Appendix A To The Danube Shipping Police Regulations

Original Language Title: Anlage A zur Donauschiffahrtspolizeiverordnung

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Annex A to the Donauschiffahrtspolizeiverordnung

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DonauSchPVAnl 1993

Date of departure: 27.05.1993

Full quote:

" Annex A to the Danube Maritime Policy Decree of 27. May 1993 (BGBl. 741; 1994 I p. 523; 1995 II p. 95), as set out in Article 5 of the Regulation of 8 December 1994. October 1998 (BGBl. I p. 3148) "

:Modified by Art. 5 V v. 8.10.1998 I 3148

For details see the menu under Notes

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.7.1993 + + +)
(+ + + text of the regulation) See: DonauSchPV 1993 + + +) Non-official table of contents

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First part
Basic rules for shipping on the Danube
Chapter 1
General provisions
§ 1.01 Definitions
§ 1.02Ship Guide
§ 1.03Crew duties and other persons on board
§ 1.04 General due diligence
§ 1.05Behavior in special circumstances
§ 1.06Use of waterway
§ 1.07 Permitted greatest loading and maximum number of passengers
§ 1.08Occupation of vehicles and vehicles Floating Body
§ 1.09Rudder Occupation
§ 1.10 Ship Customers
§ 1.11 Donauschiffahrtspolizeiverordnung
§ 1.12Threat from objects on board; loss of objects; Ship Notes
§ 1.13Ship signs protection
§ 1.14Asset damage
§ 1.15Prohibition of the Introduction of objects and other substances into the waterway
§ 1.16Rescue and Assistance
§ 1.17Fixed or Sunken Vehicles
§ 1.18 Free of travel water
§ 1.19Special Instructions
§ 1.20Monitoring
§ 1.21 Special transports
§ 1.22Orders of temporary nature
§ 1.23Permission of sports and other events
§ 1.24 Rules relating to the transport of dangerous goods
§ 1.25Protection and winter time
§ 1.26Scope of the First Part
 Chapter 2
Vehicles License Plate and Draught Indicator
§ 2.01The license plate number of the vehicles Vehicles, other than small vehicles
§ 2.02Small vehicles license plate
§ 2.03ship calibration
§ 2.04 Sink Marks and Draught Indicators
§ 2.05Anchor tag
Chapter 3
Vehicles Name
Section I.General
§ 3.01Application and definitions
§ 3.02 Lights
§ 3.03boards and flags
§ 3.04Cylinders, Balls, Cones and Double cones
§ 3.05Forbidden Lights and characters
§ 3.06Replacement lights
§ 3.07 Forbidden use of beep lights, headlights, panels, flags and other items
Section II.Nightname
Title A. Night label during ride
§ 3.08Nightname individually Moving vehicles with machine drive in ride
§ 3.09Night designation of towing dressings in ride
§ 3.10Night name of the drawers in the drive
§ 3.11 Night name of the coupling associations in the drive
§ 3.12Nightname of the Vehicles under sail in journey
§ 3.13Night designation of small vehicles in journey
§ 3.14Additional night designation of vehicles in the carriage of certain flammable goods.
§ 3.15Additional night designation of the vehicles in the carriage of certain explosive goods vehicles
§ 3.16Night description of ferries in travel
§ 3.17 omitted
§ 3.18Additional night designation of maneuverable vehicles
§ 3.19Night designation of floating bodies and floating assets in ride
Title B. Night-name when style
§ 3.20Night designation of vehicles when they are still in style
§ 3.21Additional night designation of style vehicles when transporting certain flammable goods
§ 3.22Additional night designation of silent vehicles on transport of certain explosive goods
§ 3.23Night-name of the ferries that are located at their point of application
§ 3.24 omitted
§ 3.25Night-name floating body and floating Installations
§ 3.26Nightname of nets and other fishing equipment of stilting vehicles
§ 3.27Night designation of floating devices at work, as well as fixed or sunken vehicles
§ 3.28Nightname of the anchors that can endanger the shipping
Section III. Tag Label
Title A. Tag label during ride
§ 3.29 Tag name of the trawling associations in the drive
§ 3.30Tagdesignation of the vehicles under sail, which at the same time their Use a driving machine
§ 3.31The vehicle's tag name for the carriage of more than 12 passengers and a length from less than 20 m
§ 3.32Additional tag name of the vehicles in the carriage of certain flammable vehicles Goods
§ 3.33The additional tag name of the vehicles during the transport of certain potentially explosive atmoshenas Goods
§ 3.34Day description of the ferries in the way
§ 3.35Additional Tag Name of maneuverable vehicles
§ 3.36 Additional tag name of the vehicles as a priority
Title B. Tag label when style
§ 3.36aVehicles Tag Name
§ 3.37 Tag name of silent vehicles when transporting certain flammable goods
§ 3.38Tag Name Silent vehicles on transport of certain explosive goods
§ 3.39omitted
§ 3.40Tag name of nets or other fishing equipment of stilted fishing vessels
§ 3.41Tag name of floating devices at work and fixed or sunken vehicles
§ 3.42The tag name of the anchors that can endanger the shipping
Section IV.Other characters
§ 3.43Prohibition to enter the vehicle
§ 3.44 Note on the prohibition to smoke and use unprotected light or fire
§ 3.45designation of the surveillance authorities ' vehicles
§ 3.46Not_sign
§ 3.47Prohibition of style liet side by side
§ 3.48Additional Name for protection against wave impact
§ 3.49Additional designation of the vehicles in motion, the works in the Run waterway
Chapter 4
Vehicles ' Sound signs; speech radio
§ 4.01General
§ 4.02Use of the Sound signs
§ 4.03Forbidden Sound signs
§ 4.04 Walling
Chapter 5
shipping sign and label of the Waterway
§ 5.01shipping sign
§ 5.02 Name of waterway
Chapter 6
Driving Rules
Section I.General
§ 6.01 Definitions
§ 6.01aVehicles at high speed
§ 6.02Small vehicles
Section II.Encounter, Cross and Overtake
§ 6.03General Principles
§ 6.03a Crossing
§ 6.04Encounter: Basic Rules
6.05Encounter: Exceptions to the Basic Rules
§ 6.06Encounter
§ 6.07Encountering in tight drivewaters
§ 6.08Forbidden by ship signs
§ 6.09 Overtake: General provisions
§ 6.10Overhaul
§ 6.11Ship signs overtaking
Section III.More rules for driving
§ 6.12Drive on pre-written course routes
§ 6.13 Turn
§ 6.14Exit Behavior
§ 6.15Prohibition of moving into the distances between the parts of a towing association
§ 6.16driveway in and exit from ports and side waterways; crossing the waterway
§ 6.17 Drive on the same height
§ 6.18Prohibition of the loop class of anchors, Trossen or Chains
§ 6.19Driver classes
§ 6.20 Avoiding waving=
§ 6.21Associations
§ 6.22Temporary Lock of Shipping
§ 6.22a Advance on floating devices at work as well as fixed or sunken vehicles
Section IV.Ferries
§ 6.23Rules for Ferries
Section V.Passing Bridges, Wehren and Locks
§ 6.24Passing Bridges and Weirs: General
§ 6.25Passing Under Fixed Bridges
§ 6.26 Moving Moving Bridges
§ 6.27Wehre passthrough
§ 6.28Lock through the locks
§ 6.28a Away in and out of locks
§ 6.29precedence over lock
section VI.Restricted Visibility; Radar shipping
§ 6.30General rules for Travel with limited visibility
§ 6.31Sound sign when style is
§ 6.32Provisions for radar drivers
§ 6.33 Provisions for vehicles that are not radar drivers
Section VII.Special Rules
§ 6.34 omitted
§ 6.35Water skillet and similar activities
§ 6.36Vehicles in Fishing
§ 6.37 Behavior of sports divers
Chapter 7
Rules for the Stillie
§ 7.01General principles for style lying
§ 7.02Stelly
§ 7.03anchors
§ 7.04Fixed
§ 7.05 Loungers
§ 7.06Certain vehicle recumbings
§ 7.07Stops in the vicinity of vehicles, thrust and coupling associations carrying certain dangerous goods
§ 7.08Watch and oversight
Second part
 Special provisions for the German part of the Danube
Chapter 8
Special provisions on individual provisions of the First Part
§ 8.01Definitions (§ 1.01)
§ 8.02Occupation and other persons on board (§ 1.03)
§ 8.02aObligations of the crew and other persons on board (§ § 1.02 and 1.03)
§ 8.03 Occupation of the rudder (§ 1.09)
§ 8.04Ship surfers (§ 1.10)
§ 8.05Order of temporary nature (§ 1.22)
§ 8.06 Vehicles license plate, excluding small vehicles (§ 2.01)
§ 8.07Low-speed indicator (§ § 2.01) 2.04)
§ 8.08The night designation of small vehicles in travel (§ 3.13)
§ 8.08aThe designation and driving rules of multi-purpose vehicles of the Bundeswehr
§ 8.09 Additional designation for the transport of dangerous goods
§ 8.10The night designation of the vehicles Stillie (§ 3.20)
§ 8.11Night designation of the floating bodies (§ 3.25)
§ 8.12Fire Extinguishing Vehicle Designation (§ 3.45)
§ 8.13 Forbidden Sound signs (§ 4.03)
§ 8.14Guard and supervision (§ 7.08)
§ 8.15Bleib-weg-Signal
Chapter 9
Compilation of Vehicles
§ 9.01Vehicles Dimensions
§ 9.02Dimension of the thrust associations
§ 9.03 Dimensions of the coupling associations
§ 9.04Compilation of trawl associations
§ 9.05Exceptions
Chapter 10
Additional provisions
§ 10.01Top shipping water levels
§ 10.02Speaking radio
§ 10.03Fixed-drive Vehicles
§ 10.04Keep down-to-date towing associations
§ 10.05Trawling Drawers
§ 10.06 Drawers, which carry other vehicles as a thrust guide
§ 10.07Local changes of Schubleichtern and Other vehicles without rowing system
§ 10.08Changes in the location of vehicles with rudder system
Chapter 11
 Guardian ports (§ 1.25)
§ 11.01 Scope
§ 11.02Use of the protective ports
§ 11.03Port aufseher
§ 11.04Login and Logout; Allocation of moorings
§ 11.05Supervision
§ 11.06 anchorage
§ 11.07port entry
§ 11.08Display duty
§ 11.09 precautions for danger
§ 11.10tankers
§ 11.11Maintenance Work
§ 11.12 Ice
§ 11.13Exceptions
Chapter 12
Small vehicles
§ 12.01Waste Water Beam
Chapter 13
 Special driving and song tunings for individual sections of the German part of the Danube
Section I. Drive in the Dam areas of Bad Abbach to Geisling and Kachlet
§ 13.01Gereapplies Encounter
Section II.Additional provisions for the German-Austrian border line
(km 2223.20 to km 2201.77)
§ 13.02Small vehicles and certain water sports equipment
 Section III. Drive through the locks
§ 13.03General
§ 13.04Vehicles Dimensions
§ 13.05Behavior in the Lock area
§ 13.06Radar ship in lock areas
§ 13.07Navigation badge in the floodgates Geisling to Jochenstein
§ 13.08 Order of lock order
§ 13.09Interstate break between levels Jochenstein and Aschach
Section IV.Drive in the area of the city of Passau
§ 13.10 Style loungers at berth Heining
§ 13.11Stillie between the Kachlet dam and the Innmündung
§ 13.12Racklauhafen signaling
§ 13.13Turn
Chapter 14
Passenger ship
§ 14.01landing places
§ 14.02 Ship traffic at the landing sites
§ 14.03Passengers boarding and boarding
§ 14.04Rejection of passengers
§ 14.05 Security on board and at the landing sites
§ 14.06Prohibition
§ 14.07roadmaps
§ 14.08 Exceptions
Attachments
Asset 1distinguishing letters or letters of the Country in which the home or register place of vehicles is located
Appendix 2Lowering Marks and Draught Indicators Inland waterway vessels
Appendix 3Vehicles name
Asset 4Color lights of vehicles
Appendix 5Strength and scope of the vehicles Lights of vehicles
Attachment 6Sound signs
Asset 7shipping sign
Asset 8Label of the Waterway
Appendix 9Flammable Goods, during which the vehicles are named after the vehicles at night in accordance with § § 3.14 and 3.21, in the case of which the name must be named according to § § 3.32 and 3.37.
Appendix 10explosive goods, in the case of which Transport the vehicles at night the name according to § § 3.15 and 3.22, on the day the name must be named according to § § 3.33 and 3.38.
*) In several places there is the Note 'no', since the numbering of paragraphs and annexes to the European unification of the shipping policy regulations of a resolution of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (Subcommittee Inland waterway transport, Resolution No 24 of 15 December 2008.

First part
Basic provisions for shipping on the Danube

Chapter 1
General Provisions

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§ 1.01 Definitions

In this Regulation:
1.
"Vehicle" :an inland ship, including small vehicles and ferries, and floating devices and Seagoing ships;
2.
"Machine-driven vehicle": a vehicle with its own drive engine;
3.
"Vehicle under sail" :a vehicle that only drives under sail; a vehicle running under sails, which simultaneously uses its engine, is considered to be a vehicle with machine drive;
4.
"small vehicle": a vehicle, the length of which, measured on the hull, is less than 20 m in length, excluding vehicles other than vehicles, which are not small vehicles, towing, sliding, or longitudinally coupled, vehicles registered for the carriage of more than 12 passengers and ferries;
5.
"floating device" :a floating construction with technical devices designed for work on waterways or in ports, such as excavators, elevators, hoists, Cranes;
6.
"floating facility": a floating facility, which is usually not intended for locomotion, such as bathing establishments, docks, landing bridges, Boatshouses;
7.
"floating body": rafts and other moving constructions, assemblies or objects that do not have vehicles or floating installations
8.
"Ferry": a vehicle used for translation on the waterway and approved by the competent authority as a ferry;
9.
"Schubleichter" :a vehicle that is built or set up for locomotion by pushing;
10.
"carrier ship lighter" :a slipline built for carriage on board seagoing ships and for driving on inland waterways;
11.
"Verband" :an entrainment association, a drawer or a coupling association;
12.
"Trawling" :a Assembly of one or more vehicles, floating installations or floating bodies, and one or more tractor-driven tractors; these are referred to as "tugs";
13.
"thrust bandage" :a rigid connection of vehicles, at least one of which is located in front of the vehicle with a machine drive that moves the bandage and as a "thrust vessel" ;
14.
"coupling bandage": a connection between vehicles which are coupled longitudinally and none of which is located in front of the vehicle with a machine drive which does not include the Moving forward;
15.
"stilted": Vehicles, floating bodies, or floating installations, whether or not anchored on the shore, whether or not anchored or indirectly anchored ,
16.
"moving" or "in driving": vehicles, floating installations or floating bodies which are not directly or indirectly anchored on the shore have been fixed or deadlocked. For such vehicles, floating installations or floating bodies, the term "stop" is to be understood as referring to the country;
17.
"Fishing Vehicles": Vehicles, fishing with nets, lines, trawls or other fishing equipment which restrict their maneuverability, with the exception of vessels fishing with trawling or other fishing gear which have their own fishing vessels Do not restrict maneuverability;
18.
"white light", "red light", "green light", "yellow light" and "blue light" :lights whose colours are the provisions of the Appendix 4 correspond;
19.
"strong light", "bright light" and "ordinary light" :lights whose strength corresponds to the provisions of Appendix 5;
20.
"Funkellicht" :a light with a clock identifier of 50 to 60 light appearances per minute;
21.
" short Sound ":a tone of about one second duration;" long sound " :a tone of about four seconds duration, with the pause between two consecutive tones being about one second;
22.
"Follow very short notes" :a sequence of at least six tones of about a quarter of a second duration, with the pauses between the successive tones also about a quarter second;
23.
"Group of Glockenbeats" :two bell blows;
24.
"Three-tone character" :a sound character three times in succession, of about two seconds duration, consisting of three consecutive tones without interruption of various Height. The frequencies of the tones must be between 165 and 297 Hertz. An interval of two whole tones must be between the deepest and the highest sound. Each episode of the three tones must start with the deepest sound and end with the highest sound;
25.
"night" :period between sunset and Sunrise;
26.
"Day" :Period between sunrise and sunset;
27.
"safe speed" :speed at which a vehicle or an association is using appropriate and effective measures to prevent a collision under the given May pause circumstances and conditions within the given distance;
28.
"Limited visibility" :Reducing visibility through fog, snowing, Rain showers or other causes ("unsafe weather");
29.
"Waterways": the water used for shipping at the respective water level and by watermarks
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§ 1.02 Ship Guide

1.
Each vehicle, except pushed-in vehicles of a wheelset, as well as each float must shall be under the guidance of a person suitable for this purpose. This person is referred to as the ship's guide.
2.
Each bandage must also be under the guidance of a ship leader suitable for this purpose. This guide shall be determined as follows:
a)
In the case of an association with only one vehicle, the The machine drive is the ship's guide of the ship's guide;
b)
has a tow bar at the top two or more vehicles with a machine drive successively, the guide of the first vehicle is the skipper of the tractor;
c)
has a tow bar at the top of two or more vehicles with The operator of the tractor shall be the skipper of the tractor;
d)
in the form of a machine drive which does not drive one after the other and of which one of the main driving force is placed. in all other cases, the ship's guide must be determined in good time
3.
The ship's guide must be on board during the journey, on floating Equipment as well during operation.
4.
The ship's guide is in order to comply with this Regulation on the vehicle, the association or the float responsible. In a trawl, the skippers of the towed vehicles shall comply with the instructions of the ship ' s guide; however, without such instructions, they shall take all the measures necessary to ensure the safe conduct of their vehicles. because of the circumstances. The same shall apply to the drivers of vehicles in a coupling association which are not at the same time the carrier of the association.
5.
Each floating installation shall be subject to the following conditions: Leadership of a suitable person. This person shall be responsible for compliance with this Regulation on the floating facility.
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§ 1.03 Obligations of the Crew and other persons on board

1.
The crew has the instructions of the ship's guide The following shall be provided for in the context of his responsibility. It shall contribute to compliance with this Regulation and other applicable rules.
2.
All other persons on board shall comply with the instructions, which are issued to them by the ship's guide in the interests of the safety of navigation and order.
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§ 1.04 General Duty Of Care

1.
Beyond the provisions of this Regulation, the Ship guide to take all precautions that require the general duty of care and the exercise of the shipping, in particular
a)
the endangerment of human life,
b)
Damage to vehicles or floats, shores, Control structures and installations of any kind in or on the waterway,
c)
Disabilities of shipping as well as
d)
Pollution of the Danube
to be avoided.
2.
Number 1 also applies to people under their care floating assets.
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§ 1.05 behavior in special circumstances

to prevent an immediate the ship's guides must take all the necessary measures, even if they are forced to depart from the provisions of this Regulation, in all circumstances. Non-official table of contents

§ 1.06 Use of waterway

Length, width, height, draught, and speed of the vehicles, associations and Swimming bodies must be adapted to the conditions of the waterway and the facilities. Non-official table of contents

§ 1.07 Permitted maximum loading and maximum number of passengers

1.
Vehicles may not be loaded deeper than the lower edge of the indentation marks
2.
The load must not endanger the stability of the vehicle or affect the visibility of the control stand.
3.
Vehicles that are intended for the carriage of passengers must not have more passengers on board than approved by the competent authority.
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§ 1.08 Occupation of vehicles and floating bodies

Vehicles and floating bodies, other than the pushed vehicles of a pusher band shall have a crew sufficient to ensure the safety of the persons on board and of the navigation system, as appropriate. Vehicles without a machine drive in a coupling body and certain vehicles which are towed in a group of rigidly connected vehicles shall not have an crew if the crew of the coupling association or the towed group are in number and suitability is sufficient to ensure the safety of the persons on board and the shipping. unofficial table of contents

§ 1.09 cast of rudder

1.
On each vehicle in motion, the rowing must be occupied by an appropriate person aged at least 16 years.
2.
For the safe control of the vehicle, the rowing worker must be able to receive and receive all information and instructions arriving at the tax level or from there . In particular, it must be able to carry out the sound signals and have a sufficiently free view on all sides. If a sufficiently free view is not possible, it must have an optical aid with a sufficient field of view and a clear distortion-free image. In exceptional circumstances, an outgoer or a horchpost must be drawn up in order to inform the roderer.
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§ 1.10 Ship Customers

1.
On-board vehicles, except Seagoing ships, must be in international traffic:
a)
Admission certificate (Ship test),
b)
Calibration certificate (for vehicles used for freight transport only),
c)
Occupation list, excluding vehicles that do not have crew,
d)
ship's diary (only vehicles with
and other documents relating to shipping that are required by international conventions or agreements.
2.
By way of derogation from point 1, the documents referred to in the letters b and d are not required for small vehicles. In addition, the certificate referred to in point (c) shall not be required for small vehicles which are used for sports or recreational purposes (sports vehicles); the document referred to in point (a) may be replaced by a national travel permit.
3.
On-board floating bodies must have a national travel permit.
4.
UrCustomers, who are must be on board on the basis of the provisions of this Regulation, must be submitted to the officials of the competent authorities on request.
5.
Registration certificates and It is not necessary to be carried on board a shoe holder on which a metal shield is fitted in accordance with the following pattern:
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I Official number: ........................ I
I number of the registration authority: ........... I
I Competent Authority: ..................... I
I Valid until: .............................. I
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This information must be in good legible characters of at least 6 mm height engraved or beaten in. The metal shield must be at least 60 mm high and 120 mm long. It must be well-visible and permanently attached to the rear of the control board of the shoe. The conformity of the information on the metal shield with those in the certificate of approval of the sabre must be confirmed by the competent authority by the sign registered on the metal shield. The certificate of admission and the verification certificate shall be kept by the owner of the school holder.
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§ 1.11 Carry-on of the

-board any vehicle, excluding small vehicles and vehicles without crew, must be subject to the imprint of this Regulation. Non-tampering table of contents

§ 1.12 vulnerability of items on board, loss of items, ship's obstacles

1.
Objects that vehicles, floating bodies, floating assets, or installations in or on waterway shall not be allowed to project beyond the sides of vehicles or floats.
2.
Anchored anchors shall not be allowed to fall under the ground or the keel of the The vehicle or the lower level of the floating body.
3.
If a vehicle, a float or a floating system has lost an object and can be As a result, the ship ' s guide or the person responsible for the floating facility shall immediately report this to the nearest competent authority and, in so doing, the place where the object is lost, shall be immediately reported to the nearest competent authority. as possible. In addition, it must identify the place where possible.
4.
If a vehicle detects an unknown obstacle on the waterway, the ship's guide must do so. Report immediately to the nearest competent authority, indicating the location where the obstacle has been encountered as accurately as possible.
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§ 1.13 Protections of the shipping signs

1.
It is forbidden to use shipping signs (for example, plates, tons, swimmers, beacons) to arrest or recover vehicles or floats, to damage them or to unusable.
2.
A vehicle or a floating body has moved a ship's mark from its place or another to name the waterway the operator must notify the nearest competent authority without delay.
3.
Any skipper who has caused accidents or any other changes in shipping signs (for example, extinguisher of a light, changing position of a ton, destruction of a character), has the duty to report this to the next competent authority without delay.
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§ 1.14 Damage of assets

