Order On Guidelines For Vehicle Design And Equipment

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om detailforskrifter for køretøjers indretning og udstyr

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Overview (table of contents)

Appendix 1





Appendix 2





Appendix 3





Appendix 4





Appendix 5





Appendix 6





Appendix 7





The full text
Order on guidelines for vehicle design and equipment
Pursuant to § 68 paragraph. 1 and § 118 paragraph. 8 of the Road Traffic Act, see. Act no. 1320 of 28 November 2010, and by order pursuant to § 2. 1 of Executive Order no. 1699 of 19 December 2006 on Road Traffic Authority's functions and powers, as amended by Executive Order no. 580 of 25 May 2007, and in accordance with § 44 of Executive Order no. 154 of 20 April 1977 on vehicle design and equipment, etc., as amended by Executive order no. 244 of 7 april 2005, and § 25 of Executive order no. 530 of 29 May 1996 on the design and equipment for tractors and motor utensils, etc., as amended by Executive order no. 247 of 7. april 2005, the:

§ 1. Vehicles registered or authorized for the first time on that date or later, see. However paragraph. 2, 3 and 4 must meet the provisions of Annex 1. Any vehicle can be immediately arranged in accordance with the Order of the limits imposed by paragraph. 2 and 3.

PCS. 2. The provisions relating to the wheel guards of Annex 1, section. 9.01.002 (5) which shall enter into force on April 9, 2011.

PCS. 3. The provisions of breadth in Annex 1 of the section. 3.02.001 (4) and the length of the section. 3.02.200 (2) and (3) shall, however, come into effect on 1 July 2011.

PCS. 4. The provision on the total weight of Annex 1, section. 301.100 (2), also applies to trailers, which were first registered before the effective date.

PCS. 5. Annex 4 provides an overview of regulations on vehicle design and equipment, which lays down provisions also apply to older vehicles.

Optional harmonization

§ 2. A vehicle and vehicle equipment can not be authorized on the grounds that it does not meet Danish provisions on vehicle design and equipment if the vehicle respectively equipment is approved according to an EC directive or an EC regulation with corresponding provisions .

Total Harmonisation of car and its trailer

§ 3. Equipment fitted on EC type-approved vehicle and its trailer covered by EC Directive 2007/46 / EC (former 70/156 / EEC) on the approval of motor vehicles and their trailers, which are covered by Annex IV, must be approved in accordance with this Annex mentioned EC directives, EC regulations or ECE regulations. In Executive Order Annex 5 provides an overview of equipment on EC type-approved passenger M1, which must be approved in accordance with EC directives EC Regulations or ECE regulations.

PCS. 2. For cars and their trailers also applies the provisions for type-set in the Road Traffic Authority's Order on the approval and inspection of vehicles.

Total Harmonisation of two- and three-wheeled motor vehicles

§ 4. Standard Approved vehicle covered by EC Directive 2002/24 / EC on the type approval of two- and three-wheeled motor vehicles must meet the technical requirements of the Annex 6 mentioned EC directives or ECE regulations. Equipment mounted on such a vehicle, which is included in Annex 6, must be approved in accordance with the Annex mentioned EC directives or ECE regulations. The same applies to equipment mounted on EC type-approved vehicles covered by EC Directive 2002/24 / EC (former 92/61 / EEC).

PCS. 2. This provision does - from the individual Directive (Regulation) date mentioned - for vehicle type-approved on or after this date, and for equipment mounted on such a vehicle or EC type-approved vehicle and marketed for the first time in this country on that date or later.

PCS. 3. The provision also applies - four years after the of each Directive (Regulation) date mentioned - for vehicles registered or put into service for the first time on or after this date regardless of the date of its approval, and for equipment mounted on such a vehicle or EC type-approved vehicle, regardless of the date of the first marketing of the equipment.


PCS. 4. Two-and three-wheeled motor vehicles also applies the provisions for type-set in the Road Traffic Authority's Order on the approval and inspection of vehicles.

Total Harmonization for tractors

§ 5. Equipment fitted on EC type-approved tractors covered by EC Directive 2003/37 / EC relating to agricultural or forestry tractors and their trailers, which are included in Annex 7 shall be approved in accordance with the Annex mentioned EC directives or ECE regulations.

PCS. 2. For tractors also applies the provisions for type-set in the Road Traffic Authority's Order on the approval and inspection of vehicles.

Punishment etc.

§ 6. Violation of the order's requirements for vehicle design and equipment fined.

Commencement mm

§ 7. This Order shall enter into force on 1 April 2011.

Transport Authority, March 10, 2011
Carsten Falk Hansen
/ Ib Rasmussen



Appendix 1












Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 2011










Sidebar










1. General information










1.01 Structure of





The numbering system 1.01.001




1.01.002 The main section




1.01.003 Subdivision




1.01.004 Detailed Regulations




1.01.005 Breakdown of retail prescriptions









1.02 Using the numbering system










1:03 Vehicle species and applications





010 Motorized vehicle




020 Car




021 Passenger M1




022 Passenger M2




023 Passenger M3




024 Vans N1




025 Truck N2




026 Truck N3




030 Motorcycle




031 Two-wheel motorcycle




032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




033 Three-wheel motorcycle





040 Moped




041 United moped




042 Small moped




050 Tractor




060 Motor Gear




099 Motorised loader




100 Trailer




110 trailer / trailer for car




111 trailer / trailer O1




112 trailer / semi-trailer O2




113 trailers / semi O3




114 trailers / semi O4




120 Tractor Trailer




121 Tractor Trailer for requiring registration tractor




122 Tractor Trailer for non-registration compulsory tractor




130 Trailer for power equipment




140 Trailer implement




141 Caravan




142 Second to registration outboard gear




143 Non-trailer to registration tool




150 Trailer for motorcycle




151 Trailer for motorcycle




153 Outboard tool for motorcycle




199 semi




200 Road Train




300 Special purpose vehicles




310 Vehicles for synsfri interconnection




320 School Vehicle




330 Rental Vehicle




340 Emergency vehicles




356 sleeper bus




360 Vehicles for special use




361 Invalid Vehicle




362 Tow truck




363 Vehicles that are specially adapted to do work on the road




364 Motor caravan





371 Airport Vehicles




381 Tivolitog




400 Vehicles for special transport




410 Vehicles for the transport of dangerous goods




460 Vehicles for special transport




461 Vehicles Animal transport









1.04 Definitions










2. Identification and inscriptions










2.01 Identification





2.01.001 General provisions




2.01.040 Moped




2.01.042 Small moped









2.02 Markings on the permissible total weight, load, etc.





2.02.001 General provisions




2.02.022 Passenger M2




2.02.023 Passenger M3




2.02.024 Vans N1




2.02.025 Truck N2




2.02.026 Truck N3




2.02.030 Motorcycle




2.02.041 United moped




2.02.042 Small moped




2.02.110 trailer / trailer to the car




2.02.121 Tractor Trailer for requiring registration tractor




2.02.151 trailer for motorcycle




2.02.200 Road Train




2.02.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection




2.02.362 Tow truck









2.03 Inscription on speed limit





2.03.001 General provisions









3. Weight and dimensions











3.01 Weight and axle load etc.





3.01.001 General provisions




3.01.010 Motorized vehicle




3.01.020 Car




3.01.023 Passenger M3




3.01.030 Motorcycle




3.01.041 United moped




3.01.042 Small moped




3.01.050 Tractor




3.01.060 Motor Gear




3.01.099 Motorised loader




3.01.100 Trailer




3.01.150 Trailer for motorcycle




3.01.199 semi




3.01.200 Road Train




3.01.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection




3.01.320 School Vehicle









3.02 height, width and length





3.02.001 General provisions




3.02.010 Motorized vehicle




3.02.022 Passenger M2




3.02.023 Passenger M3




3.02.040 Moped




3.02.099 Motorised loader




3.02.110 trailer / trailer to the car




3.02.150 Trailer for motorcycle




3.02.199 semi




3.02.200 Road Train




3.02.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection




3.02.320 Skolekøretøj42




3.02.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way









4. Steering










4.01.001 General provisions




4.01.002 ESC




4.01.010 Motorized vehicle




4.01.020 Car




4.01.021 Passenger M1




4.01.023 Passenger M3




4.01.024 Vans N1




4.01.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




4.01.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




4.01.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




4.01.041 United moped




4.01.042 Small moped




4.01.050 Tractor




4.01.060 Motor Gear




4.01.099 Motorised loader




4.01.100 Trailer




4.01.199 semi




4.01.200 Road Train




4.01.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection




4.01.320 School Vehicle




4.01.330 Rental Vehicle









5. Brakes










5.01 Braking systems





5.01.001 General provisions




5.01.002 Service brake




5.01.003 Emergency




5.01.004 Parking brake




5.01.005 Antilock brakes




5.01.006 Bakbremse




5.01.010 Motorized vehicle




5.01.020 Car




5.01.021 Passenger M1




5.01.022 Passenger M2




5.01.023 Passenger M3




5.01.024 Vans N1




5.01.025 Truck N2





5.01.026 Truck N3




5.01.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




5.01.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




5.01.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




5.01.041 United moped




5.01.042 Small moped




5.01.050 Tractor




5.01.060 Motor Gear




5.01.099 Motorised loader




5.01.110 trailer / trailer to the car




5.01.111 trailer / trailer O1




5.01.112 trailer / semi-trailer O2




5.01.113 trailer / trailer O3




5.01.114 trailer / trailer O4




5.01.120 Tractor Trailer




5.01.130 trailer for motorized equipment




5.01.141 Caravan




5.01.142 Other to registration outboard gear




5.01.143 Non-trailer to registration tool




5.01.150 Trailer for motorcycle




5.01.199 semi




5.01.200 Road Train




5.01.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection




5.01.320 School Vehicle




5.01.361 Invalid Vehicle




5.01.410 Vehicle for transport of dangerous goods









5.02 Brake Components





5.02.001 General provisions




5.02.002 Hydraulic system




5.02.003 Compressed air




5.02.004 The latter type




5.02.005 spring brake




5.02.006 Tagging ALB




5.02.007 Brake linings





5.02.008 Test Connections









5.03 Performance





5.03.001 General provisions




5.03.020 Car




5.03.021 Passenger M1




5.03.022 Passenger M2




5.03.023 Passenger M3




5.03.024 Vans N1




5.03.025 Truck N2




5.03.026 Truck N3




5.03.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




5.03.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




5.03.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




5.03.041 United moped




5.03.042 Small moped




5.03.050 Tractor




5.03.060 Motor Gear




5.03.099 Motorised loader




5.03.110 trailer / trailer to the car




5.03.120 Tractor Trailer




5.03.130 trailer for motorized equipment




5.03.141 Caravan




5.03.142 Other to registration outboard gear




5.03.143 Non-trailer to registration tool




5.03.150 Trailer for motorcycle




5.03.199 semi




5.03.200 Road Train









6. Electric plants, lights, reflectors, etc.










6.01 Electrical installations





6.01.001 General provisions




6.01.002 Electromagnetic compatibility




6.01.003 short-range radar




6.01.010 Motorized vehicle




6.01.021 Passenger M1





6.01.024 Vans N1




6.01.041 United moped




6.01.042 Small moped




6.01.050 Tractor




6.01.060 Motor Gear




6.01.100 Trailer




6.01.122 Tractor Trailer for non-registration compulsory tractor




6.01.130 trailer for motorized equipment




6.01.143 Non-trailer to registration tool




6.01.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection









6.02 illuminating lamps





6.02.001 General provisions




6.02.002 Main-beam headlamps




6.02.003 Dipped beam lamps




6.02.004 fog lamps




6.02.005 Reversing




6.02.006 Seek / working lights




6.02.020 Car




6.02.021 Passenger M1




6.02.030 Motorcycle




6.02.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




6.02.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




6.02.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




6.02.041 United moped




6.02.042 Small moped




6.02.050 Tractor




6.02.060 Motor Gear




6.02.099 Motorised loader




6.02.100 Trailer




6.02.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way









6:03 Lights to mark





6.03.001 General provisions




6.03.002 Position Lights




6.03.003 Taillights





6.03.004 marker lamps




6.03.005 Rear fog lamps




6.03.006 License Plate Lights




6.03.007 Parking lamps




6.03.008 Side marker lamps




6.03.009 Special lighting to mark




6.03.021 Passenger M1




6.03.022 Passenger M2




6.03.023 Passenger M3




6.03.024 Vans N1




6.03.025 Truck N2




6.03.026 Truck N3




6.03.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




6.03.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




6.03.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




6.03.041 United moped




6.03.042 Small moped




6.03.050 Tractor




6.03.060 Motor Gear




6.03.099 Motorised loader




6.03.100 Trailer




6.03.111 trailer / trailer O1




6.03.112 trailer / semi-trailer O2




6.03.113 trailer / trailer O3




6.03.114 trailer / trailer O4




6.03.120 Tractor Trailer




6.03.130 trailer for motorized equipment




6.03.141 Caravan




6.03.142 Other to registration outboard gear




6.03.143 Non-trailer to registration tool




6.03.150 Trailer for motorcycle




6.03.199 semi




6.03.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way









6:04 Lights for signaling






6.04.001 General provisions




6.04.002 Direction indicators (indicator lamps, rear direction indicators and the side indicator lights)




6.04.003 Stop Lights




6.04.004 warning flashers




6.04.005 Marking Lights




6.04.006 Emergency Lights




6.04.007 Overtaking Signal




6.04.020 Car




6.04.021 Passenger M1




6.04.022 Passenger M2




6.04.023 Passenger M3




6.04.025 Truck N2




6.04.026 Truck N3




6.04.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




6.04.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




6.04.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




6.04.041 United moped




6.04.042 Small moped




6.04.050 Tractor




6.04.060 Motor Gear




6.04.099 Motorised loader




6.04.110 trailer / trailer to the car




6.04.120 Tractor Trailer




6.04.130 trailer for motorized equipment




6.04.141 Caravan




6.04.142 Other to registration outboard gear




6.04.143 Non-trailer to registration tool




6.04.150 Trailer for motorcycle




6.04.199 semi




6.04.200 Road Train




6.04.320 School Vehicle




6.04.340 Emergency vehicles




6.04.362 Tow truck




6.04.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way









6.05 The reflectors etc.






6.05.001 General provisions




6.05.002 Forward-facing reflectors




6.05.003 Rear reflectors




6.05.004 The reflectors facing to the side (side reflectors)




6.05.010 Motorized vehicle




6.05.020 Car




6.05.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




6.05.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




6.05.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




6.05.041 United moped




6.05.042 Small moped




6.05.050 Tractor




6.05.060 Motor Gear




6.05.099 Motorised loader




6.05.100 Trailer




6.05.340 Emergency vehicles




6.05.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way









6:06 AWD





6.06.001 General provisions




6.06.010 Motorized vehicle




6.06.021 Passenger M1




6.06.042 Small moped




6.06.060 Motor Gear




6.06.320 School Vehicle




6.06.340 Emergency vehicles









6.07 Radio, television, etc.





6.07.001 General provisions









6.08 Burglar alarm, immobilizer etc.





6.08.001 Burglar




6.08.002 Immobiliser




6.08.010 Motorized vehicle




6.08.021 Passenger M1










6.09 Special marking





6.09.001 General provisions




6.09.002 Special indicator lamps on the tail lift




6.09.003 Lightboard




6.09.020 Car




6.09.021 Passenger M1




6.09.022 Passenger M2




6.09.023 Passenger M3




6.09.024 Vans N1




6.09.050 Tractor




6.09.060 Motor Gear




6.09.099 Motorised loader




6.09.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way









6.10 Marking of slow-moving vehicles





6.10.001 General provisions




6.10.050 Tractor




6.10.060 Motor Gear




6.10.200 Road Train









6.11 Reflective Planks





6.11.001 General provisions




6.11.023 Passenger M3




6.11.025 Truck N2




6.11.026 Truck N3




6.11.113 trailer / trailer O3




6.11.114 trailer / trailer O4




6.11.200 Road Train









12.6 Daytime running





6.12.001 General provisions




6.12.002 Daytime running lights




6.12.003 Dipped beam lamps with reduced voltage




6.12.020 Car




6.12.030 Motorcycle




6.12.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar





6.12.041 United moped




6.12.042 Small moped




6.12.050 Tractor




6.12.060 Motor Gear




6.12.099 Motorised loader









6.13 Outline





6.13.001 General provisions




6.13.022 Passenger M2




6.13.023 Passenger M3




6.13.025 Truck N2




6.13.026 Truck N3




6.13.113 trailer / trailer O3




6.13.114 trailer / trailer O4









7. Motor, noise, air pollution etc.










7:01 Motor





7.01.001 General provisions




7.01.002 Overspeed




7.01.010 Motorized vehicle




7.01.021 Passenger M1




7.01.022 Passenger M2




7.01.023 Passenger M3




7.01.024 Vans N1




7.01.025 Truck N2




7.01.026 Truck N3




7.01.041 United moped




7.01.042 Small moped




7.01.200 Road Train




7.01.320 School Vehicle









7.02 Fuel Plant





7.02.001 General provisions




7.02.022 Passenger M2




7.02.023 Passenger M3









7.03 Transmission System






7.03.001 General provisions




7.03.002 Friction Coatings









7.04 Exhaust system





7.04.001 General provisions




7.04.040 Moped









7.05 Noise





7.05.001 General provisions




7.05.020 Car




7.05.021 Passenger M1




7.05.022 Passenger M2




7.05.023 Passenger M3




7.05.024 Vans N1




7.05.025 Truck N2




7.05.026 Truck N3




7.05.030 Motorcycle




7.05.040 Moped




7.05.050 Tractor




7.05.099 Motorised loader









7.06 Air pollution





7.06.001 General provisions




7.06.020 Car




7.06.021 Passenger M1




7.06.022 Passenger M2




7.06.023 Passenger M3




7.06.024 Vans N1




7.06.025 Truck N2




7.06.026 Truck N3




7.06.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




7.06.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar




7.06.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




7.06.040 Moped




7.06.050 Tractor




7.06.060 Motor Gear









7.07 Heating system






7.07.001 General provisions









7.07 Heating system





7.07.002 Air conditioning









7.09 Fuel Plants for LPG





7.09.001 General provisions




7.09.002 Tank




7.09.003 Luminaire for fuel tank




7.09.004 Fuel lines




7.09.005 Evaporator




7.09.006 reducing valve




7.09.007 Choker




7.09.020 Car




7.09.021 Passenger M1




7.09.024 Vans N1




7.09.025 Truck N2




7.09.026 Truck N3









8. Bearing elements










8.01 Chassis 119





8.01.001 General provisions




8.01.002 Chassis Frame




8.01.023 Passenger M3









8:02 Wheels





8.02.001 General provisions




8.02.002 Tires




8.02.003 Wheels




8.02.010 Motorized vehicle




8.02.020 Car




8.02.021 Passenger M1




8.02.022 Passenger M2




8.02.023 Passenger M3




8.02.024 Vans N1




8.02.025 Truck N2




8.02.026 Truck N3





8.02.030 Motorcycle




8.02.040 Moped




8.02.050 Tractor




8.02.060 Motor Gear




8.02.099 Motorised loader




8.02.100 Trailer




8.02.122 Tractor Trailer for non-registration compulsory tractor




8.02.130 trailer for motorized equipment




8.02.141 Caravan




8.02.142 Other to registration outboard gear




8.02.143 Non-trailer to registration tool




8.02.150 Trailer for motorcycle




8.02.199 semi









8.03 Suspension





8.03.001 General provisions




8.03.002 Axles




8.03.003 Bogie Structures




8.03.004 springs




8.03.005 Shocks




8.03.020 Car




8.03.021 Passenger M1




8.03.022 Passenger M2




8.03.023 Passenger M3




8.03.024 Vans N1




8.03.025 Truck N2




8.03.026 Truck N3




8.03.030 Motorcycle




8.03.110 trailer / trailer to the car




8.03.141 Caravan




8.03.142 Other to registration outboard gear




8.03.150 Trailer for motorcycle









9. Bodywork, building etc.










9:01 Karrosseri1






9.01.001 General provisions




9.01.002 Foreclosure wheels




9.01.003 Doors




9.01.004 Boundaries




9.01.020 Car




9.01.021 Passenger M1




9.01.022 Passenger M2




9.01.023 Passenger M3




9.01.024 Vans N1




9.01.025 Truck N2




9.01.026 Truck N3




9.01.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




9.01.041 United moped




9.01.042 Small moped




9.01.050 Tractor




9.01.060 Motor Gear




9.01.100 Trailer




9.01.111 trailer / trailer O1




9.01.112 trailer / semi-trailer O2




9.01.113 trailer / trailer O3




9.01.114 trailer / trailer O4




9.01.141 Caravan




9.01.142 Other to registration outboard gear




9.01.150 Trailer for motorcycle




9.01.320 School Vehicle




9.01.340 Emergency vehicles









9.02 Structure of let etc.





9.02.001 General provisions




9.02.002 Building with real let




9.02.003 Construction Dump




9.02.004 Building container




9.02.005 Building to swap




9.02.025 Truck N2




9.02.026 Truck N3




9.02.113 trailer / trailer O3





9.02.114 trailer / trailer O4




9.02.150 Trailer for motorcycle




9.02.461 Vehicle for animal transport









9.03 Building with tank





9.03.001 General provisions




9.03.002 thought to let




9.03.003 Surge-plates




9.03.410 Vehicle for transport of dangerous goods









9:04 Ladfremspring etc.





9.04.001 General provisions




9.04.024 Vans N1









9.05 Couplings





9.05.001 General provisions




9.05.002 trailer coupling




9.05.003 Coupling




9.05.004 Fifth wheel




9.05.021 Passenger M1




9.05.024 Vans N1




9.05.030 Motorcycle




9.05.032 Motorcycle with sidecar




9.05.050 Tractor




9.05.100 Trailer




9.05.113 trailer / trailer O3




9.05.114 trailer / trailer O4




9.05.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection









9.06 Luggage racks, bicycle racks, etc.





9.06.001 General provisions




9.06.002 cooler Figurines etc.




9.06.003 Halt




9.06.004 Tagreklameskilte etc.




9.06.005 Bull bars etc.




9.06.021 Passenger M1




9.06.024 Vans N1










9.07 Outputs, boarding, etc. in passenger M2 / M3





9.07.001 General provisions




9.07.002 Service Door




9.07.003 Emergency door




9.07.004 Emergency window




9.07.005 Emergency Worse




9.07.006 access to exits




9.07.007 lift for wheelchair users




9.07.008 ramp for wheelchair users




9.07.009 Kneeling system




9.07.022 Passenger M2




9.07.023 Passenger M3




9.07.356 sleeper bus




9.07.364 Motor caravan









9.08 rear underrun protection (bumper)





9.08.001 General provisions




9.08.021 Passenger M1




9.08.022 Passenger M2




9.08.023 Passenger M3




9.08.024 Vans N1




9.08.025 Truck N2




9.08.026 Truck N3




9.08.111 trailer / trailer O1




9.08.112 trailer / semi-trailer O2




9.08.113 trailer / trailer O3




9.08.114 trailer / trailer O4




9.08.120 Tractor Trailer




9.08.130 trailer for motorized equipment




9.08.141 Caravan




9.08.142 Other to registration outboard gear




9.08.200 Road Train









9.09 Lateral





9.09.001 General provisions





9.09.025 Truck N2




9.09.026 Truck N3




9.09.113 trailer / trailer O3




9.09.114 trailer / trailer O4









10.9 Front underrun protection (bumper)





9.10.001 General provisions




9.10.025 Truck N2




9.10.026 Truck N3









10. Internal device visibility, special equipment, etc.










10.01 Internal arrangement, etc.





10.01.001 General provisions




10.01.002 Seats




10.01.003 Headrests




10.01.004 Wheelchair Bracket




10.01.005 Space wheelchair




10.01.006 door for wheelchair




10.01.020 Car




10.01.021 Car M1




10.01.022 Passenger M2




10.01.023 Passenger M3




10.01.024 Vans N1




10.01.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




10.01.041 Large moped




10.01.042 Small moped




10.01.050 Tractor




10.01.320 School Vehicle




10.01.356 sleeper bus




10.01.364 Motor caravan









2/10 Seatbelts





10.02.001 General provisions




10.02.002 Seat belts for wheelchair users




10.02.020 Car




10.02.021 Car M1





10.02.022 Passenger M2




10.02.023 Passenger M3




10.02.024 Vans N1




10.02.025 Truck N2




10.02.026 Truck N3




10.02.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




10.02.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




10.02.040 Moped




10.02.364 Motor caravan









10/03 Vision, diamonds etc.





10.03.001 General provisions




10.03.002 Field




10.03.003 Glazing




10.03.004 sun visors, sunscreens, etc.




10.03.005 Windscreen wipers and washer




10.03.006 Rear-view mirrors




10.03.020 Car




10.03.021 Car M1




10.03.022 Passenger M2




10.03.023 Passenger M3




10.03.024 Vans N1




10.03.025 Truck N2




10.03.026 Truck N3




10.03.031 Two-wheel motorcycle




10.03.033 Three-wheel motorcycle




10.03.041 Large moped




10.03.050 Tractor




10.03.060 Motor Gear




10.03.099 Motorised loader




10.03.100 Trailer




10.03.310 Vehicles for synsfri interconnection




10.03.320 School Vehicle




10.03.340 Emergency vehicles




10.03.364 Motor caravan









10:04 Instruments






10.04.001 General provisions




10.04.002 Speedometer




10.04.020 Car




10.04.030 Motorcycle




10.04.041 Large moped




10.04.042 Small moped




10.04.320 School Vehicle




10.04.330 Rental Vehicle









10:05 Burglar





10.05.001 General provisions




10.05.021 Car M1




10.05.024 Vans N1









6.10 Fire extinguishers





10.06.001 General provisions




10.06.022 Passenger M2




10.06.023 Passenger M3




10.06.364 Motor caravan









10:07 Airbag





10.07.001 General provisions









11. Measurement methods










11:01 Noise





11.01.001 Noise test I (drive measurement)




11.01.002 Noise test II (7 m-position measurement)




11.01.004 Noise test IV (near field - able measurement)




11.01.005 Test site




11.01.006 Measuring apparatus




11.01.007 Measuring conditions









11.02 Air pollution





11.02.001 CO at idle




11.02.003 CO and oxygen at elevated idle




11.02.004 Dieselrøgtæthed (free acceleration)










11:03 Speed ​​





11.03.001 Speed ​​Metering




11.03.002 Measuring conditions




11.03.040 Moped




11.03.050 Tractor




11.03.060 Motor Gear










First General information
1.01 Structure of
1.01.001 numbering system
(1) The Annex is the requirements set out in a numbering system in which each number consists of three groups:



a) the first group of numbers (one or two digits) denotes the main section.

b) the second group of numbers (two digits) refers to the section.

c) the third group of numbers (three digits) refers to retail regulations.

1.01.002 Main Title
(1) The Annex is divided into 11 main sections,



a) main sections 1 contains general information - including a list of vehicle types and applications, as well as definitions

b) main sections 2-10 contains regulations for vehicle design and equipment, and

c) the main section 11 contains a description of the measurement methods used in connection with certain of the provisions.

(2) main sections 2-10 are broken down by vehicle components and systems.
1.01.003 Subdivision
(1) The sub-sections are divided by such systems or components in the main section, which have certain common characteristics.
1.01.004 Detailed Regulations
(1) The numbering of detailed regulations covering two types of retail prescriptions:



a) The numbers 001-009 denote detailed regulations of a general nature for components or systems that are contained in the section.

b) The numbers 010 and above denotes special detailed regulations that apply to one or more vehicle types or applications industries.

It should be noted that under b) above detailed regulations may include both tightening as easing of the mentioned in a) general regulations.
1.01.005 Breakdown of retail prescriptions
(1) Detailed regulations are - depending on their content - divided by numbers and / or letters.
1.02 Use of numbering system
(1) The numbering system structure implies that detailed regulations for such component is the basis of the component number (see sidebar).
(2) Provisions of a general nature of the component found under one or more of the numbers 001-009.
(3) Requirements for a specific vehicle type or ICT adoption can be found under number for that vehicle type or application (see the list of vehicle types and applications in Section 1.03).
1.03 Vehicle species and applications

010 Motorized vehicle

Vehicle bearing-propelled vehicle.
Motor vehicles are divided into motor vehicle (car and motorcycle), mopeds, tractors and motorized equipment.
020 Car
Motor Vehicle fitted with four or more wheels or belts, rollers, runners or the like, as well as motor vehicle on three wheels if the weight exceeds 400 kg.
021 Passenger M1
Car, which is adapted to be used for the transport of more than nine persons including the driver.
022 Passenger M2
Car, which is adapted to be used to carry more than nine persons including the driver, and having a maximum weight not exceeding 5000 kg.
023 Passenger M3
Car, which is adapted to be used to carry more than nine persons including the driver, and having a maximum weight of 5,000 kg.
Below articulated, meaning a car that consists of two parts. The front and the rear part are connected by a link section, which gives the passenger a free passage between the two parts.
024 Vans N1
Car, which is adapted to be used for the transport of goods and having a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg.
025 Truck N2
Car, which is adapted to be used for the transport of goods and having a maximum weight of more than 3,500 kg, but not more than 12,000 kg.
026 Truck N3

Car, which is adapted to be used for the transport of goods and having a maximum weight of more than 12,000 kg.
030 Motorcycle
motor vehicle on two wheels, with or without a sidecar and motor vehicle on three wheels if the weight does not exceed 400 kg.

031 Two-wheel motorcycle

032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar

033 Three-wheel motorcycle

040 Moped

Two- or three-wheel vehicle with an internal combustion engine with a cylinder capacity not exceeding 50 cm3 or an electric motor with a maximum design speed not exceeding 45 km / h.
041 United moped
Mopeds with a maximum design speed exceeding 30 km / h or three-wheel moped, except disabling moped, with a maximum design speed not exceeding 30 km / h.
042 Small moped
Mopeds with a maximum design speed not exceeding 30 km / h, see. However, point 041.
Small moped divided into:







a)


Person Moped





Two-wheel moped, arranged for passengers.



b)


Item Moped





Two-wheel moped, arranged for transportation of goods.



c)


Invalid Moped





Three-wheel moped, which is designed to carry disabled driver alone.





050 Tractor
motor-driven vehicle, which is essentially designed to pull another vehicle or tool, which is designed for a maximum speed of 40 km / h.
060 Motorised equipment
Motorized vehicle mainly designed as a tool, which is designed for a maximum speed of 30 km / h and only with a significant constructive change can be changed for greater speed. Motorized vehicle that is intended to be a continuous, regarded as motorized equipment.
099 Motorised loader
Motorized vehicle whose weight, axle load, size or other construction eliminates vehicle registration and which is designed to transport particularly heavy or bulky goods.
100 Trailer
vehicle which, by its design is intended to be towed by another vehicle. Trailers divided into trailer and semi-trailer mainly designed for the transport of persons or goods, and their tool.
Semi-trailer is a trailer for carrying passengers or goods, which is coupled to a towing vehicle such that the vehicle or its load rests partly on the car.

110 trailer / trailer for car

Below cart, meaning a trailer with rigid drawbar (drawbar) and with total axle load of more than 3,500 kg.
111 trailers / semi-O1
trailer / semi-trailer with a gross vehicle weight - for semi-trailer and trailer with rigid drawbar total axle load - not exceeding 750 kg.
112 trailers / semi-trailer O2
trailer / semi-trailer with a gross vehicle weight - for semi-trailer and trailer with rigid drawbar total axle load - of more than 750 kg but not more than 3,500 kg.
113 trailers / semi O3
trailer / semi-trailer with a gross vehicle weight - for semi-trailer and trailer with rigid drawbar total axle load - more than 3,500 kg, but not more than 10,000 kg.
114 trailers / semi O4
trailer / semi-trailer with a gross vehicle weight - for semi-trailer and trailer with rigid drawbar total axle load - of more than 10,000 kg.
120 Tractor Trailer
121 Tractor Trailer for requiring registration tractor
122 Tractor Trailer for non-registration compulsory tractor
130 Trailer for power equipment
140 Trailer implement
Other trailer than the trailer and semi-trailer
141 Camper | || trailer implement adapted for residential
142 Other trailers to registration tool
143 Non-trailer to registration tool
150 trailer for motorcycle
151 trailer for motorcycle
153 outboard tool for motorcycle
199 loader

For motor vehicle coupled trailer whose weight, axle load, size or other construction eliminates vehicle registration and which is designed to transport particularly heavy or bulky goods.
200 Road Train
300 Special purpose vehicles
310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection
320 School Vehicle
330 Rental Vehicle
340 Emergency vehicles
356
sleeper bus sleeper bus is a passenger or M2 M3, which is such that some or all of the passenger seats can be converted into beds. The seat where the seat back can be leaned backward up to 45 degrees, is not considered berths. As a sleeper bus is also passenger M2 or M3, which is decorated with fixed berths for passengers ( "hotel-bus").
360 Vehicles for special use
361 Invalid Vehicle
362 Tow truck
363 Vehicles that are specially adapted to do work on the road
Snow Vehicle, gravel spreader, slamsugningskøretøj, vejafstribningskøretøj, cable car, vejbearbejdningsmaskine and like vehicle that is specially designed to perform work on the highway.
364 Motor caravan
Car adapted for habitation.
Car with a maximum weight of not more than 3500 kg are considered as passenger M1.
Car with a gross vehicle weight of more than 3,500 kg regarded as passenger M2 / M3.
371 Airport Vehicles
381 Tivolitog
400 Vehicles for special transport
410 Vehicles for the transport of dangerous goods
460 Vehicles for special transport
461 Vehicles Animal transport
1.04 Definitions | axle Load ||
the pressure is transferred to the road wheels of an axle.
Automatic load-dependent brake control (ALB)
Adjustment device that automatically controls the brake force / brake force distribution according to vehicle load.
Brake fade
Reducing a vehicle's braking performance in extremely hot brakes.
Brake Transmission
The combination of components situated between the control and the brake. If the braking power is derived from or a source of energy independent of the driver but controlled by him, considered the energy storage as part of the transmission.
Chiptuning
By chiptuning mean changes to the factory-specified electronic engine management, including replacing and reprogramming the engine control or manipulation of signals to and from the engine control.
Updating motor control, as specified by the vehicle manufacturer shall not be deemed chip tuning.
Braking rates
relationship between the deceleration and acceleration of gravity. The braking rate (D0) can be determined as the ratio between the total braking force and the total weight of trailers of cart type as well as for semi-trailers, however, as the ratio of total braking force and the total static axle load.
Dolly
By dolly means a trailer with rigid drawbar intended to be traction for semitrailer.

Tare weight of the vehicle with accessories vehicle normally entails. The weight of the operating funds, including fuel, lubricating oil and cooling water as well as leads are not included weight.
Actually total weight
Vehicle immediate weight with operating equipment, driver and cargo.
Dangerous goods
The substances and articles covered by the Ministry of Justice Decree on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.
Front Landscape management
Vehicle with forward control means a vehicle where the steering wheel hub is in the forward quarter of the vehicle.
Runtime for brakes
The time that elapses from the steering control to the deceleration has reached 50% of the required value.
Folding seat
By folding seat understood auxiliary seat intended for occasional use and which is normally turned up. Folding seat not included as seating when folding seat is placed on a standing room area.

Coupling length Coupling length meant for car distance from the car's front section to the coupling center line and the trailer the distance from the trailer rear section to the coupling center line, disregarding those mentioned in (4) above parts.
Link Trailer
By link trailer means a semi-trailer intended to be haul semi-trailer.
EMS
By EMS (MVT) means train consisting of truck and one or two trailers where each vehicle meets the regulations for the maximum length, but where gross combination length exceeds 18.75 m.
Payload
the difference between the permissible total weight and service weight.
R point of the seat
Reference point defined by the vehicle manufacturer and which corresponds to the theoretical turning point of torso / thighs when the seat is placed in the rearmost normal driving or position of use specified by the manufacturer .
Storvolumendæk

Tires of dimension 14.00 (385) R 24 or greater, or tires of the dimension 445/65 R 22.5 or greater.
Governing shaft
As steering axle on the motor vehicle is deemed shaft on which there is direct connection between the control (steering wheel) and the wheels.
Steering Transmission
Steering transmission is the part of the steering that exist between the control and the steered wheels. Power supply to the power steering is not considered part of the transmission.
Tank Container
Transport device designed for repeated use and designed so that it can be lifted in the loaded condition, and is designed for liquid, gaseous, powdery or granular substances and having a capacity of 0.45 m3.
Off-road car
Car, there is terrain as defined in EC Directive 2007/46 / EC.
Permitted load
difference between the permissible total weight and weight.
GVWR
The by registration or approval permissible maximum weight of the vehicle with operating funds, driver and cargo.
Service
Weight The weight of the vehicle with accessories vehicle normally entails and fully fueled with operating and incl. the driver (75 kg).
For motor vehicle's service weight thus equal to its own weight plus the weight of equipment plus 75 kg. Top speed

A motor vehicle's maximum design speed.
Total Weight
Vehicle immediate weight with operating, operator and load (actual total weight) or by registration or approval permissible maximum weight of the vehicle with operating funds operator and load (GVW).
Vejvenlig suspension
air suspension or equivalent suspension as defined in Annex II to Directive 96/53 / EC.
Second Identification and inscriptions
2.01 Identification
2.01.001 General provisions
(1) to registration vehicle, tractor, sidecar motorcycle, motor-driven semi-trailers and semi-trailers must be equipped with the manufacturer's name or trademark and the vehicle type and chassis number. Part type designation as part of the frame number, is a further separate indication of the type designation unnecessary.
(2) Type designation and chassis number



a) must be easily accessible and clear, and

b) must be stamped into the chassis, self-supporting body, frame or plate welded thereto, to obliteration or change of numbers and letters avoided.

