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5. 6.13.5. 48 as amended by the 04 series of amendments. 12.10. 45. , and which contribute to the class C (basic) passing beam. If a Party to the Agreement applying this Regulation withdraws an approval it has previously granted, it shall forthwith so notify the other Contracting Parties applying this Regulation by means of a communication form conforming to the model in Annex 1 to this Regulation. REAR FOG LAMP. If there is a danger of dazzling other road users by the movement of the lamps, they may light up only when they have reached their position of use. The presence of partitions or other items of equipment near the front fog lamp shall not give rise to secondary effects causing discomfort to other road users.11/. 6.4.2.2. 7. 6.21.4.3.2. 6.21.7.3. In the case where a headlamp levelling device is necessary to satisfy the requirements of paragraphs 6.2.6.1.1. and 6.2.6.1.2., the device shall be automatic. Instead of using floating platforms, the same effect can be achieved by moving the vehicle backwards and forwards for at least a complete wheel revolution. à new no. White in front, red at the rear, amber if reciprocally incorporated with side –direction-indicators or side marker lamps. 12/             Traffic directions being separated by means of road construction, or, a corresponding lateral distance of opposing traffic is identified. 8.7.1. As regards your tail lamps, the test is different. However, the distance between the additional lamps and the rear of the vehicle shall not exceed 400 mm. 4.3. Two devices mandatory and two devices optional on all vehicles with a length exceeding 6,000 mm, except vehicles of category M. =       45° to right and to left if there is only one device. The light shall be a flashing light flashing 90 ± 30 times per minute. END‑OUTLINE MARKER LAMP (Regulation No. Administered by: Infrastructure and Transport, CONCERNING THE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM TECHNICAL PRESCRIPTIONS, 03 series of amendments - Date of entry into force: 10 October 2006, Supplement 1 to the 04 series of amendments, Date of entry into force:  15 October 2008. of tyres near their point of contact with the ground, and of connections for tyre‑pressure gauges; 2.14.6.             of service-door lighting systems on vehicles of categories M. any assembly of two independent lamps, whether identical or not, having the same function, both approved as type "D" lamp and installed so that: An approval number shall be assigned to each type approved. Presence (see figure below). 13/             This provision does not apply for passing beam lighting when bend lighting is produced for a right turn in right hand traffic (left turn in left-hand traffic). The cumulative horizontal length of the conspicuity marking elements, as mounted on the vehicle, shall equate to at least 80 per cent of the overall width of the vehicle, excluding any horizontal overlap of individual elements. 7.2.3.2. 3). 9/. Electrical connections:  No specific requirements. The daytime running lamps shall be switched ON automatically when the device which starts and/or stops the engine is in a position which makes it possible for the engine to operate. All the lamps of the emergency stop signal shall flash in phase at a frequency of 4.0 ± 1.0 Hz. 7.3.3. "Red" means the chromaticity coordinates (x,y) 3/ of the light emitted that lie inside the chromaticity areas defined by the boundaries: (its linear extension across the purple range of colours between the red and the blue extremities of the spectral locus). 6.1.7. For all other categories of vehicles:  For S1 or S2 categories devices the distance in between the inner edges of the apparent surfaces in the direction of the reference axes shall be not less than 600 mm. Arrangement "A" shall apply to all motor vehicles. Front end outline marker lamps are optional on trailers that do not have permanent structure covering the top of the load carrying compartment and on trailers equipped with load carrying compartment capable of tilting in relation to the rest of the vehicle to load or unload material. "Line marking" means a conspicuity marking intended to indicate the horizontal dimensions (length and width) of a vehicle by a continuous line. "Ballast" means an electronic light source control gear between supply and light source to stabilise the electrical current of a gas-discharge light source; 2.7.1.2.2. 2.3. "Front fog lamp" means a lamp used to improve the illumination of the road ahead of the vehicle in case of fog or any similar condition of reduced visibility. In width:  that point on the apparent surface in the direction of the reference axis which is farthest from the vehicle's median longitudinal plane shall not be more than 400 mm from the extreme outer edge of the vehicle. 