Heereslenkberechtigungsverordnung 2013 - 2013 Hlbv

Original Language Title: Heereslenkberechtigungsverordnung 2013 - HLBV 2013

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422. Federal Minister for Defence and Sport Ordinance on the Rights of the Army (Heereslenkauthorization Ordinance 2013-HLBV 2013)

On the basis of § 22 of the German Driving Licing Act (FSG), BGBl. I n ° 120/1997, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 61/2011, is in agreement with the Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology:

table of contents

1. Main item
General

§ 1.

Scope

§ 2.

Linguistic equality

§ 3.

Definitions

§ 4.

Principle

2. Main piece
Driving training

§ 5.

Scope, types and content

§ 6.

Special provisions

3. Main piece
Driving Review

Section 1
General

§ 7.

Scope

§ 8.

Examiner

Section 2
Theoretical driving test

§ 9.

Content and expiry

§ 10.

General questions

§ 11.

Class-specific questions

Section 3
Practical driving test

§ 12.

Content and expiry

§ 13.

Test vehicles

4. Main piece
Nature, dimensions and mass of military vehicles

§ 14.

Classes

5. Main piece
Final provisions

§ 15.

Recognition of other special steering authorities

§ 16.

Transitional provisions

§ 17.

In-and out-of-power

1. Main item

General

Scope

§ 1. This Regulation lays down

1.

the training for the obtaining of the right to be used for the right of the army,

2.

the carrying out of the driving test in order to obtain the control of the army and

3.

the nature, dimensions and mass of those vehicles which may be steered by means of a control of the forces of the army.

Linguistic equality

§ 2. As far as the following personal names are mentioned only in male form, they refer to women and men in the same way. The gender-specific form is to be used in the application to certain persons.

Definitions

§ 3. (1) Army vehicles in accordance with this Regulation are motor vehicles and trailers intended for use in the field of the Federal Army or the Army Administration.

(2) Heeresdrivers under this Regulation shall be

1.

Soldiers,

2.

Militia and Reserve Andes for military and military personnel,

3.

Women who are able to use the training service, and

4.

other staff members, administrative staff and apprentices, each in the field of the military administration and the central office of the Federal Ministry of Defence and Sport,

which each have an authority to control the army, during the exercise of all the activities necessary in connection with the steering of military vehicles.

(3) Heeresfahrteachers (teachers) under this Regulation are:

1.

Teacher of Heeresfahrschulteachers and

2.

Army driving instructor.

(4) The right to teach according to this Regulation shall be the right, practical and/or theoretical, to be taught in military force training by the Federal Minister for National Defence and Sport. A certificate must be issued by the training body to indicate the classes for which classes may be taught.

Principle

§ 4. (1) The authority of the army shall be designated by an army licence or an army moped certificate and shall be entitled to the steering of army vehicles.

(2) Army vehicles may be steered only within the framework of the right of movement of the army of the respective class of:

1.

Army drivers or

2.

Members of foreign armed forces within the framework of operations to be carried out jointly with the Federal Army, exercises or training measures.

In the cases of Z 2, the right to be granted may be granted without further conditions on the basis of the steering allowances issued in accordance with the relevant national rules.

2. Main piece

Driving training

Scope, types and content

§ 5. (1) The training for the obtaining of an army steering authority comprises the theoretical and practical training of motor vehicles on non-armored, armoured and protected military vehicles. In particular, consideration shall be given to:

1.

the specific training requirements for the respective class and

2.

an existing steering authority.

(2) Training types shall be considered

1.

the briefing or

2.

the type I power train, or

3.

the type II road transport system, or

4.

the basic training of road vehicles.

The type of training is to be selected, in particular in accordance with any existing steering authorization, the right to be acquired, and the requirements of the military force driving service. An instruction or a type I or type II motor vehicle is only allowed in the case of paragraph 1 Z 2.

(3) In the framework of theoretical motor training, sufficient knowledge shall be given, in particular, to:

1.

the provisions and traffic regulations applicable to the steering of an army vehicle;

2.

the behaviour required for the safe steering of army vehicles, taking into account the technical circumstances and hazards, in particular with regard to braking distances, the characteristics of the road, the reaction capacity, the safety margin, the visibility and vehicle characteristics including cargo and

3.

the military service.

