Modification Of The Motor Vehicles Act Regulation (57. Amendment To The Kdv 1967) 1967

Original Language Title: Änderung der Kraftfahrgesetz-Durchführungsverordnung 1967 (57. Novelle zur KDV 1967)

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432. Regulation of the Federal Minister of Transport, Innovation and Technology, which amalgles the Act Implementing the Force Act 1967 (57). Novelle to the KDV 1967)

Due to the Kraftfahrgesetz 1967, BGBl. No. 267, as last amended by the Federal Law, BGBl. I No 116/2010, shall be arranged:

The law on force driving-Implementing Regulation 1967, BGBl. No 399, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 458/2010, shall be amended as follows:

1. § 8b (3) reads:

" (3) The confirmation of the manufacturer or his authorised representative in the authorisation state in accordance with paragraph 2 shall be valid for two years from the date of the exhibition. At the end of this period, a new confirmation shall be confirmed on the basis of a further examination of the vehicle with regard to the conformity of its noisable parts and their effects with the original, for the first-time issuing of the confirmation. To display the state of measurement. If values are measured, they may exceed the originally measured values by not more than 2 dB (A). This confirmation shall be valid for two years from the date of the examination. "

2. In Section 11 (8), the third sentence is deleted.

Article 17a (2) reads as follows:

" (2) The identification of the devices directly actuated by the handlebar, the indicator lamps and the indicator of two-or three-wheel motor vehicles shall be subject to the Annexes to Directive 2009 /80/EC, OJ No L 202, 4 August 2009, S 16, "

4. § 19b (5) reads:

Roll-over protection structures for agricultural and forestry tractors of the lof class shall be subject to the provisions of the Annexes to the relevant EC Directive.

1.

2009 /57/EC (roll-over protection structures), OJ L 206, 22.7.2009, p No. OJ L 261 of 3. October 2009, S 1,

2.

2009 /75/EC (roll-over protection system-static testing), OJ L 206, 22.7.2009, p. No. L 261, S 40,

3.

86 /298/EEC (rear-mounted roll-over protection device) as amended by Directive 2010 /22/EU, OJ L 206, 22.7.2010, p. No. OJ L 91, 10 April 2010, p. 1, or

4.

87 /402/EEC (front-mounted roll-over protection device), as amended by Directive 2010 /22/EU,

"

5. § 20a (1) (2) is:

" 2.

Annex II to Directive 2003 /37/EC, as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU, OJ L 206, 22.7.2010, p. No. OJ L 238 of 9 September 2010, S 7, or in the '

6. § 22a (1) Z 2 lit. l is deleted.

7. In Section 22a (1), the point at the end of Z 7 shall be replaced by a line-point and the following Z 8 shall be added:

" 8.

the application of type-approved disc films. "

8. In § 27a (1), the point at the end of Z 8 shall be replaced by a dash and the following Z 9 shall be added:

" 9.

Serbia. "

9. § 27a (2) reads:

"(2) (1) shall also apply to motorcycles with the permanent location in Monaco, even if, in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, they do not have to lead to an identification mark or only to an insurance mark."

10. § 52 (10) Z 1 to 10 reads:

" 1.

Steering the provisions of Directive 2009 /66/EC, OJ L 327, 30.4.2009, p. No. OJ L 201 of 1 August 2009,

2.

Loading rites to the provisions of Annex I to Directive 2009 /60/EC, OJ L 327, 22.12.2009, p. No. OJ L 198 of 30 July 2009, p. 15, as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU,

3.

Masses and dimensions of the provisions of Directives 2009 /144/EC, OJ L 206, 22.7.2009. No. OJ No L 27, 30. Jänner 2010, S 33, in the version of Directive 2010 /62/EU, and 2009 /63/EC,

4.

connecting devices to the provisions of Directive 2009 /144/EC as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU,

5.

Free space for wheel cover the provisions of Directive 2009 /144/EC, as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU,

6.

Zapfwaves and their protective cover to the provisions of Directive 86 /297/EEC, OJ L 206, 22.7.1986, p. No. OJ L 186 of 8 July 1986, S 19, as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU,

7.

speed controller, the provisions of Directive 2009 /144/EC, as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU,

8.

Protection of drive elements, projecting parts and wheels, additional safety requirements for special applications and operating instructions, the provisions of Directive 2009 /144/EC as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU,

9.

Actuation of the trailer brakes to the provisions of Directive 2009 /144/EC, as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU,

10.

Design speed to the provisions of Annex I to Directive 2009 /60/EC, as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU, "

11. In § 52 (10), the point at the end of Z 12 shall be replaced by an accoration and the following Z 13 and Z 14 shall be added:

" 13.