(3) 17-character VIN (VIN marking) shall comply with Directive 76/114 / EEC as amended by 78/507 / EEC, for motorcycle and moped, however, Directive 93/34 / EEC as amended by 1999 / 25 / EC.
(4) Car, motorcycle, moped, trailers / semi-trailers for cars, caravans and other towed to registration tool and trailer for motorcycle shall be equipped with 17-character VIN (VIN marking).
(5) Mandatory markings may be affixed



a) by the manufacturer,

b) the manufacturer's representative,

c) by - or under the control of - an eye business or

d) - or under the control of - an insurance appraiser in accordance with the provisions of the Tax Ministry.

(6) It is not allowed to change to the mandatory labeling.
(7) There shall be no vehicles placed such markings on their form, content or the manner in which they are placed, can be confused with mandatory labeling.
2.01.040 Moped
(1) Mopeds must be equipped with serial plate in accordance with Directive 93/34 / EEC as amended by 1999/25 / EC.
2.01.042 Small moped
(1) Manufacturing plate must contain the number of the vehicle EC type-approval (eX XXX) or approval (DK-K-XXX).
2.02 Inscriptions on the permissible total weight, load, etc.
2.02.001 General provisions
(1) There shall be no vehicles placed such markings, which at their external form, content and equipment or the way they are placed, may be confused with markings that are required.
(2) Inscriptions should be performed in long-lasting color that clearly differs from the vehicle or the sign color.
2.02.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 be on either side out of the driver's seat must bear the inscription or sign which clearly indicates permissible weight, permissible load or payload, permitted number of passengers, by sitting and standing and allowed luggage weight.
(2) Inscriptions or sign must be done with frames, letters and numbers as stated in the section. 2.02.024 (2).
2.02.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 follow the rules for passenger M2.
2.02.024 Vans N1

(1) Vans N1, on each side of the vehicle in a clearly visible place bear the inscription or sign indicating the permissible total weight and allowed cargo or payload.
(2) Inscriptions or sign shall be as the example of FIG. a, where the dimensions indicating minimum.


Figure b
(3) Vehicles registered with several variations, must bear the inscription or sign indicating permissible load and gross vehicle weight for each execution.
2.02.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 follow the rules of van N1.
(2) Whether for semi-trailers in certain combination, see the rules of road trains in the section.
2.02.200.
2.02.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 follow the rules of van N1.
(2) Whether for semi-trailers in certain combination, see the rules of road trains in the section.
2.02.200.
2.02.030 Motorcycle
(1) Item Motorcycle and sidecar product for two-wheel motorcycle follow the rules of van N1.
2.02.041 United moped
(1) In order requiring registration moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
2.02.042 Small moped
(1) Item Moped be on each side must bear the inscription or sign indicating the vehicle (laddets) allowed payload.
(2) Inscriptions shall be as the example of FIG. b where the dimensions indicating minimum.


2.02.110 trailer / trailer to the car
(1) Trailer for the car follow the rules of van N1.
2.02.121 Tractor Trailer for requiring registration tractor
(1) Tractor Trailer for requiring registration tractor follow the rules of van N1.
2.02.151 trailer for motorcycle
(1) trailer for motorcycle follow the rules of trailer to car.
2.02.200 Road Train
(1) Articulated in certain combination should be on each side of the vehicle combination must bear the inscription indicating the maximum permissible weight and allowed cargo or payload of the vehicle combination. If the trailer is approved for more specific cars or car approved for more specific semi-trailers must be of markings on the individual vehicles indicated the permissible total weight and the permissible load or the payload for the different combinations. Will such phrase be too bulky because of the number of combinations that can inscriptions omitted if the information is contained on the car's clutch certificate.
2.02.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection
(1) Truck N2 and N3 with sliding fifth wheel must also be provided with inscriptions or sign stating the maximum permissible fifth wheel load and with an arrow indicating the location of the center line of the main bolt in fifth-wheel in the stool position, which is used in determining permitted fifth wheel load.
Markings or sign shall be as the example of FIG. c, where the stated dimension indicates minimum.


(2) Semi-trailer and towed tool on semi-trailer chassis and dolly must bear the inscription or sign indicating permissible load or payload allowable kingpin pressure and permitted total axle load.
Markings or sign shall be as the example of FIG. d, where the dimensions indicating minimum.


(3) Truck for synsfri interconnection with trailer O3 or O4 or outboard gear on chassis for such a trailer to be in a clearly visible place on the back of the car bear inscriptions or sign indicating the trailer largest total weight, center-axle largest V-value and coupling the vehicle length.
Markings or sign shall be as the example of FIG. e if the car has vejvenlig suspension of the drive shaft, and Fig. f if the car does not have vejvenlig suspension of the drive shaft. The figures on the dimensions set for a specific minimum.


(4) For trailer O3 and O4 (except dolly) and their equipment on the chassis of such a trailer applies:



a) The vehicle must pull rod bear the inscription or sign indicating its coupling length.

Markings or sign shall be as the example of FIG. g, where the dimensions indicating minimum.



b) On-cart and their tool of cart type, inscription or divorced also state the vehicle V values.

Markings or sign shall be as the example of FIG. h where the dimensions indicating minimum.
For cart and their tool of cart type, which is limited to synsfri interconnection with air suspension car, the statement "V-value (mech.)" Is replaced with the text "Only cushioned car".




c) If the drawbar is shiftable be a unique marker, eg two opposing arrows clearly indicate drawbar position at the specified clutch length. The symbol must be placed on the inscription or plaque or near it.

2.02.362 Tow truck
(1) Tow truck (crane) must be provided with notice indicating the maximum permissible weight that may be placed in the saving device (crane hook, transport lift) and the maximum authorized weight of the towed vehicle . The inscription can also specify allowed mass at different attachment of the crane.
2.03 Inscription on speed limit

2.03.001 General provisions

(1) If the registration or licensing a vehicle set a different speed limit than those in the Highway Code, §§ 2 and 43 set, the vehicle must be provided with an inscription or a grid that indicates the operator of that vehicle so fixed speed limit.
For semi-trailers (including motor) and mobile crane, the provisions of the Ordinance on special transport.
(2) Inscription or tablet must be placed at the rear.
(3) Inscription or board shall be as shown in the example below, in which the targets are given in millimeters:


Third Weight and dimensions
3.01 Weight and axle load etc.
3.01.001 General provisions
(1) Permitted axle load, allowable load and gross vehicle weight must not exceed the vehicle manufacturer guaranteed, technically permissible.
(2) In connection with the provisions on axle load and total weight are considered axles whose mutual distance is less than 1.00 m, as one axle.
(3) Axle weight can not exceed 10000 kg.
(4) For vehicles that are equipped with smooth rollers, the axle load does not exceed 10 kg per. berøringsfladens mm of width.
Is the roller outer diameter less than 0.50 m, reduced the permissible load in the ratio of the actual diameter and a diameter of 0.50 m.
(5) For vehicle wholly or partly fitted with belts, the permissible pressure on a roller not exceed 1.500 kg.
Is the belt width less than 0.35 m, reduced the allowable pressure for the relationship between the belt actual width and a width of 0.35 m.
(6) Total weight must not exceed the sum of the authorized axle loads for semi-trailer and trailer with a kingpin or rigid drawbar, however, the sum of the permissible axle loads and permissible clutch pressure.
(7) For vehicle equipped with smooth rollers, the maximum permissible laden weight does not exceed
15.000 kg with an additional 250 kg for each full 0.20 m at which the distance between the vehicle's first and last axle exceeds 2 50 m.
(8) For vehicle wholly or partly fitted with belts, the maximum permissible weight not exceeding 4.000 kg per. m of distance between the front and rear roller, however, 16,000 kg.
3.01.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) The maximum permissible weight at least 20% of which rest on the steering axles.
(2) For motor vehicle with two axles, the permissible total weight does not exceed 18.000 kg.
(3) motor vehicle with three axles, the permissible total weight does not exceed
26.000 kg. The vehicle's drive shaft must have twin tires fitted and vejvenlig suspension, or none of the maximum permissible axle loads must not exceed 9.500 kg.
For other motor vehicles with three axles, the permissible total weight does not exceed 24.000 kg, see. However section. 3.01.023 (1).
(4) motor vehicle with four or more axles, the permissible total weight does not exceed 32.000 kg. The distance between the vehicle's front and rear axle shall be 6.40 m or more. If the two front axles are steered, it is sufficient that the said distance is 5.00 m or more.
For other motor vehicles with four or more axles, the permissible total weight does not exceed 29.500 kg.
(5) Allowed drive axle can be up to 11.500 kg, if the driving axle is fitted with twin tires fitted and vejvenlig suspension.
(6) For bogie with two axles, the total allowable axle load be until:









a)


19.000 kg, if the distance between the axles less than 2.00 m but less than 1.30 m, and the drive shaft is fitted with twin tires fitted and






-


vejvenlig suspension or






-



each axle permissible axle load does not exceed 9.500 kg.





b)


16.000 kg, if the distance between the axles less than 2.00 m but less than 1.00 m.






If the distance between the axles is 1.30 m, also applies:






-


The drive shaft must be fitted with twin tires fitted and vejvenlig suspension, or






-


each axle permissible axle loads must not exceed 8.000 kg.





c)


11.500 kg, if the distance between the axles less than 1.00 m.





(7) For bogie with three axles, the total allowable axle load does not exceed 24.000 kg.
The total permissible axle loads must not exceed 22.000kg if only one of the mutually wheelbase is 1.30 m.
(8) in section. 3.01.001 (3) and above under. (2) - (7) above determines the permitted axle load and total weight does not apply to motor vehicle used to haul trailer.
3.01.023 Passenger M3
(1) For articulated bus with three axles, the permissible total weight does not exceed 28.000 kg and the articulated bus with four or more axles, the permissible total weight does not exceed 34.000 kg.
3.01.030 Motorcycle
(1) curb weight, at least 25% of which rest on the front wheel / the front wheels.
(2) For two-wheel motorcycle with and without a person sidecar and three-wheel motorcycle person must be at curb weight plus 75 kg. Passenger least 25% of which rest on the front wheel / the front wheels.
(3) For two-wheel motorcycle with product sidecar and three-wheel motorcycle product shall be permissible weight at least 25% of which rest on the front wheel / the front wheels.
3.01.041 United moped
(1) In order requiring registration moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
3.01.042 Small moped
(1) curb weight, at least 25% of which rest on the front wheel.
1) Car may only be used in international traffic loaded as stated in section. 3.01.020.
(2) For goods moped applies also to know the maximum weight at least 25% of which rest on the front wheel.
3.01.050 Tractor
(1) In fact, total weight, at least 20% of which rest on the steering wheel.
3.01.060 Motor Gear
(1) For power equipment, the rules of the tractor.
(2) The rules on weight on the steering wheel does not apply to trucks that meet the Executive Order on the arrangement of technical aids.
3.01.099 Motorised loader
(1) of section. 3.01.001 (3), (5) and (8) and the section. 3.01.010 (2) - (8) above determines the permitted axle load and total weight does not apply to motorized loader.
3.01.100 Trailer
(1) For trailer with three or more axles, the permissible total weight does not exceed 24.000 kg. This same trailer tool for car built on such chassis.
(2) For trailer for vehicles with four or more axles, the two front is steered with a distance of less than 1.80 m, the permissible total weight, however, be up to 30.000 kg, if the trailer has antilock brakes. The same applies to towed tool for car built on such chassis.
(3) For semi-trailer and trailer with a kingpin or rigid drawbar, the total allowable axle load does not exceed 24.000 kg.
(4) For bogie with two axles, the total allowable axle weight does not exceed:







a)


18.000 kg, if the distance between the axles is 1.80 m, but at least 1.30 m.





Does the total allowable axle load 16.000 kg, the permissible axle load for each axle does not exceed 9.000 kg.



b)



16.000 kg, if the distance between the axles is 1.30 m, but at least 1.00 m.





For each axle must the permissible load does not exceed 8.000 kg.



c)


11.000 kg, if the distance between the axles less than 1.00 m.





For each axle must the permissible load does not exceed 8.000 kg.
(5) For bogie with three axles, the total allowable axle weight does not exceed:



a) 24.000 kg, however

b) 22.000 kg, if only one of the mutually wheelbase is 1.30 m, but at least 1.00 m and

c) 21.000 kg, if only one of the mutually wheelbase is 1.00 m. The total permissible load must be equally distributed on each axle.

3.01.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) Total weight is 150 kg.
(2) of the motorcycle declaration on technical permissible weight of the trailer, see. Section. 3.01.200 (2) a), may be replaced by a declaration by the manufacturer of the coupling device.
This statement must include the motorcycle.
3.01.199 semi
(1) of section. 3.01.001 (3) - (5), (7) and (8) and the section. 3.01.100 listed determines the permitted axle load and total weight does not apply to semi-trailers.

3.01.200 Road Train

(1) Actual total weight must not exceed:



a) 54.000 kg for combined vehicles with seven or more axles, which consists of car and trailer to registration.

b) 48.000 kg for combined vehicles with six axles, which consists of car and trailer to registration.

c) 44.000 kg for other vehicles.

(2) combinations must be the maximum authorized weight does not exceed:



a) the manufacturer of the towing vehicle guaranteed technical permissible and

b) the manufacturer of the coupling device guaranteed technical permissible.

(3) combinations of vehicles where the towing vehicle is a car with a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg, the maximum authorized weight - for semi-trailer and trailer with rigid drawbar total axle load - not exceed:



a) 50% of the towing vehicle's curb weight, if the trailer is equipped with a service brake,

b) the towing vehicle maximum permissible weight, if the trailer is equipped with a service brake and

c) 1.5 times the towing vehicle permissible total weight of a car all terrain, and the trailer is fitted with a service brake. The trailer permissible total weight, respectively, total axle loads must not exceed 3.500 kg.

(4) combinations with to registration trailer where the towing vehicle is a car with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg, the maximum authorized weight - for semi-trailer and trailer with rigid drawbar total axle load - must not exceed 1.5 times the towing vehicle permissible total weight.
(5) combinations with to registration trailer towed by a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of more than 3500 kg or of a tractor shall be permissible weight at least 20% of which rest on the towing vehicle's drive wheels. The provision may be considered satisfied for cars that are equipped with bogie with one drive shaft and liftable / aflastbar bogie if the drive shaft permissible axle loads less than 20% of the maximum permissible laden weight.
(6) Blokvognstog must comply with the provision in section. (2).
(7) combinations with not-to registration outboard tool where the towing vehicle is a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of more than 3500 kg must påhængsredska bets weight - for outboard gear with rigid drawbar total axle load - not exceed the towing vehicle's overall weight unless outboard gear bears the service brake.
(8) combinations with vehicle equipped with smooth rollers, the maximum permissible laden weight does not exceed 15.000 kg with an additional 250 kg for each full 0.20 m at which the distance between the wagon train's first and last axle exceeds 2 50 m.
(9) combinations with motorcycle and trailer of the trailer total weight does not exceed 50% of the motorcycle own weight.
3.01.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection
(1) For vehicle used by the rules of synsfri interconnection, they apply in Section 3.01.200, para. (2) - (4) above rules using real total mass or actual axle load of the trailer.
3.01.320 School Vehicle

(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
3.02 height, width and length
3.02.001 General provisions
(1) A vehicle must not be greater height than 4.00 m. The height measured vertically from level roadway to the part that protrudes highest up , but with the exception of



- Antennas

- Pantographs or trolley booms in their elevated position.

For vehicles with liftable bogie measured with the shaft in the position that gives the greatest height.
(2) A vehicle must not be wider than 2.55 m, see. However section. (3) and (4). Wide-measured to the furthest protruding parts, although ignored



- Customs sealing devices and their protection (shielding)

- Devices for securing the tarpaulin and such devices protection (shielding)

- Indicators of dæksprængning,

- Protruding flexible parts of the wheel guards,

- Lighting,

- Tail lifts, access ramps and similar equipment in running order on passenger M2 / M3, provided that the equipment do not exceed 10 mm from the car's sides that its forward or rearward corners are rounded with a radius of at least 5 mm and that its edges are rounded with a radius of at least 2.5 mm,

- Mirrors and other devices for indirect vision

- Tire pressure gauges,

- Steps that can be folded (preferred) in,

- Deflected portions of the sidewalls immediately above the point where the tire touches the road surface

- Watching aids, and

- Retractable lateral guidance devices on buses and coaches intended for use on guided bus systems, if not retracted.

(3) A vehicle with temperature controlled building must have a width of up to 2.60 m.
By temperature controlled building means a fixed or removable structure specially designed for the transport of goods at controlled temperatures and whose side walls, inclusive of insulation at least 45 mm.
Section 3.02.200 (4) shall also apply to vehicles with temperature-controlled building.
(4) Tractor and tractor trailer must have a width of up to 3.00 meters and width and exceeding 2.55 m due solely to wheel mounting and wheel guards. Such a tractor or tractor trailer may only be used to drive between fields and farm buildings, the properties that have the combination of common property, or between an agricultural and its customers. The tractor must also run to and from sight.
(5) For power equipment, labor or outboard tool designed for agricultural, forestry or road work width for both the truck, the trailer exceed 2.55 m. The width may only exceed 3.30 meters and running between fields and farm buildings, the properties that have the implement of common property, or between an agricultural and its customers.
(6) The length of a vehicle or combination of vehicles is measured over the parts that protrude the furthest forward or backward, although ignored



- The windscreen,

- Labeling plates (badges) front and back,

- Customs sealing devices and their protection (shielding)

- The device for securing the tarpaulin and protection of these (foreclosure)

- Lighting,

- Mirrors and other devices for indirect vision

- Watching aids,

- Air intake

- Length stops for demountable structure

- Access steps and hand grips

- Ram rubbers and similar equipment,

- Tail lifts, access ramps and similar equipment in running order, provided that the exposure does not exceed 0.30 m, and the vehicle load option is not increased,

- Coupling on the towing vehicle

- Trolley booms of electrically-powered vehicles, and

- External sun visors.

Road Train measured fully extended, corresponding to straight travel.
(7) When measuring distances (floor length, etc.) mentioned in para. 3.02.200 (2) a) and b) except for



- The loading area forward of the rearmost point

- In section. (5) above devices and

- Protruding cooling units and other auxiliaries placed in front of the loading area.

3.02.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) length must, except passenger M2 and M3 not exceed 12.00 m.
3.02.022 Passenger M2
(1) A passenger M2 with two axles must not have a length exceeding 13.50 m.

(2) A passenger M2 with more than two axles must not have a length exceeding 15.00 m.
(3) articulated bus length can be up to 18.75 m.
3.02.023 passenger M3
(1) for passenger M3, the rules for passenger M2.
3.02.040 Moped
(1) Two-wheel moped must not be wider than 1.00 m.
3.02.099 Motorised loader
(1) The provisions of section. 3.02.001 and 3.02.010 does not apply to motorized loader.
3.02.110 trailer / trailer to the car
(1) For semi-trailer must



a) coupling length should not exceed 12.00 m, although by measurement disregarding the parts listed in the section. 3.02.001 (5) and

b) the horizontal distance (radius) between the kingpin axis and an arbitrary point on the semi-trailer's front end does not exceed 2.04 m, where a measurement is not disregarded any part.

For trailer with two head bolts, the provisions of the front head bolt.
(2) For trailers, the length does not exceed 12.00 m.
(3) For semi-trailer, the distance from the kingpin to the bogie theoretical spindle not exceed 8.15 m.
For trailer with one or more axles calculated with the distance from the kingpin to the fixed shaft, respective the middle between the fixed axles.
For semi-trailer, where one or more axles is retractable, such provision shall be complied with lifted axle / axles.
For extendable trailer rule must be met in the retracted position.
3.02.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) The length should not exceed 2.50 m.
(2) The width must not exceed 1.00 m.
3.02.199 semi
( 1) the provisions of section. 3.02.001 does not apply to semi-trailers.
3.02.200 Road Train
(1) The total length must not exceed



a) 16.50 m for combinations of car and semi-trailer.

b) 18.75 m for other vehicles.

(2) For combinations of tractor and one or two trailers, the length does not exceed 22.00 meters. The length may only exceed 18.75 meters and running between fields and farm buildings, the properties that have the combination common property, or between contractors and their customers, and that the overall body length does not exceed 15.65 m.
(3) combinations of tractors and motorized equipment with one trailer, the length does not exceed 22.00 meters. the length may only exceed 18.75 meters and running between fields and farm buildings, the properties that have the combination of common property, or between contractors and their customers, and if transported a tool that is associated with the towing vehicle function.
(4) road train consisting of truck and trailer applies:



a) The maximum distance measured parallel to the wagon train longitudinal axis from laddets foremost point behind the cab to the trailer rear point must not exceed 16.40 m.

b) The maximum distance measured parallel to the wagon train longitudinal axis from laddets foremost point behind the cab to the trailer rear point minus the distance between the rear of the vehicle and trailer's front end must not exceed 15.65 m. This does not apply combinations specially designed for auto transport.

c) The distance between the vehicle's rear axle and the trailer front axle must not be less than 3.00 m.

(5) The distance between the rear edge of the tractor and the front edge of the platform or structure on a trailer or towed to registration tool must not exceed 2.00 m. For non-towed to registration tool, the distance does not exceed 4.00 m.
(6 ) to registration trailer to the car may not have a width exceeding the towing vehicle width of more than 0.35 m in each side.
(7) articulated with 5 or more axles, the distance between the vehicle's rear axle and semi-trailer front axle must be:



a) 2.50 m, however

b) 3.00 m, if the trailer has three axles where no spacing is less than 1.10 m and

c) 4.00 m for articulated vehicles with a maximum weight of over 44,000 kg.

(8) Blokvognstog must comply with the provision in section. (5).
3.02.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection
(1) For articulated vehicles used by the rules on synsfri interconnection applies in point. 3.02.200 (5) c) provision indicated using real total mass.
(2) For truck to synsfri interconnection with trailer or semi tool on semi-trailer chassis must clutch length does not exceed 4.50 m. For trucks with sliding fifth wheel, the provision in the stool position, which is used in determining permitted fifth wheel load.
(3) Coupling length may be up to 6.50 m




a) for semi-trailer, wherein between the cab and a fifth wheel mounted crane with a capacity of 25 tonne meters, and

b) for semi-trailer, where the truck has at least four axles and approved to haul trailer.

3.02.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
3.02.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way
(1) For vehicles involved in snow preparedness, is seen when measuring the length away from snerydningsaggregat or fittings therefor.
(2) A snow plow may have a width of up to 3.50 m.
Fourth Steering
4.01.001 General provisions
(1) Steering must be so arranged



a) that the vehicle can be controlled easily, safely and quickly

b) that it can withstand the stresses generated under normal operating conditions,

c) it while driving either self-righting or indifferent to all steering angle, and

d) that the vehicle can be controlled, even if a possible help control failure.

(2) The control devices must be easy to operate, and its direction of movement must correspond to the intended change in direction of the vehicle.
(3) wheelhouse must be firmly attached to the pillars, and all joints in the steering system must be adequately secured.
(4) Parts of the transmission between the control and the steered wheels, which are not protected by fixed parts of the vehicle must be placed at least 0.15 m above the ground.
(5) Need not because of wear or the like occur significant slack in the steering system as a whole or in its parts.
4.01.002 ESC
(1) ESC (electronic stability system) is a system which can prevent overturning and skidding by braking one or more wheels.
4.01.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) Motorized vehicles must be equipped with steering with mechanical connection between the control device of the steering wheel.
(2) The control apparatus may not act on the rear wheels only.
4.01.020 Car
(1) There shall be no mechanical connection to the wheels with ASE if the vehicle meets the requirements for additional management of Directive 70/311 / EEC as amended by 1999/7 / EC and ECE regulations 79-01.
(2) Car must be able to turn in a swept circle having an outer radius of 12,50 m and an inner radius of 5.30 m.
When measuring venderadierne disregarding the parts mentioned in para. 3.02.001 (2). For vehicles with liftable bogie measured together with the axle lifted.
(3) When a car runs tangentially into the circular referred to in section. (2) no part move outside the tangent by more than 0,60 m.
4.01.021 Passenger M1
(1) Passenger M1 not have forward control must be provided with protective steering that meet the constructive elements of one of the following rules:



a) ECE Regulation 12-03.

b) Directive 74/297 / EEC as amended by 91/662 / EEC.

c) American standard FMVSS 203 and FMVSS 204.

4.01.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 with a maximum weight of 12,000 kg or more must be equipped with ESC. The provision does not apply to bus approved standing passengers.
4.01.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 with a maximum weight exceeds 2.000 kg must comply with provisions on protective steering in point. 4.01.021 (1).
4.01.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) ¤-steering equipment must be such that:



a) the maximum steering angle is at least 25 ° to either side, and

b) that at any steering angle is sufficient space for the driver's hands.

(2) For the control apply



a) that the width should be more than 0.55 m,

b) that the handle must not be positioned lower than the driver's seat surface and not higher than 0.30 m or more and

c) the regime must be attached directly to the front fork.

4.01.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar follow the rules for two-wheel motorcycle.
4.01.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycle with a front wheel follows the rules for two-wheel motorcycle.
(2) Three-wheel motorcycle with two front wheels follow the rules of car.
4.01.041 United moped
(1) In order requiring registration moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
4.01.042 Small moped
(1) For the control apply



a) that the width of persons and goods moped must be more than 0.50 m,

b) handle must not be positioned lower than the seat surface and not higher than 0.30 m above, and

c) the regime must be attached directly to the front fork.

4.01.050 Tractor

(1) The tractor may be provided with the control device which operates



a) on the front wheels alone

b) on the rear wheels alone or

c) simultaneously on the front and rear wheels.

(2) Tractor can be equipped with steering with hydraulic transmission between the control and the steered wheels.
(3) Tractor can be equipped with steering with electric transmission between the controls and steering, if the system is a two-circuit system.
4.01.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor Gear follow the rules of the tractor.
4.01.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized semi-trailers with a maximum design speed of 30 km / h or less follow the rules of the tractor.
(2) Other motor blokvogn follow the rules of car. Motorised loader However, do not meet section. 4.01.020 (2) turning circle.
4.01.100 Trailer
(1) trailer with self-steering axle must comply with the provisions on fluctuations of the rear of Directive 70/311 / EEC as amended by 1999/7 / EC or ECE Regulation 79-01.
(2) trailer and towed gear shall be fitted with steering if the distance between the front and rear axle exceeds 2.58 m. Such steering must act on the front axle.
(3) Semi-trailer may be provided with mechanically steering the axle / axles.
(4) Semi-trailer may be equipped with hydraulically actuated, automatic steering axle / axles. The following guidelines must be met:



a) The steering equipment shall meet the constructional provisions of Directive 70/311 / EEC as amended by 92/62 / EEC or ECE Regulation 79-01.

b) Red light for the pressure drop in the hydraulic system must be available on the driver of the towing truck or at the front left corner of the trailer, located at a height and with such intensity that it is clearly visible in the vehicle's left side mirror. The indicator light or a similar indicator light should also turn on, if not all valves are correctly locked or automatic control.

c) There shall be a system (with indicator lights electricity. etc.), which enables precise manual alignment of the shafts straight.

d) System for additional, manual control from the outside is allowed if the system can only be operated by a pedestrian, located at the rear of the trailer.

e) System for additional, manual control from the operator's station is allowed not extendable articulated the meaning. However section. 4.01.310 (2). A road train must be fitted with a system that technically effectively prevents the vehicle combination drive faster than 10 km / h when the system is made possible manual control.

f) Instruction in Danish relating to all aspects surrounding the operation and maintenance of the control system must be available at the trailer.

g) In the vicinity of the semi-trailer inscriptions on instruments shall be available inscription with the following text:

»Hydraulic controlled semi-trailer. See the instruction manual. "
4.01.199 semi
(1) Low loaders can be fitted with steering on one or more axles under the rules of the trailer.
4.01.200 Road Train
(1) train, where the towing vehicle is a car to be able to turn in a swept circle having an outer radius of 12,50 m and an inner radius of 5.30 m, the provisions of section. 4.01.020 (2) shall apply accordingly.
The provision does not apply to combinations with semi-trailers.
(2) Putting train, where the trailer meets the requirements of section. 3.02.110 (3) the distance from the kingpin to the theoretical pivot shaft, considered to meet section. (1).
(3) When a convoy of vehicles where the towing vehicle is a car that runs tangentially into the circular referred to in section. (1), no part move outside the tangent by more than 0,60 m.
The provision does not apply to combinations with semi-trailers.
4.01.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection
(1) semi-mechanically or hydraulically actuated steering rear axle / rear axles must be equipped with coupling (2 "king pin and a steering wedge) in accordance with Directive 70/311 / EEC as amended by 92/62 / EEC or ECE Regulation 79-01.
(2) Semi-trailer with hydraulically actuated steering rear axle / rear axles must be at the left front corner of the trailer be equipped with red light for the pressure drop in the hydraulic system, located at a height and with such intensity that it is clearly visible in the truck's left side mirror. The trailer must not be equipped with the in point. section. 4.01.100 (4) e) said additional, manual control from the driver's seat.
4.01.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
4.01.330 Rental Vehicle

(1) Car rental must have the steering wheel on the left side.
Fifth Brakes
5.01 Brake Systems
5.01.001 General provisions
(1) braking system shall be so designed that the operation remains safe satisfactory in normal use and at including vibrations, etc.
(2) Wear of the brakes must be compensated in an easy manner by means of a manual or automatic adjustment.
(3) Braking system must be of a reserve of travel, that the required effect can be achieved without immediate adjustment when the brakes are hot, and when the coatings have reached a certain degree of wear.
(4) brake surfaces on mandatory brakes must be fixed mechanically connected to the wheels by means of adequate strength.
5.01.002 Service brake
(1) Service brake must be able to decelerate and stop the vehicle safely, quickly and effectively at all speeds and under all load conditions.
(2) braking system shall



a) be infinitely variable, and

b) being distributed symmetrically with respect to the vehicle's longitudinal axis.

(3) The service brake prescribed performance must be obtained by first activating the control device.
(4) For the service braking system, where the muscular force alone is not sufficient to produce it for the emergency brake required braking effect applies:



a) The system shall be equipped with an energy reserve which is sufficient even when the power source fails, the vehicle can be stopped with the emergency brake effect required

b) The vehicle must be equipped with an optical or acoustic alarm device that signals when the energy reserve falls below 65% of the lower limit of normal work.

c) That the energy to the vehicle auxiliary equipment must not be taken from the braking system energy reserve where less than 65% of the lower limit of normal work.

5.01.003 Emergency
(1) Emergency brake must be able to decelerate and stop the vehicle safely and effectively in the event of errors in the brake transmission.
(2) Emergency braking may be



a) a separate braking system,

b) combined with the service brake or

c) combined with the parking brake.

(3) of the emergency brake prescribed performance must be obtained by first activating the control device.
(4) secondary braking system shall be continuously variable.
5.01.004 Parking brake
(1) Parking Brake must be able to hold the vehicle stationary on a slope, with the working parts must be secured in the locked position by purely mechanical means.
5.01.005 Antilock brakes
(1) Anti-lock brakes must meet the constructional provisions of



a) ECE Regulation 13-09 or 13H, for motorcycles, however Regulations 78-02,

b) Directive 71/320 / EEC as amended by 98/12 / EC, or

c) for the car with hydraulic brakes American Standard FMVSS 105 or 135.

(2) Antilock brakes on car broken down in accordance with Directive 98/12 / EC in the following categories:



a) Category 1, which meets all requirements of the Directive.

b) Category 2, not have to meet specific performance requirements on the road with different friction on the right and left side.

c) Category 3, which is not subject to special stability and performance requirements on the road with different friction on the right and left side.

5.01.006 Bakbremse
(1) Bakbremse is a system that automatically brakes the vehicle using the operating or parking brake when



a) the vehicle is put into reverse, and

b) a sensing list at the back of the vehicle concerned.

(2) Bakbremse shall be such that the brake is not accidentally activated while traveling forward, if there is one fault in the electrical part of the system.
5.01.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) The driver must be the seat could activate



a) the service brake without moving your hands from the steering control,

b) the emergency brake with at least one hand on the steering control, and

c) the parking brake.

5.01.020 Car
(1) Car must be equipped with a service brake, emergency brake and parking brake.
(2) The service brake shall act on all wheels on the car.
(3) control of the parking device must be independent of the braking system control.
(4) The parking brake must also be used when the car is in motion.

(5) For car that is authorized to tow a trailer, the service brake is connected to the vehicle braking systems, the vehicle service brake could slow the car with the emergency brake required effect, if an error occurs in the transmission between car and trailer or trailer service brake.
(6) For car that is authorized to tow trailers / semi O3 or O4, both the vehicle service brake as its emergency brake to activate the trailer service brake.
(7) Car must be equipped with two-circuit service brake.
(8) Car approved to haul trailer / trailer O3 or O4 fitted with anti-lock brakes, must be fitted with control lamp and socket for the trailer anti-lock brakes in accordance with ISO 7638th
(9) The service brake must be self-adjusting.
(10) Wear and tear of brake lining must be easy to control the vehicle from the outside or underside using only the tools or equipment normally supplied with the vehicle. Control can be by means of appropriate inspection holes or otherwise. Alternatively, there may be an audible or visual control device is placed on the driver and warns when it is necessary to replace the coating. Control, which is conditional on dismantling the wheels are only allowed on passenger car M1 and N1 van.
5.01.021 Passenger M1
(1) Rear brakes on car M1 must not be self-adjusting.
5.01.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 must be equipped with anti-lock brakes in category 1
(2) Passenger M2 can be equipped with bakbremse.
5.01.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 must be equipped with anti-lock brakes in category 1
(2) Passenger M3 can be fitted with bakbremse.
5.01.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 must meet the system requirements for passenger car M1.
5.01.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 must be equipped with anti-lock brakes in category 1
(2) Truck N2 authorized to tow trailers / semi O3 and O4 fitted with air brakes shall be equipped with two-wire brake connection. Maximum pressure in the supply line must be at least 7.0 bar and a maximum of 8.5 bar and the maximum pressure in the control line should be at least 6.5 bar and a maximum of 8.5 bar.
(3) Truck N2 may not be equipped with the device which can be braked trailer alone (jackknife).
(4) Rough terrain truck N2 should not have self-adjusting brakes.
(5) N2 truck may be provided with bakbremse.
5.01.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 must meet the system requirements for truck N2.
(2) N3 truck may be provided with bakbremse.
5.01.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with a service brake, divided into two independent braking systems, which work on a separate wheel.
(2) About brake systems controls the following:



a) Front brake must be hand-operated with the handle placed on handlebar right side.

b) On a motorcycle with an automatic clutch to the rear brake be manually operated with the handle placed on handlebar left side.

c) Rear wheel brake can be combined with the front wheel brake.

5.01.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar shall be equipped with a service brake, divided into two independent braking systems, which work on a separate wheel of the motorcycle.
(2) The braking system shall not be distributed symmetrically with respect to the vehicle's longitudinal axis.
(3) Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar, also approved with a trailer must also be equipped with the brake on the sidecar wheel.
5.01.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycles must meet the system requirements for car.
5.01.041 United moped
(1) For large moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
5.01.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must be equipped with a service brake, divided into two independent braking systems, which work on a separate wheel. None of these braking systems must act on the tire or rim.
5.01.050 Tractor
(1) The tractor must be equipped with a service brake, emergency brake and parking brake.
(2) The service brake must act on the wheels of at least one axle.
(3) The parking brake may be a locking device that locks the tractor's transmission system (transmission lock).
5.01.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor equipment must meet the system requirements for tractors.
(2) Motorised equipment is designed to be operated by a pedestrian, shall be such that it automatically comes to a halt if the operator releases the handle.
5.01.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized semi-trailers with a maximum authorized speed not exceeding 30 km / h must meet the system requirements for tractors.

(2) Motorized semi-trailers with a permitted maximum speed of 45 km / h must meet the system requirements for car, except the requirement for anti-lock brakes.
(3) Motorized semi-trailers with a permitted maximum speed of 60 km / h must meet the system requirements for car and must be equipped with anti-lock brakes in category 1
5.01.110 trailer / trailer to the car
(1 ) trailer / trailer to the vehicle must be equipped with a service brake and parking brake.
(2) The service brake shall act on all wheels of the vehicle.
(3) The service brake shall be such that the vehicle is automatically braked in case of breakage of the coupling between the car and the trailer / semi-trailer. For brakes can be done by detonating wire.
(4) The service brake on the trailer must be connected to the towing vehicle is operating the brake.
(5) Wear of brake pads must be easy to control the vehicle from the outside or underside using only the tools or equipment normally supplied with the vehicle. Control can be by means of appropriate inspection holes or otherwise.
5.01.111 trailer / trailer O1
(1) trailer / trailer O1 need not be fitted with brakes.
(2) If the trailer / semi-trailer O1 is fitted with brakes, they must meet the system requirements for brakes on the trailer / semi-trailer O2.
5.01.112 trailer / semi-trailer O2
(1) service brakes of the trailer O2 must



a) be connected to the towing vehicle service brake or

b) be a retarder.

(2) The provision in section. 5.01.110 (3) need not apply for trailer O2, with one axle or with two axles with a distance of less than 1.00 m, provided



a) the maximum permissible weight not exceeding 1.500 kg, and

b) that, in addition to the coupling device between car and trailer, also found an additional mechanical connection, which may take the form of a chain or a wire, in the case of the coupling separates, prevents the trailer drawbar from touching the ground and can maintain some control of the trailer.

