not applicable. This effort aims to harmonize the ESC malfunction tell-tale provisions between the UNECE braking regulations R13 and R13-H and GTR No. 8. <p>The proposed language aims to harmonize and improve the requirements to indicate the intervention of ESC-related systems across the main braking regulations, i.e. FMVSS 126, GTR 8, UNECE R13H and R13.</p> <p>OICA has proposed following the essence of FMVSS 126 as the clearest regulation in this respect because it indicates in that manufacturers “…may use the ESC malfunction telltale in a flashing mode to indicate operation of these ESC-related systems”.</p> ESC Malfunction Tell-tale ESC Malfunction Tell-tale WP.29 Regulatory Project ESC Malfunction Tell-tale
16. GTR on Electric Vehicle Safety GTR on Electric Vehicle Safety Electric Vehicle Safety GTR on Electric Vehicle Safety WP.29 Regulatory Project GTR on Electric Vehicle Safety
17. Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance Electric Vehicles & the Environment Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance WP.29 Regulatory Project Electric Vehicle Environmental Performance
18. Safety inspection requirements for hybrid and electric vehicles Safety inspection requirements for hybrid and electric vehicles Electrified vehicle safety PTI Safety inspection requirements for hybrid and electric vehicles WP.29 Regulatory Project Safety inspection requirements for hybrid and electric vehicles
19. Emergency Stop Signal Emergency Stop Signal Not applicable. This initiative concerns amendments to UNECE R13 and R13-H. <p>ESS would amend UNECE Regulations 13 and 13-H on heavy and light vehicle braking, respectively, to incorporate systems that automatically signal sudden hard braking of motor vehicles to following vehicles.</p> <p>Of current concern is the risk of regenerative braking systems (as used in hybrids and electric vehicles) to interfere with and/or mimic the behavior of ESS systems.</p> Emergency Stop Signal Emergency Stop Signal WP.29 Regulatory Project Emergency Stop Signal
20. Enforcement and Compliance Enforcement and Compliance n.a. This is a discussion topic within WP.29 towards informing other work of the Forum. Enforcement and Compliance Enforcement and Compliance WP.29 Discussion Topic Enforcement and Compliance
21. Fuel Quality Fuel Quality Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles: Annex 4-Recommendation on market fuel quality This program resulted in the addition of Annex 4 to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles. Fuel Quality Fuel Quality WP.29 Regulatory Project Fuel Quality
22. Fully Automated Coupling Systems Fully Automated Coupling Systems Not applicable. This project envisions amendments to UNECE R13 and R55. <p>UNECE Regulation 13 mandates the use of the standardized ISO 7638 connector for relating braking signals between a towing and a towed vehicle; however, such is not possible when using a fully automated coupling system.</p> <p>Therefore, the GRRF is pursuing amendments to UNECE R13 to establish alternative requirements to cover this situation.</p> <p>This effort will also produce a new definition for FACS under UNECE R55.</p> <p>The first phase focuses on Category N3, O3, and O4 vehicles vis-à-vis FACS.</p> <p>A second phase may address requirements for modular vehicle combinations and totally integrated vehicle combination control systems.</p> Fully Automated Couplings Fully Automated Coupling Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Fully Automated Coupling Systems
23. Marking Provisions of Global Technical Regulations Marking Provisions of Global Technical Regulations None. The World Forum has engaged in an exchange of views over the possibility of establishing a common system of product markings (mainly within the context of lighting products and tires) through the GTR process. At the November 2010 session, the Forum decided to set this item in abeyance for 2011 unless a new reason appears to reopen the discussion. At the same time, the Forum's DETA group (which is pursuing a data exchange system for type approval information) wishes to keep open the possibility for eventually including information from non-type-approval (e.g., self-certification) nations. GTR Markings Marking Provisions of Global Technical Regulations WP.29 Discussion Topic Marking Provisions of Global Technical Regulations