Operating space, access to the driver's seat and to doors and windows to the provisions of the Annexes to Directive 80 /720/EEC, OJ L 206, 22.7.1980, p. No. OJ L 194 of 28 July 1980, S 1, as amended by Directive 2010 /62/EU,

14.

Installation, location, operation and identification of the controls to the Annexes to Directive 86 /415/EEC, OJ L 327, 28.3.1986, p. No. OJ L 240 of 26 August 1986, S 1, as amended by Directive 2010 /22/EU. "

12. § 58 para. 1 Z 2 lit. a is:

" (a)

in the case of the drawing of non-traffic

aa)

Trailer

10 km/h,

bb)

Trailers within the scope of a country or forestry operation pursuant to § 62 (4)

25 km/h

cc)

agricultural or forestry (lof) trailers-working machines

25 km/h, "

13. In § 62, the following paragraph 1 is inserted after paragraph 1:

" (1a) In the case of tractors not admitted to the market for agricultural trailers-working machines, interchangeable towed machinery or towed equipment, the values of § 54 (2) (3.30 m) shall prevail in respect of the permissible width. For a width of more than 2.55 m, the provisions of section 54 (2) of the first sentence shall apply. "

14. The title of § 63a reads as follows:

"The nature of the school vehicles"

15. The heading to § 63b reads:

"School trips to form applicants for a steering authority for category A1, A2 or A"

16. § 63b (1) reads:

"(1) school trips for the training of applicants for a steering authority for category A1, A2 or A are to be carried out on motorcycles."

17. In § 64a (3) Z 2.1.1 the expression " Class A " replaced by " Classes A1, A2 and A "

18. § 64b (3) reads:

" (3) The theoretical training for all classes of steering authorities shall be carried out in accordance with the curriculum set out in Annex 10a. Lectures are to be supplemented by presentations and exercises, in particular also on the basis of suitable viewing materials and suitable models (§ 64a para. 3). On various topics such as The speed, distance, use of the safety belts, impairment of the ability to drive or risk competence are to be presented to suitable, awareness-raising films and their contents to be discussed and worked up with the driving pupils. There are no more than four lessons per day for 50 minutes per day. The driving test must not be taken until after 14 calendar days from the start of the training, and no more lessons may be taken on the day of the driving test. If a driving student fails to provide individual units for excusable reasons, the missed teaching content can also be taught in the form of individual lessons. This can only be done in a shorter period of time (fewer teaching units), but in any case it must be recorded and justified in the records to be carried out. "

19. In § 64b paragraph 4 Z 1, the term " Class A " replaced by " Class A1 as well as classes A2 and A, each with direct entry "

Article 64b (5) reads as follows:

" (5) The practical training must be carried out by steering a motor vehicle under the supervision of an owner of a driving instructor's ID. For the training of applicants for the A1 class, additional training for the teaching of risk competence (§ 64f) has to be completed in addition to the driving instructor's ID card. The training has to be carried out

1.

in the case of category A1 and categories A2 and A, in the case of direct entry on a motorbike in accordance with the curriculum contained in Appendix 10b, not all units of instruction must be completed on a motorbike of the relevant class; The progress and skill of the person to be trained may also be used in the training for category A2, in part also for motorcycles of category A1 and for category A, in part also motorcycles of category A1 or A2,

2.

for category B, in accordance with the curriculum contained in Appendix 10c, and

3.

for categories C1, C, C1E and CE in accordance with the curriculum contained in Appendix 10g.

In any case, it has journeys in the local area with heavy traffic (urban area), journeys in fast transport (such as the motorway, Autostraße) and, for class B, also night trips. If the training is carried out for several classes simultaneously, the night travel can also be carried out in the course of the training for another class. In the case of training with motor vehicles, a driving instructor may at the same time only train a driving student. In the case of a motor vehicle, drivers may not be given more than four teaching units per day. "

21. In § 64b paragraph 6 Z 1, the expression " Class A " replaced by " Class A1 as well as classes A2 and A, each with direct entry "

22. In accordance with Section 64b (7), the following paragraph 7a is inserted:

"(7a) For more than 18 months between individual parts of the training, without further theoretical or practical training being completed, the parts previously completed may no longer be credited."

23. In accordance with § 64e, the following § 64f shall be inserted with the title:

" Additional training for the mediation of risk competence

§ 64f. (1) The additional training for the teaching of risk competence in accordance with § 64b (5) comprises eight teaching units within the scope of 50 minutes, in which the following contents are to be conveyed:

1.

