The Wheels Of Vehicles And Their Components Conformity Assessment Provisions

Original Language Title: Riteņu transportlīdzekļu un to sastāvdaļu atbilstības novērtēšanas noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 505, Riga, 20 June 2006 (pr. No 33 67) wheel vehicles and their components conformity assessment Issued in accordance with the provisions of the Highway Traffic Act, the fourth subparagraph of article 15.1 i. General questions 1. terms used in the rules: 1. information folder, together with a technical description of the vehicle or its components or photographs, drawings by the manufacturer or his representative shall submit to the certification authority, or a testing laboratory to carry out the assessment of conformity or component;
1.2. information package – the information folder plus any test lab reports and other documents (vehicle component type-approval certificate or other certificate authority issued certificate of conformity), which the manufacturer or his representative shall submit a certification body or test laboratory;
1.3. a new type of vehicle or component, or components of the vehicle type, having been subjected to conformity assessment according to the requirements of technical regulations;
1.4. the used vehicle – a vehicle that has previously been registered continuously and issued a registration document;
1.5. the used vehicle component-component of a vehicle that has been put into service;
1.6. the incomplete vehicle – a vehicle that has been manufactured to be completed at least one stage of production to meet all technical requirements of the regulations;
1.7. end-of-series vehicle – a vehicle that is already made, but which cannot be registered or sold, since the entry into force of new technical requirements, this vehicle does not perform the evaluation of conformity to the technical regulations by new;
1.8. technical regulations, European Union directives, a regulation of the European Union, in Geneva on 20 March 1958, the UN Economic Commission for Europe inland transport Committee concluded in the framework of the agreement "on the adoption of uniform technical prescriptions for wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts which can be fitted and/or be used on wheeled vehicles, and in accordance with these provisions the approval to be granted for the conformity assessment of the conditions for mutual recognition" added provisions (hereinafter referred to as UN rules), standards relating to the scope of these provisions and the provisions contained in the annexes;
1.9. the type approval marking – type approval granted the designation, which is part of the type-approval number and consisting of the type-approval mark and the additional signs in accordance with the relevant technical requirements of the regulations;
1.10. type approval number,-the type approval granted designation consisting of the approval mark, technical regulatory number (s), the type-approval number and, if applicable, the extension of the type approval number and the additional signs in accordance with the relevant technical requirements of the regulations;
1.11. the holder of the type-approval, the manufacturer or his representative, after which the conformity assessment issued the type approval certificate;
1.12. individual vehicle approval – technical administrative conformity assessment procedure for an individual (one) vehicle by the certificate authority, in order to assess its conformity with the relevant technical regulations and the requirements of this regulation;
1.13. vehicle component – a unit of Assembly, Assembly or mechanism, device, equipment, system or Assembly;
1.14. "type of vehicle – one category vehicles (annex 1), which do not differ in at least the following basic parameters laid down in annex 2 of these rules. One type of vehicle may contain variants and versions more;
1.15. the vehicle or component parts or components of the vehicle – the prototype of the type specimen, which the manufacturer or his representative shall be submitted for testing;
1.16. the vehicle or component type approval-administrative conformity assessment procedure performed by the certification authority, based on laboratory testing provide messages, evaluate the type of vehicle or component in conformity with the technical regulations and the requirements of these regulations;
1.17. "multi-stage type-approval of the vehicle-type approval procedure, which, depending on the stage of completion of the vehicle is not complete or completed vehicle in compliance with this provision and the relevant technical requirements of the regulations;
1.18. the completed vehicle-the vehicle which meets all the relevant categories and specializations of vehicle specific technical requirements and regulations in one of the stages of manufacture carried out conformity assessment as the incomplete vehicle;
1.19. at one stage finished vehicle-the vehicle which meets all the relevant categories and specializations of vehicle specific technical requirements, regulations and conformity assessment has not been carried out as an incomplete or completed vehicle.
2. determine the conformity assessment procedures in the case of mopeds, motorcycles, motor tricycles, quadricycles, passenger cars, buses, trucks and trailers these vehicles (semi-trailers) (hereinafter referred to as the vehicles), as well as vehicle components that are offered on the market, or which operate in Latvia.
3. the rules do not apply to: 3.1 snow motorcycles;
3.2. sports mopeds, motorcycles, motor tricycles and quadricycles, having carried out the appropriate homologated international Motorcyclists Federation requirements and which have been or will be registered in the Latvian Federation of licensed Motorsports athletes or members of the Latvian Federation of motor sport (e.g. sport club), as well as the components of the vehicle;
3.3. light sports cars that have homologated according to the International Federation of automotive requirements and who are registered on the Latvian Automobile Federation of licensed athletes or members of the Latvian Automobile Federation (such as sports club), as well as the automotive components;
3.4. cycles with pedal drive equipped with a padlock (uzkabinām) auxiliary power units, the maximum rated power does not exceed 0.25 kW, and auxiliary power units running, is gradually reduced and eliminated if the bike reaches a speed of 25 km/h, or sooner, if the cyclist stops dwells pedals;
3.5. vehicles in the laws concerning vehicle registration permanently registered in Latvia;
3.6. for vehicles, made up to December 31, 2000;
3.7. foreign vehicles temporarily imported;
3.8. for vehicles that is associated with the basic participation in road traffic (for example, tricycles and quadricycles intended for recreation or competition use in closed areas and outside public roads), and the vehicle components;
3.9. materials which are not listed in annex 3 of these rules;
3.10. the components of the vehicle, which was introduced in Latvia until 2001 December 31;
3.11. the components of the vehicle, made in Latvia until 31 December 2002;
3.12. use of vehicle components;
3.13. technical, its trailers and vehicle parts.