24. Heavy-Duty Hybrid Vehicle Emissions Heavy-Duty Hybrid Vehicle Emissions This project, as currently envisioned, would result in an amendment to Global Technical Regulation 4: Worldwide Harmonized Heavy-Duty Emissions Certification Procedure (WHDC). This effort aims to establish an amendment to Global Technical Regulation (gtr) No. 4 (WHDC) with respect to pollutant and CO2 emissions from heavy duty hybrids. The initial focus is on a Hardware-in-the-Loop (HILS) approach, which starts from the vehicle speed pattern of the WHVC vehicle cycle and simulates powertrain and vehicle components to result in a hybrid specific engine cycle for pollutant emissions and CO2 testing and measurement, and which allows using the test cell environment, data evaluation procedures and emissions calculations specified in gtr No. 4. This effort may lead to a second phase to establish a chassis dyno test procedure, as an alternative to HILS, which would involve specifying new requirements with respect to test cell environment, data evaluation procedures and emissions calculations. The informal group developing this regulatory language expects to finalize its work in March 2013 for GRPE review the following June (setting the stage for possible WP.29 adoption in November 2013 or March 2014). Heavy-duty Hybrids (HDH) Heavy-Duty Hybrid Vehicle Emissions WP.29 Regulatory Project Heavy-Duty Hybrid Vehicle Emissions
25. ISOFIX anchorages systems, ISOFIX top tether anchorages and i-Size seating positions ISOFIX anchorages systems, ISOFIX top tether anchorages and i-Size seating positions Proposal to separate ISOFIX anchorage provisions from UN Regulation No. 14 in order to facilitate implementation of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval program. ISOFIX anchorage systems ISOFIX anchorages systems, ISOFIX top tether anchorages and i-Size seating positions WP.29 Regulatory Project ISOFIX anchorages systems, ISOFIX top tether anchorages and i-Size seating positions
26. Intelligent Transport Systems Intelligent Transport Systems ITS Intelligent Transport Systems WP.29 Discussion Topic Intelligent Transport Systems
27. Vehicle Interior Noise Levels Vehicle Interior Noise Levels This topic was raised by the Russian Federation during the September 2014 GRB session. Russia explained to the GRB that a new regulation on interior noise of vehicles would come into force from January 2015 within the Eurasian Customs Union (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan). Russia urged the GRB to revisit a previous recommendation to develop in coordination with ISO a uniform test method for measuring vehicle interior noise levels. Interior Noise Vehicle Interior Noise Levels WP.29 Discussion Topic Vehicle Interior Noise Levels
28. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System To be determined. This effort aims to establish a system for mutual recognition of whole vehicle type approvals within the framework of the 1958 Agreement. Presently, the 1958 Agreement and UN Regulations focus on vehicle components and subsystems (including vehicle-level crash performance requirements), but do not extend to the approval of entire vehicles as a single product. The International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) regulation will encompass an array of UN component system regulations and permit authorities to certify a vehicle according to uniform global criteria. This certification (e.g., type approval) would then accepted by all other nations applying the IWVTA regulation. The current status of work envisions WP.29 adoption of the first phase regulation (international approval superseding some but not all national/regional requirements) by June 2017. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System WP.29 Regulatory Project International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System
29. Durability of L-category Vehicle Pollution Control Devices Durability of L-category Vehicle Pollution Control Devices Requirements for Two- and Three-wheeled Light Motor Vehicles with regard to the Durability of the Pollution Control Devices This proposed global technical regulation would supplement the three main environmental performance verification test types (i.e., I, II, and VII as envisioned for GTR No. 2 by the Informal Working Group on Environmental and Propulsion Performance Requirements of L-category vehicles (EPPR)) with procedures for verifying pollution device/system durability. This effort includes both the development of the GTR and its UN Regulation counterpart. For convenience, materials concerning both efforts are grouped here. L-vehicle Pollution Control Durability Durability of L-category Vehicle Pollution Control Devices WP.29 Regulatory Project Durability of L-category Vehicle Pollution Control Devices
30. Lane Keeping Assist Systems Lane Keeping Assist Systems Technical discussion of lane-keeping assist systems towards ascertaining whether any regulatory amendments and/or guidelines should be established. LKAS Lane Keeping Assist Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Lane Keeping Assist Systems
31. Light-Signalling Devices (LSD) Light-Signalling Devices (LSD) Program for the development of a new UN Regulation consolidating provisions for direction indicators and other light-signalling devices. Light-Signalling Devices Light-Signalling Devices (LSD) WP.29 Regulatory Project Light-Signalling Devices (LSD)