6.9.9. The height of the light-emitting surface of the side direction-indicator lamps of categories 5 or 6 must not be: less than:                     350 mm for M1 and N1 category of vehicles, and 500 mm for all other categories of vehicles, both measured from the lowest point; and. As specified in paragraph 6.5.6. or 6.7.6. on the basis of national regulations. Required on ‘Semi-trailers’ irrespective of ‘Overall Width’ or Total Length’. 4.2. 13 and 13-H. 6.7.7.2. The leveling device may also be used to automatically adapt the inclination of the front fog beam in relation to the prevailing ambient conditions, provided that the limits for the downward inclination specified in paragraph 6.3.6.1.2.2. are not exceeded. When the rear registration plate lamp is combined with the rear position lamp, reciprocally incorporated in the stop lamp or in the rear fog lamp, the photometric characteristics of the rear registration plate lamp may be modified during the illumination of the stop lamp or the rear fog lamp. 7). 8.4.1.4. I can't find the answer anywhere else. In width no individual specifications. 12.9. 1.3.2.1. Stated initial inclination. No sharp variation of intensity shall be observed during transition. The application for the vehicle type‑approval shall, in this case, contain information as to which of the two alternatives is to be used. If it exists, its function must be carried out by the tell-tale required for the front and rear position lamps. Penalties for non‑conformity of production........................................................................ 86, 10. ....... 1. An AFS shall be permitted only in conjunction with the installation of headlamp cleaning device(s) according to Regulation No. Annex 1              Communication concerning the approval or refusal or extension or withdrawal of approval or production definitely discontinued of a vehicle type with regard to the installation of lighting and light signalling devices pursuant to Regulation no. 6.3.6.2.5. 6.4.4.1. 6.9.7. 3). 4.1. Other means are allowed to obtain a more precise reading (for example, removal of the headlamp lens). "Retro‑reflector" means a device used to indicate the presence of a vehicle by the reflection of light emanating from a light source not connected to the vehicle, the observer being situated near the source. 1 decade ago. The electrical connections must be such that the main‑beam and dipped‑beam headlamps and the front fog lamps cannot be switched on unless the lamps referred to in paragraph 5.11. are also switched on. 5.4. 2.7.1.2. In height: no individual specifications. Maximum permissible load in the boot:....................................................................................... 10.1. The presence of partitions or other items of equipment near the headlamp shall not give rise to secondary effects causing discomfort to other road users. Drawing vehicles for semi‑trailers: 2.4.1.1. "Light source" means one or more elements for visible radiation, which may be assembled with one or more transparent envelopes and with a base for mechanical and electrical connection. Except in the case where a category S3 or S4 device is installed, two optional category S1 or S2 devices may be installed on vehicles in categories M2, M3, N2, N3, O2, O3, and O4. In height:  above the ground, not less than 250 mm nor more than 1,500 mm (2,100 mm if the shape of the bodywork makes it impossible to keep within 1,500 mm). the inner edges of the apparent surfaces in the direction of the reference axes shall be not less than 600 mm apart. The vertical angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5° in the case of a retro‑reflector less than 750 mm above the ground. Additional lamps. For category N3G (off-road) vehicles, the maximum height may be increased to 1,200 mm. 3.1. FRONT POSITION LAMP. Section 3             Application for approval, Section 7             Modifications and extensions of the approval of the vehicle type or of the installation of its lighting and light‑signalling devices, Section 9             Penalties for non-conformity of production, Section 10           Production definitely discontinued, Section 11           Names and addresses of technical services responsible for conducting approval tests, and of administrative departments, Section 12           Transitional provisions. 12.6. The emergency stop signal shall be given by the simultaneous operation of all the stop or direction indicator lamps fitted as described in paragraph 6.22.7. 6.5.3. Treatment of vehicle in each loading condition. If the lighting device has no reflector, the definition of paragraph 2.9.2. shall be applied. Where the vehicle does not incorporate a headlamp levelling system, the variation in dipped‑beam inclination is identical with the variation in the inclination of the vehicle itself. 