Has a vehicle or a floating body a plant (for example, lock, bridge) , the ship ' s guide shall report this immediately to the nearest competent authority. Non-official table of contents

§ 1.15 Prohibition of the introduction of objects and other substances into the waterway

1.
It is forbidden to use solid objects or other substances that are suitable for shipping or other Hinder or endanger the user of the waterway, throw it into the waterway, pour it into the waterway, pour it into the waterway, or initiate it.
2.
It is especially forbidden to throw oil residues of any kind, even if they are mixed with water, into the waterway, to cast them or to introduce them in a sonic manner. Where such substances are inadvertently entered into the waterway or threaten to enter the waterway, the ship ' s guide shall report this immediately to the nearest competent authority, taking into account the nature of the substance and the place of introduction. as exactly as possible.
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§ 1.16 rescue and help performance

1.
In the event of accidents that endanger persons on board, the ship's guide must have all the means available to its Use rescue.
2.
If the accident of a vehicle or swimming body is in danger of or threatens to block the running water, the ship's guide each vehicle in the vicinity requires immediate assistance to the extent that this is compatible with the safety of the vehicle it is guided.
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§ 1.17 Fixed or Sunken Vehicles

1.
The ship's guide of a fixed or sunken vehicle, or a fixed or torn swimming body must be immediately sent to the next competent authority. In the event that a vehicle is deadlocked or sunk, the ship ' s guide or a member of the crew shall remain on board or near the accident site until the competent authority allows him to remove himself.
2.
If a vehicle is stuck or sank in the driveway or in the vicinity of the vehicle, or if a swimming body is deadlocked, the ship's guide must be without prejudice to § § 3.27 and 3.41, if it is is not manifestly unnecessary, immediately at appropriate places and at a sufficient distance from the site of the accident to alert the approaching vehicles and bodies in order to ensure that they take the necessary measures in good time
3.
When an accident occurs when passing through a lock, this is to be reported immediately to the lock supervisor.
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§ 1.18 Driving water free

1.
If a fixed or sunken vehicle, a fixed float, or an object lost by a vehicle or floating body, all or part of the driveway The vessel must take all necessary measures to ensure that the water is released without delay.
2.
The same obligation has to be taken by the ship's guide. a ship ' s driver whose vehicle is liable to sink or becomes incapable of manoeuvre.
3.
If one of the vehicles referred to in point 1 or 2 belongs to an association, the vessel must: Leader of the Association to take the measures prescribed there.
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§ 1.19 Special instructions

1.
Shipyards and people under whose care are placed floating systems must have special the instructions given to them by the officials of the competent authorities for the safety and lightness of the shipping.
2.
In particular: the officials of the competent authorities shall be able to prohibit vehicles from entering the journey where
a)
The vehicle is not equipped with a certificate of approval (ship test) or a national travel permit, or these documents are no longer valid,
b)
the vehicle does not comply with § 1.07,
c)
the crew or equipment of the vehicle does not comply with the provisions of § 1.08
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§ 1.20 Monitoring

Ships and people under whose care floating facilities are placed must be provide the competent authorities with the necessary assistance to ensure that they are able to monitor compliance with the provisions of this Regulation and other applicable rules. unofficial table of contents

§ 1.21 special transport

1.
As a special transport, any forward movement of
a)
Vehicles and associations that do not comply with § § 1.06 and 1.08,
b)
floating installations and Floating bodies, where there is no obvious possibility of obstructing or endangering the ship or damage to installations
2.
Special transports may only be carried out with special permission from the authorities responsible for the routes to be traversed.
3.
You are subject to the conditions to be determined by these authorities on a case-by-case basis.
4.
For each Special transport is to be determined with regard to § 1.02 a ship's guide.
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§ 1.22 orders ' temporary nature

The skipper must comply with the temporary arrangements issued by the competent authority, which have been made public on special occasions for the safety and lightness of the shipping. Non-official table of contents

§ 1.23 Permission of sports and other events

Sports events, water festivals and other events Events which may affect the safety and ease of navigation shall require the authorisation of the competent authorities. Non-official table of contents

§ 1.24 Rules relating to the transport of dangerous goods

Ship guides of vehicles carrying dangerous goods (to For example, explosive, radioactive, toxic, corrosive and flammable goods) must comply with the specific safety requirements laid down for the protection of the crew and the shipping industry. Non-official table of contents

§ 1.25 Protection and winter time

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§ 1.26 Scope of the first part

1.
The first part is on the navigable part of the Danube as well as on the waterways of the ports, Safety ports, loading and unloading points, without prejudice to the specific provisions of the competent authorities, which have been adopted for these ports and bodies with regard to local circumstances and loading and unloading operations.
2.
The shipping drivers of the vehicles on the Danube and other persons affected by this provision must comply with the provisions of the First Part and the local regulations of the Danube countries and the river special administrations for the relevant sections of the Danube.

Chapter 2
Vehicles and Draught Indicators, Ships

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§ 2.01 Vehicles of the vehicles, excluding small vehicles

1.
On each vehicle, except for small vehicles, must be on the hull or on a permanent basis Attached panels or signs are marked with the following tags:
a)
its name, which also includes a It can be a motto. The name shall be affixed on both sides of the vehicle and shall be so fitted as to be visible from the rear. If one of these inscriptions is concealed in the case of a vehicle which moves a coupling assembly or a thrust assembly, the name shall be repeated on boards which are clearly visible from the direction in which the inscription is hidden. In addition, the name (or its common abbreviation) of the vehicle belonging to the vehicle must be affixed to the vehicle. If the vehicle has neither a name nor a motto, a number or the registration number shall be affixed to the letter or group of letters of the State in accordance with Annex 1 in which the place of home or register is situated;
b)
its home or registry location. The name of the home or register location shall be affixed on either side or at the rear of the vehicle, followed by the letter or group of letters of the State in which the place of home or register is located.
2.
In addition, with the exception of small vehicles,
a)
on each vehicle intended for the carriage of goods, the carrying capacity in tonnes on both sides of the vehicle on the hull or on permanently attached panels
b)
on any vehicle intended for the carriage of passengers, the maximum number of passengers on board shall be placed in a clearly visible position
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3.
The above-mentioned marks must be placed in legible and durable Latin characters, in particular an inscription in Oil paint is considered to be permanent. The height of the characters must be at least 20 cm in the case of the name, and at least 15 cm for the other marks. The width and the line thickness of the characters must correspond to the height. The characters must be in bright colour on a dark background or in a dark colour on a bright ground.
4.
The number plates according to numbers 1 and 2 can be used.
5.
Seeschiffe, by way of derogation from the above provisions, may be used as a symbol for the sea
6.
Vehicles with crew, with the exception of small vehicles, must carry their national flag on the back ship during the journey by day.
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§ 2.02 Small vehicle registration number

1.
On small vehicles the official registration plates must be installed; if they are not required, please be appropriate:
a)
its name, which can also be a motto,
b)
the name and address of its owner.
2.
The official tag or the tag In accordance with point 1 (a), the outer side of the small vehicle must be in at least 10 cm high, legible and durable Latin characters, and in particular an oil-colour inscription shall be considered to be permanent. If the small vehicle has neither a name nor a motto, the name (or its common abbreviation) of the organisation of the vehicle belongs to the vehicle, followed, if necessary, by a number.
3.
The name and address of the owner must be attached to the inside or outside of the vehicle in a clearly visible place.
4.
However, on the inside or outside of a vehicle, the name of the vehicle to which they belong is sufficient on the inside or outside of the vehicle and, where appropriate, other information which indicates the determination of the vehicle. Allow owners.
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§ 2.03 ship calibration

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§ 2.04 Lowering Marks and Depth Gauge

1.
All vehicles, except for small vehicles, must have trademarks that are the level of the largest. Show a depression. For inland waterway vessels, the methods for determining the maximum reduction and the conditions for the affixing of the containment marks are laid down in Appendix 2. In the case of seagoing vessels, the "summer freshwater mark" replaces the lowering marks.
2.
In all vehicles, the draught of which can reach 1 m, the draught hands must be fitted be. For inland waterway vessels, the conditions for affixing the draught indicator are set out in Appendix 2.
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§ 2.05 Anchor tag

1.
The anchors of vehicles must bear permanent marks. If an anchor is used on a different vehicle of the same owner, the original identifier can be retained.
2.
Number 1 does not apply to anchors of Seagoing vessels and small vehicles.

Chapter 3
Designation of vehicles

Section I.
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§ 3.01 Application and Definitions

1.
§ § 3.08 to 3.19 are valid for the ride at night, and § § 3.20 to 3.28 are valid for the style. § § 3.29 to 3.36 apply for the trip by day, § § 3.36a to 3.42 for the style lying on the day. § § 3.21, 3.25, 3.28, 3.37 and 3.42 also apply to vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations when they are deadlocked.
2.
When it is the visibility , the signs prescribed for the night must also be set at daytime.
3.
For the application of this chapter, thrust unions shall apply, the length of which shall be 110 m and the width of which shall not exceed 12 m, as well as coupling associations, the length of which shall not exceed 110 m and the width of which shall not exceed 23 m, as individually moving vehicles with the same length of the machine.
4.
The characters prescribed in this chapter are shown in Appendix 3.
5.
In this chapter apply as:
a)
"Topplicht" :a white strong light that is uninterrupted over a horizontal arc of 225 degrees It is placed in such a way that it radiates from the front to both sides 22 degrees 30 ' behind the transverse line;
b)
"Side lights": a green light on starboard, a red light on the back board, each of which radiates continuous over a horizontal arc of 112 ° 30 'and is so fitted that it radiates from the front to 22 ° 30' behind the transverse line on its side;
c)
"tail light" :a white bright light or a white ordinary light, which radiates continuous over a horizontal arc of 135 degrees and is mounted so that it can be used over a bow of 67 degrees 30 ' radiated from behind on each side;
d)
"visible light from all sides" :a light that is continuous over a 360-degree horizons
e)
"Height": the height above the level of the containment marks, or in the case of vehicles without any countermarks above the hull
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§ 3.02 Lichter

Unless otherwise specified, the lights prescribed in this Regulation must be uninterrupted and radiate evenly. Non-official table of contents

§ 3.03 panels and flags

1.
Unless otherwise specified, the panels and flags prescribed in this chapter must be rectangular.
2.
Your colors must not be faded noctily.
3.
Your dimensions must be so large that: they can be seen well; this condition is considered to be fulfilled if their length and width are at least 1 m in length and 0.60 m in the case of small vehicles.
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§ 3.04 cylinder, balls, cone, and double cone

1.
The cylinders, balls, cones and double cones prescribed in this chapter may be replaced by devices that look the same from the distance.
2.
Your colors must not be faded or soiled.
3.
Your dimensions shall be so large that they can be seen well; this condition shall be deemed to be satisfied if the dimensions are at least:
a)
for cylinder 0,80 m Height and 0,50 m diameter;
b)
for balls 0,60 m diameter;
c)
for cone 0,60 m height and 0,60 m diameter of the base;
d)
for double cone 0,80 m height and 0,50 m Bottom surface diameter.
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§ 3.05 Forbidden Lights and Signs

1.
It is forbidden to use other lights and characters other than those provided for in this Regulation, or they may be used for which they are not required or authorised.
2.
For the understanding of vehicles between vehicles and vehicles, and However, other lights and signs may also be used, provided that this does not lead to any exchange with the lights and signs provided for in this Regulation.
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§ 3.06 Replacement lights

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§ 3.07 Forbidden use of beep lights, headlights, boards, flags, and other items

1.
It is forbidden, signal lights or spotlights as well as panels, flags and other items in a To use a method of confusing them with the lights or signs provided for in this Regulation, which may affect their visibility or make it difficult to understand them.
2.
It is forbidden to use signal lights or headlights in such a way that they hide and thereby endanger or impede the shipping or traffic to land.

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Nightname

Title A.
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§ 3.08 Nightname of individual driving vehicles with machine drive in drive

1.
Single-powered vehicles with machine drive must lead:
a)
a topplight on the front ship on the vehicle's longitudinal axis at a height of at least 6 m ; this height may be reduced to 4 m if the length of the vehicle does not exceed 40 m;
b)
Side lights at the same level in one plane are set perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; they must be at least 1 m lower than the topplight and must not be placed in front of it; they must be grayed out in such a way that the green light does not of the bord, the red light cannot be seen by starboard;
c)
a tail light set at the rear of the vehicle on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle in sufficient height to ensure that the rear-view of the vehicle is not in the right direction. of an overhauled vehicle
2.
An individual moving vehicle with a machine drive may also have a second drive on the back of the vehicle. Topplight, which is set on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle and at least 3 m higher than the front topping light, such that the horizontal distance between these lights is at least three times the vertical distance.
3.
A single machine-powered vehicle, which temporarily precedes a pre-credits, must keep the lights according to numbers 1 and 2.
4.
When passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a wall or a lock, vehicles may lead the topplights according to numbers 1 and 2 at a lower height, so that the passage can take place without difficulty.
5.
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§ 3.09 Night designation of the towing associations in drive

1.
A machine-driven vehicle at the top of an entrainment belt and a pre-span that is another A vehicle with a machine drive, a thrust or coupling assembly, must lead:
a)
two Topplichter at a distance of about 1 m above one another on the front vessel on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; the upper light must comply with the provisions of section 3.08 (1) (a);
b)
the page lights according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter b;
c)
a yellow instead of a white rear light on the The longitudinal axis of the vehicle at a sufficient height, that it is well seen from the first appendix following the vehicle, from the vehicle with the machine drive or from the thrust or coupling assembly which the vehicle is driving ahead of as the pre-tensioning vehicle.
2.
Driving several vehicles with a machine drive at the top of a tractor, or driving a vehicle with a machine drive, a thrust or a push-button, or a drive. A combination of a number of vehicles with a machine drive side by side, whether or not it is coupled on the longitudinal side or not, in advance, each of these towing vehicles must lead: three topping lights instead of the topping lights referred to in point 1 (a) in one Distance of approximately 1 m from one another on the front vessel on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle, the upper and the underlying light at the same height as the lights as specified in point 1 (a). of a number of vehicles equipped with a machine drive, this provision shall apply to each of these bugting vehicles.
3.
The vehicle or the vehicles which shall of the last annex of a towing association shall, in addition to the name referred to in point 2, lead: the rear light in accordance with section 3.08 (1) (c.), more than two vehicles which are coupled on the longitudinal side to the end of the association, only the two outer vehicles must be: Vehicles of this light. If small vehicles form the end of the association, they shall not be taken into account when this provision is applied.
4.
When passing through the opening of a fixed or a closed bridge, a pipe or a lock, the vehicles of a towing vehicle shall be allowed to guide the lights in accordance with point 1 (a) and point 2 at a low altitude, so that the passage can be carried out without difficulty.
5.
The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to small vehicles that tow small vehicles only, and not to towed small vehicles.
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§ 3.10 Night designation of the drawers ' associations in motion

1.
Draw associations must lead:
a)
three topplights on the vehicle's foreship at the top of the association or the backboard side The vehicle of the association; these lights must be arranged in the form of an equilateral triangle with a horizontal base line in a plane perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the dressing. The uppermost light must be set at a height of at least 6 m. The two lower lights must be set at a distance of about 1.25 m from each other and about 1.10 m below the uppermost light. The lights shall be guided by the vehicle closest to the longitudinal plane of the bandage; the masts for these lights must be on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle on which they are guided;
b)
the side lights according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter b; these lights must be removed on the widest part of the bandage at most 1 m from its outsides, as close as possible to the pusher ship and at a height of at least 2 m;
c)
Three taillights according to § 3.08 (1) (c) on the pusher ship in a horizontal line perpendicular to its Longitudinal axis with a lateral distance of approximately 1.25 m and at a sufficient height that they cannot be covered by any of the other vehicles of the association
2.
The terms of the number 1 are also valid for drawers, which are temporarily preceded by one or more machine-driven vehicles as the pre-credits.
3.
When passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge or a pipe or when passing through sluices, the topplights may be less than 1 letter a
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§ 3.11 Nightname of the Coupling associations in motion

1.
coupling associations must lead:
a)
the topplight according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter a on every vehicle with machine drive;
b)
the page lights according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter b; these lights must be at the same height as possible on the outer sides of the dressing and at least 1 m lower than the lowest topplight ;
c)
the tail light according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter c on each vehicle.
2.
The provisions of the number 1 are also valid for coupling associations, which temporarily precede one or more vehicles with machine drive as the default.
3.
When passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a wall or a lock, the lights referred to in point 1 (a) may be kept at a lower level, so that: The passage without difficulty can take place.
4.
The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to small vehicles, which are coupled only to small vehicles on the long side , and not for small vehicles coupled on the longitudinal side.
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§ 3.12 Night designation of the vehicles under sails in Drive

1.
Vehicles under sail in drive must lead:
a)
the page lights according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter b; however, these can be ordinary lights instead of brighter Lights;
b)
the tail light according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter c.
2.
In addition to the lights referred to in point 1 may lead to a vehicle under sail: two ordinary or bright, superposed lights visible from all sides, the upper red, the lower green; these lights must be placed at a suitable location in the pot or at the top of the the mast must be set at a distance of at least 1 m.
3.
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§ 3.13 Night designation of small-scale vehicles in drive

1.
Single-moving small-scale vehicles with machine drive must lead:
a)
A topplight; this light must be at least 1 m higher on the longitudinal axis of the small-vehicle than the The side lights are set and bright instead of strong. However, if necessary, it can be set to the same height as the page lights.
b)
Side lights; these lights can usually be instead of bright and have to be set
aa)
according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter b or
bb)
just next to each other or in a single light at or near the bow on the longitudinal axis.
c)
The tail light according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter c; this light is omitted if the topplight according to letter a is replaced by a white light, visible light from all sides
2.
Single-moving small vehicles with a length of less than 7 metres in length shall take the appropriate place instead of the lights referred to in point 1, and at a sufficient height, a white normal light that can be seen from all sides.
3.
A small vehicle is towed only by small vehicles or only carries it out coupled with, it must lead the lights in accordance with the number 1.
4.
Small vehicles which are coupled with one another or are coupled in the longitudinal direction must have a white ordinary, visible light from all sides. This provision does not apply to boats.
5.
Lesser vehicles under sail must lead:
a)
Side lights and a rear light, side lights next to each other or in a single luminaire on or near the bow on the longitudinal axis of the small vehicle or the rear light on the back ship; these lights may be ordinary lights; or
b)
side lights and a rear light in single luminaire, at a suitable location in the pot, or at the upper part of the mast; this light can be an ordinary light; or
c)
a white ordinary light visible from all sides, if it is Small vehicles with a length of less than 7 m. On the approximation of other vehicles, these small vehicles must also show a second white normal light.
6.
Single neither with machine drive nor Small vehicles running under sail must lead: a white ordinary light, visible from all sides, under these conditions, this light must show only when other vehicles are approaching.
7.
When passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a wall or a lock, the lights according to numbers 1 to 6 may be set at a lower height, so that:
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§ 3.14 Additional night designation of the vehicles in the course of a journey at Transport of certain flammable goods

1.
Vehicles, the flammable goods acc. to Appendix 9 , in addition, a blue ordinary light on the rear vessel must be provided at a suitable location and so high that it is visible from all sides. Vehicles which have transported these substances in tanks shall have the same name. , as long as the tanks are not gas-free.
2.
Driving in a towing assembly one or more vehicles in accordance with point 1 shall apply:
a)
The vehicle with machine drive at the top of the dressing must be in addition to the lights in accordance with § 3.09 No. 1 a blue ordinary light; this light must be visible over the same horizontal arc as the topplights and be set at about 1 m below the lowest topplight and as far as possible 1 m higher than the side lights;
b)
only the vehicle or the vehicles referred to in point 1, which are located furthest in the back of the dressing, must lead to the blue light prescribed there. If several such vehicles are located at the same distance from the rear of the dressing, only the two of these vehicles must have the light that is driving the furthest out of the vehicle. The provisions of § 3.09 No. 3 shall remain unaffected.
3.
Driving in one or more of the vehicles referred to in point 1 shall be subject to the requirements laid down therein. Lights on these vehicles will not be conducted. In this case, the following shall apply:
a)
The vehicle that guides the lights in accordance with Article 3.10 (1) (a) must also: about 2.20 m vertical under the uppermost light lead a blue ordinary light, which otherwise corresponds to the provisions of § 3.08 No. 1 letter a;
b)
the In addition to the lights in accordance with section 3.10 (1) (c), the vehicle must have the blue light in accordance with point 1
4.
A trawl as referred to in point 2 shall be used to ferry the vehicle. of a pre-credits, it shall also lead to the lights referred to in point 2 (a). Where a pusher body moves in accordance with point 3 with a pre-tensioning, the dressing shall lead to the lights referred to in point 2 (a). In addition to the lights in accordance with § 3.09, the Annex shall only lead to the blue lights referred to in point 3 (a) and (b).
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§ 3.15 Additional night designation of vehicles travelling on the transport of certain explosive goods.

1.
Vehicles that carry explosive and other goods to Appendix 10 must also lead: a red light on the back ship at a suitable location and so high that it is visible from all sides. On vehicles with a machine drive, this must be a bright light on vehicles without a machine drive.
2.
Driving in a towing dressing or several vehicles in accordance with point 1, the vehicle must be equipped with a machine drive at the top of the bandage in addition to the lights in accordance with § 3.09 No. 1: a red light; this light must be visible over the same horizontal arc as the toppings and about 1 m below the lowest topplight and as much as 1 m higher than the side lights set.
3.
Driving in a drawer one or more vehicles after Point 1, the lights prescribed there shall not be carried on these vehicles. In this case, the following shall apply:
a)
The vehicle that guides the lights in accordance with Article 3.10 (1) (a) must also: about 2.20 m vertical under the uppermost light lead a red light, which in the rest corresponds to the provisions of § 3.08 No. 1 letter a;
b)
the pushing In addition to the lights in accordance with section 3.10 (1) (c), the vehicle must have the red light in accordance with point 1
4.
A trawl according to point 2 with a pre-tensioning force, it must also guide the lights in accordance with point 2. Where a pusher body moves in accordance with point 3 with a pre-tensioning, the dressing shall lead to the lights in accordance with point 2. In addition to the lights according to § 3.09, the appendix must only lead the red lights in accordance with point 3 (a) and (b).
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§ 3.16 Night designation of the ferries in journey

1.
Not free-running ferries must lead:
a)
a white bright light, visible from all sides, at least 5 m above the level of the Countermarks; however, the height may be reduced if the length of the ferry does not exceed 20 m;
b)
a green light, visible from all sides, about 1 m above the light according to point (a)
2.
Ferry ferries must lead:
a)
a white bright light, visible from all sides, as specified in paragraph 1 (a);
b)
a green light, from all sides visible light according to point 1 (b);
c)
the side lights and the rear light according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter b and c.
3.
Frei driving ferries with right of access must lead:
a)
a white bright light, visible from all sides, as specified in paragraph 1 (a);
b)
a green light, from all sides visible light in accordance with point 1 (b);
c)
a second green light, visible from all sides, about 1 m above the green light, according to letter b;
d)
the side lights and tail light according to § 3.08 No. 1 letter b and c.
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§ 3.18 Additional night designation of maneuverable vehicles

1.
A maneuverable incapable of maneuverability If necessary, the vehicle must additionally show: a red light which is pivoted; in the case of small vehicles, this light can be white instead of red.
2.
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§ 3.19 Night designation of the floating bodies and floating installations

Without prejudice to the requirements laid down in § 1.21, floating bodies and floating installations shall lead to:
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§ 3.20 Night designation of vehicles when still lying down

1.
A single vehicle, a vehicle that is other vehicles are coupled, or a coupling assembly must have a white ordinary light, visible from all sides, at a height of at least 3 m on the water side.
2.
A thrust bandage that is located away from the shore (without indirect or direct connection to the shore) must lead to two white, ordinary lights visible from all sides; these Lights must be placed on the pusher ship and on the front part of the pusher band at a height of at least 3 m.
3.
Small vehicles, except boats of In the case of a motor vehicle, a white ordinary light may be placed at a suitable location and so high that it is visible from all sides, instead of the lights in accordance with point 1.
4.
The label according to numbers 1 to 3 is not required,
a)
if the vehicle or the bandage is in a waterway that is temporarily not possible or prohibited;
b)
if the vehicle or the bandage is located on the shore and is sufficiently illuminated by it;
c)
if the vehicle or the bandage outside of the running water is in a clearly secure location;
d)
if a small vehicle is silent on the shore
5.
The provisions of this paragraph do not apply for the vehicles referred to in § § 3.23 and 3.27.
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§ 3.21 Additional night designation of stilted vehicles Transport of certain flammable goods

vehicles in accordance with § 3.14 shall, in addition to the lights according to § 3.20, lead:
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§ 3.22 Additional night designation of the silent vehicles when transporting certain explosive goods.

