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UN R30 | Revision 3 (2007)
29 Mar 2007 2011-01-06 10:10:07 UTC 3 02 series of amendments | Supplement 10 02 series of amendments | Supplement 10 | Corrigendum 1 02 series of amendments | Supplement 11 02 series of amendments | Supplement 12 02 series of amendments | Supplement 12 | Corrigendum 1 02 series of amendments | Supplement 13 02 series of amendments | Supplement 14
UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 1 (2008)
15 Jan 2008 2011-01-06 10:12:47 UTC 3 1 02 series of amendments | Supplement 15
UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 2 (2010)
11 May 2010 2011-01-06 10:13:24 UTC 3 2 02 series of amendments | Supplement 16
UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 3 (2013)
14 Feb 2013 2013-02-19 14:34:10 UTC 3 3 02 series of amendments | Supplement 17 Based upon the adopted proposal: WP.29/2012/48

Proposal adopted by the GRRF to harmonize definitions and marking requirements of UN R30 with the new 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 117 and clarifying the requirements for the load/speed performance test and to cover regulatory regulatory markings for “temporary uses spare tyres”.

UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 3 | Corrigendum 1 (2014)
27 Aug 2014 2014-08-28 09:44:00 UTC 3 3 1 Erratum by the secretariat
UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 4 (2017)
23 Feb 2017 2017-02-24 14:49:41 UTC 3 4 02 series of amendments | Supplement 18 Based upon the adopted proposal: WP.29/2016/51

Proposal to

  • amend the tyre dimensional requirements,
  • amend the requirements for the load/speed performance test,
  • align definitions and content with the other tyre regulations (UN Regulations Nos. 117, 54, 75 etc.),
  • include a definition of “manufacturer” extracted from the resolution R.E.3,
  • adopt a common definition and use of the terms “Manufacturer’s name”, “Brand name”, “Trademark”, “Trade description” and “Commercial name” and their links, and
  • add information in the certificate to enable approval authorities to more easily understand the products the certificate addresses.

UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 5 (2018)
26 Apr 2018 2018-04-30 14:20:58 UTC 3 5 02 series of amendments | Supplement 19 Based upon the adopted proposal: WP.29/2017/105

Proposal to correct paragraph number references due to the recent renumbering of definitions.

UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 6 (2018)
2 Nov 2018 2019-03-21 15:26:55 UTC 3 6 02 series of amendments | Supplement 20 Based upon the adopted proposal: WP.29/2018/10

Proposal for editorial improvements, including to update a cross-reference in paragraph 3.4. to read “3.1.2” pursuant to the earlier division of paragraph 3.1 into separate paragraphs 3.1.1. and 3.1.2.

UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 7 (2020)
17 Jan 2020 2021-02-02 10:09:06 UTC 3 7 02 series of amendments | Supplement 21 Based upon the adopted proposal: WP.29/2019/50

Proposal to introduce a definition for “Extended Mobility Tyre” based on a new “minimum requirement” performance test procedure with the relevant pictogram to be used to properly distinguish such tyres and to ensure that that P-type tyres can be distinguished from non-P-type tyres.

UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 8 (2021)
2 Feb 2021 2021-02-25 15:31:17 UTC 3 8 02 series of amendments | Supplement 22 Based upon the adopted proposal: WP.29/2020/72

Proposal to align definitions across tyre regulations and align the regulations with technological progress, correct an editorial error, and clarify that the ply rating is not applicable to T-type temporary use tyres.

UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 9 (2021)
26 Nov 2021 2022-03-20 18:31:29 UTC 3 9 02 series of amendments | Supplement 23 Based upon the adopted proposal: WP.29/2021/2

Proposal for amendments that allows for tyre marking methods other than moulding.

UN R30 | Revision 3 | Amendment 10 (2022)
21 Feb 2022 2022-03-20 18:33:36 UTC 3 10 02 series of amendments | Supplement 24 Based upon the adopted proposal: WP.29/2021/75

Proposal to amend the extended mobility tyre (EMT) symbol following the detection of dimensional inconsistencies within the International Organization for Standardization Working Group (ISO) TC31/SC3/WG19, where the dimension “0,33h” was judged wrong and constituting an unnecessary over constraint and to amend the inflation value to be used for the tyre conditioning when assessing the “flat tyre running mode” of “run flat tyres” and of “extended mobility tyres”.

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