6.5.5. Mandatory:  On all vehicles the length of which exceeds 6 m, except for chassis‑cabs. Amber: however the rearmost side retro-reflector can be red if it is grouped or has part of the light emitting surface in common with the rear position lamp, the rear end-outline marker lamp, the rear fog lamp, the stop lamp or the red rearmost side-marker lamp. Optional on motor vehicles. However, the horizontal plane tangential to the lower edge of the apparent surface of a S3 or S4 categories devices shall be above the horizontal plane tangential to the upper edge of the apparent surface of S1 or S2 categories devices. 6.22.8.2. Other requirements: None, 7.2. Apr 27, 2009 #1 . In length:  at the rear of the vehicle. Circuit-closed tell‑tale optional. 7.1.4.2. If a motor vehicle is equipped to tow a trailer fitted with a service braking system of either continuous or semi-continuous type, as defined in Regulation No.13, it shall be ensured that a constant power supply is provided via the electrical connector for the stop lamps to such trailers while the service brake is applied. 6.21.4.2.3. The rear lamps, or taillights, on a motorcycle must be visible from 500 feet away. 3). THE CONTROLS FOR THE HEADLAMP‑LEVELLING DEVICES REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 6.2.6.2.2. Loading conditions for different types of vehicles: 2.1. 7.3.4.3. REAR POSITION LAMP (Regulation No. 4.3. Should the above functions be obtained by an assembly of two lamps marked "D" (see paragraph 2.16.1.) These tests will be on samples selected at random without causing distortion of the manufacturers delivery commitments. The applicant shall demonstrate with a concise description or other means acceptable to the Authority responsible for type approval: (a)     the correspondence of the AFS control signals, i)    to the description required in paragraph 3.2.6. of this Regulation and. 6.6.7.1. 6.20.4.2. If the reflector and lens are adjustable relative to one another, the mean adjustment should be used; where a lighting function is produced by two or more simultaneously operated lighting units on a given side of the vehicle, the individual illuminating surfaces, taken together, constitute the illuminating surface to be considered (for example, in the figure of paragraph 6.22.4. below, the individual illuminating surfaces of the lighting units 8, 9 and 11, regarded together and taking into account their respective location, constitute the illuminating surface to be considered for the right hand side of the vehicle). 6.22.9.2.2. 123 is optional. In the case where one S3 or S4 category lamp offset from the median longitudinal plane is permitted according to paragraph 6.7.2., this offset shall not exceed 150 mm from the median longitudinal plane to the centre of reference of the lamp. The stop lamps need not function if the device, which starts and/or stops the engine, is in a position that makes it impossible for the engine to operate. The variable intensity control is part of the lamp, or part of the vehicle, or split between the said lamp and the vehicle. Confirmation of extension or refusal of approval, specifying the alteration, shall be communicated by the procedure specified in paragraph 4.3. above to the Parties to the Agreement applying this Regulation. The angle of the light beam from the dipped‑beam headlamps must be determined under the following loading conditions: 2.2.1.               vehicle unladen and one person in the driver's seat; 2.2.2.               vehicles laden such that each axle carries its maximum technically permissible load or until the maximum permissible mass of the vehicle is attained by loading the front and rear axles proportionally to their maximum technically permissible loads, whichever occurs first. 6.22.7.4.1. 6.23.7. This may be demonstrated by the manufacturer by calculation or by other means accepted by the authority responsible for type approval. 7.2.8. */         For clarification see Annex 10. 6.5.7. Loading conditions on axles referred to in paragraphs 6.2.6.1. and 6.2.6.3.1. "Illuminating surface of a light-signalling device other than a retro-reflector" (paragraphs 2.7.11. to 2.7.15., 2.7.18., 2.7.20. and 2.7.22. to 2.7.25) means the orthogonal projection of the lamp in a plane perpendicular to its axis of reference and in contact with the exterior light-emitting surface of the lamp, this projection being bounded by the edges of screens situated in this plane, each allowing only 98 per cent of the total luminous intensity of the light to persist in the direction of the axis of reference. d, The Contracting Parties not applying Regulation No. 6.1.9.1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS. (b)     In case of a class E mode of the passing beam which, according to the system's approval documents /communication sheet, complies with a 'data set' of Table 6 of Annex 3 of Regulation No. The same Contracting Party shall not assign this number to another vehicle type or to the same vehicle type submitted with equipment not specified in the list referred to in paragraph 3.2.2. above, subject to the provisions of paragraph 7. of this Regulation. "Full contour marking" means a contour marking that indicates the outline of the vehicle by a continuous line; 2.7.17.1.2. Tail Light Laws in Connecticut: What You Should Know January 20, 2020 . For the optional pair of direction-indicator lamps on trailers, operating tell-tale shall not be mandatory. 