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Conditions on the type of construction and equipment, etc. for bus, there is first registered before the 8. December 2007
The full text of the Decree on conditions for Tempos 100 buses on the highway
Under section 43, paragraph 10, and § 118, paragraph 7, in the highway code, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1055 by 9. November 2012, as amended by Act No. 630 of 12. June 2013, and after negotiation with the Minister of Justice determined: aim
§ 1. This notice sets out the conditions for the type of construction and equipment, use, etc. as well as for documentation and approval, etc. for that a bus may run with a speed of Highway at up to 100 km per hour (Tempo 100-bus) of the basic regulation. section 43 (1), (2). point, in the highway code.
§ 2. For the purposes of this order: 1) Bus: a car that is designed to carry more than nine persons, including the driver, with a maximum authorized mass exceeding 3,500 kg.
2) Tempo 100-mark: A Danish brand, see. Annex 2, documenting that the bus is approved to drive at a speed on the highway at up to 100 km per hour.
§ 3. While driving as Fast 100-bus: 1) Must not be connected to a trailer bus.
2) bus Must only carrying seated passengers.
3) Must be fitted with: (a) on the back of the bus) a fast 100-mark or (b)) a corresponding notice from the State in which the bus is registered, if the State's authority over the traffic Agency has documented that mark is a declaration that the bus meets the conditions for Tempos 100 buses after this announcement.
4) must bring their own documentation as required under section 4, paragraph 4, or section 5, paragraph 2, drawn up in the Danish, Dutch, English, Norwegian, Swedish or German.
(2). Provided that the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 are not met while driving, or the driver may be regarded as manifestly konstaterbart that the bus does not continue to meet the requirements of sections 4 and 5 set out the conditions for approval, registration and driving as Fast 100-bus, be regarded as driving by bus, see batch job. Road Traffic Act § 43 (1) 1. PT.
(3). Traffic agency publishes on its website the brands that agency has received evidence in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 3 (b).
Buses and coaches first registered on 8 November. December 2007 or later
§ 4. The bus must be approved by sight and registered in the vehicle register as Tempo 100-bus. To be approved, the bus meet (2) and (3) of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 4.
(2). The bus shall be equipped with approved seat belts at all seating positions. The same applies to any wheelchair space, if carried passengers in wheelchairs.
(3). The bus must comply with EU Directive 2001/85/EC or ECE Regulation 107-02 relating to special provisions for vehicles used for the carriage of passengers and having more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat.
(4). Foreign-registered bus must not comply with paragraph 1. Instead, carried documentation from an authority of the State in which the bus is registered, in order: 1) to the bus meets the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3, and 2) in case the bus is registered in a State outside the EU/EEA, annually conducted periodic surveys, which are at least equivalent to those laid down in EU Directive 96/96/EC or 2009/40/EC relating to roadworthiness tests for motor vehicles and their trailers.
(5). While driving as Fast 100-bus: 1) bus Must not be fitted with tires with the cut pattern on the front axle.
2) bus Must be equipped with a speed limiter that is set up in such a way that the speed cannot exceed 100 km per hour.
Buses and coaches first registered before the 8. December 2007
§ 5. The bus must be approved by sight and registered in the vehicle register as Tempo 100-bus. To be approved, the bus meet annex 1, of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Foreign-registered bus must not comply with paragraph 1. Instead, carried documentation from an authority of the State in which the bus is registered, in order: 1) to the bus satisfies the conditions laid down in annexes 1 and 2) in case the bus is registered in a State outside the EU/EEA, annually conducted periodic surveys, which are at least equivalent to those laid down in EU Directive 96/96/EC or 2009/40/EC relating to roadworthiness tests for motor vehicles and their trailers.
Administration of Tempo 100-brands
§ 6. Vision companies perform the tasks with approval and registration as well as the extradition of Tempo 100-mark established in §§ 4-5 and § § 7-9.
(2). At the request of a company provides a view of the Traffic Agency approved supplier the Tempo 100-marks handed out, see. § 7.
Extradition and the placing of Tempo 100-brands
§ 7. View company hands over a fast 100-mark when it is found that the bus satisfies the conditions laid down in section 4, paragraph 1, or article 5, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 2.
(2). For foreign-registered bus, a Fast 100-mark from a Danish company handed out when there is vision presented documentation from an authority of the State in which the bus is registered, in order that the bus satisfies the conditions laid down in section 4, paragraph 4, or section 5, paragraph 2, of the basic regulation. § 3 (1) (8). 4. Tempo 100-mark handed over to the person who submitted the documentation, and it may be that authority itself.
(3). Tempo 100-mark must be affixed at the rear of the bus.
Maintenance of Tempo 100-mark
§ 8. It is a condition of maintaining Pace 100-mark, that in connection with surveys, it is found that the vehicle still complies with the conditions laid down in section 4, paragraph 1, or article 5, paragraph 1.