4. Market allowed to offer only vehicles and their components that have undergone conformity assessment in accordance with the requirements of this regulation and which meet the technical requirements of the regulations and are marked accordingly.
5. Vehicles and components for conformity assessment shall be carried out with the national joint stock company "Road Safety Directorate" (hereinafter referred to as the Directorate). Testing of vehicles and their components shall be carried out by the Directorate or testing laboratories, accredited national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" to the standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 "the competence of testing and calibration laboratories-General requirements" and for which the Ministry of Economic Affairs has published a notice in the newspaper "journal".
II. the vehicle or component type-approval procedure for 6. The manufacturer or his representative shall submit the application to the Directorate of the vehicle or component type-approval (hereinafter type approval). The application is added in a particular order: 6.1 information package that include: 6.1.1. a document that clearly and transparently indicates the contents of the information package and changes therein (hereinafter referred to as the index to the information package);
6.1.2. an information folder containing the relevant provisions of this annex 4 (I) and (II) the information referred to in section and vehicle drawings or photographs (on A4 sheets or folded in this format), and on a scale and quality, to provide sufficiently detailed information (vehicle type);
6.1.3. information folder according to the requirements of technical regulations (vehicle component type);

6.2. testing laboratory reports on vehicles of categories M and N according to this provision the requirements of annex 5;
6.3. other testing laboratory or certification body reports issued compliance statements for a vehicle or component type after the request of the Directorate;
6.4. If the vehicle is provided for the multi-stage type-approval: 6.4.1. at stage one: those parts of the information folder and the attestations of conformity which describes the incomplete vehicle of the State;
6.4.2. in the second and subsequent stages, parts of the information folder and the assurance of conformity to the relevant production stages as well as during the previous stages of the type-approval granted to a vehicle type-approval certificate;
6.5. the manufacturer's token, which contains the person (name and title) who will be eligible to sign the certificates of conformity, as well as the signatures of those persons;
6.6. the mandate of the representative of the manufacturer if the manufacturer representative empowered to issue that rule 6.5. documents referred to;
6.7. the model of the certificate of conformity according to this provision the requirements of annex 6.
7. for each type of vehicle or component shall be submitted in a separate application to the Directorate.
8. the Directorate within 30 working days of the appearance of the manufacturer or his agent and the documents submitted shall decide on the type of approval or denial. If the submitted documentation is inaccurate or incomplete, the decision regarding type approval or refusal to leftover for a clarification or development of documentation, but not more than six months.
9. the dossier submitted by the Directorate, as well as conformity assessment body reports and statement of conformity evaluation grants: 9.1. approval of a vehicle type: 9.1.1. vehicle type that corresponds to the description in the information package and the rules laid down in annex 7 of technical provisions;
9.1.2. special vehicles of the type referred to in this provision 8. In titles I and II of the annex, and which corresponds to the description in the information package and the rules laid down in annex 7 of the technical provisions, subject to this provision in annex 8 benefits;
9.1.3. the specific vehicle or component which corresponds to the description in the information package, but their conceptual, technological or specific characteristics can not ensure compliance with the provisions laid down in annex 7 of technical regulations (one or more). In such a case, the benefit is not subject to the requirements of technical regulations, which are not associated with a specific vehicle operating characteristics;
9.2. multi-stage type-approval to incomplete or completed vehicle type satisfies the described in the information package and the rules laid down in annex 7 of the technical regulations, taking into account the State of completion of the vehicle type pursuant to this regulation and annex 8 of the benefits;
9.3. the type-approval for a vehicle type in respect of the installation of the component, if it matches the description given in the information package and the rules laid down in annex 7 of the technical provisions, subject to this provision in annex 8 benefits;
9.4. component type-approval for a vehicle type if it matches the information folder as described and these rules 3 and 7 of the technical regulations laid down in the annex, subject to the provisions of Annex 8, in titles I and II benefits.
10. the Directorate on the basis of the manufacturer or his agent a written submission, any of the provisions referred to in paragraph 9 of the approval is granted for a period of up to 12 months, if compliance with the requirements of the technical regulations is shown instead of the type-approval certificate or the marks, but with a different type of a declaration of conformity (for example, testing laboratories, inspection protocol messages).