6.2.6.2.3. It must be combined with that of the front position lamps. 6.5.4.3. 6.2.5. For the purposes of this Regulation the following are not considered as retro‑reflectors: 2.7.16.1.          retro‑reflecting number plates; 2.7.16.2.          the retro‑reflecting signals mentioned in the ADR (European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road); 2.7.16.3.          other retro-reflective plates and signals which must be used to comply with national requirements for use as regards certain categories of vehicles or certain methods of operation; 2.7.16.4.          retro-reflecting materials approved as Class D or E according to Regulation No. In the case of dipped-beam headlamps according to Regulation No. 7.1.6. 5.2. If the light emitting surface of the lamp extends over part only of the full aperture of the reflector, then the projection of that part only is taken into account. (Reference: C.N.810.2006.TREATIES-5 dated 4 October 2006). Headlamp levelling device. Session Laws by Topic (Index) ... vehicle and every vehicle that is being drawn at the end of a train of vehicles must be equipped with at least one tail lamp, exhibiting a red light plainly visible from a distance of 500 feet to the rear. 2.1. 5.2. Optional on trailers of category O1. "Front position lamp" means the lamp used to indicate the presence and the width of the vehicle when viewed from the front; 2.7.15. 3. In paragraph 6.21.1.2 of Appendix A of this standard, where it states Mandatory read Optional. In determining the above loading conditions, account must be taken of any loading restrictions laid down by the manufacturer. For rear position lamp requirements on a TA (O1) category trailer having an overall width not exceeding 980 mm, manufacturers may choose to comply with; the provisions of paragraph 6.10 of Appendix A of this standard with additional position requirements to the options in paragraph 6.10.4.1, such that the distance between the inner edges of the two apparent surfaces in the direction of the reference axis shall be not less than 180 mm; or. 6.9. It may be cancelled temporarily, but shall be repeated whenever the device, which starts and stops the engine, is switched on and off. Vehicle types which do not comply with this provision may continue to be approved until 18 months after the entry into force of Supplement 4 to the 03 series of amendments. Arrangement "B" shall apply to trailers only. TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS. This Standard is the Vehicle Standard (Australian Design Rule 13/00 – Installation of Lighting and Light Signalling Devices on other than L-Group Vehicles) 2005. Horizontal orientation. 10. 123, which allow the vehicle to be used temporarily in a territory with the opposite direction of driving than that for which approval is sought, shall be explained in detail in the owner’s manual. In width: that point on the apparent surface in the direction of the reference axis which is farthest from the vehicle's median longitudinal plane shall not be more than 400 mm from the extreme outer edge of the vehicle. 6.7.9.2. Optional on trailers over 1,600 mm to 1,800 mm wide and less than 4 metres in length. The cumulative horizontal length of the conspicuity marking elements, as mounted on the vehicle, excluding any horizontal overlap of individual elements, shall equate to at least 80 per cent of: 6.21.4.2.2.1.        for motor vehicles, the length of the vehicle excluding the cab, or in the case of tractors for semi-trailers, if fitted, the length of the cab; 6.21.4.2.2.2.        for trailers, the length of the vehicle (excluding the drawbar). The S3 or S4 category device may not be reciprocally incorporated with any other lamp. Every trailer shall have either a tail lamp or separate lamp that illuminates the rear license plate with a white light from a distance of at least 50 feet. If a power‑driven vehicle is equipped to draw a trailer the hazard warning signal control shall also be capable of bringing the direction‑indicator lamps on the trailer into action. 6.16.4.1. Note:  Notwithstanding the drawing, the apparent surface is to be considered as tangent to the light‑emitting surface. 7/              Nothing in this Regulation shall preclude the Contracting Parties applying this Regulation from allowing the use of white conspicuity markings to the rear in their territories. A light source may also be constituted by the extreme outlet of a light-guide, as part of a distributed lighting or light-signalling system not having a built-in outer lens; 2.7.1.1.1. 6.22.9.4. 6.21.1.3.2.       