(4) In particular, training in the field of practical strength training shall be:

1.

driving on public roads,

2.

driving in the terrain,

3.

the exercises in traffic-free space and

4.

the device telephones, including the activities of the conservation of the user's material.

Special provisions

§ 6. (1) The training of motor vehicles shall be carried out exclusively by personnel who are travelling by the army. It shall be able to empower the driver of the army, in order to comply with the statutory provisions, in order to comply with the legal provisions

1.

,

2.

to operate,

3.

to wait and

4.

to care for.

In this connection, consideration should also be given to the special circumstances of an operation of the Federal Army.

(2) In the case of motor-vehicle training, consideration shall be given in particular to:

1.

Strengthening the driving skills and the sense of traffic

2.

driving at night,

3.

difficult road and terrain conditions,

4.

weather-related problems,

5.

the carrying out of team transport,

6.

load securing and

7.

the transport of dangerous goods.

3. Main piece

Driving Review

Section 1

General

Scope

§ 7. (1) The driving test shall consist of an automation-supported theoretical and a practical driving test and shall be carried out on the examination sites defined by the Federal Minister for National Defence and Sport. The practical driving test must not be accepted until the theoretical driving test has been successfully completed.

(2) The driving test shall be the basis for the expert opinion of one or more driving examiners on the professional competence for steering the vehicles for the respective class.

Examiner

§ 8. (1) The expert examiners shall be appointed by the Federal Minister for National Defence and Sport from the circle of those army driving teachers who are entitled to a corresponding right of army steering and a corresponding teaching qualification for the in each class.

(2) The examiners may only carry out driving tests for those classes for which they are appointed. You have to draw up an expert opinion on the professional competence in accordance with § 7 (2).

(3) The order for the examiner ends with its cancellation by the Federal Minister for National Defence and Sport, in particular because of

1.

lack of trustworthiness as an army driving school teacher,

2.

lack of transport reliability,

3.

Lack of professional competence,

4.

a lack of health fitness or

5.

Departure from the staff of the Federal Ministry of Defense and Sport.

Section 2

Theoretical driving test

Content and expiry

§ 9. (1) In the course of the theoretical driving test, sufficient knowledge and understanding must be demonstrated.

1.

the legal and military provisions applicable to the safe steering and operation of a military vehicle; and

2.

the technical equipment of the army vehicle and the associated possible effects on driving behaviour.

The special requirements of the respective class are to be taken into account accordingly.

(2) The theoretical driving test is computer-supported in the multiple-choice procedure, whereby the questions are to be adjusted to the specific nature of the desired class. The theoretical driving test shall consist of general and in the case of a motor-vehicle training according to § 5 para. 2 Z 3 or 4, in addition to class-specific questions for the respective class. The questions are based on the questionnaire drawn up by the Federal Minister for National Defence and Sport and in the case of road safety tests following a road-transport training pursuant to Article 5 (2) (3) and (4) on the basis of the questions of the Federal Minister of Transport, Innovation and Transport. to compile test documents issued for each candidate according to the random principle.

General questions

§ 10. The general questions, taking into account the particular type of training, have to be addressed in particular to the subject areas

1.

traffic signs,

2.

priority examples,

3.

Partnerkunde,

4.

driving capability,

5.

General driving order,

6.

Behaviour in the local area and on open-country roads,

7.

Driving technology, behaviour after road accidents,

8.

vehicle technology,

9.

Driving speed and driving in sight,

10.

Overtaking,

11.

Moving on the market,

12.

Lenker's obligations, resting traffic, documents,

13.

trailers, towing, rail crossings,

14.

Crossing,

15.

Driving in road tunnels and

16.

Heereskraftfahrdienst.

Class-specific questions

§ 11. The class-specific questions have taken into account the respective type of training and/or of the category to be acquired, in particular, to cover the subject areas

1.

the relevant traffic rules applicable to the category concerned and to the obligations of the driver;

2.

Hazard and behaviour in road transport,

3.

sufficient understanding of vehicle technology,

4.