5.01.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) The service brake must be connected to the towing vehicle service brake.
(2) trailer / trailer O3 with air brakes must be equipped with two-wire brake connection.
(3) trailer / trailer O3 shall be equipped with anti-lock brakes as well as connectors for the anti-lock brakes in accordance with ISO 7638:
(4) The service brake must be self-adjusting.
(5) trailer / trailer O3 that only approved in fixed or variable combination, can be provided with bakbremse.
5.01.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) trailer / trailer O4 must meet the system requirements for trailer / semi O3.
(2) trailer / trailer O4 that only approved in fixed or variable combination, can be provided with bakbremse.
5.01.120 Tractor Trailer
(1) Tractor trailer must be equipped with a service brake, see. However section. (2). The service brake



a) act on at least one axle, and

b) must be connected to the tractor's service brake or be a retarder.

(2) At least 50% of the wagon train's actual total weight must rest on the braked wheels. If these can consist only of the braking wheels of the towing vehicle with the braking wheels on any other special trailer of the combination, the trailer not have brakes.
5.01.130 trailer for motorized equipment
(1) Trailer for power equipment must meet the system requirements for tractor trailer.
5.01.141 Caravan
(1) Camper must meet the system requirements for trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
5.01.142 Other to registration outboard gear
(1) Other trailers to registration tool must meet the system requirements for trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
5.01.143 Non-trailer to registration tool
(1) Non-trailer to registration tool must meet the system requirements for tractor trailer.
5.01.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) If the trailer for motorcycle is equipped with a service brake, this must be a retarder.
5.01.199 semi
(1) Low loader must be equipped with a service brake and parking brake.
(2) Low loader with a permitted maximum speed of 30 km / h must meet the system requirements for tractor trailer.
(3) Low loader with a permitted maximum speed of 45 km / h must meet the system requirements for trailer / semi-trailer to the car, except for the requirement for anti-lock brakes.
(4) Low loader with a permitted maximum speed of 60 km / h must meet the system requirements for trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
5.01.200 Road Train

(1) combinations with two trailers, one of which is fitted with drawbar and the other is not equipped with brakes, the trailer without brakes switched back.
5.01.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection
(1) Car synsfri interconnection with trailer with maximum authorized weight not exceeding 3,500 kg shall be the coupling device be provided with fittings for connecting the trailer exploded wire for automatic braking. It must not be placed on any detachable part of the coupling device.
(2) Is the trailer with a maximum weight not exceeding 3,500 kg equipped with the operating brake, it shall be designed as inertia brakes with mechanical or hydraulic transmission, and be provided with explosives wire for automatic braking.
(3) trailer / trailer O3 and O4 and to registration Towed equipment on the chassis of such trailers must be equipped with air brakes.
(4) Loader to synsfri interconnection with trailer / semi O3 or O4 and their equipment on the chassis of such trailers must be equipped with indicator light and connector for trailer anti-lock brakes in accordance with IS0 7638th
(5) Loader to synsfri interconnection with trailer / semi O3 or O4 or outboard gear on chassis for such a trailer must be equipped with two-wire brake connection. Maximum pressure in the supply line must be at least 7.0 bar and a maximum of 8.5 bar and the maximum pressure in the control line should be at least 6.5 bar and a maximum of 8.5 bar.
5.01.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
5.01.361 Invalid Vehicle
(1) Invalid Vehicle with hand-operated service brake must not comply with the provision in 5.01.010 (1) a).
5.01.410 Vehicle for transport of dangerous goods
(1) Trailer for the car to transport of dangerous goods in tank must be equipped with a service brake that is connected to the towing vehicle service brake.
5.02 Brake Components
5.02.001 General provisions
(1) The service braking systems, where the wear of brake linings do not result in increased migration of the control,







a)


should the available brake shoe center lift (Sb) be at least





Sb = 1.2 + 0.002 • d mm





for self-adjusting brakes at least





Sb = 0.85 (1.2 + 0.002 • d) mm,





where d is the brake drum inside diameter, or



b)


the service braking system meeting the requirements of type II fadingprøven of Directive 71/320 / EEC (Annex II, para. 1.4).





Other service braking systems must be at the required deceleration maximum use 2/3 of the operating device travel possible.
5.02.002 Hydraulic system
(1) Hydraulic components must be tight.
(2) liquid tank openings shall be readily accessible and the fluid level must be easily controlled, if necessary. by means of a warning device.
(3) Components of a foot-operated facilities must withstand a force of 1000 N (100 kp).
(4) Cars with hydraulic brake transmission must be equipped with a red indicator light that glows if part of a hydraulic transmission system. Alternatively, the indicator light lights up if the fluid level in the reservoirs is below a certain value.
5.02.003 Compressed air
(1) Compressed air tanks must be of a size that after eight brake applications without the supply of compressed air, can be slowed down by at least 50% of the required effect.
(2) compressor must have sufficient capacity to fill containers that are part of the braking system from empty to 65% of the lower limit of the working pressure of less than 3 minutes for motor vehicles and 6 minutes for vehicles.
(3) Compressed air tanks must be equipped with devices without tools enables condensate draining. This does not apply to containers on vehicles equipped with an air dryer in compressed air system.

(4) Compressed air system must, in addition with pressure control device, be provided with an appropriate set safety valve connected near the compressor.
(5) The mandatory warning device for insufficient pressure in the air reservoir may be replaced or supplemented with a manometer that can be read from the driver's seat.
5.02.004 The latter type
(1) Påløbsarrangementet must have a short-term påløbskraft before the brake is at least 2% of the total trailer weight.
(2) the required braking power, the need to påløbskraft not exceed 10% of the total trailer weight.
5.02.005 spring brake
(1) A spring brake must not be used in a service brake system.
(2) The structure of the pressure in the brake system from trykløshed must spring brakes of motor vehicle could not be relaxed until the pressure in the service braking system is sufficient to ensure that the prescribed secondary braking power for a laden vehicle can be accomplished using braking system control.
5.02.006 Tagging ALB
(1) Car except passenger M1 and trailer / semi-trailer to the car that has automatic load-dependent brake force control shall be provided with a label which makes it possible to control the bremsekraftregulerings automatic setting.
5.02.007 Brake linings
(1) Brake linings must be asbestos on the following vehicles:



- Car

- Motorcycles

- Great moped

- Trailer / semi-trailer for car

- Caravan and

- Second to registration outboard gear.

5.02.008 Test Connections
(1) Truck and trailer / semi-trailer to the car that has air braking system and automatic load-dependent braking regulation must be in the pressure pipe before and after the LSV valve be provided with a test connection designed in accordance with international standard ISO 3583-1982.
5.03 Performance
5.03.001 General provisions
(1) The requirements of a driftsbremses or emergency brake effect shall be fulfilled when braking on smooth, level road with good adhesion,



a) with cold brakes by braking beginning

b) without any wheel blocks,

c) without deviation of the vehicle from its course,

d) without abnormal vibrations

e) without the permissible operating force is exceeded, as well

f) at all load conditions between service weight and gross weight.

(2) The requirements of a parking brake effect shall be fulfilled when braking on road with good adhesion,



a) cold performance,

b) without the permissible operating force is exceeded, as well

c) at all load conditions between weight and gross weight.

5.03.020 Car
(1) Two-circuit service brake, if a failure occurs in the brake transmission, could give the car a deceleration of at least 30% of the service brake performance required deceleration in gross weight.
(2) braking braking forces shall be distributed on axles that for a given braking rates (D0) in no shaft exercised greater coefficient of friction (μ) than determined by:
μ ≤1,18  d0 + 0.082.
The provision must be met for d0 <0.8 and μ <0.8.
Provision need not apply for car with antilock brakes of category 1 or 2, or with anti-lock brakes in category 3, which only works on the rear wheels and meeting point. 5.01.005 (1).
Provision must also not apply for car that meets American standard FMVSS 135 for blocking order.
(3) The parking brake must be able to keep the car stationary on an 18% gradient.
(4) The parking brake on the car that are authorized to tow trailers other than semi-trailers must be able to keep the combination of vehicles stationary on a hillside with 12% gradient.
(5) The service brake must meet the requirements of type I fadingprøven of Directive 71/320 / EEC as amended by 98/12 / EC (Annex II, para. 1.3), or fadingprøven American standard FMVSS 135.
5.03 0.021 Passenger M1
(1) the service brake must be able to give the car a deceleration of at least 5.8 m / s2.
(2) The emergency brake must be able to give the car a deceleration of at least 2,9 m / s2.
(3) The service brake must



a) at all load conditions between service weight and gross vehicle weight, and

b) regardless of the road surface friction, and

c) at all decelerations up to 8.0 m / s2

Not block the rear wheels before the front wheels.
(4) The operating force should not exceed 500 N (50 kp) by foot operation and 400 N (40 kp) by hand operation.
5.03.022 Passenger M2

(1) The service brake must be able to give the car a deceleration of at least 5,0 m / s2.
(2) The emergency brake must be able to give the car a deceleration of at least 2.5 m / s2.
(3) braking operating time must not be greater than 0.5 s.
(4) The operating force must not exceed 700 N (70 kp) by foot operation and 600 N (60 kp) by hand operation.
5.03.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 shall meet the performance requirements for passenger car M2.
5.03.024 Vans N1
(1) The service brake must be able to give the car a deceleration of at least 5,0 m / s2.
(2) The emergency brake must be able to give the car a deceleration of at least 2.5 m / s2.
(3) Vans N1, where the ratio of permissible rear axle load and rear axle load at curb weight does not exceed 1.5, or the permissible total weight is less than 2,000 kg must meet section. 5.03.021 (3).
(4) The operating force must not exceed 700 N (70 kp) by foot operation and 600 N (60 kp) by hand operation.
5.03.025 Truck N2
(1) The service brake must be able to give the car a deceleration of at least 5,0 m / s2.
(2) The emergency brake must be able to give the car a deceleration of at least 2.2 m / s2.
(3) braking operating time must not be greater than 0.5 s.
(4) The operating force must not exceed 700 N (70 kp) by foot operation and 600 N (60 kp) by hand operation.
(5) Truck N2 authorized to tow trailers / semi O3 or O4 fitted with air brakes, to have the connection between braking rate and control line pressures, as listed in Annex II (Supplement to section. 1.1.4.2 ) Directive 71/320 / EEC as amended by 75/524 / EEC.
(6) Activation time for compressed air systems in the vehicle's brake system incl. connection to a trailer must meet the requirements of Annex III to Directive 71/320 / EEC as amended by 79/489 / EEC.
5.03.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 must meet the performance requirements for truck N2.
5.03.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) The service brake must be able to give the motorcycle a deceleration of at least 5,0 m / s2.
(2) At curb weight should:



a) Front brake alone could give the motorcycle a deceleration of at least 3.9 m / s2.

b) Rear brake alone could give the motorcycle a deceleration of at least 3.1 m / s2.

(3) The operating force should not exceed 400 N (40 kp) by foot operation and 200 N (20 kp) by hand operation.
5.03.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar shall meet the performance requirements for two-wheel motorcycle.
5.03.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) The service brake must be able to give the motorcycle a deceleration of at least 5,0 m / s2.
(2) the emergency brake shall be able to give the motorcycle a deceleration of at least 2.5 m / s2.
(3) The parking brake must be able to keep the motorcycle stationary on an 18% gradient.
(4) The operating force should not exceed 400 N (40 kp) by foot operation and 200 N (20 kp) by hand operation.
5.03.041 United moped
(1) For large moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
5.03.042 Small moped
(1) The service brake must be able to provide the moped a deceleration of at least 4,2 m / s2.
(2) Rear brake alone should enable the moped a deceleration of at least 2.1 m / s2.
(3) The operating force should not exceed 400 N (40 kp) by foot operation and 200 N (20 kp) by hand operation.
5.03.050 Tractor
(1) The service brake must be able to give the tractor a deceleration of 3,0 m / s2.
(2) the emergency brake shall be able to give the tractor a deceleration of at least 1.2 m / s2.
(3) braking operating time must not be greater than 0.5 s.
(4) The parking brake must be able to hold the tractor stationary on an 12% slope.
(5) The operating force must not exceed 700 N (70 kp) by foot operation and 600 N (60 kp) by hand operation.
5.03.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor equipment must meet the performance requirements for tractors.
(2) The requirements do not apply to trucks that meet the Executive Order on the arrangement of technical aids.
5.03.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized semi-trailers with a permitted maximum speed of 15 km / h must meet the following requirements:



a) The service brake must be able to block the wagon a deceleration of 1,8 m / s2.

b) The service braking operating time must not be greater than 1.2 s.

c) The parking brake shall be able to block the cart stationary on an 12% slope.

d) The force applied must not exceed 700 N (70 kp) by foot operation and 600 N (60 kp) by hand operation.

(2) Motorized semi-trailers with a permitted maximum speed of 30 km / h must meet the performance requirements for tractors.

(3) Motorized semi-trailers with a permitted maximum speed of 45 km / h or 60 km / h must meet the performance requirements for truck N2, the service brake is only required to submit a deceleration of 4.4 m / s2 corresponding to a braking force of 45% of the block total vehicle axle.
5.03.110 trailer / trailer to the car
(1) service brakes of a trailer must be able to provide a total braking force at least 50% of the trailer total weight of trailer with rigid drawbar, however, 50% of the sum of the authorized axle loads . For trailer with air brakes, this braking force is achieved with a maximum of 7.0 bar in the supply line and a maximum of 6.5 bar in the control line.
(2) The service brakes of semi-trailers must be able to provide a total braking force at least 45% of the semi-trailer total axle load. For trailer with air brakes, this braking force is achieved with a maximum of 7.0 bar in the supply line and a maximum of 6.5 bar in the control line.
(3) Brake force distribution for trailer, except for center-axle trailers must meet the provisions of section. 5.03.020 (2). This does not apply to trailers with anti-lock brakes.
(4) trailer / trailer O3 and O4 fitted with air brakes must have the relationship between deceleration and control line pressures that are listed in Annex II (Supplement to section. 1.1.4.2) to Directive 71/320 / EEC as amended at 98/12 / EEC. For semi-trailers the deceleration exceed the permissible by pmtryk of more than 5 bar.
(5) reaction times for compressed air systems in the trailer braking system must meet the requirements of Annex III to Directive 71/320 / EEC as amended by 79/489 / EEC.
(6) The parking brake must be able to hold the vehicle stationary on an 18% gradient.
(7) The operating force of the parking brake may not exceed 600 N (60 kp).
(8) The service brake shall meet the requirements of the Type I fadingprøven of Directive 71/320 / EEC as amended by 79/489 / EEC (Annex II, para. 1.3). For trailer / trailer O4 however, Type III fadingprøven (Annex II, para. 1.6).
5.03.120 Tractor Trailer
(1) The service brake must be able to provide a total braking force at least 30% of tractor trailer total weight of tractor trailer with rigid drawbar and at least 30% of the total axle load.
5.03.130 trailer for motorized equipment
(1) Trailer for power equipment must meet the performance requirements for tractor trailer.
5.03.141 Caravan
(1) Camper must meet the performance requirements for trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
5.03.142 Other to registration outboard gear
(1) Other trailers to registration tool must meet the performance requirements for trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
5.03.143 Non-trailer to registration tool
(1) Non-trailer to registration tool must meet the performance requirements for tractor trailer.
5.03.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) If the trailer for motorcycle is equipped with a service braking system, this could provide a total braking force at least 50% of the total trailer weight.
5.03.199 semi
(1) Low loader with a permitted maximum speed of 15 km / h must meet the following requirements:



a) The service brake must be able to provide a total braking force at least 18% of the block trolley for total weight, block trailer at least 18% of the total axle load.

b) The parking brake shall be able to block the cart stationary on an 12% slope.

c) The operating force of the parking brake may not exceed 600 N (60 kp).

(2) Low loader with a permitted maximum speed of 30 km / h must meet the following requirements:



a) The service brake must be able to provide a total braking force at least 30% of the block trolley for total weight, block trailer at least 30% of the total axle load.

b) The parking brake shall be able to block the cart stationary on an 12% slope.

c) The operating force of the parking brake may not exceed 600 N (60 kp).

(3) Low loader with a permitted maximum speed of 45 km / h or 60 km / h must meet the performance requirements for trailer / semi-trailer to the car, with the service brake only be able to give a braking force of 45% of the block total vehicle axle.
5.03.200 Road Train
(1) The operating time of vehicles in the road train must be appropriately matched.
6th Power plants, lights, reflectors, etc.
6.01 Electrical installations
6.01.001 General provisions
(1) Accumulator must be securely fixed and so placed or uncovered, that it can not be shorted by normal vehicle operation.
The accumulator must as far as possible be located outside the cab. If it is placed in the cab, it must be shielded and vented directly to the outside.

(2) cables must be well insulated and so secured that there is no risk of a short circuit or breakage in normal vehicle operation. Where a wire is passed through the hole in the sheet of conductive material, the hole must be provided with rubber bushing or the like.
(3) shall be located fuses or other equivalent protection in the electrical system, so that the risk of fire in the vehicle due to short circuit in the electrical system countered. When installing electrical equipment must be inserted fuse in the circuit there.
(4) As new must EC type-approved and type-approved vehicles covered by Directive 2007/46 / EC (cars and their trailers), be equipped with lamps and reflectors according to Directive 76/756 / EEC as amended at the 2008/89 / EC. This requirement applies to new vehicle types and comes into force



a) February 7, 2011 for passenger car M1 and N1 van and

b) August 7, 2012 for other vehicles.

6.01.002 Electromagnetic compatibility
(1) Vehicle with electrical / electronic systems with EMC relevance and electrical / electronic equipment with EMC relevance, installed on a vehicle shall comply with the Agency's announcement on radio and telecommunications terminal equipment and electromagnetic conditions as required. however section. (2) - (4). By EMC relevance understood that the installation / equipment can cause electromagnetic disturbances, or its function may be affected by such disturbances.
(2) Vehicles covered by Directive 70/156 / EEC (cars and their trailers), must meet the requirements of EMC Directive 72/245 / EEC as amended by 95/54 / EC and ECE Regulation 10 -02.
Equipment mounted on such a vehicle,



a) be approved in accordance with Directive 72/245 / EEC as amended by 95/54 / EC

b) be approved to ECE Regulation 10-02 or

c) satisfy the provisions of section. (1).

(3) Vehicles covered by Directive 2002/24 / EC (mopeds, motorcycles and light vehicles) must meet the requirements for EMC in Chapter 8 of Directive 97/24 / EC or ECE Regulation 10-02.
Equipment mounted on such a vehicle,



a) be approved in accordance with Chapter 8 of Directive 97/24 / EC

b) be approved in accordance with Directive 72/245 / EEC as amended by 95/54 / EC

c) be approved to ECE Regulation 10-02 or

d) comply with the provisions of section. (1).

(4) Tractor covered by Directive 2003/37 / EC (agricultural and forestry tractors, formerly 74/150 / EEC) shall comply with the requirements of EMC Directive 75/322 / EEC as amended by 2000/2 / EC.
Equipment mounted on such a tractor must



a) be approved in accordance with Directive 75/322 / EEC as amended by 2000/2 / EC

b) be approved in accordance with Directive 72/245 / EEC as amended by 95/54 / EC

c) be approved to ECE Regulation 10-02 or

d) comply with the provisions of section. (1).

6.01.003 short-range radar
(1) Short-range radar must meet the technical requirements of one of the following rules:



a) the EC Decision 2005/50 / EC (24 GHz short-range radar).

This item is for vehicle registered, approved or put into service before 1 July 2013.



b) EC Decision 2004/545 / EC (79 GHz short-range radar).

6.01.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) Motorized vehicles must be equipped with accumulator, so that the prescribed position lamps, (side) marker lights and license plate lights can be kept lit without the engine running.
6.01.021 Passenger M1
(1) Accumulator can be placed in the cab without special ventilation.
6.01.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 follow the rules for passenger car M1.
6.01.041 United moped
(1) Two-wheel moped must be equipped with an accumulator.
6.01.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must not be equipped with an accumulator.
(2) Small moped must be fitted with fuses or other equivalent protection.
6.01.050 Tractor
(1) The tractor must be equipped with electric sockets for trailer lights.
6.01.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motorised equipment is designed to be operated by a pedestrian must not be equipped with an accumulator.
6.01.100 Trailer
(1) The lights on the trailer must be electrically connected to the corresponding lights respectively stop lamp switch on the towing vehicle.
6.01.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection
(1) Car synsfri interconnection with trailer with maximum authorized weight not exceeding 3,500 kg shall be equipped with 12 V power supply for a towing a trailer. The compound may be:




a) A 7-pin socket designed for 12 V (ø 36 mm) and with the electrical wires connected as follows (ISO Standard 1724-1975):

The figure shows the compound's location in the socket









Pos. 1:


For the following lighting a signaling device on the trailer left part:
a) bagblinklygte
b) side indicator lamp
c) forblinklygte



Pos. 5:


For the following lamps to mark the trailer right part:
a) tail lamp
b) position lamp
c) marker lamp
d) registration plate lamp



Pos. 2:


Rear fog or vacant. If pos. 2 on the towing vehicle is connected to other than the rear fog light, the connection must be provided with a separate switch.



Pos. 6


Stop Lights



Pos. 3:

Pos. 4th


Frame.

For the following lighting a signaling device on the trailer right part:
a) bagblinklygte
b) side indicator lamp
c) forblinklygt



Pos. 7:


For the following lamps to mark the trailer left part:
a) tail lamp
b) position lamp
c) marker lamp
d) registration plate lamp














b) A 13-pin connector that meets the rules in point. a) and which is also provided with heading. 8-13 circumferentially arranged and connected similar to that of section. c) above.

c) A 13-pin connector designed for 12 V (ø 30 mm) and with the electrical wires connected as follows (DIN fornorm V 72570), with pos. 9-13, however, may be omitted:

The figure shows the compound's location in the socket









Pos. 1:


For the following lighting a signaling device on the trailer left part:
a) bagblinklygte
b) side indicator lamp
c) forblinklygte



Pos. 6:
Pos. 7:


Stop lights.
For the following lamps to mark the trailer left part:
a) tail lamp
b) position lamp
c) marker lamp
d) registration plate lamp



Pos. 2:


Rear fog.



Pos. 8:


Reversing



Pos. 3:


Frame (Nos. 1-8).



Pos. 9:


power




Pos. 4:


For the following lighting a signaling device on the trailer right part:
a) bagblinklygte
b) side indicator lamp
c) forblinklygte



Pos. 10:


Charging cable for battery in trailer
Pos. 11: Available.
Item 12: Available
Item 13: Frame (pos. 9-12).



Pos. 5:


For the following lamps to mark the trailer right part:
a) tail lamp
b) position lamp
c) marker lamp
d) registration plate lamp








(2) Truck N2 and N3 to synsfri interconnection with trailer / semi-O3 and O4 or outboard gear on chassis for such a trailer must be fitted with a 24 V power supply for a towing vehicle and may also be provided with 12 V power supply.



a) The connection must be provided with labeling indicating the voltage (24 V or 12 V).

b) The connection to the 12 V power supply follows the rules in point. (1).

c) The connection to the 24 V power supply must be a 7-pin plug (ø 39 mm) and with the electrical wires connected as follows (ISO Standard 1185-1975):

The figure shows the compound's location in the socket









Pos. 1:
Pos. 2:


Frame.
For the following lamps to mark the trailer left part:
a) tail lamp
b) position lamp
c) marker lamp
d) registration plate lamp



Pos. 5:


For the following lighting a signaling device on the trailer right part:
a) bagblinklygte
b) side indicator lamp
c) forblinklygte



Pos. 3:


For the following lighting a signaling device on the trailer left part:
a) bagblinklygte
b) side indicator lamp
c) forblinklygte



Pos. 6:


For the following lamps to mark the trailer right part:
a) tail lamp
b) position lamp
c) marker lamp
d) registration plate lamp



Pos. 4:


Stop lights.



Pos. 7:


Available. If pos. 7 is used, the connection to the towing vehicle be equipped with a separate switch.





(3) trailer with maximum authorized weight not exceeding 3,500 kg shall be equipped with 12 V electrical systems. The connection to the power supply from the towing vehicle must conform to it in section. (1) above.
(4) trailer / trailer O3 and O4 and their equipment on the chassis of such trailers must be equipped with 24 V electrical systems and can also be equipped with 12 V electrical systems. The connection to the power supply from the towing vehicle must bear labeling indicating the voltage (24 V or 12 V).



a) At 12 V electrical systems, the connection correspond to it in section. (1) above.


b) At 24 V electrical systems, the connection correspond to it in section. (2) c) above.

6.02 illuminating lamps
6.02.001 General provisions
(1) A vehicle may only be provided with prescribed or permitted lamps for lighting.
(2) Lights matched pair must be the same, including the same design, color and brightness. They must also be placed symmetrically in relation to the median longitudinal plane and at the same height above the ground. Single main-dipped and fog lamp must be located in the median longitudinal plane.
(3) A lamp to the maximum and minimum height above ground is measured at curb weight -ekskl. the driver for the light opening upper edge, respectively, lower edge.
A lamp distance to the vehicle's outer edge is measured as the distance between the exterior light-emitting outer edge, disregarding the outside mirrors and side direction indicators. The distance between two lamps in a pair shall be measured as the distance between the points of the light ports closest to each other.
(4) Main-beam headlamps, dipped-beam headlamps, fog lamps and search / work lights may be switched on when the vehicle lamps prescribed for marking is on.
(5) Main-beam headlamps, dipped-beam headlamps and fog lamps shall be so designed and arranged that they can be properly set.
(6) illuminating lamps can be arranged so that they cover or away folded when not in use.

6.02.002 Main-beam headlamps (1) Spotlight



a) must make light of white or yellowish (selective yellow) color

b) shall be placed in front of the vehicle

c) be able to inform the roadway at least 100 meters ahead of the vehicle and

d) must have a minimum output of 10,000 cd.

(2) On vehicles with 2 or 4 main-beam headlamps, these shall only be switched on simultaneously or in pairs.
(3) When switching from the main beam to low beam all main-beam headlamps off simultaneously.
(4) Main-beam headlamps must be connected to the control lamp on the driver.
(5) The aggregate maximum intensity of main-beam headlamps which can be switched on simultaneously shall not exceed 300,000 cd.
6.02.003 Dipped beam lamps
(1)-beam



a) must make light of white or yellowish (selective yellow) color

b) shall be placed in front of the vehicle

c) be able to inform the road at least 30 meters ahead of the vehicle,

d) must be furnished to the right directed asymmetrical passing,

e) shall be located no more than 0.40 m from the outermost point

f) must be located at least 0.50 m and a maximum of 1.20 m above the ground and

g) must be visible at least 15 ° up and 10 ° down and at least 45 ° outwards and 10 ° inwards.

(2) On vehicles with one dipped the latter must be visible at least 45 ° to either side.
(3) On vehicle with two dipped the distance between them be at least 0.60 m.
(4) Dipped beam lamps can be connected so that they are kept lit simultaneously with the main-beam headlamps.
(5) Dipped headlights must be adjusted so that the beam light / dark boundary is a decrease of at least 1% (10 mm per. M).
6.02.004 fog lamps
(1) Fog lights



a) must make light of white or yellowish (selective yellow) color

b) shall be placed in front of the vehicle

c) must be directed forwards for the purpose of illuminating the road surface in all weather conditions,

d) must be placed not more than 0.40 m from the outermost point, and

e) shall be located at least 0.25 m above the ground, but not higher than the headlamps.

(2) Fog lights must be connected so that they can be switched independently of any other lamps for lighting.
(3) Fog lights must be set so that the dazzling core rays have a fall of at least 1% (10 mm per. M).
6.02.005 Reversing
(1) Reversing



a) must make light of white color,

b) shall be placed behind the vehicle

c) be able to illuminate the road behind the vehicle, and

d) must be placed at least 0.25 m and a maximum of 1.20 m above the ground.

(2) Reversing shall be possible only illuminate when the ignition switch is closed, and when either the reverse gear is engaged, or speedometer contact is made.
Vehicle without ignition switch must be provided with other manually operated switch for reversing light.
6.02.006 Seek / working lights
(1) Seek / work lamp must emit light of white or yellowish (selective yellow) color.
(2) Searchlight must be arranged so as to be movable relative to the vehicle.
(3) Seek / work lamp must be illuminated independently of any other lamps for lighting.
6.02.020 Car
(1) Car must be equipped with



a) two main and


b) two dipped.

(2) Car can be fitted with:



a) Six main-beam headlamps must be connected so that the maximum can be switched four simultaneously.

b) Two fog lamps.

c) One or two lamps.

d) A search lamp.

e) One or more working lights.

(3)-beam must not be such that it follows the front wheel turning.
(4) Low beam bulb and lamp hereto shall be approved and marked in accordance with:



a) ECE 1

b) ECE Regulation 2

c) ECE Regulation 5

d) ECE Regulation 8

e) ECE Regulation 20

f) ECE Regulation 31

g) ECE Regulation 37

h) ECE Regulation 98

i) ECE Regulation 99

j) ECE Regulation 112

k) ECE Regulation 123 or

l) Directive 76/761 / EEC.

Genuine mounted dipped-beam headlamps and lamps thereto may be made in accordance with US standard FMVSS 108 and DOT label.
(5)-beam with gas discharge



a) shall be equipped with a headlight washing,

b) must remain on when the high beam is on and

c) must be equipped with headlamp leveling system, see. section. 6.02.021 (1). The system will work automatically.

6.02.021 Passenger M1
(1) Passenger M1 must be equipped with headlamp leveling system for dipped-beam headlamps according to Directive 76/756 / EEC, as amended by 97/28 / EC or ECE Regulation 48-01 if vehicle load leads to greater change than those mentioned directives and regulations mentioned values ​​for dipped-beam inclination.
6.02.030 Motorcycle
(1) Motorcycle must be equipped with



a) a main and

b) a dipped.

(2) Motorcycle can be equipped with:



a) Two main beams.

b) Two dipped-beam headlamps.

c) One or two fog lamps.

d) A search lamp.

e) A searchlight.

(3) not-beam must comply with the provision in section. 6.02.003 (1) e) and may be arranged symmetrically low beam.
(4) motorcycle, an engine whose cubic capacity of 100 cm3 or less, driving lamp having a brightness of at least 5,000 cd.
6.02.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) On two-wheel motorcycle with two dipped the distance between them does not exceed 0.10 m.
(2)-beam can be positioned next to the driving. The lamps must be arranged symmetrically in relation to the median longitudinal plane and the distance between the lamps should not exceed 0.10 m.
6.02.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar
(1) Where two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar is provided with two main-driving lamp or two, then:



a) Either two lamps to be placed on the motorcycle by its rules, or

b) one lamp must be fitted to the motorcycle by its rules, and the other lamp must be fitted as close to the sidecar outer edge as possible. The dipped beam, main beams respectively on the motorcycle and sidecar must be of the same color, but should not otherwise comply with the provisions of section. 6.02.001 (2).

6.02.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with



a) two main and

b) two dipped.

-Beam must comply with the provision in section. 6.02.003 (1) e).
(2) Three-wheeled motorcycle may be provided with one or two lamps.
6.02.041 United moped
(1) For large moped rules apply to motorcycle, other than that of the driving.
(2) Three-wheel moped, the width does not exceed 1.30 m shall not fulfill the provisions of section. 6.02.033 (1).
6.02.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must be equipped with a dipped.
How dipped shall not meet the provisions of section. 6.02.003 (1) e) and g), 6.02.003 (2) and can be adapted to symmetrical low beam.
(2) Small moped may be provided with a main.
How the driving need not comply with section. 6.02.002 (1), c) and d) as well as 6.02.002 (4).
6.02.050 Tractor
(1) The tractor must be equipped with two dipped.
Dipped beam lamps do not comply with the provision in section. 6.02.003 (3) and can be arranged symmetrical passing.
(2) Tractor can be equipped with:



a) Two or four headlamps. Such beam headlamps do not meet the provisions of section. 6.02.002 (1) d).

b) Two fog lamps.

c) One or two lamps.

d) A search lamp.


e) One or more working lights.

(3) The tractor can be dipped placed up to 1,50 m above the ground and the distance between them can be less than 0.60 m.
(4) The tractor can beam headlamps, dipped-beam headlamps and fog lamps be placed more than 0.40 m in the tractor's outer point.
(5) Tractor can be equipped with a set of additional driving lamp placed until 2.80 m above the ground. These lights must be set so that the beam light / dark boundary at a distance of 15 meters in front of the tractor is not situated higher above the ground than half the distance between the light opening of the border and the road. Such additional dipped-beam headlamps can not be switched simultaneously with the prescribed driving lamp.
(6) tractor must search / work lamp be lit without the vehicle lamps prescribed for marking is on.
(7) If the tool or protruding equipment covers tractor mandatory dipped tractor must be equipped with extra dipped under the provisions of section. (5).
6.02.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor Gear follow the rules of the tractor as location targets can be waived if the vehicle makes it necessary. This does not apply, the maximum allowable height for additional dipped-beam headlamps.
(2) Motorised equipment intended to be operated by an attending, must not be equipped with lamps for lighting.
6.02.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized blokvogn follow the rules of car.
6.02.100 Trailer
(1) Trailer can be equipped with:



a) One or two lamps.

b) One or more working lights.

6.02.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way
(1) On vehicle with snerydningsaggregat wholly or partially covers the vehicle commonly prescribed dipped that the requirement for illuminating visibility is not met, be placed an extra pair of high-ranking dipped as follows:



a) The lamps must be placed in such a height that they can illuminate the road beyond snerydningsaggregatet from a distance of 10 m or less in front of the vehicle front section (without snowplow electricity).

b) The lights can be placed up to 0,60 m from the vehicle's outer edge.

c) The lamps must be adjusted so that the beam light / dark boundary at a distance of 15 m in front of the vehicle is not located higher above the ground than half the distance between the light opening of the border and the road.

d) The lights can not be switched simultaneously with the commonly prescribed dipped.

(2) On vehicles with snerydningsaggregat wholly or partially covers the vehicle prescribed beam headlamps shall be installed an extra pair of main beams. Covering snerydningsaggregat non-mandatory beam headlamps may be followed by one pair of additional main-beam headlamps. Vehicle with snerydningsaggregat can be equipped with up to six main-beam headlamps.



a) The lamps electrical connections must be such that there can be more than four headlamps turned on at the same time.

b) The lights shall otherwise follow the rules for beam headlamps in point. 6.02.002.

(3) Vehicle with bracket for snerydningsaggregat can be provided with the in point. (1) and (2) above-beam and main-beam headlamps (additional lights).
6.03 lights to mark
6.03.001 General provisions
(1) A vehicle may only be provided with prescribed or permitted lanterns for selection.
(2) Lights matched pair must be the same, including the same color and brightness. They must be placed symmetrically in relation to the median longitudinal plane and at the same height above the ground.
(3) Single position lamp and tail lamp shall be located in the median longitudinal plane. The position, measured as described in section. 6.02.001 (3).
(4) Lamps for marking must light up simultaneously and must not be turned off when the vehicle lights to light is on.
(5) Red light shall not be directly visible from the front and white lights shall not be directly visible from the rear. This provision does not apply to rear registration plate lamps.
6.03.002 Position Lights
(1) Position lights:



a) Should emit light of white color. If a position lamp is built in a remote or dipped, which transmits light yellowish (selective yellow) color, the lights, however, have this color.

b) Must be located in front of the vehicle.

c) Must be directed forward and be clearly visible at least 300 meters ahead of the vehicle.

d) Must have a brightness of between 4 and 60 cd cd measured from the front. The provision on minimum brightness is considered met if the lamp has a power consumption of 4 W and placed in front of a dish.


e) Must be placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's outer edge. On vehicle with two mandatory position lamps, the distance between them be at least 0.60 m.

f) Must be placed at least 0,35 m and 1,50 m above the ground. If the body shape makes it necessary, the position lamp may be affixed at a height of up to 2.10 m above the ground.

g) Should be visible at least 45 ° inwards and 80 ° outwards and at least 15 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be 5 ° if the lamp above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

(2) On vehicles with single position lamp must be visible at least 80 ° to either side.
6.03.003 Taillights
(1) Taillight:



a) Should emit light of red color.

b) Must be placed at the rear.

c) Must be directed backwards and be clearly visible at least 300 meters behind the vehicle.

d) Must have a brightness of between 4 and 12 cd cd measured just behind.

e) Must be placed at least 0,35 m and 1,50 m above the ground. If the body shape makes it necessary, the rear light, however, be placed at a height of up to 2.10 m above the ground.

f) Should be visible at least 45 ° inwards and 80 ° outwards and at least 15 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be 5 ° if the lamp above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

g) Should be placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's outer edge. The distance between the lights of a pair shall be at least 0.40 m.

(2) On vehicles with one rear light must be visible at least 80 ° to either side.
(3) Mandatory taillight should not be covered by the rear doors, tailgate or the like by more than 50% seen just behind. If required taillight covered by more than 50%, the vehicle must be marked with indicator lamp, and to be in the cab in a visible position be placed a sign saying at the opening of the rear doors, tailgate and the like, other road users are warned with a yellow indicator lamp.
(4) Non-mandatory lights must not meet the requirements for positioning and geometric visibility.
6.03.004 marker lamps
(1) Forward-marker lamp must emit light of white color, and backward-marker lamp must emit light of red color.
(2) Marker Light:



a) Must have brightness as prescribed for the position lamp respectively taillight.

b) Must be located as close to the vehicle's outer edge as possible. The provision is considered to be met if the lamp is placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's outer edge.

c) Should the vehicle with high, solid structure be as high as it is compatible with the requirements for placement in relation to the width and symmetry of the lamps.

d) Must be visible at least 80 ° outwards and at least 5 ° above and 20 ° below the horizontal.