Concepts for risk behaviour and skills development of young people from pedagogy, youth sociology and developmental psychology,

2.

The risk-competence model (Judgment-Judgment-decide),

3.

the importance of risk-risk development among young people for accident prevention, in particular with regard to motorcycles,

4.

methods and tools to work with young people in terms of the development of risk competence,

5.

the implementation of the knowledge acquired in the training of the driving school and the combination with other methods,

6.

Joint discussion of positions on the risk behaviour of young people.

This content is to be conveyed through the presentation of the theory, discussions and practical exercises on risk perception and on implementation in the classroom.

(2) The additional training for the teaching of risk competence may only be carried out in approved driving instructor training centres (§ 64c). Persons who have special knowledge of risk-pedagogic methods for accident prevention must be available for the specialist lecture on the teaching of risk competence. These persons shall be notified to the Governor of the State. Also in connection with the use of risk-pedagogical methods in the context of driving training, the completion of the additional training does not qualify as a specialist in the course of their implementation. "

24. In accordance with § 69 (29), the following paragraph 30 is added:

" (30) In view of the changes made by the BGBl Regulation. II No 432/2011 shall apply the following transitional arrangements:

1.

§ 11 (8), § 17a (2), § 19b (5), § 52 (10) Z 1 and Z 14, and Appendix 1, Table III, Z 4, respectively, as amended by the BGBl version. II No 432/2011 shall not apply to vehicles which have already been approved before they enter into force, but they must comply with the provisions of the previous legislation;

2.

Section 52 (10) (2) to (10) and (13), respectively, as amended by BGBl. II No 432/2011 shall apply to:

a)

Vehicles of classes T1, T2 and T3 not intended for vehicles which have already been approved before they enter into force, but which must comply with the previous regulations; such vehicles shall not be allowed after 29 September 2012. be admitted for the first time to transport;

b)

Vehicles of class T4.3 not intended for vehicles already approved before 29 September 2013, but which must comply with the previous regulations; such vehicles shall not be allowed to transport for the first time after 29 September 2016 may be authorised;

c)

Vehicles of categories T4.1, T4.2, T5, C, R and S not intended for vehicles already approved three years after the date of entry into force of the last individual Directive to be adopted, but which must comply with the previous rules; such vehicles shall be subject to the provisions of the previous Directive; Vehicles may not be allowed for the first time for the first time after six years after the date of entry into force of the last individual Directive which has yet to be adopted.

3.

Annex 5d in the version BGBl. II No 432/2011 shall not apply to the number of marks already assigned;

a)

Until 30 June 2012, registration plates must still be assigned with the previous authority designations "BA", "JU" or "KF"; as of 1 July 2012, the registration owner of a vehicle, for which a license plate with the official names "BA", "JU" or "KF", has yet to be assigned. , the possibility of assigning an identifier under Annex 5d in the BGBl version. II No 432/2011;

b)

already assigned marks with the authority designations "BA", "JU" or "KF" remain valid during an upright registration of the vehicle; in the case of an application or the assignment of another character during an upright admission are but the names of the authorities in accordance with Annex 5d in the version BGBl. II No 432/2011; exemption from registration plates with the names of the authorities "BA", "JU" or "KF" are only possible until 30 June 2012 and shall be valid until this date;

c)

You may also continue to use the "BA", "JU" or "KF" authorities with the names of the authorities in the case of an application or the assignment of a registration mark during an upright admission until the end of the right to guide this wish mark. if they are reserved until 30 June 2012; an extension of the right to guide the desired identification is only possible, provided that the time period for the application of the respective renewal request pursuant to section 48a (8a) of the KFG is still valid. until 30 June 2012, but this period ends in these cases at least with 30 June 2012;

4.

In the case of the authorities or the admissions office, in order to cover the current demand, the registration plates with the authority designations "BA", "JU" or "KF" may still be used for a period of three months after 30 June 2012 taken up and assigned to their characteristics;

5.

A conversion of the marking (§ 5 ZustV) of the relevant registration authorities and the relevant registration stamps (§ 10 ZustV) must be made by 1 July 2012 at the latest. "

25. In accordance with § 70 (12), the following paragraph 13 is added:

" (13) The amendments by the Regulation, BGBl. II No 432/2011 shall enter into force as follows:

1.