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§ 3.23 Nightname of the ferries stilted at the point of application

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Non-free-running ferries that are not at their point of application must have the lights in accordance with § 3.16 No. 1
2.
Free-running ferries which, during operation, are located at their point of application must lead the lights in accordance with § 3.16 No. 1. In the case of short-term style, they may retain the lights in accordance with § 3.08 (1) (b) and (c). You must delete the green light prescribed in Section 3.16 (3) (b) as soon as they are no longer in operation.
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§ 3.25 Nightname of the lofty floating body and floating Installations

Without prejudice to the requirements laid down in § 1.21, floating bodies and floating installations must lead:
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§ 3.27 Night designation of floating devices at work, as well as fixed or sunken vehicles

1.
Swimming devices at work and vehicles that perform work, splits, or measurements in the case of style:
a)
on the side or sides where the route is free, two green ordinary lights or two green bright lights about 1 m above each other
and if necessary
b)
on the page where the pass is not free, a red ordinary light or a red bright light at the same height and light intensity as the top of the two Letter a guided green lights
or, if these vehicles are to be protected against wave impact,
c)
on the page or pages where the pass is free, a red ordinary light and a white ordinary light or a red bright light and a white bright light, the red Light about 1 m above the white,
and, if necessary,
d)
on the page where the pass is not free, a red light of the same height and of the same light intensity as the red light guided in accordance with (c).
These lights must be set so high that they are visible from all sides.
2.
Fixed or sunken vehicles must lead the lights in accordance with point 1 (c) and (d). If the position of a sunken vehicle does not allow the characters to be mounted on it, they must be placed on boats, tonnes or otherwise.
3.
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§ 3.28 Nightname the anchors that can endanger the shipping

1.
If in the cases of § § 3.20 and 3.25 the The anchors of vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations are so ejected that they may endanger shipping, the light closest to this anchor must be replaced by two white, ordinary lights visible from all sides. These must be placed one on top of the other at a distance of about 1 m.
2.
The vehicles, floating bodies and floating systems must each of their anchors, which is the A ton with a radar reflector and a white normal light visible from all sides.

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§ 3.29 Tag name of the towing dressings in motion

1.
A vehicle with machine drive at the top of a towed belt and a foreruner that drags another vehicle with a machine drive, a thrust dressing or a coupling body, must lead: a yellow cylinder, the top and bottom each with a black stripe and one white stripe each, The cylinder must be set vertically and so high on the pre-ship that it is visible from all sides.
2.
Driving on the tip of a tractor vehicle comprises a number of vehicles with a machine drive or a vehicle with a machine drive, a thrust dressing or a coupling assembly, a number of vehicles with a machine drive side by side, whether or not it is coupled on the longitudinal side, or not, as a pre-credits, each of the towing vehicles must carry the cylinder in accordance with point 1. Where a vehicle, a floating body or a floating installation of a plurality of vehicles is bugged with a machine drive, this provision shall apply to each of these bugling vehicles.
3.
When passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a wall or a lock, the vehicles of an entrainment band shall be allowed to enter the cylinder in accordance with points 1 and 2 in
4.
The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to small-scale vehicles, which are exclusively used for the production of small vehicles.
The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to small vehicles which are exclusively Towing small vehicles and not for towed small vehicles.
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§ 3.30 Tagdesignation of the vehicles under sails, At the same time, use their drive machine

A vehicle under sail, which simultaneously uses its engine, must lead:
a black cone with the tip at the bottom.
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§ 3.31 Day designation of the vehicles for the carriage of more than 12 passengers and a length of less than 20 m

Vehicles which are approved for the carriage of more than 12 passengers and whose hull has a length of less than 20 metres shall lead to:
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§ 3.32 Additional tag name of the vehicles in the carriage of certain flammable goods.

1.
Vehicles that carry flammable goods to Appendix 9 must also lead: a blue cone with the top at a suitable point and so high that it is visible from all sides. Vehicles that have transported these substances in tanks must have the same designation as long as the tanks are not gas-free.
2.
Driving in a trawl one or more vehicles in accordance with point 1, the vehicle must also be equipped with machine drive at the top of the bandage: the blue cone by number 1.
3.
Driving in one or more of the vehicles referred to in point 1 shall not apply to those vehicles the name prescribed there. In this case, the front and on the moving vehicle must lead: the blue cone according to number 1.
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§ 3.33 Additional tag name for vehicles travelling on the transport of certain explosive goods.

1.
Vehicles that transport explosive and other goods to Appendix 10 must also lead: a red cone with the tip at the bottom of a suitable place and so high that it is visible from all sides.
2.
Driving in a towing assembly one or more vehicles in accordance with point 1, the vehicle must be at the top of the vehicle with a machine drive. In addition, lead: the red cone as specified in number 1.
3.
Driving in a drawer one or more vehicles in accordance with point 1, applies to these vehicles there the prescribed name does not. In this case, the front and on the moving vehicle must lead: the red cone according to number 1.
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§ 3.34 Tag name of the ferries in the drive

ferries must guide:
a green ball at a height of at least 6 m.
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§ 3.35 Additional tag name of maneuverable vehicles

1.
Maneuverable vehicles must also, if necessary, lead: a red flag that swings
2.
If necessary, you must have the required sound character in addition.
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§ 3.36 additional tag name of the vehicles with priority

vehicles to which the competent authority is to travel through places where a particular order , a priority must also be given to:
a red wimpel, the length of which is at least 1 m, on the front ship and so high that it is clearly visible.

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§ 3.36a Vehicles Tag Name for Style

1.
A machine-driven vehicle with the anchorage, with the exception of small vehicles, or as part of a federation, (without indirect or direct connection to the shore), must lead: a black ball at a suitable point on the front ship and so high that it is visible from all sides.
2.
The label named after number 1 is not required,
a)
if the vehicle is in a waterway that is temporarily not possible or forbidden to run;
b)
if the vehicle is in a clearly safe position outside of the running water.
3.
The provisions of the paragraph do not apply to the vehicles referred to in § 3.41.
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§ 3.37 Tag name of the silent vehicles when transporting certain flammable goods

1.
Vehicles in accordance with § 3.32, if they do not belong to a wheelset, lead: the blue cone after § 3.32 No. 1.
2.
If a pusher board contains one or more vehicles in accordance with § 3.32, it shall also have the additional characters in accordance with § 3.32 no. 3
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§ 3.38 Tag name of the silent vehicles on the transport of certain explosive goods.

1.
Vehicles in accordance with § 3.33, if they do not belong to a shear assembly, lead: the red cone in accordance with § 3.33 no. 1.
2.
If a pusher board contains one or more vehicles in accordance with § 3.33, it shall also have the additional characters in accordance with § 3.33 no. 3
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§ 3.40 Day designation of nets or other fishing equipment of silent fishing vessels

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§ 3.41 Day designation of floating devices at work and fixed or sunken vehicles

1.
Swimming devices at work and vehicles that perform work, splits, or measurements in the case of style:
a)
on the side or sides where the route is free, two green Double cone about 1 m above each other
and if necessary
b)
on the page where the pre-travel is not free, a red ball of the same height as the top of the two green double cones as referred to in point (a
or, if these vehicles are to be protected against wave impact,
c)
on the page or pages where the pass is free, a flag whose upper half is red, or whose lower half is white, or two flags or two balls above one another, the upper red the lower white,
and, where appropriate,
d)
on the side where the pass is not free, a red flag or a red ball at the same height as the red-white flag or the red flag on the other Page.
2.
The label referred to in point 1 (a) and (b) can be replaced by the following characters:
a)
on the page or pages where the pass is free, the table sign E.1 " permission to Passage "(Appendix 7) and, where applicable,
b)
on the side where the passage is not free, the table sign A.1" Prohibition of transit " (Appendix 7) at the same level as the panel character referred to in point (a)
3.
The panels, double cones, balls and flags must be set to be so high that they are visible from all sides. The flags may be replaced by panels of the same colour.
4.
Fixed or sunken vehicles must be used on the day of the designation referred to in point 1 (c) and (d). . If the position of a sunken vehicle does not allow the characters to be attached to it, they must be placed on boats, tonnes or in a suitable manner.
5.
The competent authority may exempt from the designation according to points 1 and 2 (a) and (b).
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§ 3.42 Tag name of anchors which may endanger shipping

Vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations, the anchors of which are so ejected, that they may endanger the shipping, shall indicate each of these anchors by:
a yellow Tonne with radar reflector.

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§ 3.43 Prohibition to enter the vehicle

1.
If there are persons who do not work on board If the vehicle is forbidden to enter the vehicle, this prohibition must be indicated by: round white panels with a red border and a red slash, on which a black pedestrian is pictured. The panels are available as required. board or on the catwalk. By way of derogation from § 3.03 No. 3, its diameter must be 0.60 m.
2.
If necessary, the panels must be illuminated in such a way that they are clearly visible at night. .
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§ 3.44 Note on the prohibition to use smoke and unprotected light or fire

1.
If it is forbidden to smoke on board and use unprotected light or fire, this must be Banners are indicated by: round white panels with a red border and a red slash, on which a burning cigarette is shown. The panels are to be placed on board or on the catwalk as needed. By way of derogation from § 3.03 No. 3, its diameter must be approximately 0.60 m.
2.
The panels must be illuminated if necessary in such a way that they are clearly visible at night.
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§ 3.45 Designation of the vehicles of the supervisory authorities

Vehicles of the supervisory authorities shall be deemed to be Distinguishing signs at the forship on both sides of the ship's hull a white rhombus with a blue border. They also run:
a)
by day the state flag as well as a white wimpel with the above mentioned Distinguishing sign;
b)
at day and night, if it requires the service of the service, a blue light visible from all sides.
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§ 3.46 Not_Character

1.
An in need vehicle that wants to call help can show:
a)
a flag or other appropriate item that is swung in a circle;
b)
a flag above or under a ball or a ball-like object;
c)
a light that is pivoted in a circle;
d)
Rockets or light-balls with red stars in short spaces;
e)
a light sign, composed of the morse sign. ......... (SOS);
f)
a flame signal caused by burning tar, oil, or the like;
g)
red parachute light rockets or red hand torches;
h)
slow and repetitive lifting and lowering the laterally outstretched arms.
2.
These characters replace or supplement the sound signs according to § 4.01 no. 4.
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§ 3.47 Prohibition of the style liet side by side

1.
Insofar as the side style is close to a vehicle (for example because of the nature of its load) by means of a legal regulation or orders of temporary nature of the competent Authorities shall be prohibited from carrying this vehicle on the deck in the longitudinal axis: a square panel, including a triangular additional panel. The square panel is white on both sides with a red border and carries a red slash and a black "P". The triangular additional panel is white on both sides and shows in black numbers the distance in meters within which the style is prohibited.
2.
The panels shall be illuminated if necessary in such a way that they are clearly visible at night on both sides of the vehicle.
3.
The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply for the vehicles referred to in § § 3.21 and 3.37.
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§ 3.48 Additional designation for protection against Wavy strike

1.
In driving or still-lying vehicles, floating bodies, and floating Installations, other than those referred to in § § 3.27 and 3.41, which are to be protected against the wave impact of passing vehicles or floating bodies, may additionally lead: at night: a red ordinary light or a white ordinary light or a red light and a white bright light, the red light about 1 m above the white, on a side where they can be seen well and not confused with other lights; by day: a flag, the upper half of which is red and its lower half white is, at a suitable point and so high, that it is visible from all sides. The flag can be replaced by two flags, the upper red, the lower white. The flags can be replaced by panels of the same colour.
2.
Without prejudice to § § 3.27 and 3.41, the label according to number 1 may only lead:
a)
Vehicles, Swimming bodies and floating installations that are heavily damaged or who participate in rescue work as well as maneuverable vehicles;
b)
Vehicles, floating bodies and floating assets with written permission from the competent authority.
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§ 3.49 Additional name of the vehicles in the drive that works in the waterway

Performing work, commutations, or measurements may result in:
at night and on a day:
a yellow or ordinary cell light visible from all sides of the page.
This designation may only result in vehicles with a written permission from the competent authority.

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§ 4.01 General

1.
As far as this or other applicable regulations provide for sound signs and are not prescribed for the use of the bell, they must be given as follows:
a)
on machine-driven vehicles, excluding small-scale vehicles referred to in (b), by means of mechanical Sound equipment which is sufficiently high to allow the sound to be spread forwards and to the rear as far as possible; the sound signals produced by these sound instruments shall be subject to the provisions of Annex 6, Section I. ;
b)
on vehicles without a machine drive and on small vehicles with a machine drive which do not have a mechanically operated sound device, by means of: a suitable horn or a suitable horn; these signs must comply with the provisions of Appendix 6, Section I. No.1 (b) and (2) (d)
2.
On vehicles with machine drive, with the exception of small vehicles, light signs of the same length have to be given simultaneously with the sound signals. The light signs must be yellow, bright and visible from all sides. This does not apply to the sign of the radar driver to the valley according to § 6.32 no.4 (a) and not for bell signs.
3.
In the case of an association, the prescribed To give a sign of sound only from the vehicle on which the leader of the association is located. This shall only apply unless otherwise expressly determined.
4.
A vehicle in need which wants to call for help can ring or repeal with the bell long tones. These characters replace or supplement the visible signs in accordance with § 3.46.
5.
In order to ensure the audibility of the sound signals, under normal operating conditions of the Vehicle in driving the sound pressure level at the control level at the head height of the rudder driver does not exceed the value of 70 dB (A).
6.
A group of bell-blows has to be for four seconds. It can be replaced by repeated blows from metal to metal.
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§ 4.02 Use of the sound signs

1.
Without prejudice to other provisions of this Regulation, each vehicle, excluding small vehicles, must be Point 2, if necessary enter the signs according to Appendix 6.
2.
Small-scale vehicles or small vehicles towing only small vehicles, or If necessary, the general signs according to Appendix 6, Section III, may be carried out. Title A.
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§ 4.03 Forbidden Sound sign

1.
It is forbidden to use any other than the sound characters provided for in this Regulation or may be used for which they are not required or approved.
2.
For the understanding of vehicle to vehicle and between vehicle and country, may other sound signs shall also be used, provided that this does not lead to any exchange with the sound marks provided for in this Regulation.
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§ 4.04 voice radio

1.
Microphone systems on vehicles or floating systems must comply with the regulations of the competent authorities.
2.
It is forbidden to use the radio on the telephone routes of public messaging, ship-ship, nautical information and ship-port for the purpose of this regulation to use unprescribed or permitted information or for communications not authorised by the competent authority.
3.
The competent authorities Authorities may require equipment for certain vehicles to be fitted with a telephone system in accordance with point 1.
4.
Vehicles, which are equipped with a telephone system for the vehicle. In the cases referred to by the competent authorities, the communication of public communications and the port of the ship must be monitored by the competent authorities to monitor the way in which they are to be heard.
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§ 5.01 Shipping signs

1.
Appendix 7 contains the traffic control Shipping signs used for prohibitions, bids, restrictions, recommendations and notices, as well as the additional signs. At the same time, the meaning of these characters is indicated.
2.
Without prejudice to other provisions of this Regulation, as well as the special instructions in individual cases according to § 1.19 shall comply with the instructions of the ship's guides and the recommendations and notices given to them by the signs referred to in point 1 on the waterway or on their shores.
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§ 5.02 Name of the waterway

1.
Appendix 8 contains the designation of the waterway to facilitate shipping. At the same time, you specify the conditions under which the described characters are used.
2.
On the entire waterway, the drip is after the System of page designation, referring to a vehicle that follows the course of the waterway. The terms "right" and "left" refer to a vehicle driving to the valley in the name of the driving channel or the shore.

Chapter 6
Driving rules

Section I.
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§ 6.01 Definitions

1.
In the sense of this chapter, the term "to mountain" on the waterway means the direction to the Source.
2.
This chapter is considered to be:
a)
"Encounter" :when two vehicles drive directly opposite or almost opposite courses;
b)
"Overhauling" :when a vehicle (overtaking) is moving to another vehicle (ahead) at an angle of more than 22.5 degrees behind the transverse line of the latter.
"Cross"when two vehicles approach each other in a manner other than in letters a and b
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§ 6.01a High Speed Vehicles

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§ 6.02 small vehicles

1.
In this chapter, the term "small vehicles" also means associations that consist exclusively of small vehicles.
2.
Where provisions of this chapter provide that a driving rule does not apply to small vehicles in relation to vehicles which are not small vehicles, small vehicles must: Vehicles, other than vehicles according to § 6.01a, leave the space necessary for their course and for manoeuvring; they cannot require them to evade them.

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§ 6.03 General Principles

1.
The encounter or overtaking is only allowed when the water is taken into account by all local Conditions and the rest of the transport sufficient space for the way to pass.
2.
For associations, the required visual signs according to § § 6.04, 6.05 and 6.29 are only to show or to show the vehicle on which the leader of the association is located.
3.
When you encounter or overtake vehicles, the courses of which are all at risk of Do not breach, change course or speed in a way that could lead to the risk of a collision.
4.
The encounter is only if the ship's guide has convinced itself that it can be carried out without danger to other vehicles.
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§ 6.03a Crosses

1.
The courses of two vehicles are crossed in such a way that the If there is a risk of a collision, the vehicle which has the other vehicle on the starboard must avoid it and, if circumstances permit, avoid crossing the course in front of this vehicle. However, the vehicle which has the running water edge on its starboard side and follows it must maintain the course. This shall not apply to small vehicles compared with other vehicles which are not small vehicles.
2.
No 1 shall not apply in the cases of § § 6.13, 6.14 and 6.16.
3.
Cross the courses of two small vehicles of different types of propulsion, that there is a risk of a collision, and by way of derogation from point 1 Small vehicles with machine drive for all other small vehicles and small vehicles without machine drive, which do not sail under sail, soak out the small vehicles sailing under sail. However, a small vehicle which has the edge of the waterway on its starboard side and follows it must maintain its course.
4.
The courses of two crucipies under sail in such a way that the danger of a collision exists, it shall, by way of derogation from point 1, avoid each other as follows:
a)
If the small cars do not have the wind from the same side, the small vehicle that has the wind from the backboard must yield to the other;
b)
if the small vehicles have the wind from the same side, the luvside will have to evade the leesside small vehicle;
c)
if a small vehicle that has the wind of backbord sighs another small vehicle in Luv and can't determine with certainty whether this other vehicle is the wind of backbord or from starboard, it has to avoid the other.
However, a small vehicle that has the edge of the waterway on its starboard side and follows it must maintain its course. This does not apply to small vehicles compared to vehicles which are not small vehicles.
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§ 6.04 Encounter Basic rules

1.
When you encounter the mountain drivers, taking into account the local circumstances and for the rest of the traffic, leave a suitable way for the cyclists to go.
2.
Mountain driver, who let the cyclists drive past the backbord, do not give any Character.
3.
Mountain driver, who let the cyclists pass by starboard, must show on time to starboard:
a)
by tag: a white strong sparkle light or a light blue flag or board that is swung, or a light blue board, coupled with a white bright sparkle light;
b)
at night: a white bright sparkle light coupled to a light blue board
These characters must be visible from the front and from the rear, and must be shown until the end of the journey. They may no longer be retained unless the mountain drivers wish to indicate their intention to continue driving past the starboard. The light blue panel shall have a white margin of at least 5 cm wide; the frame, the linkage and the lamp of the sparkle must be of a dark colour.
4.
Muß be assumed that the intention of the mountain riders is not understood by the riders. , the mountain drivers must give the following signs:
a)
"a short sound" when the train journey to backbord, or
b)
"two short notes" if you want to take the pre-travel to starboard.
5.
Without prejudice to § 6.05, the cyclists must take the road that the mountain drivers have in accordance with the above provisions; they must be the point of view according to point 3 and the
Nos. 1 to 5 shall not apply to small vehicles in respect of vehicles which do not apply to vehicles which do not apply to vehicles.
Small vehicles are and are not intended for the encounter of small vehicles with one another.
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§ 6.05 Exceptions to the Basic rules

1.
Deviating from § 6.04 can
a)
to valley passenger ships on scheduled services, the maximum number of passengers being one of the the competent authority shall not be less than a specified number if they wish to apply at a landing site situated on the shore held by the mountain drivers *,
b)
to the valley (b) travelling towed dressers who wish to keep a certain shore to turn up,
require the mountain drivers to allow them a different route if the route determined in accordance with § 6.04 is not suitable for them. However, they may only do so after they have been satisfied that their desire can be met without danger.
2.
In the cases of the number 1, the drivers must:
a)
"a short sound" when the trip to the backbord takes place
b)
"two short notes" and also the line of sight according to § 6.04 No. 3, if the pre-accession is to take place on starboard
3.
The mountain riders must match the desire of the riders, and confirm this as follows:
a)
with "a short note" if you want to take the path to backbord;
b)
with "two short notes" and the line of sight according to § 6.04 no. 3, if the entrance is to take place at starboard.
4.
Muß be assumed that the intentions of the riders of the The cyclists must repeat the sound signs in accordance with point 3.
5.
Discover the mountain drivers that the cyclist is aware of the fact that the cyclists are not able to get the sound of the cyclists. If the route is not suitable and there is a risk of a collision, then they must give "a sequence of very short notes". In order to avert this danger, the shipyards must take all the measures that affect the circumstances.
6.
The numbers 1 to 5 do not apply to small vehicles. Vehicles which are not small vehicles, and not for the encounter of small vehicles with one another.
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§ 6.06 Countering of drivered vehicles

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§ 6.07 Encounter in the Narrow Running Water