Driving physics, loading and cargo securing,

5.

environmental and economic driving, taking into account road safety and

6.

Heereskraftfahrdienst.

Section 3

Practical driving test

Content and expiry

§ 12. (1) The practical driving test shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of the respective type of training; to include, in particular, the class to be acquired

1.

Driving in traffic,

2.

Driving in the terrain,

3.

Exercises in traffic-free space,

4.

Meetings of experienced situations and

5.

Device telephones, including the activities of the conservation of the user's material.

Driving in public road transport has-without the possession of a corresponding steering authority in accordance with § 2 FSG,-with respect to categories A1, A2, A, B and BE at least 25 minutes, with regard to categories C, C1, CE, C1E, D, D1, DE and D1E at least 45 minutes, in each case also on roads with heavy traffic.

(2) The practical part shall, in particular, determine whether the candidate is in a position to:

1.

to check whether the motor vehicle to be steered by the vehicle complies with the provisions of the law on road safety, and if the applicant is to be granted a steering authority for the classes BE, CE, C1E, DE, D1E, F, M1E, M2E, M3E and M4E, the check also applies to the vehicle. on the trailer to be drawn with the vehicle,

2.

to take the correct sitting position for the steering of the vehicle, to set the engine in motion and to operate the steering device, the braking systems and the other devices in a correct and safe way,

3.

to comply with a given direction of travel, to avoid obstacles to the vehicle, to correctly classify the vehicle, to properly overtake it, to stop quickly with the service braking system of the vehicle, to drive on gradients and gradients, to reverse it to the right to turn and to turn into parking areas,

4.

to behave in accordance with the traffic regulations and to drive them in an environmentally conscious manner; and

5.

to use the auxiliary equipment for the off-road vehicle in question in good time and in the correct order, to correctly assess off-road routes, the safest lane with the to choose the appropriate driving speed, safely ascend gradients and gradients, as well as to safely overcome ditches, mules and embankments.

In the cases of Z 1, this check shall cover, in particular, the steering device, the clutch, the braking system, the headlamps, lamps and reflectors, the tyres and the control devices used for the operation of the vehicle.

(3) During the course of the examination, the examiner shall indicate to the candidate the route to be taken in time, and shall pay particular attention to whether the candidate correctly handles the actuation devices and whether the candidate is in a position to do so. Willingness to adapt to traffic and a sufficient understanding of partners in the transport sector, as well as understanding of the various traffic situations. In particular, it is necessary to determine whether the candidate is able to comply with the regulations of the subject areas referred to in § 10 in the steering of the motor vehicle. The instructions of the examiner must be made so clear that misunderstandings or confusion are not to be expected. The examiner may only give instructions that, if the candidate and other road users behave correctly, they are likely not to be able to endanger road safety. The application of a contract to a prohibited behaviour must not be considered in the favour of the candidate.

(4) During the course of the examination, the examiner shall record his impressions of the behaviour of the candidate in a comprehensible manner. In the event of non-existence of the practical examination, the applicant shall explain the reasons for his failure to pass.

(5) In the course of the practical driving test, the examiner, in the event of doubt on the candidate's transport sensual formation, also concretely experienced situations in the field of danger teaching according to paragraph 1 Z during the test drive immediately before. 4 to discuss with the candidate and to question the right behavioural chains. If the candidate is not in a position to eliminate the doubts of the examiner in the interview, then the driving error shall be set off. This conversation should be held at a suitable location. The interruption of the test drive may not exceed five minutes and should not be credited to the required driving duration of the test drive. If no driving errors were committed during the course of the examination, which necessitates a meeting, it is possible to discontinue the discussion of the situation experienced.

Test vehicles

§ 13. Vehicles on which the practical driving test is to be taken shall be equivalent to those vehicles on which the driving training was carried out. Test vehicles shall show the nature, dimensions and mass corresponding to that class for which the driving test is to be taken.