11. If the Directorate determines that the vehicle or component type does not meet the requirements of this regulation, it shall take a decision not to grant type-approval and within 15 working days after the decision shall inform the applicant in writing, stating the reason for the refusal.
12. If the Director finds that the vehicle or component which complies with the requirements of this regulation, may pose a threat to traffic safety, human health, life or the environment, it shall take a decision not to grant type-approval within 30 working days and shall inform the manufacturer or his representative in support of the decision. If such a decision is taken on vehicles of categories M1 and L type, in addition also the Directorate shall inform the other Member States of the European Community, of the certification bodies.
13. If the vehicle or component type approval has been granted, the Directorate approved vehicle type approval certificate shall be issued under this provision the requirements of Annex 9, but component type-approved in accordance with the relevant requirements of the technical regulations. By issuing a duly completed certificate of type approval, the Directorate shall grant type-approval number pursuant to this provision the requirements of annex 10.
14. If the manufacturer or his representative requests to grant relief to a vehicle or component type in accordance with the provisions of Annex 8, the information submitted in the appropriate folder. Giving type approval of the type approval certificate Directorate indicates this type of vehicle or component use restrictions and appropriate facilities, as well as assign special type-approval number pursuant to this provision the requirements of annex 10.
15. If a component type approved in the relevant functions can only be performed in conjunction with other vehicle parts, the manufacturer or its representative the information folder, but the Directorate – type approval certificate.
16. the Directorate, pursuant to the State of completion of the vehicle, may prohibit the incomplete vehicle permanent registration and entry into service until such time as it is completed.
17. Type-approval costs, comply with the laws approved in the service cost shall be borne by the person who submitted the application to the Directorate of the vehicle or component type-approval.
18. by another Member State of the European Union or party to the agreement of 1958 's certification authority shall forward to it the information Directorate of the assigned and reject the type approval.
III. the type-approval procedure of Amendment 19. If the technical regulations or these regulations is amended and the type approval granted by the Directorate becomes invalid, the Directorate no later than three months before the approval expiration date shall inform the holder of the type-approval. This condition does not apply to type approvals granted by the Directorate at the time.
20. Type-approval no later than 30 working days before the approval expiration date shall inform the Directorate in writing about each type of manufacturing process, made and marketed a number of vehicles, with their identification numbers (VIN) and the date when according to the type-approval of a vehicle made last.
21. the application for the amendment of type approval of the type approval shall submit the certificate authority, which granted the original type-approval. The application for type approval shall indicate the reason for the amendment.
22. the amendment of the application shall be submitted to the Directorate: 22.1. where a type-approval holder received this rule the information referred to in paragraph 19 and want to extend the period of validity of type approval and get a new type-approval certificate;
22.2. If the type-approval holder wants to make Executive changes to the approved type.
23. If changing the data type of the information package, the holder of the approval shall be submitted to the Directorate of the new index to the information package and part of the information package containing the changes are to be considered as indicating the amendments made. If amendments to the substantial changes occur in the information package, as well as amended on several occasions and information package has become opaque, type approval shall submit any amendments to the summary (consolidating) information package.
24. If the amendment changes the data type-approval certificate issued by the Directorate of the new type-approval certificate, which is referred to as the type-approval of the extension of the period, showing the amendment (extension).
25. If the Director determines that the amendment is necessary to perform additional tests or checks, it shall inform the holder of the type-approval and the new type-approval certificate is issued only after a successful additional test or tests.
26. by another Member State certifying authority shall forward to it the information Directorate of the changes to the type-approval.
IV. Type-approval and registration procedure recognition 27. Latvia is recognised certification authority of the Member States granting a type-approval:

27.1. Types of vehicles of category M1, assigned according to 6 February 1970 directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and model validation (Official Journal of the European Union, L 042, 01.05.2004.1.-p. 15) with 6 February 1998 Directive 98/14/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type approval of motor vehicles and their trailers (Official Journal of the European Union L 091, 01.05.2004., 1-61) and 20 December 2001, Directive 2001/116/EC, adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type-approval of motor vehicles and their trailers (Official Journal of the European Union, 01.05.2004, L 018, p. 1-115), the amendments made;
27.2. types of vehicles of category L, granted according to the 18 March 2002 Directive 2002/24/EC relating to the type-approval of two or three-wheel motor vehicles and repealing Council Directive 92/61/EEC (Official Journal of the European Union L 124, 01.05.2004.,, 1.-p. 44) or Directive 2002/24/EC, pursuant to 22 April 2005 Directive 2005/30/EC amending, for the purposes of their adaptation to technical progress of European Parliament and Council Directive 97/24/EC and 2002/24/EC on the existence of two two-or three-wheel motor vehicle type approval (Official Journal of the European Union, L 106, 17 27.04.2005.,.-p. 31) the amendments made;
27.3. the component types that are assigned according to the rules laid down in annex 7 of technical provisions;
27.4. vehicle type with regard to the installation of the components of an approved type, assigned according to the rules laid down in annex 7 of the technical requirements of the regulations.