1.
In order to avoid encountering routes or places where the driveway is not sufficiently wide for the way to pass (waterways), the following applies:
a)
Vehicles must drive through waterways in as short a time as possible;
b)
in restricted visibility, vehicles must "give a long sound" before moving into a waterway; they must, if necessary, especially if the length of the end is long , during transit, repeat the sound signals;
c)
Mountain drivers who find that a cyclist is about to enter a waterway continue below the end until the cyclist has passed through it;
d)
Talier, who notice that an association has already entered into a waterway to the mountain, shall, as far as possible, remain above the end until the mountain driver has passed through them; the same obligation shall have vehicles travelling individually to the valley in relation to vehicles travelling alone to the mountain
2.
If the encounter in a waterway is unavoidable, the vehicles must take all the necessary measures to ensure that the encounter takes place at one place and under certain circumstances, the is as little danger as possible. Any skipper who determines that there is a risk of a collision must " give a sequence of very short tones.
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§ 6.08 Forbidden By Shipping Characters

1.
Rapprochement on routes marked by Table A.4 (Appendix 7) must keep the mountain riders approaching the seamen and wait for them to pass through the tracks.
2.
If the competent authorities rule out the fact that they only allow the passage in one direction, it will be
a)
a ban on passing through a general prohibition sign A.1 (Appendix 7),
b)
permission to pass through a general note E.1 (Appendix 7)
. Depending on the local circumstances, the sign that bans the passage can be announced by the B.8 table sign (Appendix 7).
3.
Shows one to set the Signal stations established in accordance with point 2 do not have any of these signs, the vehicles must stop and wait until the permit to continue the journey of officials of the competent authorities is given orally, by radio or by signs.
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§ 6.09 Overtake General Provisions

1.
The overtaking is only allowed after the overtaking has verified that this maneuver is not
2.
The forward end must facilitate the overtaking, as far as is necessary and possible. If necessary, it must reduce its speed so that the overtaking manoeuvre can be carried out safely and so quickly that the rest of the traffic is not impeded. This does not apply if a small vehicle overtakes a vehicle that is not a small vehicle.
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§ 6.10 Overhauls

1.
If there is no risk of collision, the overtaking backbord or starboard control board must be
2.
During the overtaking operation between two vehicles under sail, the passing-over must in principle pass by the side from which the Ahead of the wind has the wind. This provision shall not apply if a small vehicle is overtaken by another vehicle under sail. If a vehicle is overtaken by a vehicle under sail, the person in front of the vehicle must make it easier to overtake the side of the vehicle from which the overtaking wind has the wind.
3.
If the vehicle is Overtaking is possible without having to change its course or speed, the overtaking does not give a sound sign.
4.
If the overtaking does not take place, the overtaking is not possible. without any change in the course of its course, or if it is to be feared that it has not recognized the intention of the overhaul and that the risk of a collision may arise, the overtaking must be Sound signs:
a)
"two long and two short notes" when it is on the front end of the front end to overtake;
b)
"two long notes and a short sound" if he wants to overtake the starboard driving board.
5.
If the person in advance can respond to the request of the passing person, he/she must leave enough room for the overhaul at the desired page, if necessary by following the request of the person who is passing the page. other side, and give the following sound marks:
a)
"a short sound" when the overtaking Backbord should take place;
b)
"two short notes" when the overtaking to starboard is to take place.
6.
If the overtaking is not possible from the overtaking, but on the other hand, the front end must give the following sound marks:
a)
"a short note" when overtaking backbord is possible;
b)
"two short notes" if the overtaking on starboard is possible.
The overtaking must, if he still wants to overtake under these circumstances, give the following sound marks: " two short Tones "in the case of the letter a or" a short sound " in the case of the letter b.The front end must then leave the overtaking sufficient room on the side at which the overtaking is to take place by, if necessary, after the other side
7.
If overtaking is not possible without the risk of a collision, the forward-moving "five short notes" must be given.
8.
The numbers 4 to 7 do not apply to small vehicles compared to vehicles that are not small vehicles, and not for the overtaking of small vehicles.
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§ 6.11 Prohibition of overtaking by shipping bads

Without prejudice to § 6.08 No. 1, there is
a)
a general overtaking ban on lines whose boundaries are marked by the A.2 table character (Appendix 7) ;
b)
A ban on the overtaking of associations between them on routes whose boundaries are marked by Table A.3 (Appendix 7). This shall not apply if at least one of the federations is a thrust assembly whose length does not exceed 110 m and its width does not exceed 12 m.

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§ 6.12 journey on pre-written course

1.
On lines with prescribed course, this will be done by the panel characters B.1, B.2, B.3 or B.4 (Asset 7). The end of the track can be indicated by the E.11 (Appendix 7) panel.
2.
On such a route, mountain riders are not allowed to ride the riders. , in particular when approaching Table Signs B.4, they must, if necessary, reduce or halt their speed in order to allow the cyclists to end their manoeuvres.
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§ 6.13 Apply

1.
Vehicles may only apply after they have been satisfied that the rest of the traffic does so without danger and other vehicles are not forced, unaveraged their course or to change their speed.
2.
By the intended maneuver, other vehicles are forced to deviate from their course or change their speed. the vehicle that wants to turn, announcing its intention in good time by:
a)
" a long sound and a short sound ", if it wants to turn over starboard,
b)
" a long note and two short notes " if it wants to use backbord.
3.
The other vehicles must then change their speed and course if necessary and possible so that the turning can take place without danger. In particular, they must help to ensure that this maneuver can be carried out in an appropriate time.
4.
The numbers 1 to 3 shall not apply to small vehicles in respect of vehicles which are not small vehicles. For small vehicles only numbers 1 and 3 shall apply.
5.
On lines marked by Table A.8 (Appendix 7), turning shall be prohibited. However, if routes are marked by Table E.8 (Appendix 7), it is recommended that the ship's guide be used there, with this paragraph being observed.
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§ 6.14 departure behavior

For vehicles, other than ferries leaving their berth or anchorage, without turning, § 6.13 applies accordingly; have the following characters instead of the sound signs according to § 6.13 No. 2:
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§ 6.15 Prohibition of moving into the spaces between the parts of a towing association

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§ 6.16 driveway in and exit from ports and side waterways, crossing waterway

1.
Vehicles are allowed to drive into or out of a port or side waterway, or enter the waterway or cross it after making sure that these manoeuvres can be carried out without any risk and without any other vehicles changing their course or speed without any risk . A cyclist who has to turn up to a port or a side-waterway to enter, has a mountain driver, who also wants to go in, to leave the front. Waterways, which are considered as secondary waterways, may be marked by a table sign E.9 or E.10 (Appendix 7).
2.
Vehicles, which are a maneuver according to point 1. Intending to force or force other vehicles to change their course or their speed, their intention must be announced in good time by:
a)
"three long notes and a short sound" if they want to set their course to starboard before driving or after the exit;
b)
"three long notes and two short notes" if they want to set their course to backbord before the driveway or after the exit;
c)
"three long notes" if they want to cross the main waterway after exit.
3.
The Other vehicles must then change their course and speed, if necessary. This shall also apply if the Table sign B.10 (Appendix 7) is situated on the main waterway, at a port mouth or the mouth of a side waterway.
4.
Is a Table marks B.9 (Appendix 7) situated at the exit of a port or a secondary waterway may only enter or cross into the main waterway from the port or the secondary waterway, if that maneuver is the on the main waterway, do not force vehicles to change their course or their speed.
5.
Vehicles may enter a port or a side waterway not enter, if on the main waterway the general prohibition sign A.1 in conjunction with the additional sign according to Appendix 7, Section II. No. 2. Vehicles shall not be allowed to exit from a port or a side waterway where the confluence of the general prohibition sign A.1 in conjunction with the additional sign referred to in Annex 7, Section II. No. 2.
6.
If on the main waterway, the general sign E.1 in conjunction with the additional sign according to Appendix 7, Section II. No. 2 will be shown, vehicles may enter a port or a side waterway, even if this maneuver can force the vehicles driving on the main waterway to change their course or speed. They may be extended if at the mouth of the mouth the sign E.1 in conjunction with the additional sign referred to in Annex 7, Section II. In this case, the main waterway is shown the table sign B.10 (Appendix 7).
7.
The numbers 1 to 3 do not apply to small vehicles Vehicles which are not small vehicles; point 4 shall not apply to vehicles which are not small vehicles, in respect of small vehicles. Points 2 and 3 do not apply to small vehicles.
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§ 6.17 Drive on the same level

1.
Vehicles are allowed to drive at the same height only where the available space without interference or endangerment of the Shipping is permitted.
2.
Except when overtaking or meeting, it is prohibited to drive closer than 50 m to vehicles, thrust or coupling associations on which a red light according to § 3.15 or the red cone in accordance with § 3.32.
3.
Without prejudice to § 1.20, the application or attachment to a vehicle or a floating body in the course of the journey and the driving in the sogwater without the express permission of the ship's guide.
4.
Water skiers and persons performing watersports without a vehicle, must keep the vehicles and floating bodies and floating equipment sufficiently spaced at work.
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§ 6.18 Prohibition of the loop class of anchors, trosses, or chains

1.
is forbidden to grind anchors, trosses or chains.
2.
The prohibition according to point 1 does not apply to small movements on the berths and not to the Maneuvering; however, it shall apply to such movements and to the manoeuvring on routes marked by Table A.6 (Appendix 7) in accordance with Section 7.03 (1) (b).
3.
The ban referred to in point 1 does not apply to routes marked by Table E.6 (Appendix 7) in accordance with § 7.03 No. 2.
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§ 6.19 propensing

1.
The driver class is prohibited. This prohibition does not apply to small movements on lying, loading and unloading points.
2.
Vehicles that turn up to the mountain with the drive machine running in the forward direction. move, do not apply as driving vehicles, but as a mountain driver.
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§ 6.20 Avoidance of wave stroke

1.
Vehicles need to set their speed in such a way that wave impact or sogimpacts, the damage (a) stilting or driving vehicles or installations may be avoided, and in particular:
a)
in front of port estuaries,
b)
in the vicinity of vehicles that are stuck on the shore or at mooring places or loading or erasing,
c)
in the vicinity of vehicles that lay down on the usual berths,
d)
near non-moving ferries,
e)
on by the competent authorities through a character A.9 (Appendixes 7)
reduce their speed in good time, but not under the measure necessary for their safe control.
2.
Opposite Small-scale vehicles do not have the obligation under point 1 (b) and (c); § 1.04 shall remain unaffected.
3.
When driving past vehicles, the lights according to § 3.27 Point 1 (c) or the flag or flags referred to in Article 3.41 (1) (c), or in the case of vehicles, floating bodies or floating installations carrying the lights or the flag or flags pursuant to section 3.48 (1), others must: Vehicles shall reduce their speed, as required in point 1. You also have to keep as wide a distance as possible.
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§ 6.21 Associations

1.
Vehicles with a machine drive that move a bandage must have sufficient Drive power in order to ensure the good maneuverability of the association.
2.
The pusher ship must, without turning up, stop the bandage in time and
3.
Vehicles with a machine drive that towing, pushing, or coupling other vehicles are allowed to do so at the time of the Do not leave or anchorage before the water is exposed and the guide of the association has verified that they are in safety.
4.
Carriers can only be placed at the top of a drawer if anchors are attached to them.
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§ 6.22 Temporary lockdown of shipping

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§ 6.22a Journey on floating devices at work and on fixed or sunken vehicles

It is prohibit the use of vehicles referred to in § 3.27 and 3.41 on the side of the vehicle on which they have the light in accordance with § 3.27 (1) (b) and (d) or the red ball, the red flag or the table sign A.1 in accordance with § 3.41 (1) (b) and (d) and (d) and (2) Point (b).

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§ 6.23 Rules for Ferries

1.
Ferries are allowed to cross the waterway only if they have verified that the Other vehicles are not allowed to travel safely and other vehicles are not forced to change their course or their speed immediately.
2.
For non-free use In addition:
a)
As long as a ferry is not in operation, it must be in the berth , if it is not assigned a berth, it shall be so situated that the water remains free;
b)
the operation of the Longitudinal cable ferries are prohibited;
c)
the ferry must no longer be in the running water when the operation requires it.
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Passing bridges, weirs, and locks

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§ 6.24 Passing bridges and rifles General

1.
Is in a bridge or conscription opening If the water is not sufficiently wide for the simultaneous passage, § 6.07.
2.
Is the passage of a bridge or weir opening allowed and is this opening Marked by:
a)
the A.10 table sign (Appendix 7), the shipping is outside the both panels of this character are prohibited;
b)
the Table symbol D.2 (Appendix 7), is recommended to be found in the two panels of this sign limited space.
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§ 6.25 transit under fixed bridges

1.
Are specific openings of fixed bridges through one or more red lights or red-white-red panels (Character A.1-Appendix 7), it is forbidden to pass through these openings.
2.
Are certain openings of fixed bridges marked by:
a)
the table character D.1a (Appendix 7) or
b)
the table character D.1b (Appendix 7) attached above the bridge is recommended to use these openings, preferably.
Is the opening referred to in point (a) , the passage in both directions is permitted. If it is identified in accordance with point (b), the passage shall be prohibited in the opposite direction. In this case, the opening on the other side is indicated by a sign A.1 (Appendix 7).
3.
Specific openings of fixed bridges are identified in accordance with point 2. Navigation can use the unmarked openings at your own risk.
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§ 6.26 Moving through moving Bridges

1.
Without prejudice to other provisions of these and other applicable regulations to follow the instructions given to them by the bridge supervisor, where appropriate, for the safety and ease of navigation and the acceleration of transit, when approaching a movable bridge and at the time of transit;
2.
When approaching moving bridges, vehicles must reduce their speed. If vehicles cannot or do not want to pass through the bridge, they must stop before the bridge on the shore, if the table sign B.5 (Appendix 7) is installed.
3.
Moving closer to moving bridges is forbidden without special instruction of bridge supervision.
4.
The passage can be controlled by the following signs:
a)
one or more red lights: Prohibition of transit;
b)
a red light and a green light next to each other or a red light above a green light: the passage is still forbidden, but the bridge will open, and the vehicles will have Make preparations for onward journey;
c)
one or more green lights: permission to pass through;
d)
two red lights on top of each other: the operation to open the bridge for the navigation is interrupted;
e)
a yellow light on the bridge, together with the characters referred to in (a) and (d): Prohibition of transit, excluding vehicles of low altitude; the passage is in both directions
f)
two yellow lights on the bridge together with the characters referred to in (a) and (d): Prohibition of transit, except for vehicles of low height; Passage in the opposite direction is forbidden.
5.
The red lights according to point 4 can be replaced by red-white-red panels (A.1-Appendix 7), the green lights by green-white-green panels (symbol E.1-Appendix 7) and the yellow lights are replaced by yellow panels (sign D.1-Appendix 7).
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§ 6.27 Passing of the weirs

1.
In the area of a wehre, it is forbidden, Allow anchors, trosses or chains to be ground.
2.
The passage of a weir opening is only allowed if it is left and right through a general hint E.1
3.
The ban on passing through a weir opening can be indicated by one or more red lights or red-white-red panels (Signs A.1-Appendix 7)
4.
In the case of a weir with weir, the permission to pass through a weir opening can also be done by a weir on the weir above the weir opening. attached table characters D.1 (Appendix 7).
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§ 6.28 lock-through of locks

1.
When approaching the lock ports, the vehicles must reduce their speed. If they cannot or do not want to enter the lock immediately, they must, if the table sign B.5 (Appendix 7) is set up on the shore, stop before it.
2.
In the case of locks and in locks, vehicles equipped with a radio telephone system for the nautical information must monitor the speech path allocated to the lock.
3.
Gender is in the order of arrival at the sluice ports. Small vehicles do not have the right to demand a special lock. They are not allowed to enter the lock chamber until they are requested by the lock inspection. Small vehicles shall not be allowed to enter the lock together with vehicles which are not small vehicles.
4.
On approach to the vehicle, the vehicle shall be moved to the lock. Locks, in particular in sluice ports, shall be prohibited.
5.
In the locks, the anchors must be fully taken up; this also applies in the case of the lock. Lock ports as long as the anchors are not used.
6.
When travelling in locks, vehicles must reduce their speed in such a way that an impact is Lock doors, protection devices, other vehicles, floating bodies or floating systems are avoided.
7.
In the locks
a)
must be a vehicle, if boundaries are marked on the lock walls, within this
b)
vehicles must be fixed during the filling and emptying of the lock chamber and until they are allowed to exit, and the fixing means must be fixed in such a way that the vehicle is not in the same position. shall be used to avoid shocks against sluice walls, lock gates, protective devices or against other vehicles or floating bodies;
c)
are Fender , these must be capable of being floated if they are not permanently connected to the vehicle;
d)
it is forbidden to use water from vehicles or swimming bodies
e)
e)
may, after the vehicle has been arrested, until permission to use the vehicle, to be used for the purposes of the Exit the driving engine only in exceptional cases are used to ensure the safety of the lock.
8.
In locks and Towing ports must be kept at a lateral distance of at least 10 m to a vehicle and to associations which lead the blue light according to § 3.14 or the blue cone according to § 3.32. This does not apply to vehicles and associations that have the same name.
9.
Vehicles and associations which are a red light in accordance with § 3.15 or a red cone according to § 3.33 will lead individually.
10.
Vehicles and associations that lead the blue light according to § 3.14 or the blue cone according to § 3.32 shall not be accompanied by Passenger ships.
11.
The lock inspection system can be used to ensure the safety and ease of traffic, to speed up the passage or to take full advantage of the Give orders that supplement or deviate from this paragraph. The vehicles have to comply with these orders in locks and lock ports.
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§ 6.28a Einfahren in und Exit from locks

1.
The entry into the sluice is carried out by day and by night Visual signs that are mounted on one side or on both sides of the lock. These characters mean:
a)
two red lights on top of each other: driveway forbidden, lock except Operation;
b)
a red light or two red lights side by side: driveway forbidden, lock closed;
c)
the erasing of one of the two red lights side by side or a red and a green light side by side or a red light above a green light: driveway forbidden, opening of the Lock is prepared;
d)
a green light or two green lights side by side: driveway allowed.
2.
The exit from the lock is controlled by the following viewpoints by day and by night:
a)
a red light or two red lights: exit banned;
b)
a green light or two green light Lights: Exit allowed.
3.
Rote lights according to points 1 and 2 can be replaced by a panel character A.1 (Appendix 7). Green lights according to points 1 and 2 can be replaced by a table sign E.1 (Appendix 7).
4.
If the light and panel characters are out of service, one-and Exit without special arrangement of the lock supervision prohibited.
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§ 6.29 precedence over the lock

§ 6.28 no. 3 shall take precedence over the lock:
a)
Vehicles of the competent authorities of the fire brigade, the police or customs administration who are on the road in the exercise of urgent service duties;
b)
vehicles with the permission of the competent authorities and the red Wimpel according to § 3.36.
Such vehicles are to be sewn to the floodgates, or if they are to be kept silent, the other vehicles must, as far as possible, facilitate their passage.

Section VI.
Restricted visibility, radar navigation

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§ 6.30 General rules for travel on restricted Visibility ratios

1.
For limited visibility, all vehicles must be in the visibility conditions are driving at a safe speed. They must be equipped with a telephone system for ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore transport, which must be in a proper operating condition and must comply with the requirements of the competent authorities. It is an outcast to be set up on the front ship, but only on the first vehicle in the case of associations. It must be located in the sight or auditory width of the ship's guide or the leader of the association, or be connected to it by means of a speech connection. The vehicles must give the sound signs in accordance with § § 6.32 and 6.33 and carry out the prescribed night designation of the vehicles.
2.
Vehicles must stop, as soon as they are no longer able to continue without danger, in view of the limited visibility, the rest of the traffic and the local circumstances. Towed dressings shall stop at the nearest appropriate point if an agreement is no longer possible between the towed vehicles and the machine-driven vehicle at the top of the bandage.
3.
Vehicles that use radar may take the radar location into account when deciding to set or continue the journey, and when dimensioning the speed of the ride. You must, however, take into account the reduced view of the other vehicles.
4.
When stopping, the water is free to go as much as possible.
5.
During the journey with limited visibility, the vehicles equipped with a public-service facility for the ship-ship must be equipped with the channel 16 (in the area of of the Federal Republic of Germany: Channel 10). The Channel 10 *) is to be used for the transport price of the ship. They have to provide other vehicles with the information necessary for the safety of shipping.
6.
Vehicles that continue the journey must be able to cope with the journey. keep far right, as is required for a pre-travel on the back board. § 6.04 No. 3 to 5 and § 6.05, except for the number 5, which relates to a sequence of short notes, do not apply with limited visibility.
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§ 6.31 Sound signs when style

1.
Vehicles and floating bodies that in the waters or in the vicinity of which they are located outside the ports or the recumbering sites designated by the competent authorities, shall be subject to limited visibility as soon as and as long as they are one of those referred to in Article 6.32 (4) (a) and (5) (5) (a) a or to hear the sound signs of an approaching vehicle as prescribed in § 6.33 No. 2, give the following sound marks:
a)
"a set of bell blows" when they are on the left side of the running water;
b)
" two Groups of bell-blows "when they are lying on the right side of the running water;
c)
" three groups of bells " if their location is indeterminate is.
2.
Sound signs must be repeated at intervals of one minute.
3.
The numbers 1 and 2 do not apply to pushed vehicles in a wheelset. In the case of coupling associations, they are valid only for one of the vehicles of the association. In the case of a trawl, points 1 and 2 shall apply to the tractor and to the last appendix.
4.
This paragraph shall also apply to vehicles used in the water or in the waters of the vehicle. Proximity fixed and other vehicles may endanger.
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§ 6.32 Provisions for radar drivers

1.
As a radar driver, a vehicle equipped with the following devices is applicable to the ride used in restricted visibility:
a)
a radar device and a device to display the Turning speed; the equipment must be in perfect operating condition and comply with the rules of the competent authorities;
b)
a speech-based sound system for the transport journey by ship-ship and ship-land in accordance with Section 6.30 (1); this installation must be in good operating condition and comply with the requirements of the competent authorities;
c)
a device to deliver the three-tone character in accordance with § 1.01 No. 24.
2.
Use a vehicle Radar equipment for a journey that would be impossible without radar must be permanently in the control house a person who is well familiar with the use of radar in shipping and a second person who is sufficiently familiar with this type of shipping. If the wheelhouse is equipped with a one-man radar control stand, it is sufficient if, if necessary, the second person can be summoned immediately to the tax base.
3.
Radar drivers are exempt from the obligation to set up an exhaust according to § 6.30 No. 1, provided that the ship's guide is able to record the sound signals
4.
As soon as a radar driver in the descent on the radar screen notices vehicles whose location or course could lead to a danger, or if it is approaching a track where vehicles that are not yet on the radar screen could be located, it has to be
a)
give the three-tone character that is repeated as often as necessary; this does not apply to small cars;
b)
all other measures required according to the good shipping practice (for example, reduce speed, keep the water side, if necessary,
5.
As soon as a radar driver in the mountain ride hears the sound signs according to point 4 (a) or notices vehicles on the radar screen, the location or course could cause a risk, or if it approaches a distance in which vehicles that are not yet to be seen on the radar screen could be located, it must be
a)
deliver the sound characters prescribed in § 6.33 No. 2 and the Talfahrern via voice radio The vehicle type, its name, its location, its direction of travel and the side of the route;
b)
all others according to the good shipping practice Take the necessary measures (for example, reduce speed, hold the water side, stop if necessary).
6.
Radar driver in the valley will have to reply to the mountain drivers via voice radio and communicate their vehicle type, name, location and direction of travel, and confirm the proposed site of the journey or request another page. Small vehicles must communicate their type of vehicle, their name, location and direction of travel, and indicate the side they are using.
7.
Radar drivers are allowed to only after they have agreed on the radio, on which side the overtaking is to take place, and only if the running water is sufficiently wide.
8.
Associations shall be numbered 2 and 4 to 7 for the vehicle on which the leader of the association is located.
9.
Radar drivers that are on the radar screen vehicles , the location or course of which could lead to a danger and which do not respond via voice radio, must take timely action to prevent a collision.
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§ 6.33 Provisions for vehicles that are not radar drivers

1.
Vehicles, which are not radar drivers in limited visibility conditions, must have a look-out in accordance with § 6.30 and be equipped with a speech funder.
2.
Single-moving vehicles must be "a long sound" and vehicles in restricted visibility conditions where the leader of an association is located, give "two long notes"; the sound signs must be repeated at least once in the minute.
3.
Small vehicles that are not radar drivers, the sound symbol can be given in accordance with point 2; this symbol can be repeated.
4.
Vehicles that do not have a limited visibility Radar drivers must be, as soon as they hear the three-tone character in accordance with § 6.32 N ° 4 (a):
a)
if they are are located in the vicinity of a shore: stay on this shore and stop there if necessary until the end of the journey of the other vehicle;
b)
if it is are located in the running water, especially if they change from one bank to another: to free the running water as far and as quickly as possible.
5.
Vehicles that are not radars must, as soon as they hear the fog sign according to the number 2 of another vehicle apparently ahead, their speed on the Reduce the degree of safe control of your system and use it with extreme caution, or if necessary stop or turn it up.