(3) Non-mandatory marker lamp



a) may, if it is going forward, emit light of yellow color

b) need not meet the requirements of the location and visibility angles

c) have been arranged symmetrically relative to the median longitudinal plane.

6.03.005 Rear fog lamps
(1) Rear fog



a) emitting light of red color,

b) shall be placed behind the vehicle and be directed backwards

c) must have a brightness of 150 cd and 300 cd measured just behind

d) must be placed at least 0.25 m and a maximum of 1.00 m above the ground and

e) shall be located at least 0.10 meters from the stop lamps.

(2) If there is only one rear fog lamp, it must be placed in the middle or to the left thereof.
(3) Rear fog lights may be switched on when the main beams, dipped beams or fog lamps - or a combination of these - are on. Rear fog lights be switched off independently of these lights.
When the rear fog light is turned on, the operation of changeover contact for low / high beam does not cause the shutdown. Rear fog may continue to be lit with the lamps until they are switched off, provided that the rear fog light stays off until the control switch is activated again.
(4) must be on the driver be installed warning lamp rear fog light.
6.03.006 License Plate Lights
(1) Number plate lighting



a) must make light of white color, and

b) to illuminate the rear license plate so that it is legible from at least 20 meters behind the vehicle.

6.03.007 Parking lamps
(1) Prospective parking lamp must emit light of white color, and reverse parking lamp must emit light of red color.
Parking lamp built into the side lamp must emit light of yellow color.

(2) Parking lamps shall be so arranged that there are two front and two rear lamps, or one lamp on each side of the vehicle.
(3) Parking lights to be switched on simultaneously or vehicle one side. License plate lights turn on with the parking lamp.
(4) Parking light:



a) Must have a brightness of between 2 and 60 cd cd measured from the front and between 2 and 30 cd cd measured just behind.

b) Must be placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's outer edge.

c) Must be placed at least 0,35 m and 1,50 m above the ground. If the body shape makes it necessary, the parking lamp placed at a height of up to 2.10 m above the ground.

d) Must be visible from the right front / rear to 45 ° outwards and 15 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be 5 ° if the lamp above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

6.03.008 Side marker lamps
(1) Clearance Lamp:



a) Shall provide light yellow color. The rear side marker lamp may emit light of red color.

b) Must be directed to the page and be clearly visible at least 300 meters without dazzling.

c) Must be placed at least 0.25 m and a maximum of 1.50 m above the ground. If the body shape makes it necessary, side marker lamp, however, be placed at a height of up to 2.10 m above the ground.

d) Must be visible at least 45 ° to either side and at least 10 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5 ° if sidemarkeringslygtens height above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

e) Must have brightness as prescribed for the position lamp.

f) Is the length of the vehicle be positioned such

- That each side has at least one side marker lamp on the vehicle's middle third,

- The front side marker lamp is not more than 3,00 m from the vehicle front section, however 4,00 m if the vehicle's shape makes it necessary

- The distance between two consecutive side marker lamps is not greater than 3.00 m or 4.00 m if the body shape so require, and

- That the rear side marker lamp is not more than 1,00 m from the vehicle's rear section.

For trailers, coupling device included in the vehicle length.
(2) Non-mandated side marker lamp shall not meet the provisions of section. (1) c), d) and f).
6.03.009 Special lighting to mark
(1) Advertising and destination sign



a) must make light of white or yellow color (non-flashing)

b) must have a brightness exceeding 60 cd and

c) must not emit light towards the rear.

6.03.021 Passenger M1
(1) Passenger M1 must be equipped with



a) two position lamps,

b) two taillights,

c) one or more plate lamps,

d) two front-facing and two rear-facing marker lights if the vehicle width exceeds 2,10 m, and

e) side marker lamps if the length of the vehicle exceeds 6.00 m.

(2) Car M1 may be provided with:



a) Four taillights.

b) One or two fog lamps.

c) Parking lights if the vehicle's width does not exceed 2.00 m, and its length does not exceed 6.00 m.

d) At least two front-facing and rear marker lamps, provided that the vehicle width is at least 1.80 m.

e) Side marker lamps.

f) Tagreklameskilt.

6.03.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 permissible laden weight does not exceed 3500 kg follow the rules for passenger car M1.
(2) Passenger M2 permissible laden weight exceeds 3500 kg follow the rules for passenger M3.
6.03.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 must be equipped with



a) two position lamps,

b) two taillights,

c) one or more plate lamps,

d) two front-facing and two rear-facing marker lights if the vehicle width exceeds 2,10 m, and

e) side marker lamps if the length of the vehicle exceeds 6.00 m.

(2) Passenger M3 can be fitted with:



a) Four or six taillights.

b) One or two fog lamps.

c) Parking lights if the vehicle does not exceed 6.00 m, and its width does not exceed 2.00 m.

d) At least two front-facing and rear marker lamps.

e) Side marker lamps.

(3) Passenger M3 can be fitted with advertising or destination sign above the windshield.

(4) Passenger M3 approved for regular services can be provided with:



a) Destination and route number sign on the front and side emitting a light of white, yellow or green color.

b) Route number plate back, emitting a light of white or yellow color.

c) Two prospective identification lamps that emit light of green color.

6.03.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 follow the rules for passenger car M1.
6.03.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 follow the rules for passenger M3.
Marker lamps may be arranged at the front corners of the cab roof.
6.03.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 follow the rules for truck N2.
6.03.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with



a) one or two position lamps,

b) one or two taillights, and

c) one or more plate lamps.

(2) Two-wheel motorcycle can be equipped with:



a) One or two fog lamps.

b) Side-marker lamps.

(3) Position and tail lights do not comply with the provisions of greatest distance from the vehicle's outer edge and the minimum spacing between lights matched pair.
6.03.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar shall be equipped with



a) two position lamps, one of which must be located as close to the sidecar outer edge as possible,

b) two tail lights, one of which must be located as close to the sidecar outer edge as possible, and

c) one or more plate lamps.

(2) Two-wheel motorcycle with side-car may be equipped with:



a) One or two fog lamps.

b) Side-marker lamps.

6.03.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with



a) two position lamps,

b) two taillights, and

c) one or more plate lamps.

(2) Three-wheel motorcycle can be equipped with:



a) One or two fog lamps,

b) Parking lights

c) Side marker lamps.

6.03.041 United moped
(1) For large moped rules applicable to the motorcycle, except the requirement of registration plate lamp.
(2) Two-wheel moped must not be provided with position lamp.
6.03.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must be equipped with a rear lamp, disabling mopeds two. Lights must be visible at least 30 ° each side and at least 15 ° above and below the horizontal and shall be located at least 0.35 m and a maximum of 0.90 m above the ground.
(2) Small moped can be equipped with a front position lamp. The lamp must be placed at least 0.35 m and a maximum of 1.20 m above the ground.
6.03.050 Tractor
(1) The tractor must be equipped with



a) two position lamps,

b) two tail lights that can be positioned up to 0.60 m from the vehicle's outer edge, and

c) one or more plate lamps if the tractor is registered.

(2) Tractor can be equipped with:



a) Four taillights.

b) One or two fog lamps.

c) At least two front-facing and rear marker lamps, provided that the vehicle width is at least 1.80 m.

d) Parking Lights.

e) Side marker lamps.

(3) Position lights:



a) Shall not be placed on the front of the vehicle,

b) Can be located up to 0.60 m from the outermost edge

c) Can be located up to 1.90 m above the ground

d) Must be visible at least 10 ° inwards. The angle may be 5 ° (for tractor whose width does not exceed 1.40 m, however, 3 °) if the bodywork makes it impossible to keep to 10 °.

e) Should be visible at least 10 ° below the horizontal if the lamp above the ground is not more than 1.90 m. The angle may be 5 ° if the lamp above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

(4) Working tools and projection equipment such as dual tires must be in the daytime be marked with a forward and a backward marker lamp in the page or pages where the working tool, etc. protrude more than 0.15 m from the side of the tractor. The lamps must specify the width of the working tool, etc. and can be mounted on the tractor.
(5) If the tool or protruding equipment covers tractor lamps prescribed for selection, the working tool or the projection equipment be provided with equivalent lamps, optionally placed on a lightboard.
6.03.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor Gear follow the rules of the tractor as location targets can be waived if the vehicle makes it necessary.

(2) to registration motorized equipment must also be equipped with side marker lamps if the length of the vehicle exceeds 6.00 m.
(3) Motorised equipment intended to be operated by an attending should only be equipped with lamps to mark in the daytime and only lead



a) a lamp emitting a light of white or yellowish (selective yellow) color placed in front of the left side, and

b) a rear lamp situated on the rear left side.

Lamps must be clearly visible for at least 300 meters.
6.03.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized blokvogn follow the rules for truck N2.
6.03.100 Trailer
(1) Position lights:



a) Must be placed in front of the vehicle's front axle.

b) Must be located as close to the vehicle's outer edge as possible and not more than 0.15 meters.

c) Must be visible at least 5 ° inwards.

d) Can be located up to 2.10 m above the ground.

6.03.111 trailer / trailer O1
(1) trailer / trailer O1 must bear



a) two position lamps, provided that the vehicle width exceeds 1,60 m,

b) two taillights,

c) one or more plate lamps,

d) two front-facing and two rear-facing marker lights if the vehicle width exceeds 2,10 m, and

e) side marker lamps if the length of the vehicle exceeds 6.00 m.

(2) trailer / trailer O1 can be equipped with:



a) Four taillights.

b) two position lamps.

c) At least two front-facing and rear marker lamps, provided that the vehicle width is at least 1.80 m.

d) Side-marker lamps.

e) One or two fog lamps.

6.03.112 trailer / semi-trailer O2
(1) trailer / semi-trailer O2 follow the rules of the trailer / semi-O1.
6.03.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) trailer / trailer O3 shall be equipped with



a) two position lamps,

b) two taillights,

c) one or more plate lamps,

d) two front-facing and two rear-facing marker lights if the vehicle width exceeds 2,10 m, and

e) side marker lamps if the length of the vehicle exceeds 6.00 m.

(2) trailer / semi-O3 can be equipped with:



a) Four or six taillights.

b) At least two front-facing and rear marker lamps.

c) Side marker lamps.

d) One or two fog lamps.

6.03.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) trailer / trailer O4 follow the rules of the trailer / semi-O3.
6.03.120 Tractor Trailer
(1) Tractor trailer must be equipped with



a) two position lamps, provided that the vehicle width exceeds 1,60 m.

b) two taillights

c) two rear-facing marker lights if the vehicle width exceeds 2,10 m.

d) one or more plate lamps if the vehicle is registered

e) side marker lamps if the length of the vehicle exceeds 6.00 m.

(2) Tractor Trailer can be equipped with lamps to mark the rules for trailer / semi-O1.
6.03.130 trailer for motorized equipment
(1) Trailer for power equipment follow the rules of the tractor trailer.
6.03.141 Caravan
(1) Camper follow the rules of the trailer / semi-O1.
6.03.142 Other to registration outboard gear
(1) Other trailers to registration tool follows the rules for trailer / semi-O1.
6.03.143 Non-trailer to registration tool
(1) Non-trailer to registration tool follow the rules of the tractor trailer.
6.03.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) Trailer for motorcycle follow the rules of the trailer / semi-O1.
6.03.199 semi
(1) Low loader with a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg follow the rules of the trailer / semi-O1.
(2) Low loader with a maximum weight of more than 3,500 kg follow the rules of the trailer / semi-O3.
6.03.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way
(1) On vehicle with snerydningsaggregat that pursuant to section. 6.02.363 (1) or (3) is provided with additional dipped may be fitted with an additional pair of position lamps which may be arranged in up to the same height as the above-mentioned passing beam headlamps, and up to 0.60 m from the outer edge of the vehicle.
(2) On vehicles with rear gravel or salt spreaders at least a few taillights visible seen just behind.
6.04 lights for signaling

6.04.001 General provisions


(1) A vehicle may only be provided with prescribed or permitted lanterns for signaling.
(2) Lights matched pair must be the same, including the same color and brightness. They must be placed symmetrically in relation to the median longitudinal plane and at the same height above the ground.
Single stop lamp must be located in the median longitudinal plane.
(3) The position, measured as described in section. 6.02.001 (3).
6.04.002 Direction indicators (indicator lamps, rear direction indicators and the side indicator lights)
(1) Direction indicator:



a) Shall provide light yellow color.

b) Must be clearly visible in sunlight.

c) Must operate independently of other lamps.

d) Must be connected to the control device if the lamp can not be seen directly by the driver.

- The controller must provide light and / or sound signal.

- Warning light to blink, and in case of failure by flashing lights should be turned off, constant light or change of frequency.

- Auditory it must be clearly audible, and in case of error lamps must switch frequency change significantly.

- Control device shall not indicate the failure by additional, non-mandatory lamps, side direction indicators or rear direction indicators on the trailer in passenger M1 or N1 van.

e) Must be placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's outer edge. The distance between the lamps at the front or rear of the vehicle must be at least 0.60 m.

f) Must be placed at least 0.35 m - side direction indicators at least 0.40 m - and a maximum of 1.50 m above the ground. If the body shape makes it necessary, the front and rear direction indicators positioned at a height of up to 2.10 m and side direction indicator lamps at a height of up to 2.30 m above the ground.

g) Should be visible at least 15 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be 5 ° if the lamp above the ground is less than 0.75 m. Side Indicator, located less than 0.75 m above the ground should not be visible below the horizontal. Front and bagblinklygte must be visible at least 80 ° outwards and 45 ° inwards and side direction indicator is between 5 ° and 60 ° backwards.

(2) Forblinklygte must be placed at such a distance from the dipped-beam headlamp and fog lamp or have such brightness that the indicator light is clearly visible when dipped and fog lamp is on.
(3) Forblinklygte and side lamp may be integrated to the extent the requirements for each of the lamps are satisfied.
(4) Direction indicators on the same side must light simultaneously. If a vehicle each side has two indicator lamps, two side direction indicator lamps or two or three rear direction indicators, and these are placed over each other, they may flash either simultaneously or alternately (alternating flashing lights).
(5) The vertical distance between the lamps flashing alternately (alternating), must be at least 0.20 m.
(6) The distance from the side indicator lamp to the front point of the vehicle must not exceed 1.80 m. This distance may be increased to 2.50 m, insofar as is necessary for the provision of visibility in point. 6.04.002 (1) g).
(7) flashing frequency must be between 60 and 120 flashes per. minute. Light and dark regimes must be clearly separated.
(8) Additional, non-mandatory direction indicator not required to meet the provisions on distance from the vehicle's outer edge, height above ground, angles of visibility and distance from the side indicator lamp to the front point of the vehicle.
6.04.003 Stop Lights
(1) Stop lamp:



a) Should emit light of red color.

b) Shall be marked on the back of the vehicle and be directed backwards.

c) Must light immediately when the service brake. Stop lights may be activated by a retarder or a similar device.

d) Must have a brightness of 40 cd and 100 cd measured just behind. The brightness must be substantially greater than the tail lights brightness. This provision is considered met if the power consumption of the stop is at least 3.5 times taillight, power consumption, or as well as stop taillight approved and marked according to ECE Regulation 7 or Directive 76/758 / EEC.

e) Must be placed at least 0,35 m and 1,50 m above the ground. If the body shape makes it necessary, the stop lamp, however, be placed at a height of up to 2.10 m above the ground.

f) Must be positioned so that the distance between the lamps matched pair is less than 0,60 m. This distance may be reduced to 0.40 m for vehicles whose width is less than 1.30 m.

g) Should be visible at least 45 ° inwards and outwards and at least 15 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be 5 ° if the lamp above the ground is less than 0.75 m.


(2) The third stop lamp:



a) Do not be built into any other lamp.

b) can be located inside or outside the vehicle. Is the stop lamp mounted in the vehicle, the light emitted shall not hamper the driver through the rear-view mirrors and / or other surfaces of the vehicle, for example, the rear window.

c) Must have a brightness of between 25 and 80 cd cd measured just behind. This provision may be considered satisfied if the stop lamp is approved and marked according to ECE Regulation 7 or Directive 76/758 / EEC.

d) Must be positioned so that the light opening lower edge is either 0,15 m below the rear window visible under the edge or at least 0.85 m above the ground. Light opening lower edge must be over the light opening of the border on the other stop lamps.

e) Must be located in the median longitudinal plane, except that if the stop lamp can not be placed in the median longitudinal plane of the fixed vehicle body, instead of moving body parts (doors, etc.) mounted two stop lamps so close to the center plane as possible or stop lamp displaced 0,15 m to the right or left of the center plane measured from the center plane to the reference center.

f) Should be visible at least 10o to the right and left of the vehicle's longitudinal axis and 10 ° above and 5 ° below the horizontal.

6.04.004 warning flashers
(1) Hazard warning signal:



a) Is the color, positioning, visibility and blink frequency comply with the provisions of direction indicators.

b) Must be so connected, that all mandatory direction indicators are used simultaneously.

c) Must be activated by separate control switch and may also be connected to a device for automatic activation during heavy deceleration of the vehicle (collision or the like).

d) Must be able to function without the vehicle ignition system is connected or the engine is running.

e) Must be connected to a flashing light that can be the indicator light for the direction indicators.

6.04.005 Marking Lights
(1) Marking lamp:



a) Must give yellow light.

b) Must be visible from all sides and at least 5 ° below the horizontal. This provision is considered met if a vehicle is fitted with several indicator lamps, which together can be seen from all sides. These lights must be connected to the same control switch.

c) Must provide 60 to 240 flashes per. minute.

d) Must meet one of the following requirements

- Be approved by the Ministry of Justice (former permit system)

- Be approved and marked according to ECE Regulation 65

- Be approved by the Swedish Road Administration, Sweden (


Org mark)

- Be approved by Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt, Germany (


K mark), or

- Meet the constructional provisions of the American standard SAE J 595 of August 1983, J 845 by January 1984 or J 1318-April 1986, and be labeled clearly and durably with SAE.

6.04.006 Emergency Lights
(1) Emergency lamp:



a) Shall deliver blue light.

b) Must be visible from all sides and at least 5 ° below the horizontal. This provision is considered met if a vehicle is equipped with multiple emergency lights, which together can be seen from all sides. These lights must be connected to the same control switch.

c) Must provide 60 to 240 flashes per. minute.

d) Must meet one of the following requirements

- Be approved by the Ministry of Justice (former authorization system), - be approved and marked according to ECE Regulation 65

- Be approved by the Swedish Road Administration, Sweden (


Bl mark)

- Be approved by Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt, Germany (


K mark) or

- Meet the constructional provisions of the American standard SAE J 595 of August 1983, J 845 by January 1984 or J 1318-April 1986, and be labeled clearly and durably with SAE.

6.04.007 flashing
(1) Main-beam headlamps or passing beam headlamps can be so connected to the lamps is turned on by actuating a spring-loaded contact. The vehicle's other lamps do not turn on when operating the switch.
6.04.020 Car
(1) Car must be equipped with



a) forblinklygte, a side lamp and a bagblinklygte each side

b) two stop lamps see. However section. 6.04.021 and

c) the hazard warning.

(2) Car can be fitted with:



a) Three or four stop lights, see. However section. 6.04.021.


The car with three brake lights, the third brake light meet section. 6.04.003 (2).



b) Identification Lamp (s).

c) Overtaking Signal.

6.04.021 Passenger M1
(1) Passenger M1 shall be equipped with three brake lights.
6.04.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 can be equipped with:



a) Two indicator lamps on each side.

b) Two side lamps on each side.

c) Two or three rear direction indicators on each side.

6.04.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 follow the rules for passenger M2.
(2) Articulated vehicle must be equipped with a side lamp on each side positioned immediately behind the articulated section.
6.04.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 follow the rules for passenger M2.
6.04.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 follow the rules for passenger M2.
6.04.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with a stop lamp used to light by activation of both front brake as a rear brake.
(2) Two-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with a forblinklygte and a bagblinklygte each side.
For these lamps applies



a) the distance between forblinklygterne must be at least 0.24 m,

b) the distance between the rear indicator lamps must be at least 0.18 m,

c) to the rear indicator lamps must not be located more than 0.40 m in front motorcyk-lens rear section, and

d) lamps must be visible at least 20 ° inwards.

(3) Two-wheel motorcycle can be equipped with:



a) Two stop lights.

b) Hazard warning lights.

c) Overtaking Signal.

6.04.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar follow the rules for two-wheel motorcycle, although lamps on the right side must be placed on the sidecar so near its outer edge as possible.
6.04.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with:



a) indicator lamps and rear direction indicators by the rules of car and

b) stop lamps by the rules of car.

(2) Three-wheel motorcycle can be equipped with:



a) Indicator lights on the rules for car.

b) Hazard warning lights.

c) Overtaking Signal.

(3) The distance between the lamps at the front or rear of the motorcycle must be at least 0.50 m.
6.04.041 United moped
(1) For large moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
(2) Two-wheel mopeds and three-wheel moped without cab shall not be provided with direction indicators.
6.04.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped can be equipped with:



a) A forblinklygte and a bagblinklygte each side by the rules for two-wheel motorcycle, although the distance between forblinklygterne must be at least 0.22 m, and between the rear indicator lamps at least 0.14 m. Flashing lights must be no more than 0.90 m above the ground.

The control device shall not indicate errors by flashing lights.



b) A stop lamp according to the rules for two-wheel motorcycle, with the stop lamp, however, must not be located more than 0.90 m above the ground. Stop lamp must not light when activating the front brake.

(2) If disabling moped is equipped with stoplights, there shall be two stop lamps.
6.04.050 Tractor
(1) The tractor must be equipped with one of the following direction indicator systems:



a) A forblinklygte, a side lamp and a bagblinklygte each side by the rules of car.

b) A forblinklygte, a side lamp and a bagblinklygte each side. The front and rear indicator lamps must be visible at least 10 ° inwards and lamps must not be positioned behind bagskærmens or the structure's front edge.

c) A forblinklygte and a bagblinklygte arranged at respectively bagskærmens or the structure's front and rear edges. The lights must be visible at least 10 ° inwards.

d) A combined front and bagblinklygte each side located on the rear wing or the structure. The lights must be visible at least 5 ° inwards and forwards as backwards.

(2) The tractor must be equipped with hazard warning.
(3) Registration Liable tractor must be equipped with two stop lights.
(4) Tractor can be equipped with:



a) Two indicator lamps on each side.

b) Two-rear direction indicators on each side.

c) Stop lights by the rules of car.

d) The hazard warning.

e) Marking lantern.

f) Overtaking Signal.

(5) Direction indicator:



a) Can be located up to 1.90 m above the ground. If the body shape makes it necessary, the direction indicator placed at a height of up to 2.30 m above the ground.


b) Must be visible at least 10 ° below the horizontal if the lamp above the ground is not more than 1.90 m. The angle may be 5 ° if the lamp above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

(6) The tractor must be equipped with indicator lamp (s), when fitted with work tools or other protruding equipment by section. 6.05.050 (3) shall be marked with reflectors.
(7) If the tool or protruding equipment covers tractor mandatory lighting devices for signaling, the work equipment or the projection equipment be provided with equivalent lamps, optionally placed on a lightboard.
6.04.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motorised equipment, follow the rules of the tractor.
(2) Motor equipment must in daytime bear indicator lamp (s), provided that the vehicle width exceeds 2,50 m.
(3) Motorised equipment intended to be operated by an attending, must not be provided with lanterns for signaling.
6.04.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized blokvogn follow the rules for passenger M2.
(2) Motorised loader must also be equipped with indicator lamp (s).
6.04.110 trailer / trailer to the car
(1) trailer / trailer to the vehicle must be equipped with



a) an bagblinklygte on each side and

b) two stop lamps.

(2) trailer / trailer to the car can be equipped with:



a) One or two indicator lamps on each side.

b) One or two side lamps on each side.

c) Two or three rear direction indicators on each side.

d) Three or four stop lights by the rules of car.

e) Hazard warning lights.

6.04.120 Tractor Trailer
(1) Tractor Trailer follow the rules of the trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
6.04.130 trailer for motorized equipment
(1) Trailer for power equipment follow the rules of the trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
6.04.141 Caravan
(1) Camper follow the rules of the trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
6.04.142 Other to registration outboard gear
(1) Other trailers to registration tool follows the rules for trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
6.04.143 Non-trailer to registration tool
(1) Not to registration outboard gear follow the rules of the trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
6.04.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) Trailer for motorcycle follow the rules of the trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
6.04.199 semi
(1) semi follow the rules of the trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
(2) Low loader must also be equipped with indicator lamp (s). If the block trolley decor makes it necessary, marking lamp (-terne) be fitted to the towing vehicle.
6.04.200 Road Train
(1) train, hauled by tractor or motorized equipment should be in the daytime be equipped with indicator lamp (s) if the wagon train's width exceeds 2,55 m.
6.04.320 School Vehicle | || (1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
6.04.340 Emergency vehicles
(1) Emergency vehicles must also be equipped with emergency lamp (s).
(2) Emergency lights front and rear of the motorcycle must be visible at least 80 ° to either side.
(3) Emergency vehicles can be equipped with one or more additional emergency lighting, which should be connected to the same switch as required emergency lighting. Additional emergency lamp (s) are not subject to the provisions of section.
(4) Lygtebro with emergency signals on emergency vehicle belonging to the police or the national emergency, may be removed by some kind of driving than emergency transport.
(5) Emergency vehicles can complement the blue emergency lights be provided with flashing beam headlamps which can flash in pairs or alternately.
(6) Flashing beam headlamps to emergency vehicle to deliver 60 to 240 flashes per. minute.
(7) Emergency vehicles can instead of flashing of main beams must be equipped with two white flashing lights to see. Section. (5) and (6) complies with the flashing of main beams.
(8) Flashing beam headlamps or white flashing lights are designed to improve the visibility of udrykningskøretøjert the emergency in clear daylight.
6.04.362 Tow truck
(1) Recovery vehicle can also be equipped with two rear direction indicators and two stop lights behind the cab and at the height of its roof.
6.04.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way
(1) On vehicles with rear gravel or salt spreaders at least a few stop lights visible seen just behind.
(2) On vehicles with snerydningsaggregat or rear gravel or salt spreader must be mounted indicator lamp (s).
6.05 Retroreflectors etc.
6.05.001 General provisions

(1) Forward-facing reflex reflector must be white rear retro-reflector must be red, and reflector facing to the side, yellow. When the rearmost side retro-reflector grouped with rearward lamp or reflector, it may be red.
(2) Triangular reflex reflector may only be placed on the back of the trailer.
(3) Mandatory reflex reflector must be



a) approved and marked Class I (non-triangular) or III (triangular) according to ECE Regulation 3,

b) approved and marked in accordance with Directive 76/757 / EEC or

c) carried out in accordance with US standard FMVSS 108 and DOT mark.

(4) The reflectors in a reflekspar must be the same, including the same size, shape and color and reflectivity. They must be placed symmetrically in relation to the median longitudinal plane and at the same height above the ground.
Single forward facing or rear-facing reflex reflector must be located in the median longitudinal plane.
(5) of the reflex position measured as described in section. 6.02.001 (3).
(6) Reflective license plate, nationality brand and school sign and mandatory, reflective signs are not considered as reflex reflector. The same applies for the required reflective markings on swap bodies, etc., see. Justice Ministry decree on placement of containers and similar objects on the road.
Billboards etc. incorporating reflective material is considered as supple rendering reflectors.
(7) Mandatory forward-facing or rear-facing reflex reflector must not be covered by the doors, tailgate or the like.
6.05.002 Forward-facing reflectors
(1) Mandatory front retro-reflector:



a) Shall be marked 0,15 m from the vehicle's outer edge. The distance between the reflectors, which are part of a reflekspar, must be at least 0.40 m.

b) Must be placed at least 0.35 m and a maximum of 0.90 m above the ground. If the vehicle's structure makes it necessary, the height of the lamp is increased to 1.50 m.

c) Must be visible at least 30 ° inwards and outwards and at least 15 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5 ° if the reflector above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

6.05.003 Rear reflectors
(1) Compulsory rear retro-reflector:



a) Must be placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's outer edge. The distance between the reflectors in a reflekspar must be at least 0.40 m.

b) Must be placed at least 0.35 m and a maximum of 0.90 m above the ground.

c) Must be visible at least 30 ° inwards and outwards and at least 15 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5 ° if the reflector above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

6.05.004 The reflectors facing to the side (side reflectors)
(1) Mandatory reflector facing to the side:



a) Must be placed at least 0.35 m and a maximum of 0.90 m above the ground. If the vehicle's structure makes it necessary, the height to 1.50 meters.

b) Must be visible at least 45 ° to either side and at least 15 ° above and below the horizontal. The angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5 ° if the reflector above the ground is less than 0.75 m.

c) Is the length of the vehicle be positioned such

- That each side has at least one retro-reflector on the vehicle's middle third,

- That the front reflex reflector is not more than 3,00 m from the vehicle front point

- The distance between two consecutive reflectors is not greater than 3.00 m or 4.00 m if the vehicle's structure makes it necessary, and

- That the rear retro-reflector not more than 1,00 m from the vehicle's rear section.

For trailers, coupling device included in the vehicle length.
6.05.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) Motorized vehicle may be equipped with:



a) Additional, front retro-reflectors.

b) Additional trailing reflectors.

c) Additional reflectors facing to the side.

6.05.020 Car
(1) Car must be equipped with:



a) two retro-reflectors and

b) reflectors facing to the side, if the car's length exceeds 6.00 m.

6.05.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with a rear reflector.
6.05.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar

(1) Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar shall be equipped with two rear retro-reflectors.
6.05.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with two rear retro-reflectors.
6.05.041 United moped
(1) For large moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
6.05.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must be equipped with a rear reflector, disabling mopeds two, which may be approved and marked Class II (non-triangular) according to ECE Regulation third
6.05.050 Tractor
(1) the tractor must be equipped with two rear retro-reflectors that can be placed up to 0,60 m from the vehicle's outer edge. The height above the ground can be increased to 1.50 m, provided a lower placement requires mounting brackets that are prone to easy damage.
(2) If the tractor structure makes it impossible to comply with the rearward reflector position and visibility, the vehicle can be equipped with two pairs of rear-facing reflectors as follows:



a) One pair must comply with the provision of a maximum height of 0.90 m and at a distance of at least 0.40 m and a viewing angle above the horizontal of at least 15 °.

b) The second pair can be placed at a height of up to 2.10 m and shall otherwise comply with the provisions of section. 6.05.003 (1) a) and visible at least 30 ° inwards and outwards, and at least 15 ° below the horizontal.

(3) Working tools and projection equipment such as dual tires must be marked with:



a) A forward-facing and a rear reflector in the side or sides where the working tool, etc. protrude more than 0.15 m from the side of the tractor.

b) Two front retro-reflectors and side reflex reflector on each side where the working tool, etc. protrude more than 1.0 m above.

c) Two rear retro-reflectors and side reflex reflector on each side if arbejdsreskabet etc. protrude more than 2.0 m behind.

Reflector must be placed on the working tool, etc. so near the outer edge as practicable.
(4) If the tool or protruding equipment covers tractor mandatory retro-reflectors, the working device or the projection equipment be provided with corresponding reflectors, possibly placed on a lightboard.
6.05.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor Gear follow the rules of the tractor.
(2) Motor equipment must also be equipped with side reflectors if the length of the vehicle exceeds 6.00 m.
(3) Motorised equipment is designed to be operated by a pedestrian must not be equipped with reflectors.
6.05.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized blokvogn follow the rules of car.
6.05.100 Trailer
(1) Trailer must bear



a) two forward-facing reflectors.

b) two rear-facing, triangular reflectors positioned pointing upwards, and

c) side reflectors.

(2) Trailer can be equipped with:



a) Additional, front retro-reflectors.

b) Additional trailing reflectors. Apart from the reflectors, which are grouped with lights or included in logos electricity. etc., additional trailing reflectors be triangular and placed with the point facing upwards.

c) Additional side reflectors.

6.05.340 Emergency vehicles
(1) Emergency vehicles can to increase other road users' awareness on the vehicle be equipped with additional reflective markings on all sides of the vehicle in accordance with section. (2) to (4).
(2) Reflectors must be performed with either red / white or red / yellow diagonal stripes with an angle of 45 ° ± 5 ° and a width of 100 mm ± 2.5 mm.
(3) Reflectors should be front and back being arranged symmetrically so that Bypassing the vehicle, and should the pages be positioned such that traffic headed in front of the vehicle.
(4) Reflectors must meet the photometric requirements for road material type 4 shown in vejregelpublikation 20.09.05, Handbook of street lighting, or the requirements for reflectivity and color according to ECE Regulation 104 Class C.
6.05 0.363 vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way
(1) on vehicles with rear gravel or salt spreader should be mandatory rear-facing reflectors visible seen just behind.
6.06 AWD
6.06.001 General provisions
(1) A vehicle may only be equipped with warning device which fulfills the following requirements:



a) Audible warning over the entire activation period make clear sounding tone with constant strength and frequency.


b) Audible warning device may consist of several interconnected sounders, which acts at the same time.

(2) Audible warning device for compressed air must not be connected directly to containers of compressed air braking system. Audible warning device to vacuum must not be connected to the brake system on the vehicle with vacuum brakes or vacuum reinforced brakes.
(3) A vehicle may be equipped with back-up alarm that meets the following additional provisions:



a) Back-up alarm shall not release signal to undue inconvenience to other drivers.

b) Back-up alarm shall only be activated when the ignition switch is closed, and when either the reverse gear is engaged, or speedometer contact is made.

Vehicle without ignition switch must be provided with other manually operated switch for reverse signal.



c) Back-up alarm can give intermittent (periodic) signal.

6.06.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) Motorized vehicles must be equipped with AWD.
6.06.021 Passenger M1
(1) Passenger M1 may not be equipped with back-up alarm.
6.06.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must be equipped with electrical warning device and / or with a clear bell sounding, which is arranged on the handlebar.
6.06.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motorised equipment is designed to be operated by a pedestrian must not be equipped with AWD.
6.06.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
6.06.340 Emergency vehicles
(1) Emergency vehicles must be equipped with one or more sirens.
(2) Emergency Horn can be



- Two-tone (high-low) that switches between two tones.

- Mc Cloud (Yelp), where the frequency is increasing rapidly.

- Wolf howl (Wail), the frequency rises and falls slowly.

(3) Lygtebro with emergency signals on emergency vehicle belonging to the police or the national emergency, may be removed by some kind of driving than emergency transport.
6.07 Radio, television, etc.
6.07.001 General provisions
(1) Radio and telephone systems, etc. shall be so placed that the driver's view is not obstructed, or his operation of the vehicle difficult.
The apparatus must be fitted so that if it is intended to be operated by the driver while driving, can be operated without the driver having to change its position.
(2) Call device for wireless communication system can be connected to the vehicle's AWD and / or dipped-beam headlamps. The connection between the radio equipment and warning devices (headlamps) can be shut off with a special touch.
(3) A television set and the like must be



a) so placed that the driver can not see the screen while driving, or

b) so connected that it can not be switched on when the engine is running.

The provision does not apply to television equipment, solely intended to supplement the mandatory rear-view mirrors or to monitor passenger, including automatic doors.
(4) Antenna shall be so arranged and fitted



a) no part of the antenna while driving - including heavy braking and acceleration - moves beyond the vehicle's outer boundary, and

b) that it does not pose an unnecessary risk to other road users.

(5) Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment shall comply with the notice referred to in section. 6.01.002 (1).
6.08 Burglar alarm, immobilizer etc.
6.08.001 Burglar
(1) Burglar alarm When activated deliver signal



- Either with the vehicle's AWD

- Or specifically AWD

- And / or the vehicle dipped

And / or some or all of the vehicle's direction indicators.
(2) auditory it must terminate automatically within 30 seconds. after activation and may not begin again when the alarm goes off again.
(3) Light signal, which shall consist of flashes, shall automatically cease no later than 5 minutes after activation and may not begin again when the alarm goes off again.
(4) The activation can consist in attempts unauthorized opening of the door or window or interference with the required mechanical anti-theft. Activation must not be done while driving or when the vehicle is also used and operated as intended.
6.08.002 Immobiliser
(1) Mandatory immobilizer must comply with the structural provisions of Directive 74/61 / EEC as amended by 95/56 / EC or ECE Regulation 97 or 116.
6.08.010 Motorised vehicle
(1) Motorized vehicle may be equipped with alarm.
(2) Motorized vehicle may be equipped with an immobilizer.
6.08.021 Passenger M1

(1) Passenger M1 must be equipped with an immobilizer.
6.09 Special marking

6.09.001 General provisions

(1) painting to mark the projecting parts shall be constructed with yellow / black stripes see. Danish standard DS 734.
(2) The reflectors to mark the projecting parts shall comply with section. 6.05.001 (1) - (3) and - (7) and the provisions on visibility angle section. 6.05.002, 6.05.003 and 6.05.004.
(3) For lamps to mark the protruding portions applies



a) that the connection must meet the provisions of section. 6.03.001 (4)

b) to forward facing lamp shall comply with section. 6.03.002 (1) a), b), c), d) and g) and - (2)

c) the rearward lamp shall comply with section. 6.03.003 (1) a), b), c), d) and f) and - (2)

d) lights facing to the side, shall comply with section. 6.03.008 (1) a), b) and d),

e) indicator lamp shall comply with section. 6.04.005 and

f) special indicator lamp in tail lifts only have to comply with section. 6.09.002.

6.09.002 Special indicator lamps on the tail lift
(1) Special indicator lamps on the tail lift



a) must emit light of yellow color

b) shall be located no more than 0.40 m from the loading tailgate outer corners,

c) shall be directed backwards when the platform lift is in working position,

d) must not light up when the platform lift is folded up,

e) to deliver 100-240 flashes per. minute.