28. approval of a vehicle type approved to the importer, the manufacturer or his representative recorded in the Directorate. For this purpose, the importer, the manufacturer or his representative shall submit the application to the Directorate, which added in a particular order: 28.1. a vehicle or component type-approval certificate, or a copy of it;
28.2. the information package which includes: 28.2.1. index to the information package;
28.2.2. an information folder containing the relevant provisions of this annex 4 (I) and (II) the information referred to in section and vehicle drawings or photographs (on A4 sheets or folded in this format), and on a scale and quality, to provide sufficiently detailed information (vehicle type);
28.2.3. information folder according to the requirements of technical regulations (vehicle component type);
28.2.4. testing laboratory reports on vehicles of category M1 pursuant to this provision the requirements of annex 5;
28.2.5. other testing laboratory or certification body reports issued compliance statements for a vehicle or component type after the request of the Directorate;
28.3. vehicles of category M1 and L – the model of the certificate of conformity according to annex 6 of these regulations;
28.4. Vehicles of category M1, the manufacturer of Office, indicating the person (name and title) who will be eligible to sign the certificates of conformity, as well as the signatures of those persons.
29. For each type of vehicle shall be submitted in a separate application to the Directorate.
30. If the rules referred to in paragraph 28 of the documents are submitted in a foreign language other than English and Russian, the Directorate can, if necessary, to request them to add a translation of these documents in the language of the country.
31. If the type of vehicle of category M1, the Member States have approved pursuant to Directive 70/156/EEC by Directive 98/14/EC and Directive 2001/116/EC amendments made, the Member States concerned issued an information package is considered to satisfy the requirements of this regulation. If the L category vehicles type approved in the Member States pursuant to Directive 2002/24/EC or Directive 2002/24/EC, pursuant to Directive 2005/30/EC, the amendments made, the Member States concerned issued an information package is considered to satisfy the requirements of this regulation.
32. type approval registration expenses that meet the regulations approved in the cost of the service, shall be borne by the person who submitted the application to the Directorate of vehicle type approval for registration.
33. the Directorate within 10 working days of the appearance of the manufacturer or his agent and the documents submitted shall decide on the registration of vehicle type-approval or refusal.
34. If the manufacturer or its representative in the documentation submitted does not comply with this rule, the requirements of paragraph 28, the Directorate shall take a decision not to recognise the vehicle or component type and 15 working days after the decision shall inform the applicant in writing, stating the submitted documentation deficiencies or gaps.
35. If the Director finds that the vehicle or component type-approval granted, may pose a threat to traffic safety, human health, life or the environment, it shall take a decision not to register the type approval within 30 working days and shall so inform the applicant and the certification authority in the other Member States in support of the decision.
36. Vehicle type with regard to the installation of the components of an approved type approvals granted and component type-approval of the vehicle shall not be recorded.
V. certificate of conformity and the type-approval mark 37. Vehicle manufacturer or its representative of each vehicle compliance approved or recognized type certified by the certificate of conformity (annex 6). Vehicles of category M1 and L compliance with approved (approved) for a type of vehicle is certified by the manufacturer in addition to the type approval marking (annex 10).
38. If a statement of conformity required for incomplete or completed vehicle, the manufacturer or his representative, shall issue a certificate of compliance, stating only the parameters conform to the approved type, relating to the construction phase, as well as add to earlier stages provided assurances of compliance.
39. At the second and subsequent stages of production in addition to the minimum manufacturer's plate each manufacturer is clearly visible and accessible position on a part of the vehicle which are not intended to replace, throughout its working life, affix the additional durable tile that matches that rule 11. the requirements set out in the annex.
40. vehicle component manufacturer for each vehicle components conform to the approved type shall be attested by the type approval mark, if defined in the respective technical regulations.
41. The certificate of conformity is valid until approval expiration date. It is not related to series end vehicles, subject to the following conditions: 25.5. a manufacturer or its representative to the type-approval expiration date submitted by the Directorate of the list, indicating the end of a series of vehicle make, model, type-approval number, vehicle identification number and date of issue of the certificate of compliance, stating the reasons why the vehicles will not be realized until the period of validity of type approval;
41.2. this rule 41.1. vehicles referred to in the list, at the time located in the territory of the European Union;
41.3. certificate of conformity before type approval is issued by the end of the term;
25.7. this rule 41.1. the list referred to in the case of category M1 vehicles, the number one brand does not exceed 10% of the previous 12 months the registered brand of the same number of vehicles;
25.8. this rule 41.1. the list referred to in subparagraph given in the end of series vehicles are registered: 41.5.1. If the vehicle is finished-production within 12 months of the expiry of the approval;
41.5.2. If the vehicle is not manufacture complete-18 months after the approval date.
42. the issue of the certificate of compliance of a vehicle that comply with the approved vehicle type for which type-approval has been granted for the period of the certificate of compliance issued under "notes" indicates the period of validity of the certificate of compliance.
43. The certificate of conformity is made from paper, protected with color graphics or watermarks, which reflected the inherent symbolism of the manufacturer. In Latvia, the type approvals granted a single emblem.