partial or full contour marking may be applied instead of mandatory line markings, and full contour marking may be applied instead of mandatory partial contour marking. The "apparent surface" for a defined direction of observation means, at the request of the manufacturer or his duly accredited representative, the orthogonal projection of: either the boundary of the illuminating surface projected on the exterior surface of the lens (a‑b); in a plane perpendicular to the direction of observation and tangential to the most exterior point of the lens (see Annex 3 to  this Regulation). 7.1.3. "Equivalent lamps" means lamps having the same function and authorized in the country in which the vehicle is registered; such lamps may have different characteristics from those installed on the vehicle when it is approved on condition that they satisfy the requirements of this Regulation; 2.7.3. 6.12.4.1. The distance between the conspicuity marking fitted to the rear of a vehicle and each mandatory stop lamp should be greater than 200 mm. and for dipped-beam headlamps (paragraph 6.2.) Any method may be used to measure variations of inclination provided that the readings are accurate to within ± 0.2 mrad (± 0.02 per cent inclination). The initial downward inclination of the cut‑off of the dipped beam shall be set to the plated figure as required and shown in Annex 7. 8.6.5. 13 and 13-H is no longer provided or if the hazard warning signal is activated. 6.21.4.1.2. 48 as amended by the 04 series of amendments. 98, the gas-discharge light sources shall remain switched on during the main-beam operation. 5.4.1. Electrical connections. 6.9.4.3. Anonymous. CORNERING LAMP (Regulation No. 6.22.6.2.1. These lamps are optional on trailers if the maximum achievable separation in height from front position lamps would be less than or equal to 1.5 m. 8.6.3. The Competent Authority issuing the extension of approval shall assign a series number for such an extension and inform thereof the other Parties to the 1958 Agreement applying this Regulation by means of a communication form conforming to the model in Annex 1 to this Regulation. "Partial contour marking" means a contour marking that indicates the horizontal dimension of the vehicle by a continuous line, and the vertical dimension by marking the upper corners. NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF TECHNICAL SERVICES RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDUCTING APPROVAL TESTS AND OF ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS. Reversing lamps :                                              yes/no 2/........................................................... 9.5. 12. 5.14.3. Vertical angles: 15° above and below the horizontal for direction-indicator lamps of categories 1, 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b and 5. Optional on all other vehicles. In the event of failure, other than short‑circuit, of one direction indicator lamp, the others must continue to flash, but the frequency in this condition may be different from that prescribed. Devices of S1 or S2 categories :         mandatory on all categories of vehicles. It serves as a reference value for the assessment of variations in beam inclination as the load varies. REAR RETRO‑REFLECTOR, NON‑TRIANGULAR. But he said stopping a vehicle is a seizure under the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Geometric visibility. This requirement shall not apply, however, to main-beam or dipped-beam headlamps when their luminous warnings  consist of the intermittent lighting up at short intervals of the main-beam headlamp or the intermittent lighting up at short intervals of the dipped-beam headlamp or the alternate lighting up at short intervals of the main-beam and dipped beam headlamps. 5.8.1. That field of the solid angle is determined by the segments of the sphere of which the centre coincides with the centre of reference of the lamp and the equator is parallel with the ground. 45° outwards and 30° inwards if there are two. Such that the rules for longitudinal positioning are complied with. The visibility of the illuminating surface, including its visibility in areas which do not appear to be illuminated in the direction of observation considered, must be ensured within a divergent space defined by generating lines based on the perimeter of the illuminating surface and forming an angle of not less than 5° with the axis of reference of the headlamp. This condition is deemed to have been met when the point on the apparent surface in the direction of the reference axis which is farthest from the vehicle's median longitudinal plane is not more than 400 mm from the extreme outer edge of the vehicle. Vehicle preparation. In length:  not further than 1,000 mm from the front. To be considered visible, the lamp must provide an unobstructed view of the apparent surface of at least 12.5 square centimetres, except for side direction-indicators of categories 5 and 6. Operating tell-tale mandatory for direction indicator lamps of categories 1, 1a, 1b, 2a and 2b. 6.2.4.1. 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