32. Lightweight Motorcycle Helmets Lightweight Motorcycle Helmets To be determined. <p>The FIA Foundation and GHVI consortium have proposed the establishment of a lightweight motorcycle standard to encourage helmet use in countries where the heavier and more expensive helmet envisioned in UNECE R22 faces significant obstacles to implementation and/or acceptance.</p> <p>The desired outcome of this effort is to provide a technically feasible standard that can be implemented in those regions that currently do not have an existing motorcycle helmet standard and do not currently possess the technical expertise to develop their own motorcycle helmet standard and motorcycle helmet standard test procedures.</p> <p>The sponsors have proposed the creation of an informal group to pursue this initiative.</p> Lightweight Helmets Lightweight Motorcycle Helmets WP.29 Discussion Topic Lightweight Motorcycle Helmets
33. Mobile Air-Conditioning Test Procedure Mobile Air-Conditioning Test Procedure Not applicable. Presently, the intention is to integrate the results of this project into UNECE R101 and Annex 4 on UNECE R83. <p>The EU is developing a Mobile Air-Conditioning test procedure (MACTP) to measure MAC energy efficiency and its impact on vehicle emissions for implementation "as soon as possible". Consequently, the Forum has established an informal group to address this effort.</p> <p>The MACTP informal group mission includes:<br> - To collaborate with the EC in the development of the procedures;<br> - To ensure that other signatories to the 1958 Agreement are aware of and can contribute to the EU work; and<br> - To ensure exchange of information with 1998 Agreement signatories, such as India, China, and in particular, the US.<br></p> <p>Once the EU completes its draft test procedure, the MACTP group would pursue its integration into UNECE R101 and Annex 4 of UNECE R83. MACTP Mobile Air-Conditioning Test Procedure WP.29 Regulatory Project Mobile Air-Conditioning Test Procedure
34. Mass Limiting Devices Mass Limiting Devices None. The proposal to consider a new regulation on mass limiting devices was rejected by the Working Party on General Safety at its 99th session in October 2010. Mass Limiting Devices Mass Limiting Devices WP.29 Discussion Topic Mass Limiting Devices
35. Category L Vehicle Hydrogen Fuel Cell Safety Category L Vehicle Hydrogen Fuel Cell Safety At the December 2016 session of GRSP, Japan announced its intention to propose a new UN Regulation on hydrogen and fuel cell motorcycles. Motorcycle HFC Safety Category L Vehicle Hydrogen Fuel Cell Safety WP.29 Discussion Topic Category L Vehicle Hydrogen Fuel Cell Safety
36. Non-Exhaust Particle Emissions Non-Exhaust Particle Emissions Wear of brake friction materials and tires are known to generate particle emissions that can impact air and water quality. The Particle Measurement Program (PMP) which previously had focused exclusively on exhaust emissions issues has been tasked to investigate non-exhaust emissions towards better understanding their dynamics and implications for public health. NEPE Non-Exhaust Particle Emissions WP.29 Discussion Topic Non-Exhaust Particle Emissions
37. Global Technical Regulation on On Board Diagnostic Systems Global Technical Regulation on On Board Diagnostic Systems OBD GTR Global Technical Regulation on On Board Diagnostic Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Global Technical Regulation on On Board Diagnostic Systems
38. Odometer equipment and its installation Odometer equipment and its installation Proposal for new uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to the odometer equipment including its installation First proposed in early 2013, Belgium raised this initiative in order to combat mileage fraud and set uniform requirements for the odometers omnipresent in motor vehicles. According to the Belgian submission, studies show that mileage fraud across the 28 million used cars registered annually in the EU costs consumers some 5-10 billion euros each year. Belgium subsequently proposed to include odometer provisions within UN Regulation No. 39. Therefore, this development program is considered closed since any activity will now take place within the context of amending UN R39. For further and up-to-date information, <a href="http://www.globalautoregs.com/rules/50">please see the UN R39 page</a>. Odometers Odometer equipment and its installation WP.29 Regulatory Project Odometer equipment and its installation
39. Particle Measurement Programme Particle Measurement Programme The Particle Measurement Programme (PMP) was established to improve the sensitivity of the Particulate Matter (PM) mass measurement system for heavy and light duty vehicle emissions. PMP developed a particle number (PN) counting method for ultrafine solid particles and enhancements to the PM measurement procedure that were incorporated into UN R83 and R49. Since 2013, PMP has focused on PN as a function of particle size (mainly on the difference between the number of particles measured with the existing PMP methodology (d50=23 nm) and with systems with lower d50s, investigating the possibility to modify the existing d50 methodology from 23 to about 10 nm. PMP Particle Measurement Programme WP.29 Regulatory Project Particle Measurement Programme