44. vehicle component manufacturer, importer or distributor shall keep the vehicle component type approval documentation and ensure its availability to market surveillance authorities the employees at their request.
Vi. conformity of production

45. the Directorate before granting type-approval shall verify that the manufacturer may take the necessary measures and procedures to control the production of vehicles or their components conform to the approved type. The Directorate does not have to make sure that the manufacturer's willingness to take such measures and procedures for ingredients, granted type approval certificate authority of another Member State.
46. By type approval, the manufacturer: 46.1. ensure each vehicle or its components conform to the approved type;
46.2. the control of the production process or their components to existing vehicles in production conform to the approved type;
46.3. the availability of test equipment provided, so that you can periodically check the production vehicles or components conform to the approved type;
46.4. provides tests, registration and availability period agreed with the Directorate;
28.9. constantly analyzes the test results to verify and ensure that the vehicle or component parameter stability;
46.6. ensure that each sample sequence or sampling tests, which show non-conformity with the approved type, follow the new samples to test non-compliance;
29.0. as soon as possible to ensure that all deficiencies and the renewal of the production conformity to the approved type.
47. The manufacturer is not responsible for the case of multi-stage type-approval of the vehicle in the earlier stages of the approved vehicle components and parameters conform to the approved type, except when the manufacturer in the manufacturing stage has made such changes that the previous pattern approvals become invalid.
48. the Secretariat periodically checks the manufacturer the conformity control methods applied by the manufacturer for each type of vehicle approved or component, and using random selection method, select the samples conform to the approved type check the manufacturer or a test laboratory.
49. During the test, the manufacturer shall ensure the availability of documentation for the results of the tests and production, as well as the opportunity to take control of the production.
VII. Action in cases of non-compliance to 50. If the Director finds the vehicle or its components do not conform to the type-approval certificate or the information package for the data supplied, it is considered that compliance with the approved type is not complied with, except where the individual technical regulations allow for derogations and it is respected.
51. If the Director finds or receives information about the vehicle does not conform to the approved type, it shall, depending on the nature of non-compliance shall take one of the following: 51.1. is oral or written reprimand to the manufacturer or its representative of the alleged infringements and determines the period to which this inconsistency be removed;
51.2. invalidate certain certificates of conformity of vehicles, as long as the manufacturer or his representative shall demonstrate the conformity of the vehicle requirements of these rules;
51.3. declare invalid all the type of certificates of conformity for vehicles, while the manufacturer or his representative demonstrates the conformity of vehicles with the requirements of this regulation;
51.4. declare invalid the Director issued the type approval certificate or type approval certificate, a certificate of registration to the prevention of non-compliance;
51.5. revoke the Directorate issued the type approval certificate or type approval certificate, a certificate of registration.
52. If the Director finds or receives information about the components of the vehicle does not conform to the approved type, it shall, depending on the nature of non-compliance shall take one of the following: 52.1. is oral or written reprimand to the manufacturer or its representative of the alleged infringements and determines the period to which this inconsistency be removed;
52.2. invalidate Directorate issued the type approval certificate or type approval certificate, a certificate of registration to the prevention of non-compliance;
52.3. revoke the Directorate issued the type approval certificate or type approval certificate, a certificate of registration.
53. This rule 50, 51 and 52 of the Directorate in the cases referred to in the decision taken shall inform the manufacturer or his representative. Following receipt of the manufacturer or his representative shall take these rules and 29.0 29.0. measures referred to in point.
54. If the certification authority of another Member State indicates that the type of vehicles or their components, accompanied by a certificate of conformity or are labelled, do not conform to the approved type, the Directorate shall carry out the necessary checks. If non-compliance is found, the Directorate shall inform the manufacturer, who, as soon as possible, but not more than six months after the receipt of such information shall take measures to restore the conformity to the approved type.
VIII. the individual approval of vehicles 55. individual vehicle approval may take a single copy of from abroad or imported vehicle produced in Latvia.
56. the owner of the vehicle, the manufacturer or his representative shall submit to the Directorate (in order): 56.1. the application for approval of individual vehicles;
56.2. information package, which includes: 56.2.1. index to the information package;
56.2.2. an information folder containing the relevant provisions in this annex 4, the information referred to in section III, the drawings and photographs (on A4 sheets or folded in this format), and on a scale and quality, to provide sufficiently detailed information on the vehicle;
56.3. testing laboratory or certification issued by the institution of a copy of declarations of conformity for conformity with this provision of the vehicle 7. technical regulations laid down in the annex, subject to this provision in annex 8 benefits;
56.4. other testing laboratory or certification body established by the proof of compliance of the vehicle at the request of the Directorate.
57. the Directorate within 10 working days of the appearance of the owner the submitted documentation and shall take a decision on its compliance with the requirements of this regulation. If the submitted documentation is inaccurate, incomplete or Directorate believes that the need to submit additional documentation, the adoption of the decision on the completeness of the documentation is delayed until the clarification and development of the, but not more than six months.