Section 52 (10) (2) to (10) and (13), respectively, as amended by BGBl. II No 432/2011 concerning

a)

vehicles of classes T1, T2 and T3, at the end of the day of the customer's event;

b)

Vehicles of class T4.3 with 29 September 2013 and

c)

Vehicles of categories T4.1, T4.2, T5, C, R and S three years after the date of entry into force of the last individual Directive to be adopted;

2.

the title of § 63b, § 63b (1), § 64a (3) Z 2.1.1, § 64b (3), Section 64b (4) (1), Section 64b (5), Section 64b (6) Z 1, Annex 10a and Annex 10b, respectively, in the version BGBl. II No 432/2011 with 19. Jänner 2013.

3.

Section 27a (1) and Annex 5d in the BGBl version. II No 432/2011 with 1. Jänner 2012. "

26. In Appendix 1, Table III, Z 4, the entry in the column " measured by ":

"2000/25/EC idF 2010 /22/EU Annex I (in g/kWh) or 97 /68/EC idF 2010 /26/EU Annex III (in g/kWh)"

27. In Appendix 1, Table III, the following Z 4.3 is inserted after Z 4.2:

" 4.3. The following values for carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides and particulates shall apply for the vehicles referred to in Z 4.1 and 4.2 (cut-off date) in each case according to (useful power):

Stage IIIB

CO

HC NOx

Particles

1.1.2013

37 to 55,9 kW

5.0

Total 4.7

0.025

1.1.2012

56 to 74,9 kW

5.0

0.19 3.3

0.025

1.1.2012

75 to 129.9 kW

5.0

0.19 3.3

0.025

1.1.2011

130 to 560 kW

3.5

0.19 2.0

0.025

Tier IV

1.10.2014

56 to 129,9 kW

5.0

0.19 0.4

0.025

1.1.2014

130 to 560 kW

3.5

0.19 0.4

0.025 "

28. In Annex 5d, Chapter VI concerning Steiermark, the authorities shall " BH. Judenburg " and " BH. Wrinkle Field " with the names "JU" and "KF" and it will be replaced by the " BH. Murtal " with the name "MT" inserted.

29. In Annex 5d, Chapter VI relating to Steiermark, no " Exp. Bad Aussee " with the name "BA" .

30. In Annex 10a, Chapter 2 of the table of contents reads as follows:

"Theoretical teaching content for the A-classes, except AM"

Appendix 10a Chapter 2 is:

" 2. Theoretical course content for the A-classes, except AM (8 teaching units)

Ab

cut

Duration

to

Minutes

Content

1

100

General

1.1

Overview of the theoretical training for the A-classes

--

Minimum number of theoretical lessons

--

Thematic priorities

--

Course of the theoretical driving test

1.2

Overview of the practical training for the A-classes

--

Minimum number of practical lessons

--

Breakdown of training (pre-training, primary training, main training, perfection training, exam preparation)

--

Conduct of the practical driving test

1.3

Classification of motorcycles

--

Motorbike

--

Small motorbike

--

"125er-Motorcycle"

--

Light motorcycle

--

Motorcycle

--

Motorcycle with passenger car

--

Motor driver wheel

1.4

Types of motorcycles

1.5

Driving licence-driving licence:

--

Personal requirements

--

Classes A1, A2 and A

--

Driving license document

--

Driving without steering authority

--

Driving without a driver's license

1.6

Obligations of the Steering

--

Carrying documents

--

Carrying out equipment

--

Stormtroit

--

Mental and physical conditions

--

Inspections on the vehicle, special importance on the motorcycle

1.7

Motorcycle protective clothing

--

Sturzhelm

--

Protective suit

--

Gloves

--

Boots

--

Kidney belt

--

Protectors

1.8

Motorcycle transport

1.9

Carriage of luggage

--

On the motorcycle

--

Trailer

1.10

Transport of persons

--

Motorcycle (conditions on the motorcycle, conditions for the passenger, technical changes on the motorcycle)

--

Motorcycle with side-car (conditions on the bike, conditions for the passenger)

-- Rules applicable to the up and down Descending

1.11

Holding and parking

1.12

Driving Rules

--

Legal Rules

--

Special driving bans

--

Speed

--

Overtaking

--

Next to each other

--

Pre-snaking

--

Motorway

1.13

Lighting

--

Lighting equipment

--

Use of lighting

1.14

Motorcycle accidents

--

Accident Statistics

--

Typical accident situations

--

Active security

--

Passive safety

--

Strategies in case of unavoidable accidents (single accident-"escape into the terrain", collision accident with an accident partner)

1.15

Risk competence (class A1: mandatory, classes A2 and A: optional)

--

Competence for perception, assessment and decision making

--

Risk factors-Hazards

--

Physical reactions in risk situations

--

Pause before a risk situation to re-assess

--

Precision-speed conflict

2

200

Driving technology and driving dynamics

2.1

See and be seen

--

View (Own blind spot, visor, safety eyeglasses, spotlight illumination, reading street)