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Special Rules

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§ 6.35 Water skillet and similar activities

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Water Skiing or the exercise of similar activities is permitted only by day and with clear view. The competent authorities shall determine the areas in which such activities are permitted or prohibited.
2.
The guide of the vehicle that draws the water-skiler shall be required to: accompanied by a person who is responsible for the supervision of the towing process and the water skier and who is able to carry out this task.
3.
If they do not drive in a waterway which is reserved exclusively for them, moving vehicles and water skiers must comply with a sufficient distance from other vehicles, to the shore and to bathers.
4.
The towing rope must not be dragged away.
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§ 6.37 Behavior of sports divers

Sports diving without permission is prohibited in places where shipping is could be hampered, in particular:
a)
on the usual driving route of vehicles, which are the signs according to § § 3.16 and 3.34 lead,
b)
before harbor entrance,
c)
in the vicinity of Reclining places,
d)
in areas reserved for water skiing or similar activities.

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§ 7.01 General principles for styling

1.
Without prejudice to other provisions of this regulation, the vehicles and the floating bodies must be Choose a berth so close to the shore as to allow your draught and the local conditions; they must not obstruct shipping.
2.
Without prejudice to the On a case-by-case basis by the competent authorities, the berth for a floating installation must be chosen so that the water for the navigation remains free.
3.
Stylish vehicles, vehicle combinations and floating bodies, as well as floating installations must be sufficiently anchored or fixed in such a way as to ensure that they are Water level fluctuations can follow, do not present a danger, and do not hinder the rest of the shipping, taking into account the flow, wind, wave impact and suction effects.
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§ 7.02 Style Lens

1.
Vehicles, Swimming Body and Floating Assets must not be silent
a)
on sections of the waterway for which there is a general style-style ban;
b)
on
c)
on routes marked by Table A.5 (Appendix 7), on the side of the waterway, on which the Table characters;
d)
under bridges and high-voltage lines;
e)
in the range of Waterways according to § 6.07 as well as in the range of distances that would be due to the decommissioning of the waterways;
f)
at the mouths of side-water roads;
g)
in the timeframe of ferries;
h)
in the course, the vehicles when they are applied to landing places or when they are being applied ;
i)
to inflection points marked by table sign E.8 (Appendix 7);
j)
next to a vehicle that will lead the character according to § 3.47, within the distance specified on the triangular white board in meters;
k)
on water surfaces marked by the A.5.1 (Appendix 7) table character, and the width of which, measured by the character, is indicated in meters
2.
On sections where the style referred to in point 1 (a) to (d) is prohibited, vehicles, floating bodies, and floating installations shall be restricted to recumbings only, which shall: is indicated by one of the table symbols E.5 to E.7 (Appendix 7). § § 7.03 to 7.06 must be adhered to.
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§ 7.03 anchors

1.
Vehicles, floating bodies, and floating assets must not be anchorage:
a)
on sections of the waterway for which there is a general anchor ban;
b)
on tracks marked by Table A.6 (Appendix 7), on the side of the waterway where the character is
2.
On sections where the anchorage under point 1 (a) is prohibited, vehicles, floating bodies, and floating installations may only anchor on lines that are marked by the panel character E.6 (Appendix 7), and only on the side of the waterway where the character is standing.
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§ 7.04 Fix

1.
Vehicles, floating bodies and floating systems must not be fixed on the shore:
a)
on sections of the waterway for which there is a general Festmacheverbot;
b)
on tracks marked by Table A.7 (Appendix 7), on the side of the waterway where the character is
2.
On sections on which the mooring is prohibited on the shore of point 1 (a), vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations may only be fixed on routes that are The sign E.7 (Appendix 7) is marked, and only on the side of the waterway where the sign is standing.
3.
Trees, railings, piles, border stones, pillars, Metal conductors, handrails and similar items must not be used to make or to be collected.
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§ 7.05 Berths

1.
On berths, marked by Table E.5 (Appendix 7), Vehicles and floating bodies shall be left standing only on the side of the waterway on which the sign is standing;
2.
On berths which are indicated by the table symbol E.5.1 (annex) 7), vehicles and floating bodies may only lie on the surface of the water, the width of which shall be measured by the sign indicated in metres above.
3.
On berths, marked by the E.5.2 table sign (Appendix 7), vehicles and floating bodies may only lie on the surface of the water that is separated by the two distances , as measured by the character on the meter in meters.
4.
On berths marked by the sign E.5.3, may be limited to the following table. The side of the waterway on which the sign stands, no more vehicles and floats are left standing next to each other than indicated on the sign in Roman numerals.
5.
On berths, if no other regulations apply, vehicles must be on the side of the waterway on which the tabular sign stands and side by side along the shore
6.
In addition to the emblem, a berth may be marked by the following floating signs:
a)
on the right side of the running water by lightoners A.5 (Appendix 8);
b)
on the left side of the running water by lightoners A.6 (Appendix 8).
These floating signs separate the water from the berths.
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§ 7.06 Loungers for certain types of vehicles

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§ 7.07 Stellies close to vehicles, thrust and coupling associations that carry certain dangerous goods

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Between vehicles, pushing or coupling associations, the following minimum distances are available when the style is comply with:
a)
10 meters when one of them carries flammable goods;
b)
50 meters when one of them carries poisonous goods;
c)
100 meters, if any of them explosive goods transported.
2.
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§ 7.08 Guard and Supervision

1.
On-board vehicles that are silent in the driveway must be constantly on an operational guard.
2.
All other stylish vehicles must be under the supervision of a person who is in charge of the local circumstances or require the competent authorities to do so. The situation is to intervene immediately if necessary.
3.
On-board vehicles which carry the signs in accordance with § § 3.14 and 3.32 must constantly be to be able to use an operational guard. Vehicles without crew carrying the signs in accordance with § § 3.14 and 3.32 shall be allowed to lie in port basins and on berths where supervision is ensured.

Second part
Special provisions for the German part of the Danube

Chapter 8
Special arrangements for individual provisions of the First Part

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§ 8.01 Definitions (§ 1.01)

1.
By way of derogation from § 1.01 No. 2, vehicles with a mechanical auxiliary drive are valid only for small locational changes (for example in ports or at transshipment points) or for increasing the number of vehicles. the control capacity of the vehicles in an association is used as a vehicle without a machine drive.
2.
Without prejudice to the provision of § 1.01 No. 29, the following shall apply to: Bundeswasserstraße Donau as
a)
"Fahrwasser": at the respective water level and according to the local Part of the waterway which can be used by the continuous vessel traffic;
b)
"Driving trough": the part of the running water in which for the continuous shipping traffic there are certain latitudes and depths whose preservation is sought.
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§ 8.02 obligations of the Crew and other persons on board (§ 1.03)

By way of derogation from Section 1.03 (2), members of the crew and other persons on board who temporarily determine the course and speed of the vehicle are also on board, in so far as they are responsible for the Compliance with this Regulation and the orders issued in the context of sections 1.22 and 8.05. Non-official table of contents

§ 8.02a Obligations of crew and other persons on board (§ § 1.02 and 1.03)

1.
Without prejudice to the provisions of § 1.02, the ship's guide must not be overtired, impact on alcohol, drugs, drugs or any other reason. At a blood alcohol concentration of 0.8 or more per mille or an amount of alcohol in the body that leads to such a concentration of blood alcohol, it is the ship's guide forbidden to carry the vehicle.
2.
Without prejudice to the provisions of § 1.03, the members of the service crew and other persons on board shall be allowed to: temporarily independently determine the course and speed of the vehicle, not by fatigue, exposure to alcohol, drugs, drugs or for any other reason. At a blood alcohol concentration of 0.8 or more Promille or an amount of alcohol in the body leading to such a concentration of blood alcohol, it is forbidden to determine the course and speed of the vehicle to the persons mentioned in sentence 1.
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§ 8.03 Occupation of the rudder (§ 1.09)

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§ 8.04 ship surfers (§ 1.10)

1.
In national traffic, the ship's customers referred to in § 1.10 No. 1 (a), (b) and (d) must be on board the vehicles, on board the small vehicles, also the ID of the ship the official mark. The ship's diary within the meaning of § 1.10 No. 1 (d) is also the board or travel book.
2.
In addition, the certificates and accompanying documents must be provided for the Transport of certain dangerous goods, in particular the transport document issued by the shipper, the written instructions to be provided by the shipper for all dangerous goods on board, the imprint of Appendix B to Appendix 1 (ADNR) of the ship for dangerous goods, the certificate of registration of the vessel according to the ADNR, on board. Article 2 (2) of the Regulation of 7 April 1992 (BGBl. I p. 860) remains unaffected.
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§ 8.05 Order of temporary nature (§ 1.22)

By way of derogation from § 1.22, the competent authority of this Regulation shall, on an experimental basis or until the amendment of this Regulation, temporarily take up to a period of not more than three years. Imprints of these Regulations and of the Regulation in accordance with § 1.11 shall be carried on board, with the exception of small vehicles, in the form of a valid version. Non-official table of contents

§ 8.06 Vehicle number of vehicles, excluding small vehicles (§ 2.01)

1.
By way of derogation from § 2.01 No. 1 letter a, for vehicles without machine drive, the name can also be is not visible from the rear.
2.
By way of derogation from § 2.01 No. 6, domestic vehicles do not have to lead their national flag. Other flags may not be held in their place.
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§ 8.07 Depth Gauge (§ 2.04)

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§ 8.08 Night designation of small vehicles in travel (§ 3.13)

1.
§ 3.13 No. 2 does not apply to single-moving small-scale vehicles with a machine drive, with the exception of the boats, With a length of less than 7 m, if they can drive faster than 10 km/h (travel through the water).
2.
By way of derogation from point 1 and § 3.13, small vehicles can be used. Also the lights prescribed in accordance with § 3.13 of the inland waterway order in a valid version.
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§ 8.08a designation and driving rules of multi-purpose vehicles of the Bundeswehr

1.
The multi-purpose vehicles of the Bundeswehr perform during the ride at night the lights according to § 3.08 No. 1 and about 1 m above the Topplichtes additionally a visible from all sides yellow ordinary light or a yellow light, visible from all sides, which must be switched on at night and during the day.
2.
The vehicles after In principle, number 1 behave like small vehicles during the journey. § 6.02 is to be applied.
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§ 8.09 Additional designation for the transport of dangerous goods

By way of derogation from § § § § § § § § § § § § 3.14, 3.15, 3.21, 3.22, 3.32, 3.33, 3.37 and 3.38 vehicles may also be used for the transport of dangerous goods on the Danube from km 2414.60 to km 2223.20 according to § § 3.14, 3.21, 3.32 and 3.37 of the inland waterways order in each of the applicable Recording required additional lights and cones. Vehicles carrying or having transported flammable liquid substances in category K3 must also, in this case, lead to a blue cone or blue light. Vehicles which have to carry two blue cones or two blue lights in accordance with the provisions referred to in the first sentence must also carry them on the route referred to therein. Non-official table of contents

§ 8.10 Night designation of the vehicles when they are still in style (§ 3.20)

§ 3.20 no. 4 applies also to
a)
Vehicles that are fixed to a floating facility and adequately lit by this floating system
b)
Small vehicles that are fixed in a width at a floating installation,
c)
Vehicles with the permission of the competent authority.
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§ 8.11 Overnight name of the floating body (§ 3.25)

§ 3.25 does not apply to floating bodies, which are
a)
to a collection of vehicles or to an association if the vehicle on the side of the road leads to the light according to § 3.20 No. 1,
b)
less than 5 m into the waterway.
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§ 8.12 Designation of fire-extinguishing vehicles (§ 3.45)

§ 3.45 (b) shall also apply to fire-extinguishing vehicles which are travelling for assistance purposes. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 8.13 Forbidden Sound signs (§ 4.03)

By way of derogation from § 4.03 No. 2, sound signs may be used to communicate between The vehicle and land in the area of closed villages on the waterway are not given. Non-official table of contents

§ 8.14 guard and oversight (§ 7.08)

1.
On vehicles that are located outside of the driveway or are fixed on the shore, an operational guard must be permanently present when
a)
passengers on board are on board,
b)
they carry explosive and other goods after installation 10 or radioactive goods,
c)
they leak
By way of derogation from Section 7.08 (2), all other stilted vehicles must be under the supervision of a person who is in a position to intervene immediately if necessary, unless the local circumstances do not require this or allowing the competent authority to make an exception. Such a person, who is to be ordered by the ship's guide or ship owner, may be responsible for several vehicles. The rates 2 and 3 shall apply to floating bodies and floating installations.
2.
A guard according to point 1 or § 7.08 may take over the guard for several vehicles, if these lie side by side and a transition from one to the other is possible.
3.
No 3 shall not apply if the competent authority permits an exception or if the local conditions do not require supervision.
4.
Is a guard or oversight ordered for stilted vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations; This replaces the ship's guide (§ 1.02).
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§ 8.15 Bleib-weg-Signal

1.
Vehicles must be used in incidents or accidents that result in a free movement of the may cause dangerous goods under Annex 9 or 10, trigger the lead-away signal if the crew is not in a position to prevent the hazards arising from the free movement of persons or the shipping industry. This shall not apply to sliders and other vehicles without machine drive. However, if they belong to an association, the lead-away signal must be given by the vehicle on which the leader of the association is located.
2.
Lead-away signal consists of a sound and light sign. The acoustic sign consists of the alternating repetition of a short and a long tone, which lasts at least 15 minutes. At the same time as the sound symbol, the light sign must be given in accordance with § 4.01 No. 2. After triggering, the lead-off signal must be carried out automatically; the trigger must be such that it cannot be inadvertently actuated.
3.
Vehicles which the lead-away signal must take all measures to avert the imminent danger. In particular, they must,
a)
if they drive towards the danger zone, move in as far as possible Hold and, if necessary, turn away from it;
b)
if they have already passed the danger zone, as soon as possible
4.
The following measures are to be taken immediately on the vehicles referred to in point 3:
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All windows and outward-leading openings are to be closed
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All unprotected fire and lights are to be deleted
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smoking is setting,
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to shut down auxiliary machines that are not required to operate
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in general, any sparking is to be avoided.
If the vehicle is held to hold, all engines and auxiliary machines still in operation are to be shut down or are no current
5.
No 4 applies to vehicles that are close to the danger zone as soon as they perceive the lead-away signal; if necessary, the vehicle is to be
6.
In the execution of the measures according to points 3 to 5, flow and wind direction must be taken into account.
7.
The measures according to numbers 3 to 6 are to be taken on the vehicles even if the lead-path signal is triggered on the shore.
8.
The ship's guides who perceive the lead-away signal must report this to the competent authority immediately.

Chapter 9
Compilation of vehicles

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§ 9.01 Dimensions of vehicles

Single-moving vehicles may be used Do not exceed the following dimensions on the following routes:
Stretch Length Section Length Widthmm
1Kräutelstein Railway Bridge (km 2223.30)-Vilshofen (km 2249,00) 110,00/120 ,00 1 *)22.80
2Vilshofen (km 2249.00)-Main-Donau-Kanal (km 2411,60)110,00 11, 40
3Main-Danube Channel (km 2411,60)-Kelheim (km 2414,72)55,00 11, 40
1 *)
For vehicles, their keel before 1.
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§ 9.02 Dimensions of the drawers 'associations

Drawers' associations may be placed on the following page: Do not exceed the following dimensions:
a)
in mountain travel:

Stretch Length Section Length widthmm
1 Railway bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223.30)-Vilshofen (km 2249,00)185,0022,80
2.1Vilshofen (km 2249,00)-Oberwasser Schleuse Straubing (km 2325,50)110,00 22, 80
2.2or185.00 11, 40
2.3at water levels of 350 cm and more at the Hofkirchen level185,00 22, 80
3Oberwasser Schleuse Straubing (km 2325,50)- 110, 0022,80
Oberwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2355.00)
4Oberwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2355,00)- 185, 0022,80
Regensburg Railway bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376.80)
5Regensburg railroad bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) -185,0011,40
Main-Danube Canal (km) 2411,60)
6Main-Danube Channel (km 2411,60)- 55, 0011.40
Kelheim (km 2414.72)
b)
in the Talride:

Stretch Length Section Length widthmm
1 Kelheim (km 2414,72)-Main-Donau-Kanal (km 2411,60)55,0011,40
2Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) -Regensburg Railway Bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376,80)185,00 11, 40
3Regensburg Railway Bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376.80)-Oberwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2355,00) 185, 0022,80
4Oberwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2355,00)-Oberwasser Schleuse Straubing (km 2325,50)110,0011,40
5 Oberwasser Schleuse Straubing (km 2325,50)-Vilshofen (km 2249,00)110,0022,80
6Vilshofen (km 2249,00)-railroad bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223.30)185,00 22, 80
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§ 9.03 Dimensions of the coupling associations

coupling associations may apply to the following Do not exceed the following dimensions:
Stretch Length Section Length widthmm
1railroad bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223.30)-Vilshofen (km 2249,00)110,00 34, 20
2Vilshofen (km 2249,00)-Oberwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2355,00) 110, 0022,80
3Oberwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2355.00)-Regensburg Railway Bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376.80)110,0034,20
4Regensburg Railway bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376.80)-Main-Donau-Kanal (km 2411,60)110,0011,40
5 Main-Donau-Kanal (km 2411,60) -Kehlheim (km 2414,72)55,0011,40
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§ 9.04 Compilation of trawl associations

Trawl associations may follow the following routes: Do not exceed dimensions and groupings:
a)
in mountain travel:

number of sections of the vehicle, which is coupled to the towing vehicle, the number of vehicles in the appendix hauled rows of vehicle widthm
1railroad bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223.30)-Vilshofen (km 2249,00) 1422,80
2.1Vilshofen (km 2249,00) -Oberwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2355,00)-511,40
2.2or1122.80
2.3or-2 22, 80
3Oberwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2355.00)-Regensburg Railway bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376.80) 1422,80
4Regensburg Railway bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376.80)-Main-Donau-Kanal (km 2411,60)1211,40
5Main-Donau-Kanal (km 2411,60)-Kelheim (km 2414,72)1 11, 40
b)
in descent:

Number of sections of the number of vehicles, coupled to the towing vehicle, of the number of vehicles in the vehicle Annex towed rows of vehicle widthm
1Kelheim (km 2414,72)-Main-Donau-Kanal (km 2411,60)-111.40
2Main-Danube Channel (km) 2411,60)-Regensburg Railway bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376,80)-122,80
3.1Regensburg Railway Bridge Schwabelweis (km 2376,80)-Unterwasser Schleuse Geisling (km 2353.80)1 130,00
3.2or 1222,80
4Underwater lock Geisling (km 2353.80)-Underwater Schleuse Straubing (km 2321.40)1122,80
5.1Underwater Schleuse Straubing (km 2321,40)-railroad bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223.30)1 130,00
5.2or Vilshofen (km 2249,00)-Underwater Schleuse Kachlet (km 2230.30)1222.80
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§ 9.05 Exceptions

The competent authority may grant exemptions from § § 9.01 to 9.04 if the safety and lightness of the ship does not at risk.

Chapter 10
Additional provisions

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§ 10.01 Highest shipping water levels

1.
The water level has the highest shipping water level (HSW) has been reached or exceeded, shipping, including translation, shall be stopped. The tallest water levels and the sections for which they apply are listed in the list below:
Level Water Level Section
Oberndorf480Kehlheim-Schleuse Regensburg
Regensburg-Schwabelweis520Schleuse Regensburg-Schleuse Geisling
Straubing505Geisling-Straubing
Pfelling 620Straubing-Deggendorf
Hofkirchen480 Deggendorf-Schalding
Passau-Donau780formwork-Jochenstein
2.
The competent authority can allow 1 set of 1 exceptions when security and lightness
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§ 10.02 speech radio

1.
Vehicles with machine drive, floating devices, and free-running ferries must be equipped with a Ship's radio station for the transport journey
-nautical informationChannel 18 (156,900 MHz/161,500 MHz)
Channel 20 (157,000 MHz/161, 600 MHz)
Channel 22 (157,100 MHz/161, 700 MHz)
-Ship-ShipChannel 10 (156,500 MHz)
be equipped.
2.
Number 1 and § 6.30 No. 1 sentence 2 do not apply to small vehicles.
3.
The number 1 in number 1 Ships ' radio stations may only be used in accordance with the Inland Waterway Communication ordinance of 22. February 1980 (BGBl. 169), as last amended by the Regulation of 6. November 1996 (BGBl. 1683), as amended.
4.
Vehicles with machine drive in motion as well as floating equipment and free-running ferries during the period of Operations must be constantly on channel 10 in the traffic circle ship-ship. For the transmission of messages on other channels, they are allowed to leave channel 10 in the short term. By way of derogation from the first sentence, in the lock areas, the channel of the respective lock operating point must be switched on.
5.
The competent authority may be 1, 3. and 4 exceptions, if the safety and ease of navigation are not endangered by this.
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§ 10.03 Fixed vehicles

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§ 10.04 Hold of tallow towing federations

1.
Told towing dressings must be turned on before stopping.
2.
Number 1 does not apply to stopping in emergencies, waiting for smuggling, as well as lock canals, floodgates, locks and harbours.
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§ 10.05 Draw Associations

1.
A thrust body must not carry out any towing activity.
2.
Number 1 does not apply to drawers, their Length 110,00 m and width not exceeding 11.40 m, and if the pushing vehicle is permitted for towing.
3.
A thrust combination with one or more Vehicles in the Annex form a towing association within the meaning of § 1.01 No. 12. In this case, the drawer is considered to be a vehicle with a machine drive at the top of a towing association.
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§ 10.06 Drawers associations that carry other vehicles as a thrust guide

1.
A thrust dressing may be Vehicles not in the form of a thrust rod are coupled only on the longitudinal side and only carry them if it consists of the thrust vessel and one or more thrust conductors in a line one after the other.
2.
Drawers that have thrust devices on the bow and at the rear apply to the application of the provisions contained in paragraph 1 as a school-leadeer. Push-pull taps, which only have push-pull devices at the rear, may only be moved in a line with the pushing vehicle if they are at the top of the association.
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§ 10.07 Local changes of Schubleichtern and other vehicles without a rudder system

Outside a wheelset, it is not possible to use the sliders and other vehicles without any need for a wheelset. Rudder system is only moved forward
a)
longitudinally coupled to a vehicle with Machine drive;
b)
longitudinally coupled to one or more vehicles with one, for all vehicles towed in the same row, sufficient Tax.
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§ 10.08 Local changes of vehicles with rudder system

vehicles that do not have a In the case of dressings, they are only allowed to be carried in associations in such a way that their bow points to the tip of the dressing. This does not apply to small local changes (for example, in ports or to transshipment points).