58. If the submitted documentation meets the requirements of this regulation, a vehicle inspection Directorate is carried out in a particular technical inspection station. On the check in the test report shall be drawn up in accordance with annex 12 of these rules.
59. If the vehicle conforms to the documentation submitted and the rules laid down in annex 7 requirements for technical regulations, the vehicle pursuant to annex 8 of benefits, is assigned to the individual.
60. If the vehicle is assigned to the individual approval, issued by the Directorate of the individual approval certificate according to annex 6 of these regulations, section III requirements. Directorate of individual approval number granted under this provision the requirements of annex 10.
61. individual vehicle approval shall be granted if: 61.1. vehicle after its construction is not intended for use in road traffic;
61.2. vehicle manufacturer does not have an assigned international manufacturer identification code (WMI). This requirement does not apply to foreign-registered vehicles in advance and technological units;
38.1. the vehicle after its construction is designed for driving on the left. This requirement does not apply to the specialized postal as well as road service vehicles;
61.4. vehicle does not comply with the requirements of the laws of the State of the vehicle, the technical inspection or modification of vehicles.
IX. Use the vehicle 62. conformity assessment Used vehicle, taking into account the date of its manufacture, must comply with these regulations 7 and 8 the requirements set out in the annex and those laid down in the laws of the State of the vehicle technical inspection.
63. Use the L, N or O, M1 category vehicle on a declaration of conformity is considered a permanent registration certificate of the vehicle, if it was issued in one of these countries: 39.2. In Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Britain, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Finland, Spain, Switzerland, Germany or Sweden by 1 January 2001;
39.3. In the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia or Hungary after 31 December 2006.
64. to Use the vehicle of categories M2 and M3, if previously registered in any of the provisions referred to in subparagraph 39.2. countries, conformity assessment is carried out individually in accordance with the provisions laid down in Chapter VIII, the order of application of the following facilities:

64.1.4. Title III, Chapter 3 of the 14 and 15 specify the data referred to in point is voluntary;
64.2. the separate copies of the attestation of conformity shall be submitted only at the request of the Directorate of doubt about the conformity of the vehicle with 7 and 8 of these rules. the requirements set out in the annex.
65. If used in L, M, N, or O vehicle categories was previously permanently registered in a country other than those referred to in this provision in paragraph 63, the conformity assessment is carried out: 65.1. According to this provision, the procedure set out in chapter II, if the vehicle meets the Directorate approved vehicle type, which is valid for the type-approval certificate, or the type that was valid for the type-approval certificate for the vehicle at the time of manufacture. The following shall be issued a certificate of conformity for a vehicle, it is part of the certificate of compliance issued "notes": "used vehicle. The previous state of registration: … … … …. ";
65.2. individually in accordance with the provisions laid down in Chapter VIII of the order, if the vehicle does not meet the Executive approved vehicle type, which is valid for the type-approval certificate, or the type that was valid for the type-approval certificate for the vehicle at the time of manufacture.
X. market surveillance 66. market surveillance authorities does the consumer rights protection Centre (hereinafter referred to as the Centre) the law on the State budget for the current year funds for this purpose.
67. in Latvia allowed on the market (sell, bestow, put to use against or without payment) or permanently register a vehicle if it is accompanied by a valid certificate of conformity which certifies that the vehicle meets Latvia approved vehicle type, or vehicle type-approval certificate is registered in the Directorate, as well as if it is issued by the Directorate of the individual approval certificate.
68. in Latvia authorised to offer the market the vehicle component or if the entry meets the relevant components of the State approved vehicle type and the components are marked in accordance with the relevant technical requirements of the regulations.
69. If the Center finds that vehicles on the market, accompanied by a certificate of conformity or components do not conform to the approved or recognized by the vehicle or component type, the Center shall inform the Directorate. The offering of those vehicles on the market, registration or operation, as well as vehicle components covered by the market or operating in Latvia is prohibited to non-compliance.
70. If the Center finds that vehicles on the market, accompanied by a certificate of conformity or their components may pose a serious risk to road safety, the Center shall inform the Directorate. The offering of those vehicles on the market, registration or operation, as well as vehicle components covered market or operation is prohibited in Latvia.
XI. Adoption of decisions in exceptional cases and the decision contested 71. Directorate decision on type-approval refusal or revocation, refusal or the type of vehicle the approval of individual refusal provided in writing, giving reasons for rejection and indicate the order in which decisions may be challenged. The decision taken by the Directorate has the right month to challenge the Ministry of transport.
XII. concluding issues 72. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 19 December 2000, the Regulation No 448 ' wheel of the vehicle and its components conformity assessment rules ".
73. This provision does not affect the entry into force of these regulations until the date of entry into force of the type-approval granted by the Executive term of validity.
74. the provisions applicable to the July 1, 2006.