6.09.003 Light bar (1) Light bar should be equipped with



a) device that ensures a secure fixing,

b) two taillights,

c) registration plate lamp (s)

d) Two direction indicators,

e) two stop lamps

f) two reflectors.

Light bar must be placed at least 0.35 m and a maximum of 0.90 m above the ground. Light bar must have such a dimension that the lights and reflectors -with the exception of plate lamps - are placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's outer edge.
The lights on the main boom must be connected to the corresponding obligatory lamps at the rear.
Lights and reflectors on lightboard are not counted when determining the number of prescribed or permitted lights and reflectors at the rear.
6.09.020 Car
(1) Parts protruding 1.00 m or more in front of the vehicle's actual body of the original execution must:



a) front and on the front 0.50 m on the sides bear the painting to mark the protruding parts.

b) The bear at least a lamp that shows white light forward.

c) At the front on each side bear at least a lamp that shows yellow light to the sides.

(2) Parts protruding 2.00 m or more in front of the vehicle's actual body of the original version, must also be at the front end be provided with an indicator lamp. The lamp must be connected so that it can be turned on without the vehicle lights to mark is on.
(3) Parts which protrude less than 1.00 m in front of the vehicle's actual body of the original version and parts projecting rearward rear of the vehicle in the original version, can be fitted with painting to mark the protruding parts.
(4) Parts protruding in front of or behind the vehicle's actual body of the original version, can be fitted with reflectors for marking protruding parts.
(5) Tail lift can be equipped with two special indicator lamps on the tail lift.
6.09.021 M1
passenger car (1) Car M1 may be provided with lightboard.
6.09.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 follow the rules for passenger car M1.
6.09.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 follow the rules for passenger car M1.
6.09.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 follow the rules for passenger car M1.
6.09.050 Tractor
(1) Tractor can be equipped with special markings by the rules of car.
6.09.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor equipment must in daytime be equipped with lamps to mark the protruding parts.
(2) Power tool can be provided with special markings by the rules of car.
6.09.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorised loader can be equipped with special markings by the rules of car.
6.09.363 Vehicle, which are designed to perform work on the way
(1) A vehicle designed as mobile barrier can be fitted with reflectors and amber turn signals in accordance with the Ministry of Transport road regulations for marking roadworks.
6.10 Marking of slow-moving vehicles

6.10.001 General provisions
(1) A vehicle may only be provided with prescribed or permitted marking plates for slow-moving vehicles.
(2) Marking of slow vehicles:



a) Shall consist of a red, fluorescent, equilateral triangle with a red reflective edge, as shown in the example below, in which the targets are given in millimeters.

b) Must be located behind the vehicle with the tip up and be directed backwards.

c) Must

- Be approved and marked according to ECE Regulation 69

- Be approved by the Swedish Road Administration, Sweden (


Lf-mark), or

- Meet the photometric requirements for fluorescent material of ECE Regulation 27 and the reflective vejtavlemateriale type 4 in vejregelpublikation 20.09.05, Handbook of street lighting.

d) Can be removable.

6.10.050 Tractor
(1) Tractor that are not included in the combination of vehicles shall be provided with marking plates for slow-moving vehicles.
6.10.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motorised equipment not included in combinations, and are not intended to be operated by an attending, must bear the marking of slow-moving vehicles.
6.10.200 Road Train
(1) the following combination must end vehicle be provided with marking plates for slow moving vehicles:



a) A tractor with a tractor trailer or towed tool

b) power equipment, except motor tool intended to be operated by a walking, with a trailer or towed gear and

c) car with not-to registration outboard gear.

(2) Other vehicles in the section. (1) a) and b) above combinations can be provided with marking plates for slow-moving vehicles.
6.11 Reflective Planks
6.11.001 General provisions
(1) Reflective plank for car must be designed with diagonal stripes of alternating yellow reflective and red fluorescent material and be designed as shown in the following model 1, 2, 3 or 4.
(2) reflective plank for trailer / semi-trailer to the car must be made with yellow reflective material surrounded by a red fluorescent border and be designed as shown in the following model 5, 6, 7 or 8








(3) Reflective board shall have the following objectives provided. ECE Regulation 70:



a) The total length of reflex board consisting of one, two or four parts must be at least 1130 mm and a maximum of 2300 mm. The individual parts of a reflex board must have the same length.

b) The width must be

- 140 ± 10 mm for car and

- 200 + 30 / - 5 mm for trailer / semi-trailer to the car.

c) On reflex plank to the car, the diagonal stripes have an angle of 45 ± 5 ° and a width of 100 ± 2.5 mm.

d) On reflex plank for trailer / semi-trailer to the car, the fluorescent edge have a width of 40 ± 1 mm.

(4) Reflective Plank:



a) Shall be marked on the back of the vehicle and be directed backwards.

b) Must be placed symmetrically in relation to the median longitudinal plane. Parts included in the pairs must be the same.

c) Must

- Be placed not more than 1.50 m above the ground measured to the bottom, or - be placed not more than 2.10 m above the ground measured to the upper edge.

d) Should

- Be approved and marked according to ECE Regulation 70 or

- Meet the photometric requirements for fluorescent material of ECE Regulation 27 and the reflective vejtavlemateriale type 4 in vejregelpublikation 20.09.05, Handbook of street lighting.

(5) Vehicles shall only be provided with prescribed or permitted reflex plank.
6.11.023 Passenger M3
(1) Articulated vehicle must be equipped with reflective plank (to the car).
6.11.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 must be equipped with reflective plank.
6.11.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 must be equipped with reflective plank.
6.11.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) trailer / trailer O3 shall be equipped with reflective plank.
6.11.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) trailer / trailer O4 must be equipped with reflective plank.
6.11.200 Road Train
(1) combinations of truck and cart, the car should not be fitted with reflective plank.
(2) When reflex plank is mounted on the rear underrun protection must section. 6.11.001 (4) a) only be met at the wagon train's rear vehicle.
6.12 Daytime running

6.12.001 General provisions

(1) The operating lights are designed for outside during daytime to increase other road users' attention to the vehicle.
(2) As daytime running lights can be used



a) dipped


b) front fog lamps,

c) daytime or

d) passing beam headlamps having reduced voltage.

(3) Used



a) dipped or

b) front fog lights as daytime running lights, the lamps prescribed for marking switch simultaneously.

c) daytime or

d) dipped with reduced voltage as daytime running lights, the taillights and other lights to mark turning on simultaneously.

(4) The operating lights Automatik be blanked when the vehicle light switch is set in position or near / fjernlysstilling.



a) Dipped beam lamps can be connected to automatic daytime running lights.

b) Front fog lamps must not be connected daytime running automation.

c) Daytime running lamps shall be connected daytime running automation.

d) Dipped beam lamps with reduced voltage must be connected daytime running automation.

(5) Vehicles shall only be provided with prescribed or permitted daytime running lights.
6.12.002 Daytime running lights
(1) Daytime running light:



a) Should make light of white or yellowish (selective yellow) color.

b) Must be located in front of the vehicle and be directed forwards.

c) Must be placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's outer edge.

d) Must be placed at least 0.25 m and a maximum of 1.50 m above the ground.

e) Must have a brightness of 400 cd and 1200 cd. This provision may be considered to be met if the lamp has a power consumption of between 15 W and 21 W and is placed in front of a dish.

f) Must have a luminous surface of at least 40 cm2.

(2) Daytime running lights matched pair must meet the provisions of section. 6.02.001 (2).
(3) Kørelyslygters location measured as described in section. 6.02.001 (3).
6.12.003 Dipped beam lamps with reduced voltage
(1) The voltage across the lamp should be at a 12 V or 24 V plant be at least 11 V respectively 22 V at full charge voltage.
6.12.020 Car
(1) Car can be equipped with two daytime running lamps.
6.12.030 Motorcycle
(1) Motorcycle can be equipped with two daytime running lamps.
(2) Special daytime running lights can be delivered by



- To daytime or

- Two daytime running lamps and one dipped (possibly. With reduced voltage).

6.12.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar
(1) Daytime running lamps shall be placed on the motorcycle by its rules.
6.12.041 United moped
(1) For large moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
6.12.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped can be equipped with one daytime running lights.
6.12.050 Tractor
(1) Tractor can be equipped with two daytime running lamps.
6.12.060 Motor Gear
(1) For power equipment, the rules of the tractor.
6.12.099 Motorised loader
(1) For motor blokvogn the rules apply to car.
6.13 Outline
6.13.001 General provisions
(1) Outline is reflective and intended for the daytime to increase other road users' attention to large vehicles.
(2) Outline must be



a) approved and marked Class C according to ECE Regulation 104

b) made of 50 mm + 10 / -0 mm wide reflective material

c) provided with at least one visible "E" mark on any part of konturafmærkningen,

d) disposed on both the side and / or rear of the vehicle as close to its outer edges as possible, as shown in the example below,

e) of yellow or white color when placed on the side of the vehicle and of red or yellow color by placing the rear of the vehicle

f) arranged so that, if konturafmærkningen broken, the distance between the parts exceed 50% of the length of the shortest part that

g) positioned so that the lower part of konturafmærkningen is placed at least 0.25 m and a maximum of 1.50 m above the ground and

h) arranged so that the distance from each commanded stop lamp is greater than 0.20 m.

(3) Vehicles equipped with contour marking on the side, can be equipped with reflective advertising / logos, cf. Section. (4) and (5).
(4) Advertising / logos must be



a) approved and marked Class D or Class E according to ECE Regulation 104, except that white reflective material used as the base material at full pressure with advertising / logos without free white boxes must be labeled in Class D / E,

b) made of a low reflective material that may be in any color,

c) arranged on the side of the vehicle,

d) disposed within konturafmærkningen.


(5) Reflective material in class D to be used in reflective areas less than 2 m2, and reflective materials in class E to be used in reflective areas of 2 m2 and larger.
6.13.022 Passenger M2
(1) For passenger M2 including rules for truck N2.
6.13.023 Passenger M3
(1) For passenger M3 including rules for truck N2.
6.13.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 can be fitted with contour marking and low reflective multi-color advertisements / logos.
6.13.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 including rules for truck N2.
6.13.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) For trailer / trailer O3 including rules for truck N2.
6.13.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) For trailer / trailer O4 including rules for truck N2.
7th Engine noise, air pollution etc.
7.01 Motor
7.01.001 General provisions
(1) Engine must be secured to the vehicle carrying elements. The engine's power output and speed shall be continuously adjustable from the driving position.
7.01.002 Overspeed
(1) Mandatory speed limits must meet the constructional provisions of Directive 92/24 / EC.
(2) The speed and its connections must be protected against tampering and / or energy disruption by requiring special tool for this and / or by means of sealing.
(3) The device shall be installed, adjusted (adjusted) and sealed by the manufacturer.
(4) The following vehicles are exempted from speed limits:



a) Vehicles used by the armed services, civil defense, fire and other emergency services and the police.

b) Cars that due to their construction can not drive faster than the speed of the speed limiter should be set to.

c) motor vehicles used for the purpose of scientific tests.

d) Vehicles that are used only for public services in urban areas.

7.01.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) Motorized vehicle may be equipped with an automatic speed control if this adjustment device



a) Can be cut in and out manually with a special control of the seat

b) are omitted by applying the service brake and

c) can be operated easily and effortlessly.

7.01.021 Passenger M1
(1) For passenger M1 with a combustion engine must fuel consumption and CO2 emissions have been measured in accordance with Directive 80/1268 / EEC as amended by 1999/100 / EC.
7.01.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 must be equipped with speed limiter set so that the speed can not exceed 100 km / h.
(2) Fire protection in engine compartment:



a) In the engine compartment must not be used flammable sound-proofing material that can be impregnated with fuel, lubricant or other combustible material, unless it is covered by an impermeable sheet.

b) Through suitable design of the engine compartment or through the drainage holes should be as far as possible, that there is no accumulation of fuel, lubricant or other combustible material in any part of the engine compartment.

c) between the engine compartment or other heat sources and the rest of the vehicle, there must be a heat-resistant partition (other heat sources as a device designed to absorb the energy when driving down a long gradient, eg. a retarder or a device for heating the interior, not devices operating by circulation of hot water). All fixings clips, gaskets, etc. used in conjunction with the partition shall be fire resistant.

7.01.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 must be equipped with speed limiter set so that the speed can not exceed 100 km / h.
(2) Fire protection in engine compartment:
For passenger M3, the rules for passenger M2.
7.01.024 Vans N11) (1) For van N1 with a combustion engine must fuel consumption and CO2 emissions be measured in accordance with EC Directive 80/1268 / EC as amended by 2004/3 / EC:
7.01. 025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 must be equipped with speed limiter set so that the speed can not exceed 90 km / h.
7.01.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 shall be equipped with speed limiter set so that the speed can not exceed 90 km / h.
7.01.041 United moped
(1) The engine output must be limited in such a way that the vehicle maximum speed is difficult to increase. The provision can be considered fulfilled if the moped meets one of the following requirements:



a) The technical requirements of Chapter 7 on anti-tampering measures in Directive 97/24 / EC.

b) The technical requirements of annex 6 to ECE recommendation RE3.


7.01.042 Small moped
(1) The engine output must be limited in such a way that the vehicle maximum speed is difficult to increase. The provision is considered to be met if the moped complies with the requirements in the following section. a), or both sections. b) and c):



a) The technical requirements of Chapter 7 on anti-tampering measures in Directive 97/24 / EC.

b) Effect:

- The engine maximum power should not exceed 0.9 kW (1.2 hp) and must be limited in such a way that it is difficult to increase.

- The engine major power must not exceed 2.2 kW (3 hp) when in point. c) said sleeve is removed.

- For electric motor must be rated power does not exceed 0.9 kW.

- The engine must be arranged and limited to changes or replacement of components of the intake system (air filter, carburetor, karburatorstuds etc.) And exhaust systems (exhaust pipe, muffler, etc.) Can not lead to any significant increase in engine power.

- Upon approval, there must be a test of the engine's maximum power. Testing should be performed according to DIN 70020 or Directive 95/1 / EEC.

c) Intake:

- The engine intake duct must be fitted with a hardened bushing hardness of at least 60 Rc, which has to be cast, pressed in and welded or similarly firmly attached to the engine intake duct. The sleeve must have a length which can be up to 2.5 mm smaller than indsugningskanalens length when it is placed in the cast iron, and up to 3.0 mm when it is placed in the light metal. Bushing flow cross-section (clearing) shall, except for any minor rounding (chamfers) at each end, be of unchanged dimension throughout its length.

- The stamp must be in top position not cover any part of the intake port in the cylinder mirror (suction port).

7.01.200 Road Train
(1) combined vehicles where the towing vehicle is a motorcycle, the motorcycle having an engine with a cylinder capacity exceeding 125 cm3.
7.01.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
7.02 Fuel Plant
7.02.001 General provisions
(1) Fuel tank and lines shall be made of tough and durable material that is resistant to fuel and to heat. The fuel tank must be made of non-flammable material or meet the constructional provisions of annex 5 to ECE Regulation 34. Alternatively, fuel tanks made of plastic approved if they meet the constructional provisions for fire resistance in Annex I, section 6.3.5 of Directive 70 / 221 / EEC as amended by 2000/8 / EC or annex 5 to ECE Regulation 34.
(2) Fuel tank and lines shall be designed, arranged and attached to vibrations, etc. avoids the risk of wear or breach of normal vehicle operation.
(3) Collections of fuel lines, including snakes, must be secured against accidental disengagement.
(4) Gasoline powered vehicle without feed pump between tank and carburetor electricity. the like. must be equipped with a shut-off valve in the fuel line directly at the fuel tank.
7.02.022 Passenger M2
(1) The fuel tank must not be placed inside the car. The provision is considered met if the container is placed under the floor.
(2) Fuel tank opening must be outside the body and must not be at the doorway.
On cars equipped to carry more than 19 persons must-tank distance to the doorway be at least 0.50 m or 0.25 m for car with diesel engine.
(3) Ensure that any spillage during refueling of fuel can not penetrate into the car, but kept to the ground.
(4) Fuel lines should not pass through the vehicle body.
7.02.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 follow the rules for passenger M2.
7.03 Transmission System
7.03.001 General provisions
(1) Motorized vehicle - other than a motorcycle - with a weight of more than 400 kg shall be equipped with reverse gear or other device for reversing.
7.03.002 Friction Coatings
(1) Friction Coatings in the transmission system must be asbestos for the following vehicles:



- Passenger M1,

- Van N1

- Motorcycle and

- Great moped.

7.04 Exhaust system

7.04.001 General provisions

(1) Exhaust system shall be so arranged and positioned




a) that the exhaust gases can not penetrate into the driver and front passenger,

b) the exhaust gas is not carried out to the right of the vehicle and

c) that there is no risk of ignition of combustible materials in the vehicle. The distance to any material which is not heat-resistant, must be greater than 50 mm.

7.04.040 Moped
(1) Mopeds are not subject to the provisions of section. 7.04.001 (1) b).
7.05 Noise
7.05.001 General provisions
(1) Motor-driven vehicle shall be such that it does not emit unnecessary noise.
(2) Motorized vehicle's noise level is measured by three methods:



a) Noise test I (drive mode).

b) Noise test II (7 m-position measurement).

c) Noise test IV (near field-position measurement).

(3) For the first registration or use of car, motorcycle and moped and by approval of the tractor, the sound level does not exceed the method in existing noise limits.
(4) For equipment in use automobile, motorcycle and moped, the sound level does not exceed the first registration in accordance with Method IV measured noise level by more than 3 dB (A).
(5) already in use, type-approved tractors, the sound level does not exceed it by type-approval in accordance with Method II or IV measured noise level by more than 3 dB (A) when using the same measurement method.
(6) brand motor flatbed truck, the sound level does not exceed the method II legal noise limits.
(7) already in use motorized flatbed truck, the sound level does not exceed the method II legal noise limits by more than 3 dB (A).
(8) The tire also applies the provisions of section. 8.02.020 (5), 8.02.110 (3).
7.05.020 Car
(1) Car must comply with the noise limits set out in section. 7.05.021-7.05.026 and threshold values ​​of Directive 70/157 / EEC as amended by 92/97 / EEC and the noise limits for compressed air noise from the brake system laid down in the Directive (Annex I, section. 5.2.1 and 5.4.).
(2) For all-terrain car with maximum authorized weight of over 2,000 kg increased the specified noise limits with:



a) 1 dB (A) for vehicle with engine power less than 150 kW.

b) 2 dB (A) for vehicle with engine power of 150 kW or more.

7.05.021 Passenger M1
(1) For passenger M1, the following noise limits in accordance with Method I: 74 dB (A) or 75 dB (A) for vehicle with a diesel engine with direct injection.
(2) For passenger M1 with power of more than 140 kW and a relationship between engine power and gross vehicle weight exceeding 75 kW / ton increased the specified noise limit by 1 dB (A) under the conditions laid down in Directive 70/157 / EEC as amended by 92/97 / EEC (Annex I, para. 5.2.2.1).
7.05.022 Passenger M2
(1) For passenger M2, the following noise limits in accordance with Method I:







a)


76 dB (A) for vehicle with a maximum weight not exceeding 2,000 kg





However, 77 dB (A) for vehicle with a diesel engine with direct injection.



b)


77 dB (A) for car with maximum authorized weight of over 2,000 kg but not exceeding 3500 kg





However, 78 dB (A) for vehicle with a diesel engine with direct injection.



c)


78 dB (A) for car with maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg,





However, 80 dB (A) for vehicle with engine power of 150 kW or more.





7.05.023 Passenger M3
(1) For passenger M3, the following noise limits in accordance with Method I:
78 dB (A), however
80 dB (A) for vehicle with engine power of 150 kW or more.
7.05.024 Vans N1
(1) For van N1, the following noise limits in accordance with Method I:







a)


76 dB (A) for vehicle with a maximum weight not exceeding 2,000 kg However





77 dB (A) for vehicle with a diesel engine with direct injection.




b)


77 dB (A) for car with maximum authorized weight of over 2,000 kg but not more than 3,500 kg, however





78 dB (A) for vehicle with a diesel engine with direct injection.





7.05.025 Truck N2
(1) For truck N2, the following noise limits in accordance with Method I:



a) 77 dB (A) for vehicle with engine power less than 75 kW.

b) 78 dB (A) for vehicle with engine power of 75 kW or more, but less than 150 kW.

c) 80 dB (A) for vehicle with engine power of 150 kW or more.

7.05.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 including rules for truck N2.
7.05.030 Motorcycle
(1) Noise limits applicable for motorcycle complies with the limits in Chapter 9 of Directive 97/24 / EC.
(2) For motorcycle, the following noise limits in accordance with Method I:



a) 75 dB (A) for motorcycles with engine capacity not exceeding 80 cm3.

b) 77 dB (A) for motorcycles with engine capacity of more than 80 cm3 but not exceeding 175 cm3.

c) 80 dB (A) for motorcycles with engine capacity of more than 175 cm3.

7.05.040 Moped
(1) Noise limit values ​​apply to mopeds is consistent with the limits in Chapter 9 of Directive 97/24 / EC.
(2) For mopeds, the following noise limits measured by Method I:



a) 66 dB (A) for two-wheel mopeds with a maximum design speed not exceeding 25 km / h.

b) 71 dB (A) for two-wheel mopeds with a maximum design speed exceeding 25 km / h.

c) 76 dB (A) for the three-wheel moped.

7.05.050 Tractor
(1) For tractors, the following noise limits in accordance with Method I:



a) 85 dB (A) for tractors with a maximum weight of not more than 1,500 kg, and

b) 89 dB (A) for tractors with a maximum weight of more than 1,500 kg.

7.05.099 Motorised loader
(1) For motorized flatbed truck, the following noise limits by Method II:



a) 86 dB (A) for low loaders, which are provided with motor to gasoline or LPG, and

b) 88 dB (A) for low loaders, which are equipped with diesel engine.

7.06 Air pollution
7.06.001 General provisions
(1) The engine shall be such that it does not emit excessive smoke.
(2) At the first registration of the vehicle with internal combustion engine, the vehicle must comply with the requirements and emission standards specified for individual vehicle types.
(3) For equipment in use vehicle applies to constructive changes, including chip tuning, engine or pollution control equipment, the technical requirements applicable at the first registration or use compliance are met.
(4) chip tuning the car with diesel engines, flue gas values ​​be measured under full load at 6 constant engine speed under Directive 72/306 / EEC or ECE Regulation 24



a) By chip tuning may flue gas values ​​do not exceed the limits of the abovementioned Directive or Regulation and

b) none of flue gas values ​​exceed the measurement results for type-approval under the said Directive or Regulation by more than 20%.

7.06.020 Car
(1) For equipment in use car with spark-ignition engines that are not equipped with three-way catalytic converter with oxygen sensor, the carbon monoxide content in the exhaust gas at idling shall not exceed 3.5 vol.%, Measured by the measuring method in section. 11.02.001.
(2) For equipment in use car with spark-ignition engines, which are fitted with three-way catalytic converter with oxygen sensor, the following applies:



a) By idling the carbon monoxide content in the exhaust gas measured by the measuring method in point. 11.02.001 not exceed

- 0.5 vol.% For car registered before 1 July 2002

- 0.3 vol.% Of car that is registered on 1 July 2002 or later.

b) When elevated idle may carbon monoxide in the exhaust gas measured by the measuring method in point. 11.02.003 not exceed

- 0.3 vol.%, For car registered before 1 July 2002

- 0.2 vol.% Of car that is registered on 1 July 2002 or later, and lambda must be 1 ± 0,03 in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

(3) For car with diesel engines, the corrected exhaust gas opacity under free acceleration be set, and the car must be marked fulfill in accordance with Directive 72/306 / EEC as amended by 97/20 / EC, or ECE Regulation 24-03.

(4) For equipment in use car with a diesel engine must exhaust gas opacity under free acceleration of the engine, measured by the measuring method in point. 11.02.004 may not exceed that of the car fixed amount, see. Section. (3).
7.06.021 Passenger M1
(1) Passenger M1 with a reference mass not exceeding 2.610 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.585 kg) meet the technical requirements of one of the following rules:







a)


EC Regulation 715/2007 as amended by 595/2009 (Euro 5) with the Regulation mentioned the effective dates.





This section is applicable only for cars registered before 1 September 2015.



b)


For passenger M1 designed to fulfill specific social needs, defined in EC Regulation 715/2007 as diesel vehicles of category M1 which are either





-


vehicles for special use as defined in Directive 70/156 / EEC (2007/46 / EC) with a reference mass of over 2,000 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 1.975 kg), ie:






-


Camping Cars






-


Armoured vehicles






-


ambulances






-


Funeral cars






-


Mobile cranes






-


Wheelchair accessible vehicle






-


Other special purpose vehicles (other vehicles that special body shape or special equipment)






or






-


vehicles with a reference mass of over 2,000 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 1.975 kg) and designed to carry seven or more persons, including the driver






or






-


vehicles with a reference mass of 1.760 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 1.735 kg) which are built specifically for commercial purposes to accommodate wheelchair use in the car





, Directive 70/220 / EEC as amended by 2002/80 / EC and later adapted for gas-powered cars by 2003/76 / EC, and the car must comply with the limits in section. 5.3.1.4 in Annex I, line B (Euro 4).





This section is applicable only for cars registered before 1 January 2012.




c)


California Exhaust and Evaporative Emission Standard LEV II (2004 standard) level LEV (Low Emission Vehicle) or better for category LDV (Light-Duty Vehicles - passenger car designed for 12 passengers).





This section is applicable only for cars registered before 1 January 2012.



d)


EC Regulation 715/2007 as amended by 595/2009 (Euro 6) of the Regulation mentioned the effective dates.



e)


California Code of Regulations, as set out in EC Regulation 692/2008, which applies to the latest model year.





(2) Passenger M1 with a reference mass exceeding 2.610 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.585 kg) must meet the technical requirements in one of the following rules:







a)


Directive 2005/55 / ​​EC as amended by 2008/74 / EC (Euro V) with the directive mentioned effective dates.





This paragraph applies only vehicles registered before 1 January 2014.



b)


Directive 2005/55 / ​​EC as amended by 2008/74 / EC (special environmentally friendly vehicles (EEV)) with the said Directive effective dates.





This paragraph applies only vehicles registered before 1 January 2014.



c)


EC Regulation 595/2009 (Euro VI) of the Regulation mentioned effective dates.





(3) Passenger M1 with a reference mass exceeding 2.610 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.585 kg) but not more than 2.840 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.815 kg) may replace section. (2) satisfy section. (1).
7.06.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 with a reference mass not exceeding 2.610 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.585 kg) must meet the rules in point. 7.06.021 (1).
(2) Passenger M2 with a reference mass exceeding 2.610 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.585 kg) must meet the rules in point. 7.06.021 (2) or (3).
7.06.023 Passenger M3
(1) For passenger M3 valid point. 7.06.022 (2).
7.06.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 with a reference mass not exceeding 2.610 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.585 kg) to be one of the following rules:







a)


Section. 7.06.021 (1).



b)


Directive 70/220 / EEC as amended by 2002/80 / EC and later adapted for gas-powered cars by 2003/76 / EC, and must comply with the limits in section. 5.3.1.4 in Annex I, line B (2005, Euro 4).





This paragraph applies only van N1 with reference mass exceeding 1.305 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of over 1.280 kg) and registered before 1 January 2012.



c)


California Exhaust and Evaporative Emission Standard LEV II (2004 standard)





-


level LEV (Low Emission Vehicle) or better for category LDT (Light-Duty Trucks with a gross vehicle weight not exceeding 8,500 lb equivalent to 3.860 kg) and





-



level ULEV (Ultra Low Emission Vehicle) or better for category MDV (Medium-Duty Vehicles with a gross vehicle weight exceeding 8,500 lb and a maximum of 14,000 lb equivalent to 6.300 kg).





This paragraph applies only van N1 with reference mass exceeding 1.305 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of over 1.280 kg) and registered before 1 January 2012.
(2) Vans N1 with reference mass exceeding 2.610 kg (the curb weight of 2.585 kg) must meet the rules in point. 7.06.021 (2).
(3) Vans N1 with reference mass exceeding 2.610 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.585 kg) but not more than 2.840 kg (equivalent to the curb weight of 2.815 kg) may replace section. (2) satisfy section. (1).
7.06.025 Truck N2
(1) For truck N2 applies section. 7.06.022 (2).
7.06.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 applies section. 7.06.022 (2).
7.06.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle shall meet the technical requirements of Directive 97/24 / EC as amended by 2003/77 / EC and shall comply with the limits in row B section. 2.2.1.1.5. Annex II to Chapter 5 (Euro 3).
7.06.032 Two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar
(1) For two-wheel motorcycle with sidecar, the provisions for two-wheel motorcycle.
7.06.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycle shall meet the technical requirements of Directive 97/24 / EC as amended by 2002/51 / EC and shall comply with the limits in row A of the table in section. 2.2.1.1.5. Annex II to Chapter 5 (Euro 2).
7.06.040 Moped
(1) Moped must meet the technical requirements of Directive 97/24 / EC and shall comply with the limits in the second row of the table in section. 2.2.1.1.3. in Annex I to Chapter 5.
7.06.050 Tractor
(1) For tractor with a diesel engine with an engine power between 18 and 560 kW engine must be approved and marked in accordance with Directive 2000/25 / EC, as stated in section (2), (3) and (4).
(2) a) Stage III A of Directive 2000/25 / EC as amended by 2005/13 / EC, which shall enter into force as indicated in the table below.







Power


Power range


Effective date of first registration, approval or commissioning.



19-36 kW


K


January 1, 2007



37-74 kW


J


January 1, 2008



75-129 kW


In


January 1, 2007



130-560 kW


H


January 1, 2006







b) As an alternative to the provisions of section. a) the motor can be approved and marked according to Stage IIIA Directive 97/68 / EC (non-road mobile machinery).

Paragraph (2) applies only to tractors registered, approved or put into service before the item (3) above effective dates.
(3) a) Stage III B of Directive 2000/25 / EC as amended by 2005/13 / EC, which shall enter into force as indicated in the table below.







Power


Power range


Effective date of first registration, approval or commissioning.



19-36 kW


P


January 1, 2013



37-74 kW


N


January 1, 2012




75-129 kW


M


January 1, 2012



130-560 kW


L


January 1, 2011







b) As an alternative to the provisions of section. a) the motor can be approved and marked according to Stage III B of Directive 97/68 / EC (non-road mobile machinery).

Point (3) apply only to tractors registered, approved or put into service within the paragraph (4) above effective dates.
(4) a) Step IV of Directive 2000/25 / EC as amended by 2005/13 / EC, which shall enter into force as indicated in the table below.







Power


Power range


Effective date of first registration, approval or commissioning.



56-129 kW


R


January 1, 2013



130-560 kW


Q


January 1, 2012







b) As an alternative to the provisions of section. a) the motor can be approved and marked according to stage IV of Directive 97/68 / EC (non-road mobile machinery).

(5) tractor whose engine produced before those dates for registration, approval and deployment of point (2) a), (3) a) and (4) a) postponed the effective date two years.
(6) Notwithstanding paragraph (2) a), (3) a) and (4) a) pursuant to Directive 2005/13 / EC at the request of the tractor manufacturer approval shall be granted after 'flexible scheme' .
Flexible arrangements may be granted for a limited number of engines that only comply with the previous stage of limit values. Engines approved under the flexible system is equipped with a supplementary label with the following text "Motor is marketed under the flexible scheme with tractor number and power range and approval number 'in Danish or equivalent text in another Community language.
7.06.060 Motor Gear
(1) For motorized equipment with diesel engine must be approved and marked according to the Ministry of the Environment Decree on limiting air pollution from mobile non-road mobile machinery.
7.07 Heating system
7.07.001 General provisions
(1) Heating systems shall be so arranged that there can be no carbon monoxide in the vehicle body interior.
Heating system heating surfaces and pipelines during operation may not assume temperatures of more than 100 ° C.
parts of the heating system that assumes temperatures above 80 ° C must be protected against contact.
(2) Heating, air which is blown into the driver and passenger, should not be heated directly by the vehicle's exhaust system.
(3) Heating systems which burn gasoline or oil, must be approved by



- EC under Directive 2001/56 / EC ( 'e' mark)

- ECE in accordance with Regulation 122 ( "E" mark)

- Emergency Management Agency ( 'B' - or 'SB' label)

- Technical Research Institute, Sweden ( 'SP' label) or

- Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt, Germany ( '


S' label). Heating appliances burning LPG, must be approved under the Gas Regulations, section C ( 'CE' - or 'DG' label), or approved and marked in accordance with Directive 2001/56 / EC and ECE Regulation 122.

(4) F-fueled heating systems which are connected to the fuel tank in the plant for operation of the car on LPG must be between tank and heater vaporizes be equipped with a solenoid valve that shuts off the fuel line when the heater is not used. The solenoid valve shall be such that any excess pressure from the evaporator is fed back into the fuel line.
(5) Heating systems must be fitted,




a) piping, etc. to the combustion chamber is hermetically separated from the driver, passenger and loadspace,

b) it does not have the opportunity to imbibe air kulilteholdig,

c) discharge pipe for combustion products emerge outside the body or connected to the engine exhaust system, and

d) that the pipes and surfaces that achieve a temperature of higher than 90 ° C, has a minimum distance of 50 mm from the combustible material.

7.07 Heating system
7.07.002 Air conditioning
(1) Original equipment air conditioning systems containing fluorinated greenhouse gases in the EC type-approval or type-approved passenger M1 or van N1 Class I (reference mass not exceeding 1.305 kg corresponding to the service weight up 1.280 kg) meet the technical requirements of Directive 2006/40 / EC, as implemented by EC Regulation 706/2007 and must comply with the following section. a) or b).
Aftermarket air conditioning systems containing fluorinated greenhouse gases in such a car must be approved and marked in accordance with Directive 2006/40 / EC, as implemented by EC Regulation 706/2007 and must comply with the following section. a) or b).



a) The fluorinated greenhouse gases must have a global warming potential (GWP) of over 150.

This item is for vehicle type-approved before 1 January 2011 and registered before 1 January 2017.



b) Fluorinated greenhouse gases have a global warming potential (GWP) of not more than 150.

(2) Fluorinated greenhouse gases in air conditioning systems retrofitted January 1, 2017 or later in the passenger M1 or van N1 Class I, see. Section. (1), shall have a global opvarmninspotentiale (GWP) of not more than 150.
The provisions apply regardless of the time of initial registration.
(3) Fluorinated greenhouse gases in air conditioning systems in passenger M1 or van N1 Class I, see. Section. (1) shall be 1 January 2017 or later have a global warming potential (GWP) of not more than 150. This does not apply to greenhouse gases in air conditioning systems, which originally contain greenhouse gases with higher GWP, and fitted in the car before 1 January 2017 referred to. however section. (1) and (2). It does not apply to greenhouse gases which are filled by 1 January 2017 referred to. However section. (1) and (2).
Provision applies regardless of the time of initial registration.
7.09 Fuel Plants for LPG
7.09.001 General provisions
(1) Fuel tank and lines and other parts of the fuel system shall be so designed, arranged and attached to vibrations, etc. avoids the risk of wear or breach of normal vehicle operation.
(2) All parts in the fuel system must be suitable for LPG and be resistant to the plant occurring pressures and temperatures.
(3) Fitting for fuel tank, fuel lines, evaporator and reducing valve must be marked with fabrikat- and type designation.
7.09.002 Tank
(1) Fuel tank



a) must be approved, manufactured, tested and marked in accordance with the Executive Order 520 of 1 November 1983 on F-gas containers in vehicles

b) must be firmly attached to the vehicle's load-bearing parts

c) must have a minimum distance of 0.10 m from the exhaust system parts, unless there are positioned shield between tank and exhaust system, and

d) shall not be located in driver, passenger or engine compartments.

(2) In the fuel tank disposed within the body, directly to the space for the container, they must be ventilated to the outside. Vent



a) must have a minimum area of ​​500 mm2,

b) shall discharge at least 0.25 m from the exhaust system components, and

c) must be positioned so that it is not blocked by luggage, etc.

(3) Fuel tank located under the vehicle shall be so fitted that - seen from the front and right rear - at every load of the vehicle between service weight and gross vehicle weight



a) throughout its cross section is protected by fixed parts of the vehicle structure or

b) are protected from damage by a powerful shield which must not reduce the vehicle's ground clearance.

7.09.003 Luminaire for fuel tank
(1) Fixed fuel tank must be equipped with:



a) Filling valve outside the body and spring-loaded check valve in the tank filler neck.

b) Manual shut-off valve in the discharge line. The shut-off valve must be provided with emergency stop valve, which automatically cuts off the exit at rupture of the cord.


c) Safety valve with separate blow out of the mouth of at least 0.25 m from the exhaust system components. The safety valve must open at 28 ± 2 bar overpressure and close later at 90% of the opening pressure. The capacity must be at least 6 m3 atmospheric air per. minute at 35 bar overpressure. The safety valve must be connected to the vapor phase in the tank and be labeled with the opening pressure.

d) An automatic fill stop valve which shall allow 85% filling of the fuel tank.

e) bearing the valve and real sounding pipes for control of the 85% filling of the container. Sounding valve must be placed on the container and be provided with a tight-fitting sleeve to prevent gas escaping by inadvertent opening of the valve. Flow opening in bearing the valve should not exceed 1.4 mm.