40. L-vehicle Propulsion-unit Performance Requirements L-vehicle Propulsion-unit Performance Requirements Requirements for two- and three-wheeled light motor vehicles with regard to propulsion unit performance <p>As proposed by the European Union, the aim of this Global Technical Regulation (GTR) is to provide measures to strengthen the worldwide harmonization of light vehicle approval and certification legislation in order to improve the cost effectiveness of environmental performance and propulsion unit performance testing, remove trade barriers, reduce the overall complexity of global legislation, remove potential areas of conflict or opposing requirements and improve the air quality. </p> <p>This GTR would establish harmonized test procedures to determine the propulsion unit performance characteristics of two- and three-wheeled light vehicles. The test procedures would cover:<ul><li>maximum design vehicle speed,</li><li>net torque, net power,</li><li> maximum thirty minutes power</br>(test procedure comprising a test run at a constant power over thirty minutes to determine the maximum power an electric powertrain is able to produce over a 30-minute period) and</li><li>maximum continuous rated power, switch-off distance and maximum assistance factor</br>(test procedure for light vehicles designed to pedal comprising test runs on a test bench with measurements to determine the maximum continuous rated power, the driving distance with motor assistance after stopping to pedal (switch-off distance) and the maximum ratio of motor power to rider input power (assistance factor).)</li></ul></p> PPR L-vehicle Propulsion-unit Performance Requirements WP.29 Regulatory Project L-vehicle Propulsion-unit Performance Requirements
41. Supervision of Vehicle Inspection Test Centers Supervision of Vehicle Inspection Test Centers To be determined. Proposal to establish a new UN Rule No. 5 covering requirements for periodic technical inspection test centers. During the June 2015 session of WP.29, the proposal was put on hold pending the outcome of discussions within the newly established informal working group on Periodical Technical Inspections (PTI). PTI Test Centers Supervision of Vehicle Inspection Test Centers WP.29 Regulatory Project Supervision of Vehicle Inspection Test Centers
42. Vehicle Inspection Testing Equipment Vehicle Inspection Testing Equipment To be determined. Proposal to establish a new UN Rule No. 3 covering testing equipment for periodic technical inspections. During the June 2015 session of WP.29, the proposal was put on hold pending the outcome of discussions within the newly established informal working group on Periodical Technical Inspections (PTI). PTI Testing Equipment Vehicle Inspection Testing Equipment WP.29 Regulatory Project Vehicle Inspection Testing Equipment
43. Skills and Training for Vehicle Technical Inspectors Skills and Training for Vehicle Technical Inspectors To be determined. Proposal to establish a new UN Rule No. 4 covering training and skill requirements for vehicle technical inspectors. During the June 2015 session of WP.29, the proposal was put on hold pending the outcome of discussions within the newly established informal working group on Periodical Technical Inspections (PTI). PTI Training Skills and Training for Vehicle Technical Inspectors WP.29 Regulatory Project Skills and Training for Vehicle Technical Inspectors
44. Quiet Road Transport Vehicles Quiet Road Transport Vehicles Formal title to be determined. QRTV-GTR Quiet Road Transport Vehicles WP.29 Regulatory Project Quiet Road Transport Vehicles
45. Replacement Brake Discs and Drums Replacement Brake Discs and Drums Not applicable. This initiative proposes to extend the scope of UNECE R90 to include replacement brake discs and drums. <p>The performance of a brake depends on both the brake lining and the mating surface of the disc or drum against which it rubs.</p> <p>The proposed amendments would establish minimum performance standards for replacement brake linings through Regulation No. 90 end extend its scope to establish minimum performance standards for replacement brake discs and drums for vehicles of categories M, N and O.</p> RDD Replacement Brake Discs and Drums WP.29 Regulatory Project Replacement Brake Discs and Drums
46. Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems This project aims to amend existing UN Regulations. <p>WP.29, under the Electic Safety Informal Group of the GRSP, endorsed this effort to ensure the safety of rechargeable energy storage systems (REESS) using in electric drive vehicles. The scope includes normal operation and post-crash behavior.</p> <p>The intention is to finalize language for introduction into existing UNECE regulations by March 2012.</p> REESS Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems
47. Retro-reflecting Devices Retro-reflecting Devices Project under the Simplification of Lighting Regulations program to establish a new UN Regulation consolidating all requirements for retro-reflecting devices within the new framework for managing lighting regulations. Retro-reflecting Devices Retro-reflecting Devices WP.29 Regulatory Project Retro-reflecting Devices
48. Audible Reversing Warning Systems Audible Reversing Warning Systems At the 168th WP.29 session (March 2016), Turkey proposed a new UN Regulation to establish requirements for audible alerting devices to signal other road users when a vehicle is moving in reverse at slow speeds. WP.29 referred this proposal to GRB for consideration. Reversing Warning Audible Reversing Warning Systems WP.29 Regulatory Project Audible Reversing Warning Systems
49. Road Illumination Technologies Road Illumination Technologies Road Illumination Road Illumination Technologies WP.29 Discussion Topic Road Illumination Technologies
50. Road Illumination Devices Road Illumination Devices Program for the development of a new UN Regulation consolidating provisions for forward-lighting devices design for road illumination. Road Illumination Devices Road Illumination Devices WP.29 Regulatory Project Road Illumination Devices
51. Simplification of Lighting Regulations Simplification of Lighting Regulations To be determined. Originally focused on the development of a new "horizontal reference document" as a repository of regulatory provisions common across lighting regulations, this program has evolved into a restructuring based upon light sources, lighting devices, and installation requirements. In particular, the Informal Working Group on the Simplification of Lighting Regulations is working towards the consolidation of lighting device regulations into three new regulations covering forward lighting, light signaling, and retro-reflecting devices. SLR Simplification of Lighting Regulations WP.29 Regulatory Project Simplification of Lighting Regulations
52. Side Impact Side Impact The World Forum/AC.3 has been in an exchange of views on the possibility of a global technical regulation on side impact protection. Given the efforts concerning side-impact dummy harmonization and on pole side-impact testing, the Forum decided in November 2010 to remove this issue temporarily from its agenda. Side Impact Side Impact GTR Discussion Side Impact
53. Transport for Sustainable Development Transport for Sustainable Development n.a. The United Nations is involved with numerous efforts to promote "sustainable development" globally. This topic page gathers related documents that touch on WP.29 and regulatory activities. Sustainable Development Transport for Sustainable Development WP.29 Discussion Topic Transport for Sustainable Development
54. Trailer Braking Trailer Braking Not applicable. This effort concerns amendments to UNECE R13. Trailer Braking Trailer Braking WP.29 Regulatory Project Trailer Braking
55. Vehicle Interior Air Quality Vehicle Interior Air Quality Korea raised this issue in June 2013 in response to reports of vehicle occupant headaches, dizziness, and other symptoms thought to be linked with evaporative emissions originating with the chemical compounds used in the construction of vehicle interiors. The particular concern is that the use of certain volatile organic compounds and other chemicals in adhesives and interior plastics may be generating noxious fumes, especially in hot conditions. VIAQ Vehicle Interior Air Quality WP.29 Regulatory Project Vehicle Interior Air Quality
56. Awareness of Vulnerable Road Users in Low-speed Maneuvers Awareness of Vulnerable Road Users in Low-speed Maneuvers This program aims to develop test procedures and performance requirements for a new UN Regulation for close-proximity vision and obstacle detection systems in order to reduce the risk of collision with pedestrians and other vulnerable road users when a vehicle is moving in reverse. VRU Proximity Awareness Awareness of Vulnerable Road Users in Low-speed Maneuvers WP.29 Regulatory Project Awareness of Vulnerable Road Users in Low-speed Maneuvers
57. Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure This page covers the work on transposing GTR No. 15 (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure-WLTP) into the form of a UN type-approval regulation as used under the 1958 Agreement. WLTP (UNR) Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure WP.29 Regulatory Project Light Vehicle Emissions Test Procedure
58. Harmonization of Side Impact Dummies Harmonization of Side Impact Dummies WorldSID Harmonization Harmonization of Side Impact Dummies WP.29 Discussion Topic Harmonization of Side Impact Dummies