§ 9. On the bus, where the Tempo 100-mark is significantly damaged, the mark must be removed completely.
(2). A vision company must supply a replacement brand, when the conditions set out in section 7, paragraph 1, are met, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 3.
(3). For delivery of the replacement tag to foreign registered bus applies to section 7, paragraph 2.
§ 10. The flying a bus with Tempo 100-mark, without prejudice to the conditions laid down in section 4, paragraph 1 or 4, or section 5 are fulfilled, be punished by a fine.
Date of entry into force provisions
§ 11. The notice shall enter into force on 10 June. August 2013.
(2). Danish-registered bus, which was registered for the first time before the 8. December 2007, and which are not registered in the vehicle register as Tempo 100-bus, up to and including the May 10. August 2014 to run at a speed on the highway, that does not exceed 100 km per hour, if the bus is approved for Tempo 100-drive in Germany and back bearing German Tempo 100-mark with the registration authority accreditation endorsement (' Siegel ').
(3). The conditions set out in § 3 (1) (8). 3, must not be met before the 10. November 2013, if the bus: 1) is recorded in the register as the Pace vehicle 100-bus, 2) fulfils the conditions set out in section 4, paragraph 4, or 3) fulfils the conditions set out in section 5, paragraph 2.
Public transport, the 7. August 2013 Carsten Falk Hansen/Leif Lorenzen
Annex 1 Terms of furnishings and equipment, etc. for bus, there is first registered before the 8. December 2007
1. Weight and dimensions a) Bus with two axles must not have a length of more than 13.50 m, Inc. Removable equipment, including skikasse.
(b)) on the bus with three axles, drive shaft/s must be air suspended or bearing different vejvenlig suspension, see. EU Directive 96/53/EC.
2. the Brakes a) Bus must be equipped with a retarder or engine braking.
3. Motor a) engine power must be at least 11 kW per tonne maximum authorised weight, measured according to DIN standard, ECE Regulation 85 or EU Directive 80/1269/EEC.
b) Bus, first registered on or after 1. January 1988 or later, must be equipped with a speed limitation device set in such a way that the speed cannot exceed 100 km per hour.
4. Load-bearing elements (a)), with the exception of Tyres retreaded tyres, must be approved in accordance with ECE Regulation 54 or 64 (the ' E ' mark) or EU Directive 92/23/EEC (the ' e ' mark), regardless of the date of first registration in the bus.
b) Tyres, including retreaded tyres shall be of a speed class, at least equal to the maximum design speed or the bus at speed limiter set speed.
c) retreaded tires are only allowed if there from the regummieringsvirksomheden available warranty statement for that covered by permissible axle load and total weight permitted by bus maximum speed can be used without restrictions.
d) retreaded tyres are not permitted on front axle or on single mounted drive shaft.
e) cutting of tread pattern is not allowed.
5. Body, building, etc.
(a)) the driving position shall be protected against intrusions from the rear of the luggage and the like, e.g., by horizontal foreclosure hangers behind the driver seat at a height between 0.07 m and 0.74 m above the floor, or by other adequate shielding.
b) Baggage shelves must be closed at both ends and luggage must also be secured against the roller forward during braking, for example by luggage racks are fitted with non-slip coating on the bottom, dividers at appropriate intervals, net or other protection.
6. Interior fittings, vision, special equipment, etc.
(a)) the chairs must be padded on the seat, backrest and seat over the edge; a possibly. headrest must be integrated in the backrest. Installation of tables, hand grips, ashtrays and the like on the back of the backrest are allowed.
b) Backrest shall have a height of not less than 0.65 m, measured from the top edge of the seat; for rear seat/back row can the goal be reduced to 0.56 m.
c) Longitudinal/side-facing seats shall be fitted with cushioned armrests or equivalent, which must not have sharp edges. For ' bench seats ' applies to the requirement for a minimum of every two seats.
d) driver's seat and side-facing seats, and seats that are not forward facing seat (s) in front of it, must be equipped with three-point seat belts or lap belts fitted in accordance with the busfabrikantens instructions.
e) visible to passengers must be placed signage – possibly by pictograms – that informs you of the obligation to use the safety harness.
f) tachograph must have a measuring range of at least 125 km per hour.
7. Stability in the event of puncturing a) There must be evidence that the bus type – with satisfactory outcome – has undergone two stability tests on the shuttle's stability through the eventual puncture of respectively one front wheel and one rear wheel.
(b) the rear axle Is fitted with twin-mounted) tires, it is sufficient proof of a stability test with one front wheel.
c) testing and issuing of documentation for stability during a possible puncture, if such documentation is not already available from busfabrikanten, must be done by a recognized testing laboratory.
Annex 2 Tempo 100-mark Tempo 100-mark has particular characteristics that must ensure that: 1. the mark may not be copied without being dull,
2. the mark goes to pieces if it dismantled.