75. these rules are published, transposing the directive by reference to these regulations.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of 6 February 1970 directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and model validation;
2) of 6 February 1970 directive 70/157/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle permissible sound level and the exhaust system;
3) Council of 20 March 1970 directive 70/220/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against air pollution by gases from positive-ignition engines of motor vehicles;
4) Council of 20 March 1970 directive 70/221/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers to the liquid fuel tanks and rear underrun protection;
5) Council of 20 March 1970 directive 70/222/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the rear registration number plates on taxation and fixing on motor vehicles and their trailers;
6) Council June 8 1970 directive 70/311/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the steering equipment for motor transport and their trailers;
7) Council of 27 July 1970 directive 70/387/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their kabj at the door;
8) Council of 27 July 1970 directive 70/388/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to audible warning devices for motor vehicles;
9) Council on March 1, 1971 in Directive 71/127/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to rear-view mirrors of motor vehicles;
10) Council of 26 July 1971 directives 71/320/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States of certain categories of motor vehicles and their trailers the braking equipment;
11) Council on 20 June 1972 by Directive 72/245/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Suppression of radio interference produced by spark-ignition engines fitted to motor vehicles;
12) Council of 2 august 1972 by Directive 72/306/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against the emission of pollutants from diesel engines for use in vehicles;
13) Council of 17 December 1973 directive 74/60/EEC on the participation of national legislation relating to the internal equipment of motor vehicles (passenger compartment interior parts other than the interior rear-view mirrors, layout of controls, the roof or sliding roof, the backrest and rear part of the);
14) Council 1973-17 December Directive 74/61/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to devices to prevent the unauthorized use of motor vehicles;
15) Council of 4 June 1974 to Directive 74/297/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Interior fittings of motor vehicles (the behaviour of the steering mechanism to blow);
16) Council of 4 June 1974 Directive 74/408/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Interior fittings of motor vehicles (strength of seats and their anchorages);
17) Council of 17 September 1974 to Directive 74/483/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the external projections of motor vehicles;
18) Council of 26 June 1975 Directive 75/443/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the reverse and speedometer equipment of motor vehicles;
19) Council on 18 December 1975 Directive 76/114/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and the statutory plates and inscriptions and their location and method of attachment;
20) Council on 18 December 1975 Directive 76/115/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to anchorages for motor-vehicle safety belts;
21) Council of 27 July 1976 Directive 76/756/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to light and light-signalling devices on motor vehicles and their trailers;
22) Council of 27 July 1976 Directive 76/757/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their kabj reflector;
23) Council of 27 July 1976 Directive 76/758/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their kabj to the end-outline marker lamps, front position (side) lamps, rear position (side) lamps and stop lamps;
24) Council of 27 July 1976 Directive 76/759/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and to the direction kabj;
25) Council of 27 July 1976 Directive 76/760/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and to the back plate kabj lamps;

26) Council of 27 July 1976 Directive 76/761/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle headlamps which function as main-beam and/or dipped-beam headlamps and filament lamps for such lamps;
27) Council of 27 July 1976 Directive 76/762/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to front fog lamps for motor vehicles and filament lamps for such lamps;
28) Council of 17 May 1977 Directive 77/389/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicle vilcējierīc;
29) Council of 28 June 1977 Directive 77/538/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their kabj to the rear fog lamps;
30) Council of 28 June 1977 Directive 77/539/EEC on the approximation of national laws relating to motor vehicles and their kabj to the reversing lamps;
31) Council of 28 June 1977 Directive 77/540/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to parking lamps for motor vehicles;
32) Council of 27 June 1977 Directive 77/541/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles;
33) Council of 27 September 1977 Directive 77/649/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the field of vision of motor vehicle drivers;
34) Council of 21 December 1977 Directive 78/316/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Interior fittings of motor vehicles (identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators);
35) Council of 21 December 1977 Directive 78/317/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle glass surface thawing and de-misting devices;
36) Council of 21 December 1977 Directive 78/318/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the wiper and washer systems of motor vehicles;
37) Commission of 19 May 1978 by Directive 78/507/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/114/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and minimum plates and inscriptions, and their location and method of affixing;
38) Council of 12 June 1978 Directive 78/548/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle heating systems for the passenger compartment;
39) Council of 12 June 1978 Directive 78/549/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the wheel guards of motor vehicles;
40) Commission of 19 May 1978 by Directive 78/632/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 74/60/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Interior equipment of motor vehicles (passenger compartment interior parts other than the interior rear-view mirrors, layout of controls, the roof or opening roof, the backrest and rear part of the);
41) Council of 16 October 1978 Directive 78/932/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the State membership for head restraints of seats of motor vehicles;
42) Commission 18 April 1979 by Directive 79/488/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 74/483/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the external projections of motor vehicles;
43) Council December 16, 1980 of Directive 80/1268/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the fuel consumption of motor vehicles;
44) Council on 16 December 1980 of Directive 80/1269/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the engine power of motor vehicles;
45) Commission of 13 April 1981 Directive 81/333/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/221/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers, liquid fuel tanks and rear underrun protection;