4. Main piece

Nature, dimensions and mass of military vehicles

Classes

§ 14. (1) The rights of the army shall be granted only for the following classes or extended to the following classes:

1.

in class AM:

a)

motorcycles,

b)

four-wheel light-weight vehicles,

2.

in class A:

Motorcycles with or without sieges and three-wheel motor vehicles with a mass of not more than 400 kg;

3.

in class A1:

Motorcycles with or without a vehicle with a cylinder capacity of up to 125 cc and an engine power of not more than 11 kW;

4.

in category A2:

motorcycles and motorcycles with a passenger car with an engine power of not more than 25 kW and a ratio of power to unladen weight of not more than 0.16 kW/kg;

5.

in class B:

All-common motor vehicles, including crew transport vehicles, having a maximum authorised mass not exceeding 3 500 kg, even if a trailer is drawn with them, the maximum authorised mass of which is 1 500 kg and the sum of the total mass of the vehicles used is: maximum authorised mass of both vehicles does not exceed 5 000 kg;

6.

in class B1:

Commercial, non-standard or limited-to-stock vehicles 4 x 2 and 4 x 4 with a maximum authorised mass not exceeding 3 500 kg, even if with them a light trailer of not more than 750 kg the maximum authorised mass or a trailer whose maximum authorised mass does not exceed the mass of the traction vehicle, provided that the sum of the maximum authorised masses of both vehicles does not exceed 3 500 kg;

7.

in class C:

Motor vehicles, including crew transport vehicles, in which the maximum authorised mass is more than 7 500 kg and which does not fall within the category D or D1, even if, together with them, a trailer has up to a maximum authorised mass of No more than 2 300 kg is drawn;

8.

in class C1:

Motor vehicles, including crew transport vehicles, in which the maximum authorised mass is more than 3 500 kg but not more than 7 500 kg, and which do not fall under category D or D1 even if they are accompanied by a trailer with a the maximum authorised mass of not more than 2 300 kg is drawn;

9.

in class D:

Motor vehicles with more than eight seats for people who are transported outside the steering wheel;

10.

in class D1:

Motor vehicles with no more than 16 seats for persons transported in addition to the steering wheel and with a maximum total length of eight metres;

11.

in class F:

Tractors having a design speed of not more than 50 km/h, agricultural self-proponent working machines and motor carts, even if they are drawn with trailers;

12.

in category M1:

protected or armoured vehicles as wheeled vehicles, even if a trailer with a maximum authorised mass of not more than 2 300 kg is drawn with them;

13.

in category M2:

Protected or armoured combat vehicles or battlefield vehicles as chain vehicles;

14.

in category M3:

Self-proponent frontier and working machinery, even if a trailer is drawn with them up to a maximum authorised mass of not more than 3 500 kg;

15.

in class M4:

Special motor vehicles which do not fall into any of the classes mentioned, even if they are used to draw a trailer up to a maximum authorised mass of not more than 3 500 kg.

(2) The towing of a trailer shall be permitted, subject to compliance with the provisions of the law on road transport, as a function of the tractor vehicle to the following extent:

1.

Class BE:

Trailers not covered by paragraph 1 Z 5;

2.

Class CE and DE:

All trailers;

3.

Class C1E:

Trailers with a maximum authorised mass of more than 2 300 kg, provided that the maximum authorised mass of the trailer does not exceed the mass of the tractor, the sum of the maximum authorised masses not exceeding 12 000 kg may exceed;

4.

Class D1E:

All trailers;

5.

Class F:

With tractors: all trailers; with motor carts: trailers up to 3 500 kg maximum permissible total mass;

6.

Class M1E:

All trailers;

7.

Class M1E:

All trailers;

8.

Class M3E:

All trailers;

9.

M4E class:

All trailers.

(3) Heeressteering authorizations shall be as follows:

1.

The control of the Army for the A2 class also includes the right to be used for the class A1,

2.

The control of the army for category A also includes the control of the Army for the class A2,

3.

The control of the army for class B also includes the right to be used for the class B1,

4.

The right to be assigned to the classes C, CE, D and DE also includes the right to be assigned to the class C1, C1E, D1 and D1E, respectively,

5.

The right to be used for classes C1 and C shall also include the right to be used for classes B and F,

6.

The Army Steering Authority for the classes C1E and CE also includes the Army Steering Authority for the class BE,

7.