Chapter 11
Protective ports (§ 1.25)

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§ 11.01 Scope

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§ 11.02 Use of the ports of protection

1.
In the Deggendorf harbour, the area
a)
above km 2284.30 only federal and state vehicles,
b)
below km 2284.30 only commercial shipping vehicles
. By way of derogation, in the period of 1. March 31, 2016 October, the water area of km 2284.30 to km 2284.03 in a series of 20 m in front of the left bank of the harbour use only small vehicles. Vehicles carrying dangerous goods may only enter the port with the prior permission of the competent authority.
2.
The protective harbor Passau-Lindau may only be used for Use vehicles carrying flammable liquids.
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§ 11.03 Port aufseher

If the competent authority is for the ports of refuseport, they shall carry out the duties assigned to the competent authority. Non-official table of contents

§ 11.04 Registration and logout, assignment of berths

1.
The ship's drivers must have their vehicles presented after the ship's certificates and loading documents Log in without delay to the competent authority or port and sign off before the exit.
2.
The competent authority or the port supervisory authority can do so. Assign berths to vehicles. At the request of the competent authority or port supervisory authority, the vehicles must be collected from an assigned berth to another.
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§ 11.05 Supervision

The supervision in accordance with § 8.14 (3) must be named to the competent authority or to the port supervisor. Non-official table of contents

§ 11.06 anchors

In the protective ports, only in emergencies can be anchored. The looping of anchors is allowed. Non-official table of contents

§ 11.07 Port entrance

In the port entrance, vehicles may only be used with the permission of the competent authority or the Harbor reputation lie. A vehicle may only enter the port entrance when an out-of-road vehicle has passed through. Non-official table of contents

§ 11.08 Display obligation

Incidents that endanger the safety and ease of shipping in the port of protection shall be notified without delay to the competent authority or to the port authorities. Non-official table of contents

§ 11.09 precautions for danger

It is necessary to ensure that vehicles carrying dangerous goods are The fire extinguishers can be used on board and the fire extinguishers can be used on board. Non-official table of contents

§ 11.10 tankers

Also, the hatches of type V tankers must not be allowed to hatch in the shelters during the deck. will be open. Non-official table of contents

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§ 11.12 ice

1.
The ship's leaders must keep at least one large enough spot in the immediate vicinity of their vehicle for fire extinguishing purposes.
2.
The competent authority or the port operator can instruct the ship's guides to carry out the necessary work to ensure that the vehicles are free of ice against ice pressure
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§ 11.13 Exceptions

The competent authority or port supervisory authority may grant exemptions from the provisions Allow this section if the safety and ease of navigation are not endangered by this.

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Small vehicles

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§ 12.01 Waste Water Beam

1.
Small vehicles that are equipped with a drive machine, the waste water (for example, water surfaces behind parallel plants or dams) must not be driven. This shall not apply to vehicles used for the pursuit of a professional fishing or hunting grounds.
2.
No 1 sentence 1 shall not apply to access and departures from: Reclining sites approved by the competent authority.

Chapter 13
Special driving and reclining regulations for individual sections of the German part of the Danube

Section I.
Drive in the Bad Abbach to Geisling and Kachlet

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§ 13.01 Gereapplies encounter

For the encounter on the route
a)
between The mouth of the Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) and the Oberwasser der Schleuse Geisling (km 2355,00);
b)
between Vilshofen (km 2249,00) and Schalding (km) 2234.50)
, the following rules apply:
1.
By way of derogation from § 6.04, the mountain drivers and the Cyclists at the meeting place their course so far according to the starboard, that the route can take place without danger of backbord on the back bord.
2.
The mountain riders can require that, in accordance with the rules laid down in § 6.04 of the tax board, a tax board should take place if they travel to a secondary waterway, a port, a loading and unloading station, a landing bridge or a berth on the rake shore, from one of the following: On the right bank, you will be able to take off a cargo, loess, docking or reclining location, or to drive out of a side waterway or a port on the right bank. This shall only apply if they have previously been satisfied that their desire can be met without danger.
3.
Number 2 shall apply accordingly to drivers who are one of the following:
4.
Drivers who make use of the option according to point 3 must be in good time.
4.
Talier "two short notes" and also the visible signs according to § 6.04 No. 3. The mountain drivers must comply with the demand of the riders and confirm this by giving "two short notes" and the sight in accordance with § 6.04 No. 3. If it is to be feared that the intentions of the cyclists have not been understood by the mountain drivers, the skiers will have to repeat the sound signs after the first sentence.
5.
§ 6.05 is not applicable.

Section II.
Additional provisions for the German-Austrian border line (km 2223.20 to km 2201.77)

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§ 13.02 Small vehicles and certain water sports equipment

The use of sailing surfboards, water motorcycles or similar small vehicles, as well as Floating bodies are prohibited in the German-Austrian border line (km 2223.20 to km 2201.77). The competent authority can allow exceptions.

Section III.
Drive through the locks

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§ 13.03 General

As a lock area,
1.
for the Bad Abbach lock: the lock as well as the upper and lower lock ports (km 2397.70 to km 2396.60),
2.
for the Schleuse Regensburg: the distance between the Oberpfalzbrücke (km 2380,20) and the rain estuary (km 2379.20),
3.
for the sluices Geisling to Jochenstein: the distance between the pre-signalling systems (§ 13.07).
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§ 13.04 Vehicles Dimensions

1.
The vehicles and federations to be sluggled are allowed to
a)
at the Schleusen Bad Abbach and Regensburg at most 185 m long and 11.40 m wide,
b)
at the locks Geisling to Jochenstein at a maximum of 230 m long and 22.80 m wide
.
2.
The vehicles must not dive deeper than 2.80 m. Vehicles wishing to pass through the lock Kachlet with a diving depth of more than 2.50 m require prior permission from the lock inspection if the water level at the Passau-Danube level is less than 400 cm.
3.
Vehicles and federations whose dimensions exceed the dimensions mentioned in point 1 need to be smugled by the prior permission of the competent authority.
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§ 13.05 Behavior in Lock Area

1.
Vehicles may only be located before and after the lock in the lock area if
a)
this is required for nautical reasons, or
b)
the lock supervisor gives permission to do so
§ 13.11 (lying area Heining-km 2232,40 to 2231.60, right bank) remains unaffected.
2.
During the passage through the lock, the cover team must of the vehicle shall be on deck unless it has to go to land for the discharge of the trosses. The rowing house of vehicles with a machine drive must be occupied for the duration of the lock.
3.
The vehicles must move into the lock chamber so far and that the following vehicles are not obstructed during the driveway and in the utilization of the lock chamber.
4.
The lock inspection is over Voice radio announcment that the vehicle or the bandage is ready for smuggling. Vehicles that cannot report via voice radio must indicate their readiness to lock by accusation.
5.
It is forbidden,
a)
unauthorized use of the lock's operating facilities,
b)
Untampering the lock system.
6.
Associations must have their units if necessary, regroup in time for the smuggling. After the sluice, the valley-moving associations may only be put together in the lower sluice port; they may apply for this purpose on both banks of the lower sluice in the lower lock. After the lock, mountain-moving associations may only be re-assembled after the exit from the upper port of sluice.
7.
The arms and power plant arms may only be used up to the straight line between the prohibitions A.1 (Appendix 7) placed on the opposite shores. In the case of public service vehicles, power stations and fishing vessels, the competent authority may grant exemptions.
8.
passenger ships with Passengers on board and vehicles showing the blue light at night according to § 3.21 or by day the blue cone according to § 3.37 shall not be allowed to lie side-by-side during the sluice.
9.
In the lock chambers
a)
Keeping small vehicles at a sufficient distance from the vehicles with a drive machine;
b)
it is forbidden to noise.
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§ 13.06 Radar shipping in lock areas

1.
For limited visibility, vehicles must be used when they move closer to lock areas The signal lights of the pre- or entry-level signalling systems cannot be detected, stop at the waiting points and report to the lock-up station via voice radio. In the case of
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the Bad Abbach and Regensburg locks the walls on the right bank of the Lock chairs,
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the lock Geisling the berths at km 2356.70 and at Pfatter,
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the lock Straubing the berths at km 2324.20 and at km 2320.20,
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the lock group Kachlet the berths Heining and Stelzlhof,
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the lock group Jochenstein the reclining places Ranning and Engelhartszell.
2.
Under the conditions set out in the first sentence of the first sentence, the onward journey towards the lock is only a radar driver and only with the express permission of the lock-up office Allowed.
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§ 13.07 shipping signs in the floodgates Geisling to Jochenstein

In the In addition to the signal lights referred to in § 6.28a No. 1, the vehicles must also comply with the signal lights of the pre-and call-off signalling systems in the case of the Geisling to Jochenstein:
1.
The skiers need to be aware of the signal lights of the pre-signal systems and the call-off signal systems.
a)
The signal lights of the pre-signal systems-two white lights side by side-have the following meaning:
aa)
two fixed lights: floodgates not usable; wait until you get to the waiting area in the lock area; individually moving vehicles can-if the conditions allow-wait in the upper lock port;
bb)
two clock lights: presumably both locks usable; the vehicle first passing by the front signal system has the south lock, the following the North lock;
cc)
left fixed light, right Clock light: likely to use southern lock;
dd)
left clock light, fixed right light: likely to use north lock.
b)
The signal lights of the AbrufsSignal system-two white lights side by side-have the following meaning:
aa)
two fixed lights: wait until fetching for double-letter bb or cc;
bb)
left festive light, right clock light: resume to the locks; likely to use south lock;
cc)
left clock light, right fixed light: resume to locks; likely to use Nordschleuse.
2.
The mountain drivers have to pay attention to the signal lights of the pre-signalling systems. The signal lights of the pre-signal system-a white light-have the following meaning:
a)
Fixed-light: up to the Waiting for the entrance to the lock area before the pre-signalling system;
b)
Clock light: allows entrance to the lock area; according to the signal lights shown the entry-level signalling system (§ 6.28a no. 1) enter a lock or wait for entrance outside the lower lock port
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§ 13.08 lock order

1.
precedence over lock other than the vehicles referred to in § 6.29 are
a)
Rescue vehicles and heavily damaged vehicles,
b)
Vehicles of the Power plant companies,
c)
Passenger ships that go according to a fixed timetable according to § 14.07.
After each lock with priority in the mountain or descent Vehicles that do not take precedence in the same direction.
2.
A vehicle that is not ready for entry to the sign to enter the vehicle must be
3.)
3.
By way of derogation from § 6.28 (3) sentence 2, for small vehicles, the following applies:
a)
You need to use the boat locks, boat lanes, or relaying facilities. If they are unable to use these facilities, they will only be carried in groups or only together with other vehicles. Exceptionally, small vehicles can also be taken individually after certain waiting times.
b)
You have to go to the moorings for them in the Sluice ports are waiting for them to be asked to enter the lock by the lock inspection. If small vehicles are towed together with other vehicles, they are not allowed to enter the lock until they are fixed behind them and must leave the lock at a distance behind them
4.
Small-scale vehicles that do not want to be hauled should not enter the lock ports.
5.
At the sluices Geisling to Jochenstein
a)
by way of derogation from § 6.28 No. 3, sentence 1, in the order of arrival at the pre-signalling devices;
b)
by way of derogation from § 13.07, small vehicles must observe only the signal lights according to § 6.28 as well as the special notice boards erected for them
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§ 13.09 Driving interruption between the Jochenstein and Aschach Stations

Taliers who are driving on the route between the levels of Jochenstein and Aschach, this must be reported during the lock in Jochenstein, the oversight of the lock.

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§ 13.10 Stillies at berth Heining

1.
Vehicles, the flammable, are allowed at the Heining Lounger (km 2232.36 to km 2232.62, right bank) transport liquid substances in categories Kx to K2, only if they are waiting for lock.
2.
Vehicles without machine drive must also be fixed to land if they are anchor; this does not apply to vehicles belonging to a federation.
3.
Vehicles must be at least 10 m apart from the shore
4.
Small vehicles must not be silent at the berth.
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§ 13.11 Stillies between the Kachlet Dam and the Indoor Level

1.
Between the Kachlet dam and the inner mouth, vehicles are only allowed to lie at the following recumbering sites:
a)
on the right bank
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from km 2228.70 to km 2228.53,
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from km 2227.03 to km 2225.33,
b)
on the left bank
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from km 2229,24 to km 2228.55.
2.
Small vehicles must not be silent on the recumbering sites referred to in point 1.
3.
On the right bank of km 2227.03 to km 2226.40, only vehicles that are waiting for the border clearance or where a border clearance is made are allowed to be in the state of the border. After the border clearance, the berth must be vacated. Vehicles carrying flammable liquid substances in categories Kx to K2 shall not be able to remain silent at this reclining site. Vehicles carrying flammable liquid substances falling within category K3 shall be subject to stilts at this location only below km 2226.92. The berth is to be shown as space-saving as possible. If necessary, tugs must be placed next to the towed vehicles.
4.
On the left bank of km 2229,24 to km 2228,84, vehicles must be at a distance from the shore of at least 10 m.
5.
Core vehicles must be fixed to the shore.
6.
The competent authority may allow exceptions to number 1 to 5 if the safety and ease of navigation are not endangered by this.
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§ 13.12 Rack of Racklauhafen Signal Plant

Signal lights show on the top of the rack-mount (km 2228.42, right bank) by substream and to the rack-port, whether there are riders on the route between the lock Kachlet and km 2228.40. The signal lights have the following meaning:
a)
a horizontal line: on the track you will find the following: Talkers;
b)
a vertical line: on the track there are no drivers.
The signal lights are only available during the operation time of the lock Kachlet and in the case of sufficient visibility. If no signal light is shown, mountain drivers, with the exception of small vehicles, have to announce their position on channel 10 at km 2228.00 and also on channel 20 during the operating times of the lock Kachlet. unofficial table of contents

§ 13.13 turning

1.
From Stelzlhof (km 2229,30) to the Racklau harbour estuary (km 2228,35), turn-around maneuvers can only be carried out with the permission of the Kachlet lock-in site. This shall not apply to passenger ships and small vehicles.
2.
tankers, excluding bunkers, and associations in which tankers are located, shall be permitted to: Kachlet and Passau turning point (km 2227.44 to km 2227.05) do not turn up.

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§ 14.01 landing sites

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§ 14.02 shipping traffic at the landing places

1.
If a passenger ship is stuck at a landing site, it will be immediately
2.
The ship's guides, passengers and other persons using the landing site shall be required to order the instructions issued with the consent of the competent authority. Follow the supervision that they provide for the safety at the landing sites. Vehicles other than passenger ships may only be placed on a landing site with the permission of the supervisor.
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§ 14.03 A- and boarding passengers

1.
The passengers are allowed to enter and exit only the Use certain entrants and exits, runback and landing strips, access and staircases. No passenger shall be allowed to enter or leave before the ship's guide or his/her representative has expressly granted permission to do so.
2.
The ship's guide or his/her Officer may allow boarding and boarding only after the passenger ship has been properly established and after he has been convinced that
a)
The access and departure of the passengers at the landing site is possible without danger,
b)
the dock at the point of departure Darkness-from land or from the passenger ship-is adequately illuminated
3.
Passengers entering the landing bridge or landing strip may not enter the landing bridge until the end of the landing. after the outrising has left, unless there is a separate inlet and outlet.
4.
If goods are also transported, the goods shall be transported to the Do not allow the loading or unloading of goods via the landing equipment intended for passengers at the same time as the passengers enter and exit.
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§ 14.05 Security on board and on the landing sites

1.
Passengers must behave in such a way as to ensure safety on board passenger ships and on the Application sites are not affected. This applies correspondingly to other users of the landing places.
2.
The ship's guide must ensure that passengers are correct in the interests of safety on the vehicle.
3.
Passengers shall be allowed to use the control station, machinery space and equipment without the licence of the ship ' s driver. Do not enter any other rooms and deck areas that are not designated for them and which are marked accordingly.
4.
In the dark, the rooms for passengers must be be sufficiently illuminated. The lighting must not interfere with the visibility of the ship's lights and must not have an interfering glare.
5.
Goods must be loaded in such a way that the the safety of passengers is not affected. If the space intended for passengers is used in part for goods, the maximum permissible number of passengers per 0.4 square metre shall be reduced by a passenger in each case. In addition, a stability calculation on board is also to be carried out. The transport of dangerous goods (§ 1.24) together with passengers is prohibited.
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§ 14.06 Prohibition of the carriage of goods

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§ 14.07 timetables

1.
The operator of regular passenger ships has to plan the timetable with departure and arrival times and landing points no later than four weeks before the start of the journey of the electricity and the shipping office of which the passenger ship is operated by the district. The same applies to timetable changes. The competent authority may allow special voyages to be carried out on a pre-trader basis.
2.
The trader must, at the request of the competent authority, modify the timetable to: Traffic disruptions are avoided.
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§ 14.08 Exceptions

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found the original text: BGBl. I 1998, 3154
The country where the home or register of the vehicles is located
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Bulgaria: BG
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Finland: FI
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Hungary: HU
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Luxembourg: L
Moldavien:MD
Norway: NO
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Portugal:P
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Appendix 2 Lowering marks and low-level indicators on inland waterway vessels

site of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, investment country pp. 57-58
1.
Definitions
1.1
The level of the largest sink level is the floating level that corresponds to the largest sink in which the vehicle can still be used for shipping;
1.2
the freestanding distance between the level of the largest depression and the lowest point of the gangborder or, if no gangboard is present, the deepest point of the upper edge of the fixed ship wall;
1.3
the safety distance between the level of the largest depression and the lowest point above which the vehicle is no longer than is to be considered waterproof, but does not take into account the openings for water abstracting and introduction;
1.4
Travel areas are the areas that are due to the the nature and equipment of the inland waterway vessels and the freeboard and the safety distance thereof, which shall be classified according to the largest (apparent) wave height in the case of a probability of the overslope of 5 of the hundred as follows: are:

area 1 ...............height up to 2.0 m,
Fahrtbereich 2 ...............Height up to 1,2 m,
Driving Area 3 ...............Height up to 0.6 m.
The characteristic wave height is the average of 10 from the hundred of the waves, which during a short observation period, the maximum height between the wave crest and the wave valley.
2.
minimum free board, safety distance and level of the largest Sinking
2.1
The size of the minimum clearance and the minimum safety distance of a vehicle shall be made by the competent authority, depending on the driving range and the Type of vehicle.
2.2
The level of the largest depression is the highest level of swimming, which is based on the rules on the minimum freeboard and on the Minimum safety margin. However, for safety reasons, the competent authorities may, in accordance with the strength of the hull and the stability of the vehicle, lay down the level of the greatest countersink lower than the calculated level.
3.
Einsenkungsmarken
3.1
Each vehicle, excluding small vehicles, must be durable, removed from the distance carry out visible freeboard marks in order to indicate the largest reduction set by the Authority. These marks are represented by the outdoor pool mark established by the authority; it is mounted on each side in the centre of the length of the vehicle.
3.2
The The freeboard consists of a ring which is cut by a horizontal bar; it can be supplemented by additional lines for the other riding areas. The centre of the ring must be placed on a vertical line in the The middle of the ship. The lower edge of the horizontal line must pass through the centre of the ring. The lower additional lines of the freeboard must correspond to the prescribed freeboard in the different riding areas. The freeboard is connected by a vertical bar, which is to be attached to the front part of the vehicle. The ring does not have to be shown for the vehicles which wish to drive in the driving ranges 2 and 3 or only in the driving range 3.
3.3
The line thickness of the ring and the other lines of the freeboard mark is 30 mm, the outer diameter of the ring is 200 mm. The length of the horizontal line cutting the ring is 300 mm and the length of the additional freeboard lines is 150 mm.The dimensions of the numbers indicating the travel ranges are 60 x 40 mm.The competent authority responsible for the freeboard shall be the , the stamp can be placed on the hull of the vehicle. A combination of the calibration mark with the open-board brand is possible. In this case, the width of the horizontal line, which cuts the freeboard ring (or the width of the uppermost horizontal line, if there are several outdoor pools, and the ring is not shown) is 40 mm.
sketch of the freeboard brand ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 58)
Sketch of the outdoor brand for different riding areas ... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 58)
4.
Depth Gauge
4.1
Each vehicle, the depth of which reaches 1 m , a draught indicator must be carried on each side of the rear vessel, and additional draught indicators may be present. Their affixing, number and characteristics shall be determined by the competent authorities, taking into account the driving range, the type, length, depth and trimms of the vehicle.
4.2
The depth indicators must be divided into at least decimetres, from 0 to 300 mm below the blank level and from 100 to 300 mm above the level of the largest depression. It must have the form of a strip with partial digits or only partial digits (without strokes), which is alternately painted in clearly visible colors. The zero point must be in the plane of the ship's floor at the point of application of the draught indicator, or, if the vehicle has a keel, in the plane of the lower edge of the keel at this point. The division must be designated by marks which are under supervision of the competent authority.
4.3
If the vehicle meets the calibration scales corresponding to points 4.1 and 4.2, the vehicle can be used for the inspection of the vehicle. Oak scales replace the low-level indicator.
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Appendix 3 name of the vehicles

site of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, Asset geband S. 59-83
1.
General
1.1
The The following pictures refer to the names provided for in Chapter 3 of this Regulation.
1.2
The pictures are only for explanation; it is always from the text of the Regulation, which shall be deemed to be solely applicable. As regards the additional names which may be required, the pictures shall contain the following: only the additional name or, if necessary for the purposes of understanding, is, at the same time, the basic designation (or one of the possible basic designations) and the additional designation. Only the additional designation is described under the image.
1.3
Thrust Assemblies with a length of 110 m and a width of 12 m as well as coupling associations not exceeding a length of 110 m and a width of 23 m shall be considered as individual driving Vehicles with a machine drive (§ 3.01 no. 3).
1.4
Unless otherwise specified, the following terms have the meaning given in § 3.01 No. 5: 1 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 59)
1.4.1
"Topplight": a white strong light which radiates continuous over a horizontal arc of 225 degrees and is so fitted that it is from the front to both sides 22 deg 30 ' behind the transverse line;
1.4.2
"side lights": a green light on starboard, a red light on the bord, of which every uninterrupted light on a horizontal arc of 112 ° 30 'and is mounted so that it radiates from the front to 22 ° 30' behind the transverse line on its side;
1.4.3
"tail light" :a white bright light or a white ordinary light, which radiates continuous over a horizontal arc of 135 degrees and is mounted so that it can be used over a bow of 67 degrees 30 ' radiated from behind to each side;
1.4.4
"visible light from all sides" :a light that is continuous over a horizontal arc of 360 degrees
1.5
explanation of the symbols: a light that is actually withdrawn from the observer's gaze is provided with a dot in the middle ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 59) from all sides visible light ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 59) only over a limited horizon visible light c ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) Funkellichtd ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) only intermittently or selectively guided ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) Table or flag ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) Wimpelg ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) Ballh ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) cylinder i ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) Conic ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) Double cone ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 60) Radar Reflector ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 60)
2.
during drive