(2) Additional outlet on the fuel tank must be able to be shut off immediately the vessel and shall be equipped with emergency stop valve.
(3) Between the tank and evaporator must be a shut-off valve (solenoid valve) to be operated from the driver's seat. Valve should close when the ignition is switched off.
(4) Where in a fuel system includes multiple, interconnected fuel tanks must not be free of flow between the containers. This can be regarded as fulfilled if the containers is a diverter valve that can be operated from the driver's seat or there are valves in the containers discharge lines.
(5) Interchangeable tank (gas cylinder) must be provided with the item (1) b) and (3) above valves.
7.09.004 Fuel lines
(1) Fuel lines may only when necessary be passed through the driver, passenger and load area, and must then be protected against damage from cargo or luggage.
(2) between the tank and the evaporator to be used annealed seamless copper tubing with an outside diameter of not more than 10 mm and a wall thickness of at least 0.8 mm.
(3) If the fuel tank and the filler valve are separated, they must be connected by a flexible hose.
(4) between the reducing valve and the gas mixer (carburettor) must be flexible hose.
(5) The fuel pipes must be assembled with fittings of the type of metal against metal. Any packages must be metal.
(6) Fuel lines with tank pressure must be able to withstand a pressure of 30 bar and be threaded couplings. Other hoses must be equipped with Nipples and secured with clamps.
7.09.005 Evaporator
(1) Water heated evaporator placed in the engine compartment must have a minimum distance of 0.10 m from the exhaust system parts, unless there are positioned shield between the evaporator and the exhaust system.
(2) Evaporator placed in the exhaust system must be of seamless steel pipe.
7.09.006 reducing valve
(1) Reducing Valve:



a) Not to be placed in driver, passenger or load area.

b) Must be such that the gas supply to the engine will automatically stop if the engine stalls with the ignition on, unless the fuel pipe is placed a special valve with a similar function.

7.09.007 Choker
(1) Chokeranordning shall be so arranged that the overdose of F-gas can not take place during normal use of the choke. For electrically actuated choke this can be considered fulfilled if the choke can only be activated using the starter motor.
7.09.020 Car
(1) No part of the gas system must protrude beyond the vehicle contour.
(2) Parts of the gas plant, located outside the vehicle body must be arranged or protected that they are protected from damage during normal vehicle operation.
(3) The fuel tank positioned within the body, the fixtures been protected from damage by cargo and luggage of a gas-tight conducted shielding, which must be vented directly to the outside. Ventilation must meet the requirements of section. 7.09.002 (2).
7.09.021 Passenger M1
(1) passenger car M1 can fuel container in the cargo area, although this is directly connected to the passenger compartment.
7.09.024 Vans N1
(1) van N1, where the fuel tank is positioned in the storage compartment, the container, fittings and fuel lines must be protected against damage with a guard of a force equal to the separation between the cab and load area.
(2) van N1, where the load is directly related to the cab, the fuel tank is placed in the cab.
7.09.025 Truck N2
(1) For truck N2 rules apply to van N1.
7.09.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 including rules for van N1.
8 thereof. Bearing elements
8.01 Chassis
8.01.001 General provisions

(1) Chassis Frame monocoque body and chassis must be able to withstand the stresses that occur during normal use and load of the vehicle.
(2) Joints must be properly executed and, where possible located where the collection included pieces is least congested. Bolted joints must be especially protected against separation.
(3) Chassis Frame monocoque body and frame must not be deformed or otherwise damaged or corroded to such an extent that the vehicle is a danger to road safety.
8.01.002 Chassis Frame
(1) Gain on profilflanger may not be fully welded thereto.
(2) Drilling holes in rammed Lene flanges must be avoided.
(3) Wheel Crane, tail lifts, tipper or similar must be installed in accordance with the vehicle manufacturer's instructions or frame of steel so that the tension in this by the use of these devices does not exceed 150 N / mm2 (1500 kgf / cm2).
8.01.023 Passenger M3
(1) Articulated vehicle:



a) The link section must be arranged so that the front and rear of the bus joints are not separated irrespective of any part of the articulated section from loosening.

b) The articulated section shall be arranged and shielded so that there is no danger to passengers.

8.02 Wheels
8.02.001 General provisions
(1) Tires, rims and wheel bearings, etc. shall be undamaged.

8.02.002 Tyres (1) Tyres



a) Must have a load capacity at least equal to the maximum permissible axle loads and be designed for at least the vehicle's top speed.

b) Must be of dimension and configuration corresponding to the rim.

c) Must clearly and durably marked with the size designation and the manufacturer and / or regummieringsfirmaets name or trademark.

d) Should the vehicle with maximum authorized speed of 30 km / h clearly and durably marked with bæreevne- and speed indication.

(2) The tread depth should the vehicle with maximum authorized speed of 30 km / h at least



a) 1.6 mm for vehicles with a maximum weight not exceeding 3,500 kg and

b) 1.0 mm for vehicles with maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg.

Tread depth is measured in the main pattern, which means the wide grooves in the wear-track middle part, covering approximately 3/4 of the tread width.
(3) Tyres for which there is demand for a minimum of 1.6 mm tread depth must be equipped with wear indicators (TWI).
Wear Indicators should give visual warning when the tread depth in the main pattern is reduced to 1.6 mm.
Wear indicators shall be arranged in transverse rows of tread main pattern.
(4) The inflation pressure shall be in accordance with the vehicle manufacturer, not exceeding 9 bar.
(5) must be on the same shaft used tires of the same size and type except tires for temporary use.
(6) Tires divided into types, depending on the structure and use category



a) building:

- Radial

- Ply

b) Application Category:

- Ordinary tires (without M + S marking)

- Terrain and snow tires (M + S marking) - tires for temporary use (emergency spare wheel).

(7) Single-mounted tires on the axle with axle load of more than 8,000 kg must be radial.
8.02.003 Wheels
(1) A vehicle's wheels can be replaced with rims of different type and dimension, if it has not adversely affect the steering or brake operation or lead to increased loads on the suspension.
(2) The name and wheel nuts must be within the tire outside or be shielded by hubcap or the like.
8.02.010 Motorized vehicle
(1) Motorized vehicles must be equipped with tires on all wheels.
(2) The Section 8.02.002 (4) above provision on a maximum inflation pressure of 9 bar does not apply to motor vehicle used solely to haul trailer.
8.02.020 Car
(1) Car can be equipped with terrain and winter tires, designed for at least 160 km / h (speed rating at least Q), regardless of the car's top speed exceeding 160 km / h.
(2) About requirement for twin-mounted tires on the drive axle, see the provisions of section. 3.01.020.
(3) Tyres, except for retreaded tires must be approved and marked in accordance with Directive 92/23 / EEC or ECE Regulation 30, 54 or 64.
(4) Retreaded tires shall be approved and marked according to ECE Regulation 108 or 109.
(5) Tires must be noise approved and marked in accordance with Directive 92/23 / EEC as amended by 2001/43 / EC and ECE Regulation 117 with the exception of



- Retreaded tires

- Tire which is designed for a speed below 80 km / h,


- Tires whose nominal rim diameter does not exceed 254 mm (10 ") or 635 mm (25")

- Tire of T-type temporary use spare and

- Studded tires.

Provision becomes effective



- October 1, 2009, however

- 1 October 2010 for passenger car tires with a width exceeding 185 mm but not exceeding 215 mm, and

- 1 October 2011 for passenger car tires with a width of more than 215 mm.

The provision applies to cars registered for the first time on that date or later.
The provision also applies to car registered for the first time October 1, 1980 or later. This does not tires that have been mounted on the car before the effective date, or tires that are covered by transitional provision in section. (6).
(6) The provision in section. (5) does not apply to tires on installation is accompanied by a certificate issued by the manufacturer or its representative to confirm



a) that the tire meets the limit values ​​for tire noise Directive 2001/43 / EC and ECE Regulation 117 and

b) the tire is imported into Denmark before 1 October 2009.

8.02.021 Passenger M1
(1) Passenger M1 - regardless of the maximum weight - equipped with tires with a tread depth of at least 1.6 mm.
(2) Passenger M1 must be equipped with tires of the same type on all wheels.
8.02.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 with a maximum weight of more than 3500 kg may be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 120 km / h, regardless of the car's top speed exceeds 120 km / h.
8.02.023 Passenger M3
(1) For passenger M3, the rules for passenger M2.
8.02.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 with a maximum weight not exceeding 3.000 kg must be fitted with tires of the same type on all wheels.
8.02.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 can be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 100 km / h, regardless of the car's top speed exceeds 100 km / h.
8.02.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 including rules for truck N2.
8.02.030 Motorcycle
(1) Motorcycle must be equipped with tires with a tread depth of at least 1.0 mm.
8.02.040 Moped
(1) The moped must be fitted with tires with a tread depth of at least 1.0 mm.
8.02.050 Tractor
(1) Tractor that should not be approved or registered, can be provided with different elastic wheel coverings, belts with similar properties or smooth rollers.
8.02.060 Motor Gear
(1) Engine tool can be fitted with different elastic wheel coverings, belts with similar properties or smooth rollers.
8.02.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized flatbed truck with maximum authorized speed not exceeding 15 km / h can be provided with different elastic wheel coverings or belts with similar properties.
(2) Motorized flatbed truck with maximum authorized speed not exceeding 30 km / h can be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 50 km / h, regardless of the vehicle's top speed exceeds 50 km / h.
(3) Motorized flatbed truck with maximum permitted speed of 45 km / h can be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 70 km / h, regardless of the vehicle's top speed exceeds 70 km / h.
(4) Motorized flatbed truck with maximum permitted speed of 60 km / h can be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 80 km / h, regardless of the vehicle's top speed exceeds 80 km / h.
(5) in Section 8.02.002 (4) above provision on a maximum inflation pressure of 9 bar does not apply to motorized loader. The rule shall, in cases where there is demand for storvolumendæk.
8.02.100 Trailer
(1) Trailer must be fitted with tires on all wheels.
(2) to registration trailer must be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 100 km / h.
(3) Tractor Trailer and not to registration trailer must be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 30 km / h.
8.02.110 trailer / trailer to the car
(1) Tires, except for retreaded tires must be approved and marked in accordance with Directive 92/23 / EEC or ECE Regulation 30, 54 or 64. | || (2) Retreaded tires shall be approved and marked according to ECE Regulation 108 or 109.
(3) tires must be noise approved and marked in accordance with Directive 92/23 / EEC as amended by 2001/43 / EC or ECE Regulation 117 with the exception of



- Retreaded tires

- Tire which is designed for a speed below 80 km / h,

- Tires whose nominal rim diameter does not exceed 254 mm (10 ") or 635 mm (25")

- Tire of T-type temporary use spare and

- Studded tires.

Provision becomes effective



- October 1, 2009, however


- 1 October 2010 for passenger car tires with a width exceeding 185 mm but not exceeding 215 mm, and

- 1 October 2011 for passenger car tires with a width of more than 215 mm.

The provision applies to vehicles registered for the first time on that date or later.
The provision also applies to vehicles registered for the first time October 1, 1980 or later. This does not tire which has been fitted to the vehicle before the effective date, or deck that is covered by over-time scheme in section. 8.02.020 (6).
8.02.122 Tractor Trailer for non-registration compulsory tractor
(1) Tractor Trailer for not approving compulsory tractor can be fitted with different elastic wheel coverings, belts with similar properties or smooth rollers.
8.02.130 trailer for motorized equipment
(1) Trailer for motorized equipment can be provided with different elastic wheel coverings, belts with similar properties or smooth rollers.
8.02.141 Caravan
(1) For caravan including rules for trailer / semi-trailer to the car.
8.02.142 Other to registration outboard gear
(1) For other outboard gear to registration rules apply to the trailer / trailer to the car.
8.02.143 Non-trailer to registration tool
(1) Non-to registration outboard gear including rules for the trailer to the power equipment.
8.02.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) Trailer for Motorcycles must be equipped with tires with a tread depth of at least 1.0 mm.
8.02.199 semi
(1) Low loader with maximum authorized speed not exceeding 15 km / h can be provided with different elastic wheel coverings, belts with similar properties or smooth rollers.
(2) Low loader with maximum authorized speed not exceeding 30 km / h must be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 50 km / h.
(3) Low loader with the highest permitted speed of 45 km / h must be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 70 km / h.
(4) Low loader with the highest permitted speed of 60 km / h must be fitted with tires that are designed for at least 80 km / h.
(5) Low loader with the highest authorized speed of 60 km / h must comply with the rules of to registration trailer.
(6) in Section 8.02.002 (4) above provision on a maximum inflation pressure of 9 bar does not apply to semi-trailers.
8.03 Suspension
8.03.001 General provisions
(1) Suspension and its attachment to the chassis frame, self-supporting body or frame must withstand the stresses that occur during normal use and load of the vehicle.
(2) There must not be due to wear or the like occur significant slack in the suspension as a whole or in its parts.
(3) Suspension shall be so designed that there is appropriate damping of the suspension occurring fluctuations arising from road surface irregularities.
8.03.002 Axles
(1) Axles must have a bearing strength equivalent to that of the vehicle permissible axle loads.
8.03.003 Bogie Structures
(1) For vehicles with a total maximum mass over 3,500 kg must bogie be designed so that an increase in the load on one of the shafts automatically distributed on all axles that are part of the bogie.
(2) Any axle in the bogie shall be fully loaded vehicle to pass through a 80 mm high obstacle, without any part of the balancer goes against fixed stops.
(3) In the motor vehicle in which the first and second axles are steered and have a mutual wheelbase less than 2.10 m, these shafts do not meet the requirements of section. (1) and (2).
(4) In bogies with three axles, the distance between the front and rear axle does not exceed 3.60 m.
8.03.004 springs
(1) Springs must have a bearing strength at least equivalent to the vehicle permissible axle loads.

8.03.005 Shock absorbers (1) Shock absorbers on the same axle must have the same calming effect.
8.03.020 Car
(1) Car must be equipped with suspension on all axles.
(2) About requirement vejvenlig driving axle suspension systems, see the provisions of section. 3.01.020.
8.03.021 Passenger M1
(1) Passenger M1 shall be equipped with shock absorbers on all wheels.
8.03.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 follow the rules for passenger car M1.
8.03.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 must be equipped with shock absorbers at the front.
8.03.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 follow the rules for passenger car M1.
8.03.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 follow the rules for passenger M3.
8.03.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 follow the rules for passenger M3.
8.03.030 Motorcycle
(1) Motorcycle must be equipped with cushioned suspension on the front axle.
(2) side-car must be fitted with suspension between the wheels and the vehicle body or let.

8.03.110 trailer / trailer to the car
(1) trailer / trailer to the vehicle must be equipped with suspension of all axles.
8.03.141 Caravan
(1) Camper must be equipped with suspension on all axles.
(2) Camper with a maximum weight not exceeding 3,500 kg must be fitted with shock absorbers or other cushioning device in the suspension system.
8.03.142 Other to registration outboard gear
(1) Other trailers to registration tool follows the rules for caravan.
8.03.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) Trailer for Motorcycles must be equipped with



a) a shaft having one or two wheels,

b) suspension of all wheels, and

c) shock absorbers or other impact-attenuating device.

9th Body, building etc.
9.01 Body
9.01.001 General provisions
(1) Body - including self-supporting body - be securely attached to vehicle bearing parts and must be designed so that sharp edges or protruding parts and like do not result in undue danger to other road users.
(2) As new must EC type-approved and type-approved passenger M1 and N1 van meet the requirements with regard to their reusability mm of Directive 2005/64 / EC.
Provision becomes effective



a) 15 December 2008 for new vehicle types and

b) 15 July 2010 for cars registered for the first time on or after this date.

9.01.002 Foreclosure wheels
(1) to registration vehicle with a maximum design speed exceeding 40 km / h must be fitted with screens of all wheels.
(2) The provisions of foreclosure must be met by service weight. For vehicles where the vertical distance between the wheels and the body is adjustable, the rules must be met by the vehicle manufacturer normal position.
(3) In the vehicle with double or triple axle the wheels on the same side have common protective casing in front of the front wheel center and behind the rear wheel center complying with the foreclosure, and as a continuous, horizontal portion of the wheels.
(4) The prescribed shielding must be provided through the vehicle body or structure or by arranging special displays above the wheels.
(5) Cover:



a) Must be firmly attached to the vehicle body or bearing parts and must be designed so that sharp edges or protruding parts and the like do not cause unnecessary danger to other road users.

b) Must appear as a whole, if the shield possibly composed of several elements.

c) Can be detachable either as a unit or in parts.

9.01.003 Doors
(1) Door handles and hinges must be so designed and arranged that they do not cause unnecessary danger to other road users.
(2) The door must be equipped with door lock that can keep the door closed while driving.
(3) Door hinges must be firmly attached to both die as a body.
(4) When opening the automatic door, the distance between the door outer point and the body not at any time exceed 0.45 m.
9.01.004 Boundaries
(1) Separation between the cab and load area cover at least driving seat to reach from floor to ceiling.
Requirement is considered met if the separation at least covers the seat and headrest, both in the highest position. However, there shall be at a distance of 0.10 m between the separation and roof lining, measured in seat vertical centerline.
(2) separation and its attachment to the vehicle shall be of such strength that it can withstand the load from forward-sliding cargo at a deceleration of the vehicle at 10 m / s2 or meet the requirements for strength, see. ISO / DIS 27956, section . 4.1.
(3) Separation may consist in:



a) Fine mesh wire mesh in a metal frame.

b) The plate of metal, wood or carbon fiber.

c) Plate of shatterproof plastic. The plate should be placed in a metal frame.

d) Laminated glass approved and marked meaning. section. 10.03.020 (1). The glass should be placed in a metal frame.

(4) Separation of passenger may also consist of safety glass, see. Section. 10.03.003 (1).
(5) Separation must not obscure visibility in mandatory inside rear.
(1) Unlock the door to the driver and passenger must automatically engage when the door is closed and must have both a latched position and a closed position.
9.01.021 Passenger M1
(1) Wheel guards:




a) To have arched or U-shaped cross-section whose concave side facing downward and inward toward the deck, with a cross-sectional depth of at least 30 mm at the deepest point of the tire tread. Cross-section depth measured from the upper vertical radial plane through the center of the wheel, and can also gradually decrease to 0 mm at 30 ° in front of and at 50 ° backwards for this radial plane.

b) Should the width of the tire cover wheel upper part at least 30 ° ahead of and 50 ° behind the top vertical radial plane through the center of the wheel. Tyre width measured in said radial plane, although disregarding embedded text and ornamental patterns and bead and the like to protect the sidewall.

c) Must be designed so that the distance from the shielding edges of the wheel center line does not exceed 2.0 times the radius of the tire within the required coverage (from 30 ° in front of 50 ° behind the top vertical radial plane).

Tire radius measured at the center of the tread in the upper vertical radial plane through the center of the wheel.



d) Shall cover the wheel back part from a horizontal plane situated 0,15 m above the center of the tire in such a way that the intersection of the wheel guard edge and said horizontal plane is not within the tire's longitudinal center plane. By double-mounted wheels shall be the outer tire center longitudinal plane.

9.01.020 Car


(2) Passenger M1 on which the lowest seat R-point at curb weight is not more than 0.70 m above the ground, must meet the constructional provisions of Directive 96/27 / EC or American Standard FMVSS 214 para S6 on the protection of side collision.
The provision does not apply to multi-stage built car produced in a number of not more than 500 pieces. per. year.
(3) Passenger M1 with a maximum weight of no more than 2.500 kg must meet the constructional provisions of Directive 96/79 / EC or American Standard FMVSS 208 for protection in a frontal collision.
The provision does not apply to multi-stage built car produced in a number of not more than 500 pieces. per. year.
(4) Passenger M1 with a maximum weight of no more than 2.500 kg must meet the technical requirements of the front (pedestrian protection) of EC Regulation 78/2009, Annex 1, para. 2 or 3.
provision becomes effective



a) 24 November 2009 for new vehicle types, and

b) on 31 December 2012 for cars registered for the first time on or after this date.

(5) Passenger M1 with a maximum weight of no more than 2.500 kg must meet the technical requirements of the front (pedestrian protection) of EC Regulation 78/2009, Annex 1, para. 3.
provision becomes effective



a) February 24, 2013 for new vehicle types, and

b) 24 February 2018 for cars registered for the first time on or after this date.

(6) Passenger M1 with a maximum authorized weight of over 2,500 kg, must meet the technical requirements of the front (pedestrian protection) of EC Regulation 78/2009, Annex 1, para. 3.
provision becomes effective



a) February 24, 2015 for new vehicle types and

b) 24 February 2019 for cars registered for the first time on or after this date.

(7) Passenger M1, which is derived from a van N1, with a maximum authorized weight of over 2,500 kg and the driver's R point either the front axle or a maximum of 1.10 m behind the front axle must not comply with the provision in section. (6).
9.01.022 Passenger M2
(1) Wheel guards:



a) Shall cover wheel tire full width.

b) Must have arched or U-shaped cross section, whose depth is at least 10% of the shielding width, at least 30 mm.

c) Must cover the wheel upper portion in the range of at least 30 ° from a vertical plane through the wheel center to a horizontal plane situated 0,10 m above the wheel center.

d) Should be designed so that the distance from the guard edge to the center of the wheel does not exceed 2.0 times the radius of the wheel.

(2) Foreclosure behind the rear wheels must also cover the wheel from a horizontal plane situated 0,05 m below the wheel center. The part of the shield, which is located below a horizontal plane situated 0,10 m above the center of the wheel, do not meet the provisions of section. (1) b) and d).
(3) Passenger M2 having a maximum weight not exceeding 3.500 kg can be provided with wheel guards under the rules for passenger car M1. Behind the rear wheels, however, the width of the tire be mounted additional shielding (rain flap) down to 0.05 m below the wheel center.
9.01.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for passenger M2.

(2) Passenger M3, which is designed to carry more than 17 persons must meet the constructional provisions of ECE Regulation 66 on the strength of superstructure on large passenger cars.
(3) The provisions of section. (2) does not apply to passenger M3 where the permitted number of standing passengers is 20% or more of the maximum permitted number of passengers and only authorized for regular services.
(4) The provisions of section. (2) does not apply to passenger M3 in two floors.
9.01.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for passenger car M1.
(2) Vans N1 closed load area must be equipped with a separation between cab and load area.
(3) Vans N1 closed load area that has die in last room left, must also bear a door in the last compartment rear or right side.
(4) For van N1, the provisions of section. 9.01.021 (2) for passenger M1 on side-impact protection.
(5) Vans N1, derived from a passenger M1, and with a maximum weight not exceeding
2.500 kg must meet the requirements of section. 9.01.021 (4) and (5).
(6) Vans N1 shall meet the requirements as to the passenger M1 in point. 9.01.021 (6) regardless of the maximum authorized weight.
(7) Vans N1 with the driver's R point either the front axle or a maximum of 1.10 m behind the front axle must not comply with the provision in section. (5) and (6).
9.01.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for passenger M2.
(2) Truck N2 closed loadspace follow the rules of van N1 in point. 9.01.024 (2) and (3) the separation and doors in load area.
(3) The Loader N2 that is designed to pull semi-trailer, can be so arranged that the part of the rear wheel guard, the height above the ground is greater than the tire diameter, and the guard in front of the wheel, can be removed when the vehicle is switched semitrailer . Semi-trailer bodywork or structure must then cover wheel tire full width when driving straight ahead.
9.01.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 follow the rules for truck N2.
9.01.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycles must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for passenger car M1. However, the angle in front of the upper vertical radial plane through the center of the wheel is reduced to 0 °.
9.01.041 United moped
(1) Three-wheel big moped rules apply to three-wheel motorcycle. However, cross-sectional depth in the upper vertical radial plane through the center of the wheel be less than 30 mm, and the distance of the section. 9.01.021 (1) d) can be increased to 0.20 m.
9.01.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must be fitted with screens above the wheels.
9.01.050 Tractor
(1) Tractor protruding parts must not present an unnecessary risk to other road users and must be designed so that they are clearly visible outside the daytime. Working equipment that is mounted on the vehicle regarded as protruding parts.
9.01.060 Motor Gear
(1) Crane Beams, buckets and other protruding parts must not present an unnecessary risk to other road users.
9.01.100 Trailer
(1) The front wheels of the trailer, which is controlled by rotating the axle about its midpoint, the part of the guard, whose height above ground is greater than the tire diameter and shielding front wheel omitted if the vehicle body or structure covers the wheel in the tire full width when driving straight ahead.
9.01.111 trailer / trailer O1
(1) trailer / trailer O1 must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for passenger car M1.
9.01.112 trailer / semi-trailer O2
(1) trailer / semi-trailer O2 follow the rules of the trailer / semi-O1.
9.01.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) trailer / trailer O3 must be provided with wheel guards according to the regulations for truck N2.
9.01.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) trailer / trailer O4 follow the rules of the trailer / semi-O3.
9.01.141 Caravan
(1) Camper must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for trailer / semi-O1.
9.01.142 Other to registration outboard gear
(1) Other trailers to registration tool with a maximum weight of not more than 3,500 kg must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for trailer / semi-O1.
(2) Other trailers to registration tool with a maximum weight of more than 3,500 kg must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for trailer / semi O3.
9.01.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) Trailer for motorcycle must be provided with wheel guards under the rules for trailer / semi-O1.
9.01.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
9.01.340 Emergency vehicles

(1) Ambulance must bear the separation between the cab and bårerum. Separation should not comply with the provision in section. 9.01.004 (5).
(2) separation upper part can be arranged a pane of laminated glass.
9.02 Structure of let etc.
9.02.001 General provisions
(1) Let etc. must be firmly attached to the vehicle's load-bearing parts and must be designed so that sharp edges and protruding parts does not result in undue danger to others road.
9.02.002 Building with real let
(1) Ladbeslag etc. shall be so designed and arranged that they do not cause unnecessary danger to other road users.
9.02.003 Construction Dump
(1) Dumpers must be secured against slipping forward when the pan is in transport position.
(2) Three-way tipper must be fitted with locking devices that can keep the bucket in the transport position.
(3) Tipping device shall be so arranged that the lifting movement automatically ceases when the bucket is in its upper position and that the pan can be maintained in any position.
9.02.004 Building container
(1) Vehicles with construction for driving with a container must be fitted with container locks that can safely hold the container to the vehicle.
9.02.005 Building to swap
(1) Vehicles with construction for driving with a swap must be equipped with devices that can safely maintain vekselladet the vehicle.
9.02.025 Truck N2
(1) On truck N2, ladbeslag etc. whose distance above the ground is less than 1.80 m, meet the following requirements:



a) Corner Buckle shall be so designed and arranged that no part of the bracket protrude more than 20 mm outside the lads back.

b) Side Buckle must be built into the lads back.

c) The coupling device (sandbanks) have rounded edges and shall not project more than 20 mm outside the lads back. Nuts that are not recessed, must not project more than 10 mm outside the lads back.

d) Ladsidestøtter shall be designed or protected that the angle between ladstøttens side and lads back does not exceed 30 degrees. Ladsidestøtter can also be considered to be protected if the lads back at the bottom throughout the platform length has a side guard, consisting of a surface that is at least 0.10 m high. Ladsidestøtterne must not protrude in relation to the surface.

e) Snøreøskner and hooks, etc. must be equipped with lists or similar.

f) Clamping bracket made of tarpaulin structure must not project more than 25 mm beyond the tarpaulin.

9.02.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 including rules for truck N2.
9.02.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) For trailer / trailer O3 including rules for truck N2.
(2) Let the semitrailer must not protrude over the vehicle's cab.
9.02.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) For trailer / trailer O4 rules apply to the trailer / trailer O3.
9.02.150 Trailer for motorcycle
(1) Trailer for motorcycle must not be designed to carry persons.
9.02.461 Vehicle for animal transport
(1) Vehicle for transport of animals shall comply with the Justice Ministry decree on the transport of animals.
9.03 Building with tank
9.03.001 General provisions
(1) Tank must be firmly attached to the vehicle and must be designed so that sharp edges or protruding parts is not an unnecessary risk to other road users.
(2) The center of gravity for the fully laden vehicle shall not be located at a greater distance above the ground than the track width of the outer wheel.
9.03.002 thought to let
(1) tanks, located on the slothful shall be fixed as follows:



a) tank with a volume of 0.40 m3 or more and less than 4.00 m3 should at least be attached to laddets tværstrøer.

b) Tank with a capacity of 4.00 m3 or more shall be secured to the vehicle frame.

9.03.003 Surge-plates
(1) Tank or tank compartment for transporting liquid substances should be using baffles be divided into sections of not more than 7.50 m3.
Swirl the plates must be located perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the tank, and must have an area of ​​at least 70% of the tank's cross-sectional area.
(2) The provision in section. (1) shall not apply to tank, always use at least 80% full or more than 20% full.
(3) The provision in section. (1) shall not apply to vacuum-operated waste tank.
(4) The provision in section. (1) shall not apply to tank, manufactured before April 1, 1993 and meeting point. 9.03.003 (1) of the Vehicle Regulations for 1992.
9.03.410 Vehicle for transport of dangerous goods

(1) For vehicles with tank (apart from tank-container) of 3,000 liters, intended for the transport of liquid or molten substances and are tested at a pressure less than 4 bar, apply at full load, the vehicle must meet the technical requirements of ECE Regulation 111 (is krængningsstabilt (not rolling) at a lateral acceleration of at least 4.0 m / s2 or a tilt test at least 23 °).
(2) For vehicle with tank (except tank container) below 3,000 liters, or tank not intended for transport of liquid or molten substances or tank is tested at a pressure greater than or equal to 4.0 bar apply at full load



a) the vehicle must be krængningsstabilt (not rolling) at a lateral acceleration of at least 4.0 m / s2 (for semi-trailer designed for axle group alone), or

b) the vehicle's center of gravity must not be located in a greater distance above the ground than 90% of the track width of the outer wheel.

(3) The attachment between the tank and the vehicle must withstand loads corresponding to:



a) In the direction of travel: twice the weight of the filled tank.

b) in a horizontal plane perpendicular to the direction of travel: one times the weight of the filled tank.

c) vertically upwards: One times the weight of the filled tank.

d) vertically downwards: two times the weight of the filled tank.

9.04 Ladfremspring etc.
9.04.001 General provisions
(1) As ladfremspring considered the part of the pan / building, located outside the cab extreme point.
9.04.024 Vans N1
(1) Ladfremspring must not exceed 0.15 m.
9.05 Coupling
9.05.001 General provisions
(1) A coupling device:



a) Must be firmly attached to the vehicle's load-bearing parts. Bolt connections must be secured against separation.

b) Must be able to withstand the stresses that occur during normal use of the combination.

c) Shall be provided with mechanical security device to prevent the clutch unintentionally triggered.

d) Should be designed and positioned that the distance between the towing vehicle and trailer are unchangeable while driving straight ahead.

(2) The coupling portion of the tractor and the coupling part of the trailer must be intended for interconnection. There must be no significant backlash between the coupling parts.
9.05.002 trailer coupling
(1) trailer coupling must be designed and positioned



a) the trailer wheels during cornering as near as possible to follow the tracks of a tractor wheel and

b) that the coupled coupling parts has sufficient mutual movement.

9.05.003 Coupling
(1) Coupling shall be so designed and arranged



a) the trailer wheels during cornering as near as possible to follow the tracks of a tractor wheel and

b) that the coupled coupling parts has sufficient mutual movement.

9.05.004 Fifth wheel
(1) semi-trailer coupling must be designed and arranged that the semi-trailer has enough movement in relation to the towing vehicle.
(2) The coupling portion of the towing vehicle (sættevognsskammelen) can be arranged such that it can be displaced in the longitudinal direction of the vehicle. Sættevognsskammelen must be locked in the individual positions.
9.05.021 Passenger M1
(1) In the cars M1 coupling mounted by the car manufacturer's instructions.
9.05.024 Vans N1
(1) For van N1 including rules for passenger car M1.
9.05.030 Motorcycle
(1) The motorcycle must hitch mounted after the motorcycle directions or instructions from the manufacturer of the coupling device.
9.05.032 Motorcycle with sidecar
(1) Sidecar must be fixed on the motorcycle right side.
9.05.050 Tractor
(1) The tractor must be equipped with coupling devices for trailers or towed equipment.

9.05.100 Trailer (1) of the trailer vehicle, with the exception of a semi-trailer, can be provided with slidable drawbar (drawbar).
Drawbar



a) must be locked and secured in individual positions and

b) must be set so that the vehicle combination length and the distance between the rear edge of the towing vehicle and the front edge of the platform or structure on the trailer does not exceed the permissible.

(2) trailer can be equipped with guided sliding drawbar (drawbar), which is so designed that the length of the drawbar and thus the distance between the vehicles increased during cornering.

9.05.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) Drawbar (drawbar) must have sufficient length that the vehicle combination on level ground can make a rotation of 90 ° at maximum steering angle without the vehicle collides with another.
9.05.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) For trailer / trailer O4 rules apply to the trailer / trailer O3.
9.05.310 Vehicle for synsfri interconnection
(1) Car synsfri interconnection with trailer with maximum authorized weight not exceeding 3,500 kg shall be equipped with 50 mm coupling ball.
Koblingskuglens center shall be permissible weight to be placed at a height of 385 ± 35 mm above the ground.
Coupling Ball on truck N2 and N3 must have a technically permissible weight of the trailer either at least 2,000 kg or less than 3.500 kg.
(2) Truck for synsfri interconnection with trailer or semi tool on semi-trailer chassis must be equipped with semi-stool 2 'head-bolt that meets the structural provisions of Directive 94/20 / EC sættevognsskamler designed for driving with a trailer with forced steered axles.
(3) Truck for synsfri interconnection with trailer O3 or O4 or outboard gear on chassis for such a trailer must be equipped with



a) 40 mm trailer coupling in accordance with ISO 8755-1986,

b) 50 mm trailer coupling in accordance with ISO 1102-1986 or ECE Regulation 55 or

c) 57 mm trailer coupling that meets the structural provisions of Directive 94/20 / EC.

Påhængsvognskoblingens center should be at the service emphasis be placed at a height of 425 ± 75 mm, 650 ± 75 mm or 900 ± 100 mm above the ground. For truck equipped with bogie lifting the height requirement be met both with highlighted as with lowered shaft.
A coupling device designed for cart must have a permissible vertical load of at least 1,000 kg.
(4) trailer with maximum authorized weight not exceeding 3,500 kg must be fitted with 50 mm ball coupling.
(5) Semi-trailer and towed tool on semi-trailer chassis must be equipped with 2 "kingpin. If the trailer has forced steered axles, the controller must be made through a wedge in accordance with Directive 94/20 / EC.
(6) Trailer O3 and O4 and trailer equipment on the chassis of such trailers must be equipped with



a) koblingsøje 40 mm according to ISO 8755-1986,

b) koblingsøje 50 mm in accordance with ISO 1102-1986 or ECE Regulation 55 or

c) 57 mm koblingsøje that meet the constructional provisions of Directive 94/20 / EC.

Clutch eye center should be in a horizontal position and at the service emphasis be placed at a height of 425 ± 75 mm, 650 ± 75 mm or 900 ± 100 mm above the ground.
For cart and their tool of cart type, height requirement be met with horizontal chassis.
For the second trailer valid height requirement also for drawbar hinge (parallel bolts), unless the drawbar is cranked and is marked and approved in accordance with Directive 94/20 / EC.
9.06 Luggage racks, bicycle racks, etc.
9.06.001 General provisions
(1) Luggage rack, bicycle rack, etc.:



a) Must be so designed and arranged that they do not cause unnecessary danger to other road users.

b) Must be so arranged that they do not know the intended use has adverse effect on vehicle handling.

c) Must be securely attached to the vehicle.

(2) Luggage ladder should be placed on the rear of the vehicle.
9.06.002 cooler Figurines etc.
(1) The vehicle must not be equipped with cooler characters, helmet ornaments and the like, because of form, placing way or materials endangering other road users.
9.06.003 Halt
(1) Running boards shall be so designed and arranged that it does not cause unnecessary danger to other road users.
Especially protruding or protruding footboard must be provided with adequate shielding or have rounded corners or the like.
9.06.004 Tagreklameskilte etc.
(1) Tagreklameskilt and the like must be designed and arranged that it does not cause unnecessary danger to other road users.
9.06.005 Bull bars etc.
(1) Car may only be fitted with bull bar, frame, lamp hanger or similar to the following rules:



a) Passenger M1 and N1 van can be fitted with bull bar etc. (frontal protection system) approved, labeled and installed in accordance with EC Regulation 78/2009, as well as lamp bracket at a height of at least 2.00 m above the ground .

b) The second car can be fitted with bull bar, etc. in resilient plastic material and lantern hanger placed at a height of at least 2.00 m above the ground.

9.06.021 Passenger M1

(1) Tagreklameskilt and the like (including taglygte on taxi) must be located at least 0.40 m from the edge of the roof.
(2) The provision in section. (1) does not apply to car that has forward control and a ceiling height of at least 1.80 m above the ground.
9.06.024 Vans N1
(1) For van N1 including rules for passenger car M1.
9.07 Outputs, boarding, etc. in passenger M2 / M3
9.07.001 General provisions
(1) Output can be operated service door (ie door used for passengers' normal entry and exit), emergency door, emergency window or escape hatch.
(2) The output of the back (the portion of the vehicle facing backwards) may be replaced by an escape hatch on the condition that there are output on both sides of the vehicle as close to the rear as possible.
(3) Every passenger shall have access to mandatory outputs.
(4) The provisions of section 9.07 does not apply for a row where there is access to a door on each side next to the seat row.
9.07.002 Service Door
(1) The free passage width must be at least 0.55 m or 0.50 m measured between the handrails.
(2) Internal handle shall be so arranged that the door can not be accidentally opened.
(3) automatic doors, immediately at the door both external and internal, a device that enables the automatic out of action so that the door can be opened manually.
Device



a) must be clearly visible; outside a maximum of 1.80 m above the ground and inside at least 1.60 m above the floor.

b) to function, regardless of whether the vehicle's electrical installations or other energy supply fails,

c) must be clearly marked with instructions on how to operate it, and

d) can be shielded and sealed to prevent abuse.