--

Seen (driving with light, dead angles of other vehicles, parking vehicles, being covered, eye shadow phenomena)

2.2

Eco-conscious motorcycling

--

Driving fuel-saving driving

--

Noise-friendly driving

2.3

Driving technique

--

Centrifugal forces

--

Liability Circle (Kamm 'scher Kreis)

--

Seat Position

--

Cornering technique (inclined position-travel speed, cornering, line in curve-view technique, width requirement in the curve)

--

Brakes with the motorcycle (target braking, danger braking, avoidance of an obstacle, brakes with ABS)

2.4

Special hazardous situations in motorcycling

--

Impairments of driving skills, fatigue, alcohol, drugs, drugs, illness

--

Accelerate

--

High Speed

--

Holiday and group trips

--

Driving in the mountains

--

Overtaking

--

Side wind

--

Danger signs with special significance for the motorcyclist

--

Slippery road conditions

--

Driving in wet conditions

--

Driving in poor visibility conditions, or in the dark

--

Driving on unpaved roads

2.5

Driving dynamic characteristics of special vehicles

--

Roller

--

Motorcycle with passenger car

3

100

Vehicle technology

3.1

Technical changes in the vehicle

3.2

Useful accessories

3.3

Vehicle technology

--

engine (engine lubrication, engine cooling)

--

Power transmission (clutch, transmission, chain drive, toothed belt drive, cardan shaft drive)

--

Chassis: frame, fork, rear-wheel swing, suspension-damping, wheels-tires, brake system (brake devices, brake-force transmission, test-stand-brake test, brake lining wear) "

32. Annex 10b reads:

" Appendix 10b

on Section 64b (5)

Curriculum for practical training for the A-classes

A. Procedure

The following steps must be taken systematically for each training action:

1.

Preparation and planning of the exercise (including suitable location, equipment needed, teaching equipment, etc.)

2.

Clarification of the legal requirements and safety of the exercise (including the proper use of a helmet and other necessary protective equipment, assessment of the suitability of the candidate according to the training status)

3.

Preparation and briefing of the driver (e.g. in the course of the course, all exercises are to be explained and presented before the first performance)

4.

Performing the exercise

5.

Preparation of a reference to the exercise for later traffic control (in particular, discussion of the situation-specific risks, the possible preparation thereof, explanation of a risk-optimised behavior)

6.

Evaluation of the behaviour (joint discussion of the behaviour of the driver, development of possibilities for improvement, training of the competence of the learning from successes and failures)

B. Content

Section

Focus

Place

Contents

Preparation

Carrying out the tests, which are necessary prior to starting a journey and correct commissioning of the motor vehicle

Traffic-free space

Start preparation, driving preparation, shunting, sitting position

Pre-training

Elemental Vehicle Herrings

Parking or road-free road

Go with motor, climbing, lane lane, Anfah-ren, switching, braking, cycling, roller coaster, Wedeln, Trialstop, Berg, Behelfsstart Driving with passenger

Basic Training

Introduction to the transport area. Construction of the three-look training

Low-traffic roads

Correct use of the carriageway. Purposefully Move

Main Training

Active and passive development of traffic dynamics. Building the Blickfiltertrai-nings

Driving on roads with stronger traffic. Select by:

Cross-country, cross-country and cross-country routes

Driving selected courses and manoeuvrable commentary

Perfection Training

Introduction to the appropriate traffic tactics. Special vehicle control

All traffic spaces accessible from the location

Target driving, overland journeys, dyno training, defensive tactics, special vehicle control, in particular with regard to situations typical of motorcycles, in which the handlebar is led to reflexar-like misreactions as a result of horror. Performing a hazard braking, exam preparation

Review

Inspection of the road transport vehicle for traffic and operational safety

As far as possible in a free space

Simple checks that can be carried out on a motor vehicle without tools

An applicant for the steering authority of the A1 class is to be given the following contents in the scope of a total of two teaching units in the appropriate situations, taking into account the special class-specific characteristics is:

1.

Risk competence (contents according to Appendix 10a),

2.

rapid transit journeys (such as the motorway, the Autostral; and, in particular, the entry into force of the risks arising from the lower speed and the lower acceleration capacity, and the overtaking),

3.

Overtaking (hint of the risks resulting from lower acceleration),

4.

Ancestors of or between vehicles already held (in particular, overseeding through eye shadowing such as blind spots and concealment),

5.

Mismanagement of other road users (in particular incorrect estimation of the approach speed in case of confusion with a motorbike). "

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