valign="top "charoff="50"> (§ 3.13 No. 6):
at night by tag
2.1single-powered vehicles with machine drive
2.1.1(§ 3.08 No. 1):
2 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 60)
a Topplight, Page lights, a tail light No additional label name
2.1.2(§ 3.08 No. 2):
3 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 61)
optionally a second topplight on the back ship No additional label
2.1.3Machine-driven vehicle, which temporarily precede a pre-credits
(§ 3.08 No. 3):
4 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 61)
a topplight, side lights, a rear light and, if necessary, a second topplight on the back shipno additional label
2.2towing associations
2.2.1A machine-driven vehicle at the top of a tape 2.2.2A machine drive vehicle at the top of a federation
(§ 3.09 No. 1):(§ 3.29 No. 1):
5 ...6 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 61)
two top lights on top of each other, side lights, a yellow instead of a white tail light a yellow cylinder, which is enclosed at the top and bottom with a black one and one white stripe each; the white stripes at the ends of the cylinder
2.2.3each of several machines with machine drive at the top of a tape2.2.4each several vehicles with a machine drive at the top of an association
(§ 3.09 No. 2): (§ 3.29 No. 2):
7 ... 8 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 62)
Three topping lights on top of each other, side lights, a yellow instead of a white tail light a yellow cylinder, which is enclosed at the top and bottom with a black one and one white stripe each; the white stripes at the ends of the cylinder
2.2.5towed vehicles that form the last appendix
(§ 3.09 No. 4):
9 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 62)
a white tail lightno additional Label
10 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 62)
two white taillights, on the outer vehicles of the association no additional label
2.3Draw associations
2.3.1(§ 3.10 No. 1) 
11 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 63)
Three Topplichter arranged in the form of an equilateral triangle, side lights and three rear lights on the thrust vesselno additional label
2.4Coupling federations
2.4.1(§ 3.11 No. 1): 
12 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 63)
on each vehicle a topplight and a rear light, on the outsides of the side lights associationno additional label
2.4.2Coupling federations to which one or more vehicles are Machine drive ahead as a pre-credits
(§ 3.11 No. 2):
13 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 63)
on each vehicle a topplight and a rear light; on the outsides of the side lights associationno additional label
2.5Vehicles under Segel
2.5.1(§ 3.12 nos. 1 and 2):
14 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 64)
Side lights, which can usually be brightly lit, a rear light and, optionally, two ordinary or bright pages visible from all sides. Lights on top of each other, the red above the greenno additional label
2.6 Small cars
2.6.1with Machine Drive
(§ 3.13 No. 1):
15 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 64)
a helles instead of a strong topping, side lights that can usually be brightly, a tail lightno additional label
or:
16 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 64)
a bright instead of a strong topplicht, side lights, which can usually be rather than bright, immediately adjacent to one another or in a single lamp at or near the bow, a tail lightno additional designation
or:
17 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 65)
a white bright light, visible from all sides, side lights set to one of the above-mentioned typesno additional label
or:
for single-moving small vehicles with a machine drive length of less than 7 m
(§ 3.13 No. 2):
18 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 65)
a white common light, visible from all sides No additional label
2.6.2dragged or coupled along side 
(§ 3.13 No. 4):
19 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 65)
a white common light, visible from all sides No additional label
2.6.3Small vehicles under sails
(§ 3.13 No. 5): 
20 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 66)
Side lights that can usually be rather than bright, side-by-side, or in a single luminaire on or near the bow, a tail lightno additional label
or:
21 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 66)
Side lights, which can usually be rather than bright, and rear light in a single lamp in the pot or at the top of the mastno additional label
or:
only for small-scale vehicles with a length of less than 7 m
22 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 66)
a white ordinary light visible from all sides and a second white ordinary in the approach of other vehicles Lightno additional label
2.6.4individually,
23 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 67)
a white common light visible from all sides No additional designation
2.6.5Small vehicles under sail that use their drive machine at the same time 2.6.6Small vehicles under sail that simultaneously use their drive machine
(§ 3.13 No. 1):(§ 3.30):
one of the Labels after 2.6.1, for example:
24 ...25 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 67)
a bright, rather than a strong, toppy, side lights, which can usually be rather than bright, side-by-side or in a single light at or near the bow, a tail lighta black cone with the top of the top
2.7 Vehicles that are approved for the carriage of more than 12 passengers, with the dimensions of small vehicles
2.7.1(§ 3.31):
26 ... (Figure
no additional labela yellow Double cone
2.8Vehicles when transporting certain dangerous goods
2.8.1individually moving or towed vehicles that carry flammable goods to Appendix 92.8.2 individually moving or towed vehicles carrying flammable goods in accordance with Appendix 9
(§ 3.14 no. 1):(§ 3.32 No. 1):
additional label:additional label:
27 ... 28 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 68)
a blue ordinary lighta blue cone with the top bottom
2.8.3individually moving or towed vehicles carrying explosive goods to Appendix 10 2.8.4individually moving or towed vehicles carrying explosive goods to Appendix 10
(§ 3.15 No. 1):(§ 3.32 No. 2):
Additional label:additional label:
29 ...30 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 68)
on non-motorized vehicles, a red ordinary light on the front ship a red cone with top bottom
31 ... 32 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 68)
individually moving vehicles with a machine drive that lead the lights in accordance with § 3.08, and also a red light on the Rear shipa red cone with the top bottom
2.8.5 Trawl federations carrying flammable goods to Appendix 92.8.6Trawl associations, the flammable goods according to Appendix 9
(§ 3.14 No. 2):(§ 3.32 no. 2):
additional label:additional Label:
33 ...34 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 69)
33a ...34a ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 69)
an ordinary blue light must only be carried on the vehicles which are located farthest to the left or right in the last row; the flammable goods transporteda blue cone with the tip below must only be guided on the vehicles that are the furthest left or right in in the last row, which carries flammable goods
35 ... 36 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 69)
A blue ordinary light must be guided only on the vehicle that is transporting flammable goods, which forms the last appendixa blue cone with the tip below must be guided only on the flammable goods vehicle that forms the last appendix
2.8.7Trawl federations that carry explosive goods to Appendix 102.8.8 Trawl federations carrying explosive goods to Appendix 10
(§ 3.15 No. 2):(§ 3.33 No. 2):
additional label:additional label:
37 ... 38 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 70)
37a ...38a ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 70)
A red ordinary light must only be carried on vehicles that are dangerous to explosions and which are the furthest to the left or on the right side of the rowa red cone with the tip below must be guided only on the vehicles that are dangerous to explosions, which are are at the farthest left or right in the row
39 ... 40 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 70)
a red ordinary light must be guided only on the vehicle that is dangerous to explosions, which is the last appendix A red cone with the tip below must be guided only on the vehicle transporting explosive goods, which is the last appendix
2.8.9the vehicle running alone at the top of the association with machine drive, which transports flammable goods to Appendix 9 2.8.10the vehicle running alone at the top of the association with machine drive, which transports flammable goods to Appendix 9
(§ 3.14 No. 2):(§ 3.32 No. 2):
41 ...42 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 71)
A blue ordinary light is visible above the same horizontal arc as the mastlights according to § 3.09 No. 1, 1 m below the lowest light and, as far as possible, 1 m above the side lightsa blue cone with the top bottom and the cylinder in accordance with § 3.29 no. 1
2.8.11a vehicle with a machine drive as a pre-credits for an association that transports flammable goods to Appendix 92.8.12 a vehicle with a machine drive as a pre-tensioning for an association that transports flammable goods to Appendix 9
(§ 3.14 No. 4):(§ 3.32 No. 2):
43 ...44 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 71)
A blue ordinary light is visible above the same horizontal arc as the mastlights according to § 3.09 No. 2, 1 m below the lowest light and, as far as possible, 1 m above the side lightsa blue cone with the top bottom and the cylinder in accordance with § 3.29 no. 1
2.8.13the vehicle running on the top of the association with machine drive, which transports explosive goods to Appendix 10 2.8.14the vehicle running on the top of the association with machine drive, which transports explosive goods to Appendix 10
(§ 3.15 No. 2):(§ 3.33 No. 2):
 45 ...46 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 71)
show a red ordinary light over the same horizontal arc as the mastlights according to § 3.09 No. 1, 1 m below the lowest light and, as far as possible, 1 m above the side lightsa red cone with the top at the bottom and the cylinder according to § 3.29 No. 1
2.8.15A machine-driven vehicle as a pre-tensioning vehicle for an association that transports explosive goods to Appendix 102.8.16 A vehicle with a machine drive as a pre-tensioning vehicle for an association that transports explosive goods to Appendix 10
(§ 3.15 Nr 4):(§ 3.33 No. 2):
47 ...48 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 72)
a red ordinary light visible above the same horizontal arc as the mastlights according to § 3.09 No. 1, 1 m below the lowest light and, as far as possible, 1 m above the side lightsa red cone with the top at the bottom and the cylinder according to § 3.29 No. 1
2.8.17Dragages that carry flammable goods to Appendix 92.8.18Drawers, which Transport flammable goods to Appendix 9
(§ 3.14 no. 3): (§ 3.32 No. 3):
49 ...50 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 72)
the pusher ship other than the lights according to § 3.10 No. 1 letter c, a blue ordinary light on the back ship and the vehicles the Lights according to § 3.10 No. 1 letter a, a blue ordinary light, over the same horizontal arc as the Topplichtera blue cone with the top bottom on the dragboat and another blue cone on the front part of the association
2.8.19Pusher Associations, the Explosive Goods according to Appendix 10 2.8.20Push bodies carrying explosive goods to Appendix 10
(§ 3.15 No. 3):(§ 3.33 No. 3):
51 ...52 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 72)
the pusher ship other than the lights according to § 3.10 No. 1 (c), a red ordinary light on the back ship and the vehicles the Lights according to § 3.10 No. 1 letter a, a red ordinary light, about the same horizontal arc as the Topplichtera red cone with the top at the bottom of the pusher ship and another cone on the front part of the tape
2.9Ferries
2.9.1not free driving2.9.2 not free-running
(§ 3.16 No. 1): (§ 3.34):
53 ...54 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 73)
a green light over a white bright light, both visible from all sides green ball
2.9.3free-running2.9.4 free moving
(§ 3.16 No. 2): (§ 3.34):
55 ...56 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. P. 73)
a green light over a white bright light, both visible from all sides, side lights and a rear lighta green ball
2.9.5free-running with priority
(§ 3.16 No. 3):
57 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 73)
two green bright lights above a white bright light, all three visible from all sides, side lights and a Tail lightno additional label
2.10 maneuverable vehicles
2.10.1(§ 3.18 No. 1):2.10.2(§ 3.35 No. 1):
additional Label:additional label:
58 ...59 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 74)
a red light that is swung; in the case of small vehicles, the light can be white a red flag that is swung
2.11floating bodies and floating attachments
2.11.1(§ 3.19):
60 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 74)
a sufficient number of white bricks, visible from all sides no additional label
2.12vehicle with precedence 2.12.1(§ 3.36):
Additional label:
no additional label 61 ... (Picture of a red wimpel
3.Style-by-style name
3.1common cases
3.1.1individual vehicles or vehicles that are coupled to other vehicles, which are silent from the shore3.1.2 Vehicles with machine drive at the anchorage or as part of an association that is located away from the shore
(§ 3.20 No. 1):
62 ...63 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 75)
a white ordinary lighta black Ball
3.1.3removed from the shore3.1.4 shore away from the shore
(§ 3.20 no. 2): (§ 3.36a no. 1):
64 ...65 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 75)
two white ordinary lights on the pusher ship and on the front part of the tape a black ball on the thrust ship
3.1.5from the shore away stilted small vehicles 3.1.6Vehicles without a machine drive, small vehicles
(§ 3.20 No. 3):(§ 3.36a no. 1):
66 ...67 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 75)
a white ordinary lightno additional Name
3.2Vehicles on Carriage of Certain Dangerous Goods
3.2.1Individual vehicles that carry flammable goods to Appendix 93.2.2individual vehicles, Transport the flammable goods to Appendix 9
(§ 3.21): (§ 3.37 No. 1):
Additional label: Additional label:
68 ...69 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. P. 76)
a blue ordinary light on the back ship and a blue ordinary light on the foreshipa blue cone with top bottom
3.2.3individual vehicles that are hazardous to explosions Transport goods to Appendix 103.2.4individual vehicles carrying explosive goods in accordance with Appendix 10
(§ 3.22):(§ 3.38 No. 1):
70 ...71 ...
Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 76)
a white ordinary light and a red ordinary light on the front ship a red cone with top bottom
72 ... 73 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 76)
a white ordinary light and a red ordinary light on the front ship a black ball and a red cone with top bottom
3.2.5federations, the flammable goods according to Appendix 9 3.2.6Associations that carry flammable goods to Appendix 9
(§ 3.21):(§ 3.37 No. 1):
74 ...75 ...
(illustration BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 77)
a white ordinary light on the front ship and a blue ordinary light on the back ship of the vehicle on the Drivwater sidea blue cone with the top at the bottom of the water side
3.2.7 Associations carrying explosive goods in accordance with Appendix 103.2.8Associations that carry out explosive goods after Move Asset 10
(§ 3.22):(§ 3.38 No. 2):
76 ...77 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 77)
a white ordinary light and beneath it a red ordinary light on the front ship on the watersidea red cone with the top at the bottom of the vehicle on the waterside
3.2.9 Pusher Assemblies Carrying Flammable Goods to Appendix 93.2.10Drawers federations carrying flammable goods to Appendix 9
(§ 3.21):(§ 3.37 No. 2):
78 ...79 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 77)
a white ordinary light and a blue ordinary light on the rear part of the drawers and the same lights on the Front part of the bandagea blue cone with the top bottom and a black ball on the rear part of the drab and a blue cone with the Tip at the bottom of the front part of the tape
3.2.11Draw bandage that transports explosive goods to Appendix 10 3.2.12Drawers that carry explosive goods to Appendix 10
(§ 3.22):(§ 3.38 No. 2):
80 ...81 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 78)
a white ordinary light and below it a red ordinary light on the rear part of the drawers and the same lights on the rear part of the drawers the front part of the bandagea red cone with the top bottom and a black ball on the rear part of the drawers, and a red cone with the Tip at the bottom of the front part of the tape
3.3Ferries
3.3.1not free-running and silent at your landing
(§ 3.23 No. 1): 
82 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 78)
a green light over a white light, both visible from all sides no additional label
3.3.2free-running and in the same position at its point of application
(§ 3.23 No. 2):
83 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 78)
a green bright light over a white bright light, both visible from all sides. In the case of short-term style, a rear light and two side lightsno additional designation
3.4Swimming bodies and floating attachments
3.4.1(§ 3.25):
84 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 79)
a sufficient number of white ordinary lights, visible from all sides no additional label
3.5nets and other fishing equipment of vehicles that have a Obstructing the shipping
3.5.1(§ 3.26):3.5.2 (§ 3.40):
85 ...86 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 79)
a sufficient number of white ordinary lights, visible from all sides a sufficient number of yellow tons or yellow flags
3.6Floating devices at work as well as fixed or sunken vehicles
3.6.1Swimming equipment at work and vehicles carrying out work, commutations or measurements, 3.6.2Floating devices at work and vehicles carrying out work, commuters, or measurements, while still lying down
(§ 3.27 No. 1):(§ 3.41 Nr. 1 and 2):
87 ...88 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 79)
on the side where the pass is free, two green ordinary lights or two green bright lights on top of each other, and where necessary, on the side where the route is not free, a red ordinary or red lighton the page where the journey free, two green double cones on top of each other and, if necessary, on the side where the route is not free, a red ball.
or:
 89 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 80) on the page at which the journey is free, the plate E.1 "permit to pass through" (Annex 7) and, if necessary, on the side where the journey is not free, the Table A.1 "Prohibition of transit" (Annex I) 7)
3.6.3Vehicles and floating devices at work to be protected against wave impact 3.6.4Vehicles and floating devices at work that are to be protected against wave impact
(§ 3.27 No. 1)(§ 3.41 No. 1)
and fixed or sunken vehiclesas well as fixed or sunken vehicles
(§ 3.27 No. 2):(§ 3.41 No. 4):
90 ...91 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 80)
on the page where the pass is free, a red ordinary or red light above a white or white normal or white bright light and, if necessary, on the side at which the journey is not free, a red ordinary or red lighton the page, which is free to pass, a flag or a table, upper half red, lower half white, and if necessary on the side where the route is not free, a red flag or a table
3.7Designation of the anchors that can endanger the shipping
3.7.1Vehicles, Floating bodies and floating installations3.7.2Vehicles, floating bodies and floating plants
(§ 3.28 nos. 1 and 2):(§ 3.42):
92a ...93a ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 80)
92b ...93b ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 81)
two white ordinary lights visible from all sides, a ton with a radar reflector and a white ordinary, from all sides visible lighta yellow ton with radar reflector
3.7.3 Swimming devices at work3.7.4Swimming devices at work
(§ 3.27 No. 1, § 3.28 No. 2):(§ 3.41 No. 1, § 3.42):
, for example:for example:
94 ...95 ...
(illustration BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. Page 81)
4.Other characters
4.1Forbidden to enter the vehicle
(§ 3.43):
96 ... (Figure
4.2Smoke ban
(§ 3.44):
 97 ... (Figure
4.3Additional designation of the monitoring authorities ' vehicles
(§ 3.45) 
at nighton tag
98 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 82)
a blue common light, visible from all sides, and in addition a white whimsical with the sign of the Surveillance authorities (a white rhombus with a blue margin)
4.4Not_Character
(§ 3.46): 
at nighton tag
99 ...100 ...
(Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 82)
a light, flag, or any other suitable object that is pivoted in a circle;
or:
a flag above or below a ball, or a ball-like object;
or:
Rockets or light-balls with red stars;
or:
 a light sign composed of the morse signs ... ----... (SOS);
or:
A flame signal caused by burning tar, oil, or similar;
or:
Red parachute light rockets or red hand torches;
or:
Slow and repeated lifting and lowering of the laterally outstretched arms.
4.5Prohibition of style liet side by side
(§ 3.47):
101 ... (Figure
4.6Additional label to protect against wavway
(§ 3.48 No. 1):
at nightby day
102 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 83)
a red ordinary light above a white normal light or a red bright light over a white bright light, all the lights of all sides visiblea red-white flag or board or two flags or panels on top of each other, the upper red, the lower white
4.7additional name of the vehicles in the drive that perform work on the waterway
 (§ 3.49):
at nightby day
103 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 83)
a yellow ordinary or yellow light, visible from all
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Asset 4 Color of Lights of Vehicles

Location of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, investment band S. 84-86
1.
The colors of the lights of the vehicles that are could: "Blue", "Green", "White", "Yellow", "Red", represent a signal system with five colors. For such a system, the colour value ranges approved for each colour are set out in the official recommendations of the International Commission on Illumination (CIE) entitled "Colours of Signal Light" and in the publication CIE Nr. 2.2 (TC-1.6) In 1975.
2.
The colour value ranges of the lights of the vehicles laid down in this Regulation are within the general areas defined by the CIE, are, however, narrower for some colours. In Table 1, the color value ranges are listed numerically in the form of x-y coordinates of the intersection points of the color boundary lines, and are shown graphically in the CIE diagram in FIG. 1.
3.
The color ranges defined in Table 1 apply to the colors of the lights radiated by the signal light devices.
4.
In view of the CIE's current recommendations (1975), the colour limits are the result of a compromise between reliable recognition of the colour of the signal light under variable conditions Conditions, adequate bearing width of the signal light, practical accuracy in the production of the signalling device, consisting of the light source and colour filter, and the definition of the colour of the signal light with respect to other coloured lights both within and outside the signalling system.
5.
The colour limits set out in this Regulation have been selected, in particular, for the following reasons: blue signal lights, the CIE has only one common area defined. However, since a closer area ensures a greater probability of detecting the colors, a particular area has been selected. Green A greater probability of distinction between green and blue, green and white, green and white The appropriate narrow colour limits were selected from the current recommendations of the CIE. In the case of electric lights, the limit of white signal light to yellow should generally be limited to x=0.500. Only when using non-electric lights, for example oil lamps, is a shift of the limit after x=0.525 is permitted, as indicated by the broken lines in the color value diagram in FIG. 1. It is not necessary to move the border from white against blue towards blue, as is done in the current recommendations of the CIE, because xenon lamps will not be used for the lights of the vehicles. Yellow and white Lights require special care when using these colors as signal lights. In order to distinguish a white light from a yellow light, an appropriate distance of at least x = 0.050 is to be ensured. When using oil lamps as white signal lights, the limit of yellow to white is limited to x=0.575. RotThe range chosen for the red lights is a compromise between the narrow range with regard to a greater probability the colour recognition and the narrow colour range mentioned in the current recommendations of the CIE with regard to persons who confuse red and green.
Table 1
x-y-Coordinates of the intersections of the colour boundary lines < Contents: not Displayable Table 1,
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Image 1
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Appendix 5 Strength and scope of the lights of the vehicles

Foundation of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, investment sand p. 87-88
1.
The lights of the vehicles will be used in the light of their light intensity. three types divided:

ordinary lights,
bright lights,
Strong lights.
2.
The colored lights are usually created by the combination of a white light source and a colored filter or a colored optical device. The color value ranges agreed for these lights are fixed in Appendix 4. The colored filters or the colored optical device are selective filters. The transmittance factor of these filters thus depends on the spectral composition of the incident light of the light source. In practice, the following total transmission factors are accepted:

Red or Green:Tau = 0.10 to 0.20
Yellow:Tau = 0.40 to 0.60
Blue:Tau > = 0.02
3.
The limits of the light intensity of the lights of the vehicles are given in Table 1. All values are operational light strength l (deep) B, which corresponds to 75 percent of the photometric light intensities l (deep) O:

 l (deep) B = 0.75 x l (deep) O 
The 0.75 factor covers the effects of the aging of the light source and a certain degree of dustness of the light source and of the optical system. The values of Table 1 apply to all directions in the horizontal focal surface of the optical system within the useful range of the signal light. At an angle up to a maximum of 7.5 degrees perpendicular to the The horizontal focal surface shall not exceed the value of the light intensity by more than 5 per unit area.
4.
The ratio between the operating light intensity l (deep) B (cd) and the scope t (km) at night is indicated by the following equation:

 l (deep) B = 0.2 x t (high) 2 x q (high)-t 
The factor of 0.2 is the internationally agreed threshold illuminance of 0.2 microlux for the night perception of a light, where the t-values are the meters in kilometers , and q of the transmission factor is based on a distance of 1 km.To determine the extent of the lights of the vehicles, q = 0.76, which corresponds to a meteorological visual range of 14.3 km. The corresponding load-bearing widths are calculated using the above equation with the light strengths according to Table 1.