(4) For automatic doors, which are not directly monitored from the driver's seat or from fixed konduktørplads from which they operate, the following applies:



a) must be in the driver area is a signal device which provides signal until the automatic door is completely closed. The warning devices must be controlled by the door's actual movement.

b) There must internally be provided an arrangement of mirrors or television equipment that the driver directly from the driver's seat can monitor all automatic doors incl. steps etc.

(5) Service Door must be located in the vehicle's right side or back.
(6) Automatic exit door construction and control system should be such that a passenger can not get hurt or get caught in the door when it closes.
If the door during closing meetings a clamping force of 150 N shall be automatically open completely. The clamping force may briefly exceed 150 N, but not exceeding 300 N.
9.07.003 Emergency door
(1) The free passage width must be at least 0.55 m.
(2) The door should not be converted into sliding or folding door. Dog accepted sliding door as an emergency in a vehicle with more than 22 passengers, if it is established that the door can be opened without the use of tools after a frontal collision test in accordance with Directive 74/297 / EEC.
(3) The door must open outwards and be fitted with both external and internal handle. The exterior handle must be placed not more than 1.80 m above the ground. The inside handle shall be so arranged that the door can not be accidentally opened.
(4) The door must both externally and internally clearly marked with 'emergency exit' or standardized emergency exit symbol. When required, exist a clear instruction manual.
9.07.004 Emergency window
(1) The free passage opening should be at least 0.50 m high, at least 0.70 m wide and have a minimum area of ​​0.40 m2.
(2) Emergency window that by vertical division can be divided into two emergency windows, are seen as two outputs.
(3) The window shall be arranged so that the glass in a simple manner can be removed without tools.
(4) pane must be made of tempered glass.
(5) In a visible place at the windows or the ceiling must be positioned tool for breaking the glass.
There must be at least 1 pc. tool for each started 20 passenger seats, at least 2 paragraphs.
(6) Window, both externally and internally clearly marked with 'emergency exit' or standardized emergency exit symbol. There must be inside exists a clear instruction manual.

(7) The provision in section. (3) will not be fulfilled unless immediately at each emergency exit window is positioned tool to shatter. Are these tools placed under the windows, there must be centralized similar tools under the ceiling next to each emergency window. The tool can be to prevent theft may be secured to the vehicle by means of wire or the like, it being understood that the tool can be used without difficulty.
9.07.005 Emergency Worse
(1) Emergency Worse may be sunroof or floor hatch.
(2) The free passage width must be at least 0.50 m.
(3) The sum of the free passage length and width must be at least 1.20 m.
(4) Emergency Worse need in a simple manner and without tools could be opened from the outside and the inside.
(5) Emergency Worse must both externally and internally clearly marked with 'emergency exit' or standardized emergency exit symbol. There must also exist a clear instruction manual.
(6) floor hatch shall be hinged to open inward into the passenger compartment, or could be introduced into the passenger compartment.
(7) floor hatch must be equipped with an alarm that warns the driver if it is not properly closed. The floor escape hatch lock, and not the movement of the hatch, shall actuate this device. This requirement shall not apply if the floor hatch is locked automatically when the vehicle is moving at a speed exceeding 5 km / h.
(8) Emergency Worse intended to be cast out, must not, when used, become completely detached from the vehicle that the hatch is a danger to other road users.
9.07.006 access to exits
(1) The height from floor to ceiling must be at least:



a) 1,250 mi vehicle designed to carry no more than 13 people.

b) 1.325 mi vehicle designed to carry more than 13 persons but not more than 19 people.

c) 1,750 mi vehicle designed to carry more than 19 persons, however, 1,650 m on the top floor of the vehicle with two floors.

Provisions do not apply immediately inside the service door or emergency door or in respect of land used exclusively for seated persons or persons on the seat (row) and possibly also as access to emergency window.
Provisions shall also not for all-terrain vehicle designed to carry no more than 13 people.
(2) Access to the service door can immediately inside the service door be blocked by a single seat that meets the requirements of section. 10.01.022 (4).
(3) Access to emergency:



a) must be in the vehicle designed to carry no more than 13 people at most be obstructed by two seats or seat rows.

b) be in the vehicle designed to carry more than 13 persons at most be obstructed by a single seat or a double seat just inside the emergency exit door.

Seat blocking access to emergency must comply with section. 10.01.022 (5).
(4) In vehicles equipped to carry more than 19 persons must be to udstignings and emergency be free access of at least 0.40 m width, measured in seat height, and at least 0.50 m, measured at 0.85 m height. Failing access to service door along the front edge of a seat or between two cross-seats facing each other, the clear width, measured in seat height is increased by 0.125 m 0.25 m.
(5) In vehicles equipped to carry more than 19 people must aisle have a width of at least 0.30 m, measured in seat height, and at least 0.40 m, measured at 0.85 m height. When measuring,



- Apart from the area that lies within the 0,125 m in front of a seat measured from its front edge,

- Sliding seats be shot aisle, and - folding seats be unfolded.

(6) For vehicle exclusively furnished with seating and can bring more than 22 people, the seats on one or both sides of the aisle may be movable laterally, so that aisle width can be reduced to a minimum width of 0, 22 m. it is assumed that by
using one on each seat control device that is easily accessible to a person standing in the aisle, is possible - even when the seat is loaded - to bring this to light and to automatically return to a position corresponding to a minimum width of 0.30 m.
9.07.007 lift for wheelchair users
(1) A lift can be in the retracted position fully or partially cover mandatory exit if there immediately end / lift both external and internal, a device that enables the automation of function, so that the lift can be folded away from the end.

Shall meet the provisions of section. 9.07.002 (3) the device for manual opening of automatic doors.
(2) Lift must only work when the vehicle is stationary. By raising and lowering of the platform, a device to prevent the wheelchair from rolling off shall automatically come into operation.
(3) The lift platform must be at least 0.80 m wide and 1,20 m long and the lift to work, when loaded with 300 kg.
(4) Controls for the lift must be clearly marked as such, and the lift lowered position shall be indicated by an indicator on the driver.
(5) The operating mechanism shall be designed so that, if released, it automatically returns to the off position. As it does, the hitch travel immediately be stopped and it must be possible to initiate a movement in either direction.
(6) Areas not visible to the person operating the lift and the lift might trap or crush objects shall be protected by a safety device (eg reversing mechanism).
(7) If one of these safety devices coming into operation, the movement of the lift shall immediately be stopped and movement in the opposite direction initiated.
(8) In case of failure of a safety device, the lift could not be operated unless it is possible to operate it safely by hand. Emergency operating nature and location must be clearly indicated. In case of power failure, the lift can be operated by hand.
9.07.008 ramp for wheelchair users
(1) Power-operated ramp shall only be capable of operation when the vehicle is stationary.
(2) Controls for the ramp must be clearly marked as such, and when the ramp is laid out, this shall be indicated by the indicator on the driver.
(3) A ramp must be at least 0.80 m wide. Slope of the ramp when it is posted to a curb with a height of 0.15 m, may not exceed 12%. When measuring the ramp slope can bodywork lowered by kneeling system.
(4) Outside edges shall be rounded to a radius of at least 2.5 mm. Outside corners must be rounded to a radius of at least 5 mm.
(5) ramp which has a length of 1.20 m, when they are ready for use shall be fitted with a device to prevent the wheelchair from rolling off the sides.
(6) The ramp should be used safely at a load of 300 kg.
(7) When the power-operated ramp down and retraction shall be indicated by flashing yellow lights and an audible signal; ramps shall be identifiable by clearly visible red and white reflective warning markings on the outer edges.
(8) Horizontal laying of power-operated ramp shall be protected by a safety device.
(9) For power-operated ramp, the horizontal movement stop if the ramp is loaded with a mass of 15 kg.
(10) If any of the above mentioned safety devices for power-operated ramp comes into operation, the movement of the ramp shall immediately be stopped. In case of power failure, the ramp could be operated by hand.
(11) When a ramp is at a service door located within the driver's direct field of vision may be approved, the ramp may be operated by the driver from his seat. In all other cases, the controls shall be located near the ramp. It can only be activated and deactivated by the driver from his seat.
9.07.009 Kneeling system
(1) Any control which initiates the lowering or raising of any part or the whole of the bodywork relative to the road surface must be clearly identified and be under the driver's direct control.
(2) lowering or raising process must be stopped and immediately reversed by means of one or more control devices located within reach of the driver, whilst seated in the cab, and also adjacent to any other devices for operation of the kneeling system .
(3) When mounted a kneeling system, the vehicle must



a) could not run more than 5 km / h when the vehicle body is in a position that is lower than the normal height of

b) to be raised or lowered when the service door for some reason can not be activated.

9.07.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 must be equipped with:



a) A number of exits in each side, sufficient for the number of people which the vehicle is designed to carry. A udstignings- or emergency door is enough for 30 people and an emergency window to 20 people. For car designed to carry more than 19 persons must be at least two exits on each side, respectively disposed before and behind.

b) Output in the back.


c) two service doors or one service door and one emergency door. Door shall be located respectively in front and rear half of the vehicle.

(2) Car equipped to carry no more than 13 persons should not be provided with access to the left, when there are dying each side out of the cab and udstignings- or emergency door in the passenger compartment to the right and back.
(3) The car on two levels directly, to each floor, as regards the number and position of outlets shall be considered as a vehicle. The output of underetagens backing may be replaced by



- Output in underetagens front or

- Staircase to the upper floor and additional output in the top storey rear or additional roof hatch.

For windscreen designed as an emergency exit window, the provision of section. 9.07.004 (7) does not apply, and the window can be made of laminated glass.
(4) The aisle on the top floor of the car in two floors to be with one or more steps associated with the access passage to a service door on the bottom floor or aisle on the bottom floor at a distance of no more than 3.00 m of a service door. If there are two staircases, can one go to an emergency door on the lower floor.



a) Passenger cars exclusively furnished with seating, which is designed to carry more than 30 passengers on the top floor, must be equipped with two staircases.

b) Passenger, which is furnished with both seating and standing room, which is equipped to carry more than 50 passengers on the upper floor must be equipped with two staircases.

9.07.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 follow the rules for passenger M2.
(2) In the articulated vehicle is deemed the passage between the two parts can not be output.
(3) articulated vehicle follows the front part and the rear part each of the rules for passenger M2.
(4) However:



a) Is the provision in point. 9.07.002 (4) b) not be met for the rear if:

- The bottom step is provided with a step control, giving signal on the driver when the step is burdened by a passenger, and

- The door's leading edge is provided with a sensing list that automatically stops and reverses the door closing movement, if the door complete closing is prevented, for example by a passenger is in the doorway.

b) Should the rear incorporate a service door, but should not otherwise comply with section. 9.07.022 (1) c).

9.07.356 sleeper bus
(1) For sleeper bus, the respective provisions for passenger respectively M2 and M3 also be satisfied with the seats turned into berths.
(2) The aisle may be less than 400 mm wide at the top bunks if



- Aisle width - as well at the bottom as at the top bunks - is at least 300 mm, and

- All the windows out of the berths is an emergency window with tools for breaking the glass placed at each window.

9.07.364 Motor caravan
(1) Motor caravan adapted to a maximum of 9 people, are not subject to the provisions of Section 9.07.
9.08 rear underrun protection (bumper)
9.08.001 General provisions
(1) Rear underrun protection



a) to provide protection against underrun in rear collisions with smaller vehicles

b) shall be located no more than 0.55 m above the ground (measured from the edge at curb weight with possibly. bogie lift lowered)

c) must be placed not more than 0,40 m from the vehicle's rear point

d) must not be wider than the rear axle measured at the wheel outer edge (excluding the bulging of the deck just above the ground), or more than 0.10 m narrower on each side, and

e) must have a minimum height of 0.10 m.

(2) the rear underrun protection must meet the technical requirements of Directive 70/221 / EEC as amended by 2006/20 / EC.
(3) Rear underrun protection may consist of two sections that are placed at intervals of no more than 0.6 m, or three sections with a space on each no more than 0.3 m.
(4) rear underrun protection can be designed so that its position on the back of the vehicle can be changed, provided it can be locked in the operating position.
(5) Rear underrun protection may wholly or partly made up of solid parts of the vehicle structure or part of the vehicle's rear wheels.
(6) Rear underrun protection may be wider than the rear axle if



- The vehicle is equipped with a protective frame on each side of the shield until the rear wheels, and

- Shielding width does not exceed the remaining build-up width.


(7) Rear underrun protection can on vehicle tail lifts consist of sections where



- The horizontal distance between the shield and the elements of the platform lift is not more than 2.5 cm, and

- Each section has an active area of ​​at least 350 cm2.

9.08.021 Passenger M1
(1) For passenger M1 rules apply to van N1.
9.08.022 Passenger M2
(1) For passenger M2 rules apply to van N1.
9.08.023 Passenger M3
(1) For passenger M3 rules apply to van N1.
9.08.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 must be fitted with rear underrun protection unless clearance under the rear of the vehicle does not exceed 0.55 m (measured more than 0,45 m from the car's rear section and a width of the rear axle deduction of 0.10 m each side).
9.08.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 must be equipped with rear underrun protection.
(2) Car trailer exempted from the requirement in section. (1).
(3) Car with a compaction for renovation where headroom under renovation fund does not exceed 0.55 m, and where there is no risk of underrun exempted from the requirement in section. (1).
(4) For the car with rear gravel or salt spreaders distance in the section. 9.08.001 (1) b) exceed 0.40 m.
(5) For car with the passenger cable car transport position where the ground clearance under the lift person does not exceed 0.55 m, the distance of the section. 9.08.001 (1) b) exceed 0.40 m.
(6) car with truck mixer, the distance of the section. 9.08.001 (1) b) shall be greater than 0.40 m and not more than 0.70 m.
(7) For car with swap the bucket hoisted up from the rear of the vehicle, the distance of the section. 9.08.001 (1) b) shall be greater than 0.40 m and not more than 0.70 m.
There may in this connection be ignored handles, fittings and the like, which is located at an altitude of at least 1 80 meters above the ground.
9.08.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 including rules for truck N2.
9.08.111 trailer / trailer O1
(1) For trailer / trailer O1 rules apply to van N1.
9.08.112 trailer / semi-trailer O2
(1) For trailer / semi-trailer O2 including rules for van N1.
9.08.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) For trailer / trailer O3 including rules for truck N2.
9.08.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) For trailer / trailer O4 including rules for truck N2.
9.08.120 Tractor Trailer
(1) Tractor trailer must be equipped with rear underrun protection if laddets rear bottom point is more than 0.40 m behind the rear wheel.
9.08.130 trailer for motorized equipment
(1) For trailer for motorized equipment including rules for tractor trailer.
9.08.141 Caravan
(1) For caravan including rules for van N1.
9.08.142 Other to registration outboard gear
(1) For other outboard gear to registration rules apply to van N1.
9.08.200 Road Train
(1) combinations of truck and cart, the car should not be equipped with rear underrun protection.
(2) Rear underrun protection, as described in section. 9.08.001 (4), should only be placed in the operating position on the wagon train's rear vehicle.
9.09 Lateral
9.09.001 General provisions
(1) Lateral protection to reduce the risk that unprotected road users can get under a vehicle's side in front of the rear wheels.
(2) Lateral shall be made of



a) plate, flat or profiled in a vertical section,

b) horizontal bars, at least 0.10 m high (though 0.05 m high for truck N2 and trailers / semi O3) and with a gap of no more than 0.30 m, or

c) a combination of the plate and bars.

(3) sideguard surface should be smooth and as far as possible continuous from front to rear; abutting portions may overlap rearwardly or downwardly, or there may be a gap of more than 25 mm in the longitudinal direction, provided that the rear part does not project in relation to the front. All external edges and corners shall be rounded with a radius of at least 2.5 mm. Rounded bolt heads and the like may project up to 10 mm from the surface.
(4) Lateral must be firmly attached to the vehicle and be so designed that it can withstand a horizontal static force of 1 kN exerted perpendicular to any part of its outer side of a stamp with a diameter of 220 mm ± 10 mm, and without indentation under this load exceeds:



a) 30 mm at the rear 0.25 m of side guard and

b) 150 mm at the other portion.

(5) Lateral must be so arranged within the width



a) that it does not increase the vehicle width


b) side guard is more than 0,12 m in the outermost plane (maximum width) and

c) that the rear 0.25 m of side guard is up to 30 mm in the rear wheel outside.

(6) Lateral must be so placed in height (measured at curb weight) that



a) lower edge is a maximum of 0.55 m above the ground and

b) the upper edge is

- At least 0.95 m above the ground

- At the level of ladfladen or

- No more than 0.35 m during an overlying solid construction, whichever is lowest.

(7) sideguard forefront must, unless it is immediately behind the other solid parts of the vehicle consist of a continuous vertical member extending over the entire height of the screen. The outer and forward faces must measure at least 0.05 m behind and be turned 0.10 m inward of N2 and O3 and at least 0.10 m behind and be turned 0.10 m inward of N3 and O4.
(8) sideguard trailing edge should not be more than 0.30 m in front of the rear wheel, though 0.50 meters on vehicle with swiveling rear axle.
(9) Permanently fixed vehicle parts, eg boxes, tanks, etc. may be part of the side guard, provided that they meet the dimensional requirements.
(10) Prescribed side shielding must also be placed between the wheels, where the distance is more than 0.60 m.
(11) Lateral may be constructed so that its position on the side of the vehicle can be changed, provided that it can be locked in functional position.
9.09.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 must be equipped with side shields on the right side.
(2) Car trailer exempted from the requirement in section. (1).
(3) sideguard cutting edge shall be located within 0.30 m behind the front wheel or be adjacent to the cab or sill at an angle of more than 45 °.
9.09.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 including rules for truck N2.
9.09.113 trailer / trailer O3
(1) trailer / trailer O3 (except dolly) must be equipped with side shields on the right side.
(2) sideguard forefront must



a) trailer with steering be located within 0.50 m behind the front wheel,

b) kærre be located within 0.25 m behind the front edge of the platform or structure and

c) semitrailer be located within 0.25 m behind the transverse plane of the support legs and a maximum of 2.70 m behind the kingpin.

(3) Semi-trailer that is retractable, to be in an extended position with respect to the sideguard position in the longitudinal direction satisfy the requirement of the leading edge or trailing edge.
(4) sideguard cutting edge can pull link trailer with outriggers at front of the vehicle be located up to 2.70 m behind the kingpin with the vehicle in the retracted position.
9.09.114 trailer / trailer O4
(1) For trailer / trailer O4 rules apply to the trailer / trailer O3.
9.10 Front underrun protection (bumper)
9.10.001 General provisions
(1) Front underrun protection



a) to provide protection against underrun by frontal collisions with smaller vehicles

b) must be placed not more than 0.445 m above the ground (measured from the edge at curb weight with possibly bogie lift lowered), only 0.400 m for truck N2 with a maximum weight not exceeding 7.500 kg,

c) must not be wider than the front fenders and must not be more than 0.10 meters shorter on either side, measured from the outside of the front tires or more than 0.20 m shorter on either side, measured from the outer edge of trinbrædt on the cab | ||
d) must have a minimum height of 0.10 m for truck N2 and at least 0.12 m for truck N3

e) shall be designed such that the ends not facing forward and appears with a radius of at least 2.5 mm,

f) shall be designed such that its surface appear soft rounded or horizontally corrugated and so that bolts and rivets, which must be rounded, not protruding more than 10 mm from the surface.

(2) Front underrun protection must meet the constructional provisions of Directive 2000/40 / EC or in ECE Regulation 93, in terms of construction and assembly.
(3) Front underrun protection can be designed so that its position at the front of the vehicle can be changed, provided that it can be locked in the operating position.
9.10.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 must be fitted with front underrun protection.
(2) For off-road truck N2 the requirement to the front underrun protection do not.
9.10.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3 including rules for truck N2.
10th Interior fittings, visibility, special equipment, etc.
10.01 interior fittings etc.
10.01.001 General provisions

(1) Interior fittings must not cause unnecessary risk to the driver and passengers.
(2) The vehicle shall be such that the driver can operate the vehicle different devices, without the driver's attention being diverted from other traffic.
10.01.002 Seats
(1) Seats must be firmly attached to the vehicle.
(2) Movable seats must be automatically maintained in all positions, they can be placed in.
(3) adjustable backrest must be maintained in all positions, they are placed in.
(4) All seats can be tipped forward or have fold-down backs must automatically be maintained in the normal position. As a normal position for a folding seat is considered position where the seat cushion is folded.
(5) Driver's seat must be arranged and positioned that the driver can achieve a comfortable driving position and operate the vehicle controls.
10.01.003 Headrests
(1) Mandatory headrest must meet the constructional provisions of



a) ECE Regulation 17-06,

b) ECE Regulation 25-04,

c) Directive 78/932 / EEC or

d) American Standard FMVSS 202.

10.01.004 Wheelchair Bracket
(1) The vehicle used for the transport of person in the wheelchair must be equipped with brackets to the wheelchair restraint.
(2) Wheelchair bracket must be firmly attached to the vehicle. Furthermore, the rules on seat placement in point. 9.07.001, 9.07.006 and 10.01.023 analogy.
(3) Wheelchair must be firmly secured to the vehicle wheelchair bracket.
10.01.005 Space wheelchair
(1) For each wheelchair user, the passenger compartment is intended shall be set aside a special area that is at least 0.75 m wide and 1.30 m long. Special area longitudinal axis must be parallel to the vehicle's longitudinal axis, and the floor of the special area shall be slip-resistant.
(2) There may be fitted folding seats in a wheelchair space, but such seats when folded state does not intrude into the wheelchair space.
(3) A vehicle may be equipped with demountable seats fitted in the wheelchair space provided that can be easily removed.
10.01.006 door for wheelchair
(1) doorways for wheelchair must be at least 1.40 m tall and must have a minimum width of 0.90 m or 0.80 m measured between the handrails.
(2) devices for opening the door for wheelchair shall be located within 1.30 m above the floor or ground, whether they are inside or outside the vehicle.
10.01.020 Car
(1) As new must EC type-approved and type-approved vehicle be equipped with seats and head restraints that are approved in accordance with Directive 74/408 / EEC as amended by 2005/39 / EC.
(2) Side-facing seats is not allowed.
The provision does not apply to passenger M2 or M3, arranged so that there can passengers standing.
10.01.021 Car M1
(1) Passenger M1 must be equipped with headrests on the front seats seating.
(2) Forward-facing seats, with regard to their strength properties and fixing etc. meet the constructional provisions of



a) ECE Regulation 17-06 or

b) Annex II to Directive 74/408 / EEC as amended by 96/37 / EC. Original equipment seat may be built and installed in accordance with American Standard FMVSS 207.

Seat specially designed for people with disabilities, need only comply with the provision in section. 10.01.002 (1).
(3) Wheelchair Brackets must meet the constructional provisions of ISO standard 10542 or American standard SAE J2249 and be clearly and team-sustainable with "ISO" or "SAE".
(4) The provisions of section. 10.01.005 (1), 10.01.005 (2) and 10.01.006 does not apply to passenger car M1.
10.01.022 Passenger M2
(1) No seat should be positioned ahead of the driver's seat unless the seat is positioned so that from the driver's seat is necessary, direct view ahead and to the sides.
(2) Have a seat, so arranged that the passenger will be thrown forward through the vehicle of sudden braking or a collision, shall be placed guard bar or bars front seat unless the seat is equipped with seat belts.
(3) seats shall be so designed and placed that passengers can easily be get out of the car.
(4) Seat blocking access to the service door shall be designed so that



a) the seat can be folded away, and

b) the seat can be maintained safely and concealed position.

There must be a clear operating instructions.
(5) Seat blocking access to emergency must be arranged so that



a) the seat can be tilted to the side and remain in this position

b) seat in a simple manner can be removed without tools, or


c) the backrest can be folded down when the vehicle is designed to carry a maximum of 13 people.

There must be a clear operating instructions.
(6) Forward-facing seats, with regard to their strength properties and fixing etc. meet the constructional provisions of



a) ECE Regulation 80-01 or

b) Annex III to Directive 74/408 / EEC as amended by 96/37 / EC. Seat specially designed for people with disabilities, need only comply with the provision in section. 10.01.002 (1).

For passenger car, which is designed for 10 persons (incl. Driver), the original mounted seat, however, be built and installed in accordance with FMVSS 207.
(7) In the cabin interior fittings must be used materials which flame speed | ||


a) comply with the provisions of Directive 95/28 / EC (flame speed 100 mm / min), or

b) comply with American Standard FMVSS 302 (flame speed of 102 mm / min).

In passenger M2 arranged for less than 22 passengers and the passenger car where the permitted number of standing passengers is 20% or more of the maximum permitted number of passengers and only authorized for regular services may be used materials in which the flame speed is a maximum of 250 mm / min, measured according to ISO 3795-1976.
(8) Materials with greater flame speed may be used:



a) the hearth and the seat -polstring casing and, provided that the total area of ​​such materials is less than 300 cm2 and that the total volume is less than 100 cm 3.

b) in the second internal device, provided that the total area of ​​such materials is less than 300 cm 2, measured in any area of ​​not more than 625 cm2 and that the total volume is less than 100 cm 3.

(9) The provisions of section. (6) does not apply to passenger M2, where the permitted number of standing passengers is 20% or more of the maximum permitted number of passengers and only authorized for regular services.
(10) Wheelchair Brackets must meet the constructional provisions of Annex VII to Directive 2001/85 / EC.
For passenger M2, where the permitted number of standing passengers is 20% or more of the maximum permitted number of passengers and only authorized for regular services, there is no requirement for wheelchair bracket if the wheelchair is placed backwards against a wall or a backrest that can withstand a forward force of 250 daN, measured as specified in Annex VII, section 3.8.3 of Directive 2001/85 / EC.
10.01.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 follow the rules for passenger M2.
(2) The provisions of section. 10.01.022 (6) does not apply to passenger M3 into two floors, where the permitted number of standing passengers is 20% or more of the maximum permitted number of passengers on the lower floor, which only authorized for regular services.
(3) The provision in section. 10.01.020 (2) does not apply to passenger M3 with a maximum weight of over 10,000 kg, where side-facing seats allowed located in the vehicle rear portion to form an entire department with up to 10 seats. Side-facing seat must be equipped with headrest.
10.01.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 shall be equipped with headrests on the front seat outer seats.
10.01.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) Independently passenger must carry the guardrail or the like for use by the passenger.
(2) Two-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with footrests for the driver and any passengers.
10.01.041 Large moped
(1) Two-wheel moped must be equipped with footrests for the driver.
10.01.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must not be equipped with seat, hand strap, footrests or similar intended for passengers.
(2) Small moped must be equipped with pedals or footrests for the driver.

10.01.050 Tractor (1) The tractor may be provided with a passenger seat where the driver's operation of the vehicle is not impeded by the passenger.
(2) Passenger seat shall be so designed and placed that the passenger can hold on while driving.
10.01.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
10.01.356 sleeper bus
(1) Sædekonstruktionens device must be equipped with devices to safely maintain the structure, even when the seats are transformed into beds.
(2) The berths shall be placed sikkerhedsadskillelser that can prevent passengers thrown forward during hard braking or a collision.
(3) Sikkerhedsadskillelsens upper edge shall have a minimum height above the uncompressed seat cushion of 300 mm and must cover the entire available square's width. The space between the seat cushion relative to the uncompressed sikkerhedsadskillelsens upper edge and lower edge shall not exceed 70 mm.

(4) Safety separation must withstand a static forward load of at least 10 kN. The test force must be applied at a height of 250 mm above the uncompressed sengehyndes horizontal. Safety separation must for the test have a horizontal deformation of at least 100 mm and 300 mm maximum.
(5) Sikkerhedsadskillelser, tested and approved according to the dynamic test by the German provisions in § 35i, para. 4 in 15 Ergänzungslieferung StVZO of June 1992 may be deemed to meet the constructional provisions of section. 4.
10.01.364 Motor caravan
(1) The provisions of section. 10.01.020, 10.01.021, 10.01.022 and 10.01.023 of seats, including the seat strength properties and fixing etc. applies only to seats designated for normal use while driving.
(2) Motor caravan adapted to a maximum of 9 people, are not subject to the provisions of flame speed in the section. 10.01.022 (7) and 10.01.022 (8).
2.10 Seatbelts
10.02.001 General provisions
(1) Seat must be approved and marked according to



a) ECE Regulation 16-04,

b) Directive 77/541 / EEC, as amended by 96/36 / EEC, or

c) Directive 97/24 / EC.

Original equipment belt may be performed in accordance with US standard FMVSS 209.
(2) belt on the front seats must be three-point belt. Where such a harness or difficult can be placed, can lap belt may be used. Seat belt on rear seats can be lap belts or three-point belt.
The for each vehicle type required belt types are specified in the following.
(3) On the driver's seat must be seatbelt



a) fixed harness

b) harness with inertiretractor or

c) harness with double acting inertiretractor.

The for each vehicle type required belt types are specified in the following.
(4) passenger seats must be seatbelt



a) fixed harness

b) harness with inertiretractor,

c) harness with double acting inertiretractor or

d) belts with automatic retractor.

The for each vehicle type required belt types are specified in the following.
(5) Correctly used seat belts shall allow the driver to operate the vehicle's normal controls (gearshift, brakes, pedals and switches for lights, etc.).
(6) Seat belt must be firmly secured to the vehicle fixed parts. On the vehicle from the factory is equipped with belt attachment points must be used for fastening the seat belt.
(7) sikkerhedsseles course can be changed by using additional bracket, if not involve any intervention in the approved geometry of webbing or fittings. For additional bracket that is transmission, applies to both brackets as their attachment to the vehicle in the required strength must correspond to the seatbelt original anchorage points.
(8) Seat can be fitted with a special energy absorber, a belt tensioner buckle or equivalent.
10.02.002 Seat belts for wheelchair users
(1) The vehicle used for the transport of person in the wheelchair must be equipped with seat belts in space wheelchair if seat belts are required for the vehicle by corresponding regular seating.
Belt must be of the type required for the vehicle by corresponding regular seating.
Fixed braces can be used, wherein the roller belt is not desirable can be positioned.
(2) Seat belt must be approved and marked in accordance with the requirements of section 10.02.001 (1). Seat made in accordance with US standard FMVSS 209 can be used, regardless of the belt is not original equipment.
(3) belt anchorages shall be positioned so that the seat belt can be positioned appropriately to the wheelchair user's body.
(4) belt anchorages must be firmly attached to the vehicle.
Provision is considered to be fulfilled if the individual belt anchorage is attached to: - metal profiles in the floor, to



- Metal profiles in the side wall / tagstolpen, or

- Rails, brackets or the like made of metal, and where these are firmly attached to the floor construction.

10.02.020 Car

(1) As new must EC type-approved and type-approved vehicle be equipped with seat belts, approved in accordance with Directive 77/541 / EEC as amended by 2005/40 / EC, and with safety belt anchorages approved to -Keep to Directive 76/115 / EEC as amended by 2005/41 / EC.
10.02.021 Car M1
(1) Passenger M1 for all seats on the forward and rear-facing seats be equipped with safety belts as follows:




a) on forward facing seats: three-point belt with double acting inertiretractor (labeled 'Ar4m', where 'm' indicates that the retractor is double acting).

b) on the rear-facing seat lap belt possibly with automatic retractor or double acting inertiretractor (labeled "B" or "BR3" or "Br4m '), or three-point belt with double acting inertiretractor.

(2) Passenger M1 for all seating positions on the forward and rear-facing seats be equipped with safety belt anchorages which meet the constructional provisions of



a) ECE Regulation 14-04 or

b) Directive 76/115 / EEC, as amended by 96/38 / EC.

Original equipment belt anchorage may be performed in accordance with US standard FMVSS 210.
belt anchorages of the seat, which is specially designed for people with disabilities, need only meet the provisions of section. 10.02.001 (6).
(3) belt anchorages of space for wheelchair must meet the constructional provisions of ISO standard 10542 or American standard SAE J2249 and be labeled clearly and durably with "ISO" or "SAE".
10.02.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 with a gross vehicle weight of not more than 3,500 kg must for all seats on the forward and rear-facing seats be equipped with safety belts as follows:



a) on forward-facing seat: Three-point double-acting emergency locking retractor (labeled 'Ar4m', where 'm' indicates that the retractor is double acting), or three-point belt with double-acting emergency locking retractor with higher response threshold (labeled 'Ar4Nm', where 'N' indicates the retractor is with higher response threshold).

b) on the rear-facing seat lap belt with automatic retractor or double-acting emergency locking retractor (labeled "BR3", "Br4m" or "Br4Nm '), or three-point belt with double-acting emergency locking retractor.

(2) Passenger M2 with a gross vehicle weight of more than 3500 kg must for all seats on the forward and rear-facing seats be equipped with safety belts as follows:



a) on forward-facing seat: Three-point double-acting emergency locking retractor (labeled 'Ar4m' or 'Ar4Nm');

Lap belts with automatic retractor or double-acting emergency locking retractor (labeled "BR3", "Br4m 'or' Br4Nm ') can be used if,



- Immediately in front of that space is a forward-facing seat or other vehicle parts conforming to the resilience, listed in Annex III Directive 74/408 / EEC, as amended by 96/37 / EC, or

- The person's head can not come into contact with some parts of the vehicle, as defined in Annex 1, section. 1.23. Directive 77/541 / EEC, as amended by 96/36 / EC.

B) of rearward seat lap belt with automatic retractor or double-acting emergency locking retractor, or three-point belt with double acting inertiretractor.
(3) Passenger M2 must for all seating positions on the forward and rear-facing seats be equipped with safety belt anchorages which meet the constructional provisions of



a) ECE Regulation 14-04 or

b) Directive 76/115 / EEC, as amended by 96/38 / EC

Orignalmonteret belt anchorage may be performed in accordance with US standard FMVSS 210.
belt anchorages of the seats, which are specially designed for people with disabilities, need only comply with the provision in section. 10.02.001 (6).
(4) belt anchorages of space for wheelchair must meet the constructional provisions of Annex VII to Directive 2001/85 / EC.
(5) The provisions of section. (1), (2), (3) and (4) does not apply to passenger M2, where the permitted number of standing passengers is 20% or more of the maximum permitted number of passengers and only authorized for regular services.
(6) Symbol for harness duty must be prominently displayed at each seat fitted with a seat belt, and shall be as shown in the figure (white person on a blue background), to meet the driver's obligation under the Road Traffic Act § 80 PCS. 4.
disclosure may alternatively be met by



- Information from the driver, or

- Audiovisual.
10.02.023 Passenger M3
(1) For passenger M3, the provisions of section. 10.02.022 on passenger M2 with a maximum authorized weight of over 3,500 kg.
(2) The provisions of section. 10.02.022 (2) and (3) do not apply to passenger M3 into two floors, where the permitted number of standing passengers is 20% or more of the maximum permitted number of passengers on the lower floor, which only authorized for regular services.

(3) Side-facing seat in the passenger M3 covered by section. 10.01.023 (3) must at least be equipped with lap belt with retractor type-approved in accordance with Directive 77/541 / EEC. Safety belt anchorages must meet the requirements of Directive 76/115 / EEC.
10.02.024 Vans N1
(1) For van N1 applicable provisions for forward-facing seats in passenger car M1.
However, the lap belt sufficiently



a) middle front seat (s), if the passenger's head can not come into contact with the windshield as further defined in Annex II to Directive 74/60 / EEC

b) middle rear seat (s).

Double acting inertiretractor can be inertiretractor with higher response threshold (labeled 'Ar4Nm' where 'N' indicates that the retractor is with higher response threshold and 'm' indicates that the retractor is double acting).
10.02.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2, the forward-facing seats be equipped with safety belts as follows:



a) on the driver's seat lap belt or three-point belt,

b) on the front passenger seat: Three-point, possibly lap belt. Hip belt is sufficient if the passenger's head can not come into contact with the windshield as further defined in Annex II to Directive 74/60 / EEC.

(2) Loader N2, the front seat seating may be provided with safety belt anchorages which satisfy the constructive elements of



a) ECE Regulation 14-03 or

b) Directive 76/115 / EEC, as amended by 90/629 / EEC or Directive 96/38 / EC, however, the original equipment belt anchorage be conducted in accordance with US standard FMVSS 210.

10.02.026 Truck N3
(1) For truck N3, the provisions of truck N2.
10.02.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) Two-wheel motorcycle can be equipped with seat belts, if the motorcycle complies with the German demands for crash safety (8 Ausnahmeverordnung zur stvo of 20 May 1998) or equivalent rules another EU or EEA country.
10.02.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) Three-wheel motorcycle with bodywork to be fitted with safety belts.
(2) The belt anchorages must meet the requirements of Directive 97/24 / EC, Kap.11.
10.02.040 Moped
(1) Three-wheel moped with bodywork whose weight exceeds 250 kg, the rules for three-wheel motorcycle.
10.02.364 Motor caravan
(1) The provisions of section. 10.02.021, 10.02.022 and 10.02.023 to safety belts and seat belt anchorages shall only apply to seats that are designed for normal use while driving.
The rear seats have lap belt is sufficient. Retractor may be omitted.
Belt anchorages for rear-facing seats must only comply with the provision in section. 10.02.001 (6).
03/10 Vision, diamonds etc.
10.03.001 General provisions
(1) Motor-driven vehicle shall be such that, from the driving position is necessary, direct view ahead and to the sides.
(2) Motorized vehicles must be equipped with devices for the upkeep of any windshield.
10.03.002 Field
(1) There shall not be in the driver's direct field of view forward and to the sides be placed objects that will reduce visibility unnecessarily.
10.03.003 Glazing
(1) Window or windscreen must be made of clear safety glass. As safety glass is considered



a) laminated glass

b) tempered glass and

c) shatter-proof plastic material.