The control of the army for the class CE also includes the control of the army steering for the class C1E, DE, D1E, M1E, M2E, M3E and M4E, if the handlebar has the right to control the vehicle for the respective towing vehicle,

8.

the Army steering authority for the class C1E also includes the control of the Army for the class D1E if the handlebar has the right to control the towing vehicle, and

9.

The control of each of the classes referred to in paragraph 1 (2) to (15) shall include the right to be used for the class AM.

(4) With regard to the dimensions of military vehicles, the provisions applicable to all other motor vehicles shall, in principle, be applied.

5. Main piece

Final provisions

Recognition of other special steering authorities

§ 15. (1) Due to organizational measures, federal staff from other departments are transferred to the Federal Ministry of Defence and Sport and require the necessary service in the area of the Federal Ministry of Defence and Sport. Federal Ministry of Defence and Sport for the steering of military vehicles, unless otherwise specified by law, special statements issued in other departments for the steering of motor vehicles shall be deemed to have been issued. Eligibility for the relevant vehicle category within the meaning of this Regulation shall be recognised as soon as the holders of such special documents have demonstrated the knowledge required for the military service.

(2) Paragraph 1 shall apply until the expiry of three months after the effective date of the respective organisational measure.

Transitional provisions

§ 16. According to the ordinance of the Federal Minister for National Defense, the Federal Ministry of Defence (HLBV), Federal Law Gazette (HLBV), BGBl. II No 336/1997, are to be transferred as follows and in each case correspond to:

1.

the army moped card becomes class AM for the army steering authority,

2.

The vehicle class A is to be used in class A for the control of the issue of the army,

3.

the Army steering authority of the vehicle class AL becomes class A2 of the Army steering authority,

4.

the Army steering authority Vehicle subclass B2 becomes class B of the Army Steering Authority,

5.

The Army steering authority Vehicle subclass B1 becomes class B1 of the Heeressteering authority,

6.

The vehicle subclass CM or CS or CT shall become the class C of the Army,

7.

The vehicle class D vehicle class D becomes class D of the Army,

8.

The vehicle subclass F1 becomes the Army steering authority of class F,

9.

the Army steering authority Vehicle subclass G3 (restricted to the PzTypes "MTPzUN" or "SanPzRad" or "Dingo2") becomes the category M1, with appropriate type restriction,

10.

the Army steering authority Vehicle subclass CM on Type IVECO becomes the Army steering authority Class C and Class M1-IVECO,

11.

the Heereslenkauthorization vehicle subclass G3 (restricted to other Pztypes listed in Z 9) becomes the Army steering authority class M2 with the corresponding type restriction,

12.

The vehicle subclasses G2 or F2 are to be used in class M3 for the control of the army,

13.

The Army steering authority Vehicle subclass G1 becomes the Army steering authority Class M4,

14.

the vehicle class E vehicle class E with vehicle subclass B2 becomes the class BE for the issue of the army,

15.

Vehicle class E vehicle class E with vehicle subclass CM or CS or C, and vehicle class E with vehicle class D, shall be defined as class CE or C1E or DE or D1E,

16.

Vehicle class E with vehicle subclass G3 (restricted to the PzTypes "MTPzUN" or "SanPzRad" or "Dingo2") becomes class M1E, with corresponding type restriction, to the control of the Army,

17.

Vehicle class E vehicle class E with vehicle subclass G3 (restricted to other Pztypes listed in Z 16) becomes the Army steering authority class M2E with a corresponding type restriction,

18.

the vehicle class E vehicle class E with vehicle subclass F2 or G2 becomes the power steering authority class M3E and the vehicle class E is a vehicle class E with a vehicle subclass

19.

The vehicle class E vehicle class E with vehicle subclass G1 is used for the power steering authority M4E.

In-and out-of-power

§ 17. (1) This Regulation shall enter into force 1. Jänner 2013 in force.

(2) With the expiry of 31 December 2012, the Federal Minister for National Defence of the Federal Republic of Germany (BGBl) shall enter into force with the Federal Minister for Defence of the Land (HLBV). II No 336/1997, except for force.

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