Table 1
Operating light strengths l (deep) B and span t of lights of vehicles
Color of Light Lichtart
typically light strong
l (deep) B
(cd)
t
(km)
l (deep) B
(cd)
t
(km)
l (deep) B
(cd)
t
(km)
White 2-4 *) 2.3-3.0 *) 9-25 3,9-5, 3 35-100 5.9-7, 7
Red or Green 0.9-5 1,7-3, 2 3,5-20 2,8-5, 0--
Yellow 0.8-2, 4 1,6-2, 5 3,5-15 2,9-4, 6--
Blue > 1 + +) > 1.8 + +)----
*)
For specific sections of a waterway the competent authority may allow an operating light of l (deep) B = 0.9 cd corresponding to a load of t = 1.7 km.
+ +)
For certain vehicles, the competent authority may have an operating light strength of l (deep) B = 0.3 to 0.5 cd corresponding to a load of t = 1.0 to 1.3 km
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plant 6 sound characters

Source of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, investment band S. 89-91
I. Volume of the Sound
The mechanically operated sound equipment used on vehicles in inland waterway must be capable of producing sound signs with the following characteristics:
1.
Frequency:
a)
For vehicles with machine drive, except for small vehicles according to point (b), the base frequency is 200 Hz with a tolerance of +/-20 of the hundred;
b)
for vehicles without machine drive and for small vehicles not designed or used for towing other vehicles as small vehicles, the basic frequency more than 350 Hz;
c)
for the three-tone characters used by radar drivers, the fundamental frequencies of the tones lie between 165 and 297 Hz with an interval of time. of at least two whole tones between the highest and the deepest sound.
2.
Sound pressure level: The sound pressure levels given below shall be 1 m before the In the middle of the funnel opening measured or calculated back to this distance, the measurement must be carried out as far as possible from sound-reflecting surfaces:
a)
For vehicles with a machine drive, except for small vehicles referred to in point (b), the sound pressure level between 120 and 140 dB (A);
b)
for vehicles without a machine drive and for small-scale vehicles not designed or used for this purpose; To tow vehicles as small vehicles, the sound pressure level must be between 100 and 125 dB (A);
c)
for the three-tone signs used by radar drivers, The sound pressure level of each tone must be between 120 and 140 dB (A).
II. Control of the sound pressure
The control of the sound pressure level shall be controlled by the competent authorities with the aid of the sound level measuring instrument (I.E.C. 179), which is standardised by the International Electrotechnical Commission. or by means of the standard sound level measuring instrument (I.E.C. 123) standardized by the I.E.C.
III. Signs of the
The sound signs, with the exception of the bell-blows and the three-tone mark, must be composed of one or more tones in succession, which have the following characteristics: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
-
short sound: a tone of about one second duration;
-
long note: a tone of about four seconds duration.
The pause between two consecutive tones must be about one second, with the exception of the "episode" short notes ", which must consist of at least six tones of about a quarter of a second duration, with the pause between the sounds as long as it is.
A.General characters
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 89)
1 Long Sound"Attention"
1 short sound" I am setting my course after Starboard. "
2 short notes" I rip my course to backbord. "
3 short notes "My machine is going backwards."
4 short notes" I am maneuverable. "
Short-tone sequence "Acute danger of collision"
Repeated long notes"Not_signal"§ 4.01 No. 4
Groups from bell blows"Not_signal"§ 4.01 No. 4
B. Encounters Signs
1. Case
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 90)
1 short sound of the mountain driver" I Wants to drive past backbord. "§ 6.04 No. 4
1 short sound of the driver "Enviewed, drive past backbord."§ 6.04 No. 5
2 Short Tears of the Taldriver"Do not agree, drive past starboard."§ 6.05 No. 2
2 short notes of the mountain driver"Sing, I will drive past starboard."§ 6.05 No. 3
2.Case
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 90)
2 short notes of the mountain driver" I Wants to drive past starboard. "§ 6.04 No. 4
2 short notes of the driver "Understood, drive past starboard."§ 6.04 no. 5
1 short sound of the driver"Do not agree, drive past backbord."§ 6.05 No. 2
1 short sound from the mountain driver"You understand that I will drive past the backboard."§ 6.05 No. 3
C.Overtaking characters
 1.case
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 90)
2 long tones, 2 short notes of the overtaking "I want to overtake it on your back-board page."§ 6.10 No. 4
1 short note of the Drivers ahead"understood, they can overtake my back-board side."§ 6.10 Nr. 5
2 short note tones of the preceding" Do not agree, overtake you on my starboard page. "§ 6.10 No. 6
1 short sound of the overtaking" understood, I will be on your starboard page "§ 6.10 No. 6
2.Case
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 90)
2 long tones, 1 short sound of the overtaking "I want to overtake on your starboard page."§ 6.10 No. 4
2 short notes of the Before-moving"understood, overtake you on my starboard side."§ 6.10 Nr. 5
1 short note of the preceding" Do not agree, overtake my backboard page. "§ 6.10 No. 6
2 short notes of the overtaking" understood, I will be on your back-board page "§ 6.10 No. 6
Impossibility of overtaking
5 short notes from the front end"You can't overtake me." § 6.10 Nr. 7
D.turn sign
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 90)
1 Long Sound, 1 Short Sound" I "§ 6.13 No. 2
1 Long Sound, 2 Short Tears" I turn over backbord. "§ 6.13 No. 4
E.driveway in and Exit from ports and secondary waterways, crossing the waterways
E.1Signs that Exit from ports and side-waterways
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 91)
3 long notes, 1 short note" I Wants to turn on starboard. "§ 6.16 No. 2
3 long notes, 2 short notes" I want to turn to backbord. "§ 6.16 No. 2
E.2Character that To cross the main waterway
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 91)
3 long tones" I want cross. "§ 6.16 no. 2
F.fog characters 
a)Radar Vehicles
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 91)
1)Taldriver, except Small-scale vehiclesThree-tone characters, repeated as often as necessary§ 6.32 No. 4 letter a
2)individually moving vehicles1 long sound§ 6.32 no.5 letter a
3)Mountain riding federations2 long tones § 6.32 no.5 letter a
b)Vehicles that do not Driving with radar
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 91)
1)individual driving vehicles 1 Long Sound§ 6.33 No. 2
repeated at the most every minute
2)Associations2 long notes§ 6.33 No. 2
 repeated at the latest every minute
c)Style Vehicles
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 91)
1 Set of Glockenstrokes, at least once in minute" I'm lying on the left side of the running water. "§ 6.31 No. 1 letter a
2 groups of chimes, repeated at least once in the minute"I lie on the right side of the running water."§ 6.31 No. 1 letter a
3 sets of bells, repeated at least once in the minute" My location is uncertain. "§ 6.31 No. 1 letter c
G.Signals on the descent from berth
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 91)
1 short sound" I'm going to Control board. "§ 6.14
2 short notes" I drive by backbord. "§ 6.14
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appendix 7 shipwrecks

Source of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, investment country p. 92-110
1.
The main characters shown in Section I. may be used in the following: Section II.
2.
The panels can be enclosed by a narrow white strip.
section I.Main

A.Verbotssigns
A.1Prohibition of transit (general characters)
(§ § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § 6.08, 6.16, 6.22, 6.22a, 6.25, 6.26, 6.27 and 6.28a)
Table characters or
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 92)
red lights or
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 92)
red flags
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 92)
If two table signs, two lights or two flags are shown one on top of the other, this means a longer-lasting Ban.
A.2Overhaul ban
(§ 6.11)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 92)
A.3Associations prohibited from overtaking
(§ 6.11)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 92)
A.4Prohibition of encounters and overtaking
(§ 6.08)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 93)
A.5Prohibition of style-by-style (anchor prohibition and prohibition of mooring on the shore)
 (§ 7.02)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 93)
A.5.1Prohibition of style within the width specified in meters (measured by the character)
(§ 7.02)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 93)
A.6Anchor ban and ban on the loop class of anchors, trosses and chains
(§ § 6.18 and 7.03)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 93)
A.7Prohibition to set on the shore
(§ 7.04)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 93)
A.8Turning prohibition
(§ 6.13)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 94)
A.9Prohibition to cause wave stroke
(§ 6.20)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 94)
A.10Prohibition to drive out of the displayed boundary (in bridges or weir openings)
(§ 6.24)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 94)
A.11Prohibition to enter, but the preparations for onward journey are to be made
(§ § 6.26, 6.28a)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 94)
A.12Prohibition for Vehicles with Machine Drive
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 94)
A.13Prohibition of sports and amusement vehicles 1 *)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 94)
A.14Prohibition to run water-ski
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 95)
A.15Prohibition for vehicles under sail
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 95)
A.16Prohibition for vehicles that do not drive with machine drive or sail
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 95)
A.17Prohibition for sailings
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 95)
A.18End of approved zone for ships with high speed sports cars
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 95)
A.19Prohibition to release or lift small vehicles into the water
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 95)
B.bid sign
B.1 bid to drive in the direction indicated by the arrow
(§ 6.12)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 96)
B.2bid to move to the running water side, the
a)is located on the back-board side of the vehicle
(§ 6.12)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 96)
b)is located on the starboard side of the vehicle
(§ 6.12)
... (illustration BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 96)
B.3bid to keep the running water side, the
a)is located on the back-board side of the vehicle
(§ 6.12)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 96)
b)is located on the starboard side of the vehicle
(§ 6.12)
... (illustration BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 96)
B.4bid to cross the driveway
a)after backbord
(§ 6.12)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 97)
b)by starboard
(§ 6.12)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 97)
B.5bid to be held in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation
 (§ § 6.26, 6.28)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 97)
B.6bid not to exceed the specified speed (in km/h)
 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 97)
B.7bid to give a sound character
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 97)
B.8Special Care bid
(§ 6.08)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 98)
B.9bid, only to enter the main waterway or cross it, if this makes the vehicles on the main waterway are not forced to change their course or their speed
(§ 6.16)
 ... (Figures a) and b) BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 98)
B.10bid, if necessary, to change course and speed to take vehicles the exit from the port or the Allow side waterway
(§ 6.16)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 98)
B.11a)Commitment to take the radio into operation
(§ 4.04 No. 4)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 98)
b)The obligation to operate the radio on the channel indicated on the character. take
(§ 4.04 No. 4)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 98)
C.Signs for restrictions
C.1 Limited driveway depth
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 99)
C.2Limited clear height above the water level
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S.99)
C.3Limited width of the passage or of the driveway
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 99)
C.4Shipping Restrictions: Reaching
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 99)
C.5The waterway is removed from the right (left) shore; the number on the table indicates the distance in metres that the Vehicles from the panel sign must be observed.
Note:The C.1, C.2, and C.3 panels can also be used in numbers to display the meter data. to the depth of the water, to the clear height above the water level, or to the width of the passage or the running water.
D. Empmissing characters
D.1Recommended passage
a)for traffic in both directions
(§ § 6.25, 6.26, 6.27)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 100)
b)for traffic only in the indicated direction (traffic in the opposite direction)
prohibited)
(§ § 6.25, 6.26, 6.27)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 100)
D.2Recommendation to be held in the space delimited by the panels (in a bridge or weir opening)
(§ 6.24)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 100)
D.3Recommendation,
a) to drive in the direction indicated by the arrow
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 100)
b)driving in the direction from the fixed light to the common-mode light
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 100)
E.Note
E.1 Permission to pass through (general characters)
(§ § 6.08, 6.16, 6.26, 6.27, 6.28a)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 101)
E.2High-voltage-line-crossing
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 101)
E.3Wehr
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 101)
E.4a)Non-free ferry
 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 101)
b)Ferry Ferry
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 101)
E. 5Permission to style (anchors or mooring on the shore)
(§ § 7.02, 7.05)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 102)
E.5.1Permission to close down on the water surface, the width of which, measured by the sign, is indicated in meters. is
(§ 7.05)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 102)
E.5.2Permission to depart on the surface of the water by the two distances specified in meters, measured by the sign,
(§ 7.05)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S.102)
E.5.3Maximum number of vehicles allowed to lie side by side
 (§ 7.05)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 102)
E.5.4Sunbeds for vehicles without crew, excluding vehicles, which by day are the blue or red cone according to § 3.37 or § § 3.37 or § 3.37 or § § 3.37. 3.38 must perform
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S.102)
E.5.5No-crew berth, which must lead to the blue cone in accordance with § 3.37
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. Page 103)
E.5.6A berth for vehicles without crew, which must follow the red cone in accordance with § 3.38 during the day
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 103)
E.5.7Berth for vehicles with crew, with the exception of vehicles which, by day, the blue or red cone according to § 3.37 or § 3.38
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. Page 103)
E.5.8A berth for vehicles with crew, which must lead the blue cone in accordance with § 3.37
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. Page 103)
E.5.9A berth for vehicles with crew, which must follow the red cone in accordance with § 3.38
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 103)
E.5.10Lounging space for vehicles with and without crew, excluding vehicles which, by day, the blue or red cone according to § 3.37 or § 3.38
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 104)
E.5.11A berth for vehicles with and without crew, which must lead by day the blue cone in accordance with § 3.37
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 104)
E.5.12A berth for vehicles with and without crew, which must follow the red cone in accordance with § 3.38 on the day of the day
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 104)
E.6Permission to anchor
(§ 7.03)
and Anchor, Trosses and Chains to be loops
(§ 6.18)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 104)
E.7Permission to set on the shore
(§ 7.04)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 104)
E.7.1deck space intended for the loading and unloading of land vehicles (the maximum duration of the song is on a single deck). Board specified under the sign)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 105)
E.8Turning Place
(§ § 6.13, 7.02)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 105)
E.9The waterway used meets a side waterway
(§ 6.15)
... (Figures a) and b) BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 105)
E.10The waterway used meets a main waterway
(§ 6.16)
... (Figures a) and b) BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 105)
E.11End of a ban or bid that applies only in a direction of travel, or end of a constraint
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 106)
E.12Announcement Sign:
one or two white lights:
a)Fixed (s) light (s):
Difficulty ahead:
 Hold when required
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 106)
b)common-mode light (er):
continue to drive
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 106)
E.13Drinking water tapping point
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 106)
E.14Remote Spokesperson
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 106)
E.15Permit for vehicles with machine drive
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 107)
E.16Permission for Sport and pleasure vehicles 2 * *)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 107)
E.17permission to run water-ski
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 107)
E.18Permission for Vehicles under Segel
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 107
E.19Permission for vehicles that do not drive with machine drive or sail
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 107)
E.20Permission for Sailing Surf Boards
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 108)
E.21Approved zone for shipping with high speed sports cars
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 108)
E.22Approval to let small vehicles into the water or to be lifted
 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 108)
E.23possibility to obtain nautical information from the channel on the channel specified on the character
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 108)
1 *)
Note: The competent authorities can use this character to Ban shipping with small vehicles.
2 * *)
Note: The competent authorities can use this panel to Allow shipping with small vehicles.

section II.Additional
main characters (section I.) can be supplemented by the following additional characters:
1.
Signs that specify the distance to the location where the destination is true or the peculiarity specified by the main character

Note:Signs are Attached above the main character:
Examples:
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 109)
Paused after 1000 mFerry not free in 1,500 m
2.Additional Light sign
White light arrows combined with certain lights:
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 109)
a)with green Light
Example:
Permission to enter the pelvis in the arrow direction
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 109)
b)with red Light
Example:
Prohibition to enter the pelvis in the arrow direction
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 109)
3.Three-corner panels indicating the direction and route of the The main character is
Note:The triangular panels do not necessarily have to be white and can be placed next to or below the main character.
Examples:
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 110)
Allowed 
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 110)
Prohibited Style 
(at 1000 m)
4. panels that give explanations or notes
Note:The panels are attached under the main character
Examples:
... (Figures BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 110)
Hold a long note for customs
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Appendix 8 Wasserstraße

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 1993, investment band S. 111-121
A.designation in the waterway to limit the driving channel
A.1Driving channel rights page
On Tag:red tons, preferably cylindrical, red swimmers, or spice
Non-cylindrical tons and swimmers are provided with a red cylinder-shaped toppy character.
ton
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 111)
swimmer
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 111)
Spiere
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 111)
At night:red clock fire
 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 111)
The characters A.1 denote the boundary and position of the channel; they indicate the right side of the channel and the hazards on the right bank.
A.2Linke side of the channel
On tag:green tons, preferably conical, green floats or spice
Non-cone-shaped tons and swimmers are provided with a green cone-shaped topping character.
ton
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 112)
swimmer
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 112)
Spiere
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 112)
At night:green clock fire
 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 112)
The characters A.2 indicate the boundary and position of the channel; they indicate the left side of the channel and the hazards on the left bank.
A.3Rift splitting
By day:tons, preferably spherical, swimmers, or spice, each with horizontal red and green stripes
Non-spherical tons and swimmers with a ball-shaped toppmark with horizontal red and green Strips.
Light bin
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 112)
swimmer
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 112)
Spiere
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. P. 112)
At night:white common-mode fire
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 113)
The characters A.3 refer to the splitting or the union of the driving channel and the danger points in the channel. Drivers such as mountain riders can leave these signs either on the back bord or on the starboard when driving.
A.4 (omitted)
A.5Illuminated tones for the identification of berths on the right side of the channel
(§ 7.05)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 113)
A.6Illuminated tones for the identification of berths on the left side of the channel
(§ 7.05)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 113)
B.Marking the position of the channel by means of fixed shipping signs-marking the position of the channel in relation to the shore
B.1right bank
By day:red square panels with white horizontal stripes at the top and bottom edges
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 114)
At night:red clock fire
 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 114)
The characters B.1 show the approximate position of the channel with respect to the shore and indicate the location of the floating channel with the floating Shipping signs the points at which the driving channel approaches the right bank; they also serve as orientation points.
B.2Linkes Shore
By day:on the top of the square panels, the top half of which is green and whose bottom half is white
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 114)
At night:green clock fire
 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 115)
The characters B.2 indicate the approximate position of the channel with respect to the shore and mark with the floating point of the floating point Shipping signs the points at which the driving channel approaches the left bank; they also serve as orientation points.
Example
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 115)
Labeling Transitions
In addition to the characters B.1 and B.2, the transition of the channel from one bank to the other can be determined by a special Label displayed.
B.3Right shore
On tag:yellow square panels with a black vertical middle strip
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 115)
At night:yellow lightning fire with groups of two flashes, possibly with limited opening angle
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 116)
The characters B.3 show the beginning and end of the crossing of the driving channel from the right bank to the left.
B.4right bank
By day: Yellow, top-standing square panels with a black vertical midstripe
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 116)
At night:Yellow lightning fire, possibly with limited Opening angle
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 116)
The characters B.4 show the beginning and end of the transition of the channel from the left bank to the right.
example
 ... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. Page 117)
Simple indication of a Transition
Marking of transitions with a directional mark If the transition is long, the middle of the channel can be marked by a directional mark. is displayed. Such a directional sign consists of two identical characters (B.3 or B.4) placed one after the other, the front character being lower than the rear one; the connection line indicates the centre line of the channel.
B.5right bank
On tag: two yellow panels B.3 (front and rear panels)
front panel
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 117)
rear panel
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 117)
At night:at the front of the common common-mode fire, behind a fixed-fire yellow fire
frontfire
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 118)
backfire
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 118)
B.6Linkes Ufer
On Day:two yellow panels B.4 (front and rear panels)
front panel
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 118)
Rear Panel
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 119)
At night:at the front of the common common-mode fire, behind a fixed-fire yellow fire
frontfire
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 119)
backfire
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 119)
C.Designation of danger points and shipping notes by fixed shipping signs
C.1danger sign, right bank
On tag: white triangle with red edge, top bottom
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 120)
The characters C.1 indicate danger points on the right bank or in the vicinity (buoys, control units); they can also be used in the case of floods overflow, protruding points.
C.2danger sign, left bank
 On Day:white triangle with green edge, top top
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 120)
The characters C.2 indicate danger points on the left bank or in its vicinity (buoys, control units); they can also be used in floods overflow, protruding points.
C.3danger signs that can be used on both sides
By tag:two white, triangular panels, tips to each other, the top with a red border, the lower one with a red border, the lower one with the red edge. green margin
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 120)
At night:white common-mode fire
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. S. 120)
The characters C.3 can be attached to the ends of the islands where the channel is divided and at the inlets of navigable Channels and tributaries.
D.Additional name for the radar navigation
D.1bridge piers name
1. The tons of A.1 and A.2 can be used with radar reflectors (above and below the pillars).
2.The arms with radar reflectors are mounted on the bridge piers.
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. See 121)
D.2Free lines designation
1.Fixed radar reflectors, if necessary on the overhead line (on the radar image is a dot row)
... (Figure BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. 121)
2.Radar reflectors mounted on yellow tonnes, possibly two adjacent to the Shore (on the radar screen the two echoes show the line of the overhead line
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Appendix 9 Flammable Goods whose carriage the vehicles at night are called in accordance with § § 3.14 and 3.21, by day the name according to § § 3.32 and 3.37.

The original text is found at the site of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, investment country, p. 122
1.
Flammable Liquids: As such, all of them shall be considered as such within the meaning of this Regulation. Hydrocarbons and liquid fuels which, at a barometer level of 760 mm mercury column, have a flashpoint of highest 100 degrees C. However, the transport of flammable goods does not apply to the transport of
a)
flammable liquids that can be mixed with water in any ratio,
b)
Flammable Liquids as Material in a 200 l Not Exceeded Quantity,
c)
Fuel for the Operation of the main and auxiliary machinery of the vehicles in the containers intended for this purpose.
2.
diethyl ether (sulphur ether), collodion, carbon disulphide and red smoking nitric acid if these liquids are on a vehicle in greater quantities than

2 kg for carbon disulphide or
10 kg for the other liquids
promoted
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Appendix 10 hazardous goods during which the vehicles are named after the vehicles at night § 3.15 and 3.22, in the case of day the name must be named according to § § 3.33 and 3.38.

The original text is found at the site of the BGBl. I 1993, investment band S. 123
1.
Explosive Goods and Items, if their gross weight as a whole 5 kg.
2.
Items loaded with explosive goods if their gross weight exceeds a total of 15 kg; for the transport of patron shells with However, the ignition device and cartridges for handguns only if their gross weight exceeds a total of 100 kg.
3.
Ignition goods, fireworks and similar goods with Except for safety detoners, where their gross weight exceeds a total of 15 kg, but in the case of the carriage of black powder ignition cords with slow combustion only if their gross weight exceeds 100 kg.
4.
On common transport of various items referred to in points 1 to 3

 p (deep) 1 p (deep) 2 p (deep) n
if -------- + -------- + ..... + -------- > 1, where
P (deep) 1 P (deep) 2 P (deep) n

p (deep) 1, p (deep) 2 ..... p (deep) n the gross weight of the
individual goods,
P (deep) 1, P (deep) 2 ..... P (deep) n the maximum weight specified in numbers 1
to 3
means.
5.
Ammonia, liquefied or released under pressure when it is transported in tankers