(2) windscreen in motor vehicle shall be such that the objects seen through the window, do not appear distorted or blurred.
(3) of the windscreen and the front side window (180 ° field of view) of the motor vehicle must have at least 70% light transmission within the normal field of vision.
10.03.004 sun visors, sunscreens, etc.
(1) External colored sun visor



a) must be located above the windshield

b) must be firmly attached,

c) shall not interfere with the driver's view, and

d) shall not have sharp edges, etc., which pose an unnecessary risk to other road users.

(2) Internal visor



a) must be located above the windshield

b) shall be adjustable

c) can be folded away so that the windscreen is not reduced

d) may not be able to cover mandatory, inside rear and

e) shall be so designed that it does not pose an unnecessary risk for the driver or passengers.

(3) windscreen and front side windows in motor vehicle may not be equipped with sunscreen in the form of sprayed or glued films that totally or partially covers the window.

The provision does not apply windscreen of the interior rear-view mirror in a range from rudeåbningens top edge and 0,10 m down and in a width not exceeding the interior førerspejls width of more than 20 mm on each side.
10.03.005 Windscreen wipers and washer
(1) Windscreen wiper



a) to be driven by the engine or other mechanical power source, and

b) must sweep the windshield on an area that gives the driver a clear view.

(2) windscreen washer must wet the windscreen so that the wiper can clean the glass.
10.03.006 Rear-view mirrors
(1) Driver Mirror



a) to give a clear mirror image without distortion,

b) shall be located so that the driver has adequate view to the rear,

c) shall be designed so that the sharp edges, etc. do not result in undue danger of collision or contact

d) must be adjustable, and

e) must be flat or convex with a radius of at least 0.80 m.

(2) inside rear mirror



a) must be positioned so that the driver's view ahead and to the sides is not significantly reduced, and

b) shall be adjustable without tools.

(3) Exterior rearview mirror



a) must be visible through the of the wipers cleaned part of the windscreen or through the side window

b) must be tightened so that the mirror setting can not be changed while driving

c) - if the mirror must be seen through the windshield - be such that it allows for a relatively light impact and

d) must not protrude considerably more outside the body than what is necessary for that driver has distinctive rear view.

(4) For exterior rear view mirrors that are placed on passenger car M1 and N1 van to ensure sufficient visibility when towing a caravan, the following applies:
If the distance between the mirror's outer point and the car exterior point of more than 200 mm and the distance between the mirror's lower edge and the ground less than 2.0 m, the mirror must be such that it allows for a relatively light impact, regardless of the mirror must be seen through the side window.
(5) Rear-view mirror with a reflective surface at least



a) 70 cm2 for flat mirror, and

b) 50 cm2 for convex mirror is called 'mirror of Category I'.

(6) Rear-view mirror with a reflective surface at least



a) 300 cm2 for flat mirror, and

b) 200 cm2 for convex mirror is called 'mirror of category II'.

(7) Wide-angle mirror



a) at least provide a field of view as shown in the figure below and

b) must be convex with a radius of at least 0.30 m.

(8) Close-proximity



a) at least provide a field of view as shown in the figure below,

b) must be convex with a radius of at least 0.30 m and

(9) c) shall be located at least 2.00 m above the ground measured to mirror the edge of allowed totalvægt.Frontspejl



a) at least provide a field of view as shown in the figure below,

b) must be convex with a radius of at least 200 mm,

c) do not meet section. 10.03.006 (3) a) and

d) be replaced by camera / monitor that displays the field in point. a) that meet the requirements of Directive 2003/97 / EC.

If using camera and monitor, the monitor display only field in point. a) when the vehicle runs at a speed up to 30 km / h. When the vehicle is traveling faster than 30 km / h or hills, the monitor can be used to display the field of vision of other cameras mounted to the vehicle.
(1) Windscreen must be of laminated glass that is



a) approved and marked Class II, III or IV according to ECE Regulation 43

b) approved and marked Class II, III or IV according to Directive 92/22 / EEC or

c) carried out in accordance with US standard FMVSS 205 (ANS Z26) and labeled with "DOT" and "AS 1" or "AS 14 '.

(2) Other windows must be of safety glass.
(3) Car windscreen must be equipped with



a) windscreen wiper (e) the leading space and room for front passengers,

b) washer and

c) defrosting and demisting device.

10.03.020 Car
(4) As new must EC type-approved and type-approved car be fitted with rear-view mirrors approved, labeled and fitted in accordance with Directive 2003/97 / EC as amended by 2005/27 / EC.
10.03.021 Car M1
(1) Passenger M1 must be equipped with



a) an interior rear-view mirror of Class I and


b) an exterior rear-view mirror of Class I on the left side.

(2) Passenger M1 should also be provided with exterior rear view mirrors of category I on the right side if



a) the inside rear-view mirror and outside rear-view mirror on the left side does not provide sufficient rear vision

b) the light transmittance in the rear window or in the rear side windows are below 70%, or

c) the car is RHD.

(3) Passenger M1 approved for driving with a trailer or towing gear, the construction reduces visibility in mandatory inside rear should also be provided with exterior rear view mirrors of category I on the right side.
(4) Rear window must be equipped with de-icing and de-misting device.
(5) Need not visible to the driver backward and downward angle be located items that reduces visibility unnecessarily. Unnecessary items can, for example. be Advertising streamers or opaque film, but not headrest, sunshade, window films and spoiler.
10.03.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 must be equipped with an outside rearview mirror of category II on each side.
(2) The provision in section. 10.03.006 (3) a) shall not apply to exterior mirror on the right side.
(3) The front side windows must be fitted with a device to prevent fogging.
The device may be an insulating glass unit.
The determination is not satisfied if the side windows only opening.
(4) For car designed to carry more than 19 persons are required rear-view mirror on the right side be such that fogging or killing of precipitation on the mirror surface is prevented or removed automatically. The provision to be fulfilled by heating the mirror surface with a power of 5 W per. 100 cm2 mirror surface.
10.03.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 follow the rules for passenger M2.
(2) In the articulated bus, the outside mirrors also provide a broad vision that the driver when driving with a minimum turning circle can see the whole length of the side of the ledbussens rear portion closest to the rotation center, possibly by installation of additional mirrors category II or angle mirror on each side.
10.03.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 shall be equipped with an outside rearview mirror of category I on each side.
10.03.025 Truck N2
(1) Truck N2 must bear the following mirrors



a) outside rear-view mirror of category II on either side

b) wide-angle mirror see. section. 10.03.006 (7)

c) proximity mirror see. section. 10.03.006 (8) and

d) front mirror (or camera) see. section. 10.03.006 (9), if the truck has GVW over 7,500 kg and has forward controlled.

Close-proximity is only required when it can be placed at least 2.00 m above the ground.
Right hand drive truck must not be provided with close proximity.


10.03.026 Truck N3
(1) Truck N3 follow the rules for truck N2.
10.03.031 Two-wheel motorcycle
(1) The windshield must be firmly attached to the handlebar or stem.
(2) Two-wheel motorcycle with the wind screen of a height such that the driver can not see the road from 10 m in front of the driver's seat forward, must be equipped with



a) windscreen wipers and

b) washer.

(3) Driver Mirror



a) must be convex and

b) must have a reflecting surface of at least 69 cm2.

(4) Two-wheel motorcycle shall be equipped with a rear-view mirror on each side. Motorcycle with a top speed of 100 km / h must not be fitted with rear-view mirror on the right side.
10.03.033 Three-wheel motorcycle
(1) About the windscreen, other glass panes or windshield wiper and washer, the provisions of section. 10.03.020.
(2) In the rear-view mirrors on the person motorcycle apply the rules in point. 10.03.021 (1) and (2). About rear view mirrors on product motorcycle, the provisions of section. 10.03.024 (1).
10.03.041 Large moped
(1) For large moped rules applicable to the motorcycle.
10.03.050 Tractor
(1) The width of the structure's front corner posts must satisfy the condition:


'A' is the distance in mm measured along the horizontal line of sight from the reference point (see below) to the net, and
'b' stud's width in mm, measured in the horizontal plane perpendicular to the above line of sight. In width included door frame, window moldings and other opaque material.
Reference point is located 0.27 m behind the middle of the driver's front edge and 700 mm above the unloaded seat in the middle position.
(2) Windscreen must be laminated or tempered glass.
(3) Tractor with front windscreen must be equipped with windshield wiper, but should not be driven by the engine or other mechanical power source.
(4) The tractor must be equipped with




a) an exterior rear-view mirror of Class I on the left side and

b) an exterior rear-view mirror of Class I on the right side when mounted tool or towing a trailer, the driver's direct view to the rear.

10.03.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor equipment must be such that the driver can see the road from 10 m in front of the driver's seat forward.
(2) Windscreen must be laminated or tempered glass.
(3) Motor Gear with windscreen must be equipped with windscreen wipers, there should not be driven by the engine or other mechanical power source.
(4) Motor equipment must be equipped with



a) an exterior rear-view mirror of Class I on the left side and

b) an exterior rear-view mirror of Class I on the right side when the motorized structure mounted tool or towing a trailer, the driver's direct view to the rear.

(5) Motorised equipment intended to be operated by an attending, must not be fitted with rear-view mirror.
10.03.099 Motorised loader
(1) Motorized blokvogn follow the rules for truck N2.
10.03.100 Trailer
(1) Windows in to registration trailer must be made of safety glass.
(2) Glazing which can not contribute to the driver's rear visibility from the towing vehicle must not be clear (transparent) glass or plastic material.
10.03.310 Vehicles for synsfri interconnection
(1) Car synsfri interconnection shall be such that it can be equipped with exterior rear view mirrors on both sides.
The mirrors must be adjustable so that by connecting the trailer with a maximum permitted width achieved sufficient visibility.
10.03.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
10.03.340 Emergency vehicles
(1) Ambulance do not meet the provisions of section. 10.03.021 (4) and the windows do not need to be clear (transparent).
Ambulance should not be provided with the inside rearview mirror, if not provide any rearward vision.
10.03.364 Motor caravan
(1) Motor caravan should not comply with the provision in section. 10.03.021 (4).
(2) Motor caravan adapted to a maximum of 9 people, are not subject to the provision in section. 10.03.022 (3).
10.04 Instruments
10.04.001 General provisions
(1) Prescribed instrument to be read while driving must be arranged and positioned that it can easily be read from the driver's seat.
(2) Prescribed instrument must be equipped with lighting when vehicle obligatory lamps are on. This does not apply when mandatory daytime running automatic in operation. The lighting or reflectors from here must not become a nuisance to the driver.
10.04.002 Speedometer
(1) speed sensor (speedometer) can be read while driving and must show the speed in km / h or mph
(2) The tachograph complying with the provisions of section. 10.04.001 and 10.04.002 (1), considered as the speedometer.
10.04.020 Car
(1) Car must be equipped with a speedometer.
10.04.030 Motorcycle
(1) Motorcycle must be equipped with a speedometer.
10.04.041 Large moped
(1) United moped must be equipped with a speedometer.
10.04.042 Small moped
(1) Small moped must be equipped with a speedometer.
10.04.320 School Vehicle
(1) School Vehicles must meet the provisions of Annex 5 to the Ministry of Justice Decree on driving licenses.
10.04.330 Rental Vehicle
(1) Rental Vehicle must be equipped with a speedometer indicating the speed in km / h.
10.05 theft
10.05.001 General provisions
(1) Installation of unoriginal theft device may not cause weakening of the parts in which it is placed or intervention.
10.05.021 Car M1
(1) Passenger M1 shall be equipped with anti-theft protection that meets the constructive elements of



a) ECE Regulation 18-02 or 116

b) Directive 74/61 / EEC as amended by 95/56 / EEC, or

c) American Standard FMVSS 114.

10.05.024 Vans N1
(1) Vans N1 with a maximum permissible weight not exceeding 3.000 kg, follow the rules for passenger car M1.
6.10 Fire extinguishers
10.06.001 General provisions
(1) Prescribed fire extinguisher



a) shall be approved and marked according to the Danish standard DS 2120 or Danish standard DS / EN 3

b) shall be placed in an appropriate and for the driver easily accessible place, and

c) shall not be located in aflåset cabinet or the like.

10.06.022 Passenger M2
(1) Passenger M2 must be equipped with at least one extinguisher located near the driver's seat.

(2) Fire extinguisher must be approved and marked in at least grade 5 A, 34 B, but at least class 13 A, 89 B of the car, which is equipped to carry more than 19 people.
10.06.023 Passenger M3
(1) Passenger M3 follow the rules for passenger M2.
(2) Passenger M3 on two levels should also be provided with fire extinguisher on the top floor. The provision of 10.06.001 (1) (b) does not apply to this extinguisher.
10.06.364 Motor caravan
(1) Motor caravan adapted to a maximum of 9 people, are not subject to the provisions of Section 6.10.
10.07 Airbag

10.07.001 General provisions

(1) Airbag must be fitted to the vehicle manufacturer's instructions.
(2) seats except the driver's seat where there is an airbag installed, there must be a warning against the use of rear-facing child seats. Warning label, which shall consist of a symbol possibly with additional wording shall be securely fastened and positioned so that it is easily visible for a person to place a rear-facing child seat in the seat. There must be an additional reference which is visible all the time if warning labels are not visible when the door is closed.
There is no requirement for warning if the car is equipped with a device that automatically detects rear-facing child seat is mounted on the seat, and which also ensures that the air bag can not be triggered when rear-facing child seat is installed.
11th Measurement methods
1.11 Noise
11.01.001 Noise test I (drive measurement)
(1) Noise test are the measurement methods laid down



a) for car EC Directive 70/157 / EEC as amended by 92/97 / EEC (Annex I, para. 5.2.2 and 5.3, and Annex VI), however, as amended by Directive 96/20 / EC for car type approved after 1 January 1997.

b) for motorcycle and moped in Chapter 9 of EC Directive 97/24 / EEC (Annex II, section. 2.1-2.1.5.4, Annex III, section. 2.1-2.1.5.4, Annex IV, section. 2.1-2.2.5.4 and Annex VII).

c) for the tractor in the EC Directive 74/151 / EEC (Annex VI, pkt.1.4.1).

11.01.002 Noise test II (7 m-position measurement)
(1) The sound pressure is measured at a height of 1.2 m and at a distance of 7.0 m from the side of the vehicle.


The sound pressure is measured at the middle of the vehicle, tractor, however, out of the rear axle. There measured at engine speed at 3/4 of the speed at maximum power output.
For diesel engine can be measured at the maximum regulated engine speed.
(2) must be made at least two measurements on each side of the vehicle. The difference between the two measurements on the same side of the vehicle may not exceed 2 dB (A). As the vehicle's noise level is considered the largest average of the measurement results from the same side of the vehicle.
11.01.004 Noise test IV (near field - able measurement)
(1) The sound pressure is measured at the height of the exhaust outlet, but not lower than 0.2 m above the ground.


Mikronfonplacering and minimum measurable space
microphone face the exhaust outlet and placed at a distance of 0.5 m from this. The microphone axis must be parallel with the ground at an angle outward of 45 ° ± 10 ° to the exhaust port direction, see. the figure above. If the vehicle has several exhaust openings, and the distance separating the centers does not exceed 0.30 m, measured sound pressure from the outlet closest to the vehicle contour (for motorcycles and mopeds handlebars excluded) or are highest above the ground. Exceeds the mutual distance 0.30 m, measured separately for each of them, only the highest value to be considered.
For vehicles with a vertical exhaust system placed the microphone vertically and at the height of the exhaust outlet at a distance of 0.5 m from the side of the vehicle nearest to the exhaust port.
(2) The measurement is initiated by constant engine speed:







-







3s



4







, However,











-







s




2







motorcycle with s over 5,000 rev / min.





Where s is the engine speed at maximum power output.
(3) The measurement is taken through a brief period of this engine speed followed by the entire deceleration to idle after the accelerator (throttle) quickly moved to the idle position.
(4) There must be at least three measurements for each measurement point. The measurement results for each measurement must be reading maximum value rounded to the nearest whole number of decibels.
The vehicle's noise level is the highest measured result of three consecutive measurements, since no measurement result shall deviate by more than 2 dB (A) from one to the other.
11.01.005 Test site
(1) The test site should be smooth and level with asphalt or concrete. The surface must be of such a nature that the noise from the tires do not influence the measurement result.
(2) The ambient noise, including wind noise must be at least 10 dB (A) lower than the measured sound pressure.
11.01.006 Measuring apparatus
(1) sound-level meter shall comply with notification 179 from the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
11.01.007 Measuring conditions
(1) Noise measurement to be made



a) with operating temperature engine

b) in clear and calm weather, and

c) with the vehicle at curb weight.

2.11 Air pollution
11.02.001 CO at idle
(1) is measured with running hot engine and at idle speed.
On vehicle with more than one outlet pipe from the exhaust system shall be taken at one of the following ways:



a) Discharge pipes combined into one outlet.

b) The measurement is taken in each discharge pipe.

The measurement result is calculated as the arithmetic mean of the measurements for all pipes.
11.02.003 CO and oxygen at elevated idle
(1) Measurements are made with operating warm engine at about 2,000 rpm.
On vehicle with more than one tailpipe apply the guidelines in section. 11.02.001.
11.02.004 Dieselrøgtæthed (free acceleration)
(1) The measurement of opacity (light absorption) is performed while the engine is accelerated from maximum idle speed to the regulated maximum speed. The measurement method is specified in Directive 96/96 / EC as amended by 1999/52 / EC.
3.11 Speed ​​
11.03.001 Speed ​​Metering
(1) Motorized vehicle's maximum speed is calculated as the result of an equal number of velocity measurements made in both directions on a level road.
(2) The second method of measurement than during 11.03.001 (1) above can be used if there is evidence of equality.
11.03.002 Measuring conditions
(1) Speed ​​measurement must be made



a) with operating temperature engine

b) in calm weather and

c) with the vehicle at curb weight.

11.03.040 Moped
(1) The approval allowed the prescribed speed limit over-advanced, with a maximum of 5%.
(2) At the second speed measurement that are specified in section. (1) Do the set speed limit of 30 km / h for a small moped and 45 km / h for a large moped could not be exceeded by more than 20%.
11.03.050 Tractor
(1) speed measurement allowed the set speed limit exceeded by more than 10%.
(2) can be made a small down-regulation of engine speed, if it is necessary to limit the speed to the set speed limit. The engine speed must not be less than the speed at which the engine develops its maximum power.
11.03.060 Motor Gear
(1) Motor Gear follow the rules of the tractor.



Appendix 2

Summary of changes to the substantive nature to the Order of 11 March 2010 on guidelines for vehicle design and equipment.
Main Section 3:
Modified section. 3.01.010 (3) the total weight of 3-axle car.
Modified section. 3.01.010 (4) on the total weight of 4-axle vehicle.
Modified section. 3.01.010 (5) on the bogie pressure.
Modified section. 3.01.010 (6) on the drive axle.
Modified section. 3.01.010 (7) on the bogie pressure.
New section. 3.01.100 (2) on the total weight of 4-axle trailer.
New section. 3.01.200 (1) a) the total weight of 7-axle combination.
New section. 3.02.001 (4) the width of the tractor and the tractor trailer.
Modified section. 3.02.001 (5) width of power tools, etc.

New section. 3.02.200 (2) the length of the tractor vehicles.
New section. 3.02.200 (3) the length of motorredskabs- and tractor vehicles.
Main Section 6:
New section. 6.01.310 (1) for connection in 7-pin connector.
New section. 6.04.340 (6), (7) and (8) on the emergency lights.
Main Section 7:
Modified Section 7.06.021 on air pollution for cars M1 (Euro 5).
Modified Section 7.06.022 on air pollution for cars M2 (Euro 5).
Modified Section 7.06.024 on air pollution for vans N1 (Euro 5).
Main Section 9:
Modified section. 9.02.025 (1) f) the rules for the latch on the tarpaulin structure.
New section. 9.08.001 (1) a) the purpose of the rear underrun protection.



Appendix 3

Overview of ECE regulations issued under it between members of the UN Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) signed agreement of 20 March 1958 concerning the adoption of uniform conditions for approval of equipment and parts for automobiles.
Accession to the regulations means that a component or system that is approved and marked according to ECE Regulation may be used on vehicles registered in this country.
Denmark has joined with * specified regulations.
No. Subject
1 * Lamps with asymmetrical beam and / or high beam.
2 * lamps for headlamps with asymmetrical beam and / or high beam.
3 * Reflex reflectors.
4 * Number plate lights.
5 * 'Sealed-beam' Asymmetric headlamps and / or high beam.
6 * Direction indicators.
7 * Position lights, taillights, brake lights and marker lamps.
8 * Headlamps (H1, H2 and H3) with the asymmetrical beam and / or high beam.
9 Sound level of motor vehicles with three wheels.
10 * Radio interference.
11 * Door latches and hinges.
12 * Protective steering.
13 * Brakes on cars and their trailers.
14 * Seat-belt anchorages.
15 Air pollution from cars.
16 * Seat belts.
17 * Seat strength.
18 * Theft of cars.
19 * Front fog lamps.
20 * Headlamps (H4) with asymmetrical beam and / or high beam.
21 * Interior fittings.
22 * ​​Helmets.
23 * Reversing.
24 * Smoke from diesel cars.
25 * Headrests.
26 * Exposed parts.
27 * warning triangles.
28 * AWD.
29 * Protective truck cab.
30 * Tires for passenger cars.
31 * 'Sealed-beam' -halogenlygter (H4) with asymmetrical beam and / or high beam.
32 * Cabin Construction of passenger cars with regard collision.
33 * Cabin Construction of passenger cars with regard collision over.
34 * Prevention of fire risks in passenger cars.
35 * Pedal Position in passenger cars.
36 Construction of buses (18 or more people).
37 * lamps for lighting.
38 * Rear fog lamps.
39 * Speedometer (speedometer).
40 Air pollution from motorcycles with spark ignition.
41 Sound level of motorcycles.
42 * bumper and rear passenger car.
43 * panes of safety glass.
44 * Child restraint system.
45 * Headlamp cleaners.
46 * Rear-view mirrors and the fitting of rear-view mirrors on cars.
47 Air pollution from mopeds with spark ignition.
48 * Installation of lighting on cars and their trailers.
49 * Air pollution from diesel engines.
50 * Position lights, taillights, brake lights, direction indicators and rear registration plate lamps for motorcycles and mopeds.
51 * Noise level of motor vehicles with at least four wheels.
52 Construction of mini buses (10-23 persons).
53 * Installation of lights on motorcycles.
54 * Tyres vehicles.
55 * Coupling.
56-beam to the moped.
57 * Headlamps motorcycle.
58 * Foreclosure rear of the cargo vehicles.
59 * Exhaust systems (spare parts) for cars.
60 Controls on motorcycles and mopeds.
61 External projections of truck cabs.
62 * Theft of motorcycles.
63 Noise level for mopeds.
64 * Spare wheel for temporary use.
65 TowerLights and emergency lights.
66 * Strength of the superstructure of large passenger cars (18 or more people).
67 * Fuel Plants for LPG.
68 Measurement of maximum speed.
69 * Identification of slow-moving vehicles.
70 * Reflective boards.
71 * Field of view forward for tractors.
72 * Headlamps (HS1) with asymmetrical beam and high beam. 73 * Lateral protection of goods vehicles.
74 * Installation of lighting on mopeds.
75 * Tires for motorcycles.
76 Headlamps moped.
77 * Parking lamps.
78 * Brakes on motorcycles and mopeds.
79 * Steering of cars and their trailers.
80 * Seat strength in large passenger cars (18 or more people).

81 * Rear-view mirrors and the fitting of rear-view mirrors on motorcycles.
82 * Moped Headlamps (HS2) with low and high beam.
83 * Air pollution from cars.
84 Measurement of fuel consumption.
85 * Measurement of engine power.
86 * Installation of lighting on tractors.
87 * Daytime running lights.
88 Reflective tire for mopeds and bicycles.
89 * Speed ​​limitation devices.
90 * Brake linings (spare parts) for cars and their trailers.
91 * Side-marker lamps.
92 Exhaust systems (spare parts) for motorcycles.
93 * Foreclosure front of the trucks.
94 protection of occupants in a frontal collision.
95 protection of occupants in side impacts.
96 * Air pollution from diesel engines in tractors.
97 * Burglar alarm and immobilizer.
98 * Lights for gas discharge lamps with asymmetrical beam and / or high beam.
99 * Gas ​​discharge lamps.
100 * Electric cars.
101 * Measurement of CO2 emissions and fuel consumption.
102 * Close coupling devices.
103 * Catalysts (spare parts) for cars.
104 * Outline of large vehicles.
105 * Vehicles intended for the transport of dangerous goods (ADR).
106 * Tyres for agricultural vehicles.
107 * Construction of buses.
108 * treaded tires for passenger cars.
109 * treaded tires for cargo vehicles.
110 * Fuel Plant for natural gas.
111 * The rollover stability of tank vehicles.
112 * Lights with asymmetrical beam and / or high beam.
113 * Lighting with symmetrical beam and / or high beam.
114 * Airbag Systems.
115 * Fuel System (retrofit) for LPG and natural gas.
116 * Theft protection, alarm and immobilizer for cars.
117 * Approval of tires with regard to rolling noise.
118 * Burning behavior of certain materials in buses.
119 * Cornering lamps.
120 * Measurement of engine performance and fuel for tractors and non-road mobile machinery. 121 * Controls on cars.
122 * Heating Systems.
123 *, front-lighting that adapts to the surroundings.
124 * Tires for passenger cars, etc.
125 * Field of passenger cars.
126 * Boundaries (retrofit) between passenger and luggage in passenger cars.



Appendix 4

Summary of regulations on vehicle design and equipment, which lays down provisions also apply to older vehicles.











No. 198 of 24 June 1955


Total equipment order.



No. 100 of 20 April 1956


Outboard plate.



No. 282 of 13 December 1957


Separation of the van.



No. 308 of November 4, 1959


Dækmønsterdybde.



No. 235 of 27 June 1961


Emphasis on the steering wheel.



No. 92 of March 20, 1963


Wheel guards and fuel shut-off valve.



No. 386 of 11 November 1966


Attenuating device in brakes.



No. 388 of 25 September 1967


Rear-view mirrors and tires.



No. 118 of 9 April 1968


Direction indicators.



No. 185 of May 5, 1970


Direction indicator Wings, remote spotlights, fog lamps and side reflectors.



No. 14 of 11 January 1972


Theft.




No. 234 of May 2, 1973


Remove Floodlights.



No. 261 of 20 May 1976


Sunscreens.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1984


Fuel Plants for LPG.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1986


Marking of slow-moving vehicles.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1988


Wide angle and close proximity mirrors.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1989


Yaw brake.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1990


Length of trailer and daytime running lights.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1991


Dækmønsterdybde.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1992


Reflective boards.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1993


Anti-lock brakes, air pollution and speed limiters.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1994


Anti-lock brakes, air pollution and speed limiters.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1995


Anti-lock brakes, air pollution, speed limiters and obscuration.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1996


Air pollution for the car as well as weight, brakes, electrical system, lights, reflectors, wheels, bodywork, rear underrun protection and visibility for tractors, motor tool trailer to tractor and motorized equipment and non-towed to registration tool.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1997


Length of trailer and trailer, turning radii of vehicles and combinations of vehicles, brakes for tractor trailer tractor trailer for non-registration compulsory tractor trailer to power equipment and not to registration outboard gear.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 1999


Motorcycle towing a trailer, the trailer for motorcycle.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 2001


Inscriptions on salvage vehicles.
Speedometer in cars to practice driving.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 2002


Width of the trailer relative to the car, the weight of non-towed to registration tool fastening a wheelchair.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 2003


e / Emærkning of tires including retreaded tires.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 2004



Air pollution by constructive changes, the carbon monoxide content in the exhaust, Moorings and sikkerhedsadskillelser in sleeping coaches, mirrors on trucks.



Detailed Regulations for Vehicles 2007


Brake on sidecar (when the motorcycle approved with trailer).
The driver's field of vision to the rear and downward angle in the passenger car M1.
Air conditioning (amending Ordinance 2008)







Appendix 5

Overview of equipment on EC type-approved passenger M1, which must be approved in accordance with directives or ECE (only basis Directive / -regulativet indicated).











equipment


EC Directive / ECE Regulation



Rat


EC Directive 74/297 / EEC
ECE Regulation 12



Reservedelsbremsebelægninger4)



EC Directive 71/320 / EEC
ECE Regulation 90



Electrical / electronic equipment with EMC relevance (EMC = Electro Magnetic kompatibilitet5)



EC Directive 95/54 / EC
ECE Regulation 10



Far and dipped-beam headlamps and filament lamps for


EC Directive 76/761 / EEC
ECE Regulation 1
ECE Regulation 2
ECE Regulation 5
ECE Regulation 8
ECE Regulation 20
ECE Regulation 31
ECE Regulation 37
ECE Regulation 98
ECE Regulation 99
ECE Regulation 112
ECE Regulation 123



Fog lights


F-Directive 76/762 / EEC
ECE Regulation 19



Reversing


F-Directive 77/539 / EEC
ECE Regulation 23



Position, rear and marker lamps


EC Directive 76/758 / EEC
ECE Regulation 7



Rear fog lamps


EC Directive 77/538 / EEC
ECE Regulation 38



License plate lights


EC Directive 76/760 / EEC
ECE Regulation 4



Parking lamps


EC Directive 77/540 / EEC
ECE Regulation 77



Side marker lamps


EC Directive 76/758 / EEC
ECE Regulation 91



Direction indicators


EC Directive 76/759 / EEC
ECE Regulation 6



Stop Lights


EC Directive 76/758 / EEC
ECE Regulation 7




The reflectors


EC Directive 76/757 / EEC
ECE Regulation 3



AWD


EC Directive 70/388 / EEC
ECE Regulation 28



Sending and receiving antenna for radio


EC Directive 74/483 / EEC



Burglar alarm


EC Directive 74/61 / EEC
ECE Regulation 97
ECE Regulation 116



Immobiliser


EC Directive 74/61 / EEC
ECE Regulation 97
ECE Regulation 116



Kørelyslygter6)



EC Directive 76/758 / EEC
ECE Regulation 87



Exhaust system


EC Directive 70/157 / EEC
ECE Regulation 51
ECE Regulation 59



Replacing Catalyst


EC Directive 98/77 / EC
EC Regulation 715/2007
ECE Regulation 103



Replacement particle filter (Euro 5 and later)


EC Regulation 715/2007



Opvarmningsanlæg7)



EC Directive 2001/56 / EC
ECE Regulation 122



Air conditioning (with fluorinated greenhouse gases) 8)



EC Directive 2006/40 / EC



Tire (except for the retreaded tire)


EC Directive 92/23 / EEC
ECE Regulation 30
ECE Regulation 54
ECE Regulation 64



Noise Approved dæk9) (except retreaded tires and temporary use spare)


EC Directive 2001/43 / EC
ECE Regulation 117



A coupling device


EC Directive 94/20 / EC
ECE Regulation 55



Luggage racks and ski racks


EC Directive 74/483 / EEC



Bull bars etc. (FPS)


EC Directive 2005/66 / EC



Headrests


EC Regulation 78/2009
ECE Regulation 17
ECE Regulation 25



Seat belts


EC Directive 77/541 / EEC
ECE Regulation 16



Child restraints


EC Directive 77/541 / EEC
ECE Regulation 44




Glazing (except glass-plastic material)


EC Directive 92/22 / EEC
ECE Regulation 43



Windscreen washer


EC Directive 78/318 / EEC



Rear-view mirrors


EC Directive 71/127 / EEC
EC Directive 2003/97 / EC
ECE Regulation 46








4)



The provision only applies to cars M1 EC type-approved April 7, 1998 or later.




5)



Aftermarket equipment not affect the car's function as a vehicle, eg radio, navigation system and mobile phone charger, must not be 'e' - / 'E' mark, if it is 'CE' mark.




6)



The provision only applies to cars M1, registered for the first time April 1, 2010 or later.




7)



The provision only applies to cars M1, registered for the first time May 9, 2005 or later.




8)



The provision only applies to cars M1, registered for the first time on 21 June 2009, or later.




9)



Entry into force -1. October 2009 for tires with tire width up to 185 mm, -1. October 2010 for tires section width exceeding 185 mm and not more than 215 mm, -1. October 2011 for tires section width exceeding 215 mm. From these dates, thus for replacement tires fitted tires 'e' - / 'E' marked as noise approved.







Appendix 6

Summary of EC Directives or ECE Regulations that are subject to total harmonization of two- and three-wheeled motor vehicles (only basis Directive / -regulativet indicated). Directives (regulations), which also includes equipment, indicated by *.
EC Directive 2002/24 / EC (former 92/61 / EEC) on the approval of Toog three-wheeled motor vehicles include



- Mopeds,

- Motorcycles,

- Three-wheeled cars and

- Ease of four-wheeled vehicles (quadricycles) except

- Vehicles with a maximum design speed not exceeding 6 km / h,

- Vehicles for use by the physically handicapped,

- Vehicles for use in competition, on or off the road, and

- Three-wheeled all-terrain vehicles with one front wheel.










Subject


EC Directive / ECE Regulation


Commencement



Brakes


EC Directive 93/14 / EEC
ECE Regulation 78


April 5, 1995




Identification of controls, etc.


EC Directive 93/29 / EEC
ECE Regulation 60


June 14, 1995



* Audible warning device (other than a mechanical bell)


EC Directive 93/30 / EEC
EC Directive 70/388 / EEC
ECE Regulation 28


June 14, 1995



Stands on two-wheeled vehicles


EC Directive 93/31 / EEC


June 14, 1995



Handrails o. The like. for passengers on two-wheeled vehicles


EC Directive 93/32 / EEC


June 14, 1995



Anti-theft


EC Directive 93/33 / EEC
ECE Regulation 62


June 14, 1995



Identification and inscriptions


EC Directive 93/34 / EEC


June 14, 1995



Installation of lighting and reflectors


EC Directive 93/92 / EEC
ECE Regulation 53


October 29, 1995



Weight and dimensions


EC Directive 93/93 / EEC


October 29, 1995



The mounting forbagnummerplade


EC Directive 93/94 / EEC


October 29, 1995



Maximum design speed, torque and power


EC Directive 95/1 / EC


2 February 1997



Tires *


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 1 ECE Regulation 30, 54, 64 and 75


June 17, 1999



Lighting and light * EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 2 ECE Regulation 3, 19, 20, 37 50, 56, 57, 72 and 82


June 17, 1999




Exposed parts


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 3


June 17, 1999



Rear-view mirrors *


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 4 ECE Regulation 81


June 17, 1999



Measures against air


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 5


June 17, 1999




Fuel tanks


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 6


June 17, 1999



Anti-tampering measures for two-wheel


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 7


June 17, 1999



Electromagnetic compatibility, EMC


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 8 ECE Regulation 10


June 17, 1999



Permissible sound level and exhaust systems *


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 9


June 17, 1999



Coupling *


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 10


June 17, 1999



Seat belts anchorages and three-wheelers *


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 11 ECE Regulation 16


June 17, 1999



Glazing, windscreen, defrosting and demisting devices, three-wheeled *


EC Directive 97/24 / EC Sec. 12 ECE Regulation 43


June 17, 1999



Speedometer on Toog three-wheeled *


EC Directive 2000/7 / EC


July 1, 2002



Replacing Catalyst *


EC Directive 2005/30 / EC


March 18, 2006







Appendix 7

Overview of equipment on EC type-approved tractor, which must be approved in accordance with EC directives or ECE (only basis Directive / -regulativet indicated).











equipment


EC Directive / ECE Regulation



Electrical / electronic equipment with EMC relevance (EMC: EMC)


EC Directive 2000/2 / EC
EC Directive 95/54 / EC
ECE Regulation 10



Far and dipped-beam headlamps and filament lamps for


EC Directive 76/761 / EEC
ECE Regulation 1
ECE Regulation 2
ECE Regulation 5
ECE Regulation 8
ECE Regulation 20
ECE Regulation 31
ECE Regulation 37
ECE Regulation 98
ECE Regulation 99



Fog lights


EC Directive 76/762 / EEC
ECE Regulation 19



Reversing


EC Directive 77/539 / EEC
ECE Regulation 23




Position, rear and marker lamps


EC Directive 76/758 / EEC
ECE Regulation 7



Rear fog lamps


EC Directive 77/538 / EEC
ECE Regulation 38



License plate lights


EC Directive 76/760 / EEC
ECE Regulation 4



Parking lamps


EC Directive 77/540 / EEC
ECE Regulation 77



Direction indicators


EC Directive 76/759 / EEC
ECE Regulation 6



Stop Lights


EC Directive 76/758 / EEC
ECE Regulation 7



The reflectors


EC Directive 76/757 / EEC
ECE Regulation 3



AWD


EC Directive 70/388 / EEC
ECE Regulation 28



equipment


EC Directive / ECE Regulation



Roll


EC Directive 77/536 / EEC
EC Directive 79/622 / EEC
EC Directive 86/298 / EEC
EC Directive 87/402 / EEC



A coupling device


EC Directive 89/173 / EEC



Driver's seat


EC Directive 78/764 / EEC



Glazing (except glass-plastic material)


EC Directive 89/173 / EEC
EC Directive 92/22 / EEC
ECE Regulation 43



Windscreen washer


EC Directive 78/318 / EEC



Rear-view mirrors


EC Directive 71/127 / EEC ECE Regulation 46





Official notes

1) The requirement does not include commercial vehicles with an engine that has been approved under Directive 88/77 / EEC, if the manufacturer total annual world production of commercial vehicles N1 is less than 2,000 units.