46) Council of 20 July 1981 Directive 81/577/EEC amending Council Directive 74/408/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Interior fittings of motor vehicles (strength of seats and their anchorages);
47) Council of 25 June 1987 directives 87/354/EEC, amending certain directives on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to industrial products with respect to the distinctive numbers and letters indicating the Member States;
48) Council of 3 December 1987 to Directive 88/77/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous pollutants from diesel engines used in vehicles;
49) Commission of 24 March 1988, Directive 88/195/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 80/1269/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the engine power of motor vehicles;
50) Commission of 16 May 1988, Directive 88/321/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 71/127/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to rear-view mirrors of motor vehicles;
51) Commission of 17 May 1988, Directive 88/366/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/649/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the field of vision of motor vehicle drivers;
52) Commission 28 March 1989 directive 89/277/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/759/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to direction indicator lamps for motor vehicles and their trailers;
53) Council of 13 April 1989 directive 89/297/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to certain motor vehicles and their trailers to the lateral protection (side guards);
54) Commission of 17 July 1989 directive 89/491/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/157/EEC, 70/220/EEC, 72/245/EEC, 72/306/EEC, 80/1268/EEC and 80/1269/EEC relating to motor vehicles;
55) Commission's 1 august 1989 directives 89/516/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/758/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and end-outline marker lamps, front position (side) lamps, rear position (side) lamps and stop lamps;
56) Commission's 1 august 1989 directive 89/517/EEC adapting to technical progress Directive 76/761/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle headlamps which function as main-beam and/or dipped-beam headlamps and to incandescent electric filament lamps for such headlamps;
57) Commission's 1 august 1989 directive 89/518/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/538/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and of rear fog lamps;
58) Commission of 30 October 1990 directive 90/628/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/541/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles;
59) Commission of 30 October 1990 directive 90/629/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/115/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to anchorages for motor-vehicle safety belts;
60) Commission of 30 October 1990 directive 90/630/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/649/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle drivers ' field of vision;
61) Council of 27 March 1991 Directive 91/226/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the spray-suppression systems of certain categories of motor vehicles and their trailers;
62) Commission on 15 July 1991 Directive 91/422/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 71/320/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to determine the tegorij of motor vehicles and their trailers and braking equipment;
63) Council of 1 October 1991, the provisions of Directive 91/542/EEC adapting to technical progress Directive 88/77/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous emissions from diesel engines for use in vehicles;
64) Commission of 6 December 1991, the provisions of Directive 91/662/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 74/297/EEC in respect of the steering wheel and column in an impact;
65) Commission of 10 December 1991 Directive 91/663/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/756/EEC relating to the installation of lighting and light-signalling devices on motor vehicles and their trailers;
66) Council 31 March 1992 Directive 92/21/EEC relating to vehicles of category M1 to the masses and dimensions;
67) Council 31 March 1992 Directive 92/22/EEC relating to motor vehicles and their trailers on safety glazing and glazing materials;
68) Council 31 March 1992 Directive 92/23/EEC relating to tyres for motor vehicles and trailers types and their Assembly;

69) Council 31 March 1992 Directive 92/24/EEC relating to speed limitation devices or similar speed limitation on-board systems of certain categories of motor vehicles;
70) Council of 30 June 1992 Directive 92/61/EEC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicle type-approval;
71) Commission of 2 July 1992 Directive 92/62/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/311/EEC relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and steering equipment;
72) Council of 10 November 1992 Directive 92/97/EEC, amending Directive 70/157/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle permissible sound level and the exhaust system;
73) Council of 17 December 1992 Directive 92/114/EEC relating to the external projections of motor vehicles of category N forward of the CAB's rear panel;
74) Commission 29 October 1993 directive 93/91/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 78/316/EEC relating to the Interior fittings of motor vehicles (identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators);
75) Commission of 17 December 1993 directive 93/116/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 80/1268/EEC relating to the fuel consumption of motor vehicles;
76) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 1994, Directive 94/20/EEC relating to the mechanical coupling devices of motor vehicles and their trailers and their attachment;
77) Commission of 15 November 1994, Directive 94/53/EC, amending article 2 of Commission Directive 93/91/EEC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 78/316/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Interior fittings of motor vehicles (identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators);
78) Council of 21 November 1994, Directive 94/55/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States with regard to the transport of dangerous goods by road;
79) Commission on 16 December 1994, Directive 94/68/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 78/318/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicle windscreen wiper and washer systems;
80) Commission of 21 December 1994, Directive 94/78/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 78/549/EEC relating to motor vehicles in mud guards;
81) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 directive 95/28/EC on materials used in the interior construction of certain categories of motor vehicle fire;
82) Commission of 20 September 1995 directive 95/48/EC amending Council Directive 92/21/EEC adaptation to technical progress relating to the masses and dimensions of motor vehicles of category M1 (text with EEA relevance);
83) Commission of 31 October 1995 directive 95/54/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 72/245/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Suppression of radio interference produced by caused by spark-ignition engines fitted to motor vehicles and amending Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type approval of motor vehicles and their trailers;
84) Commission of 8 November 1995 directive 95/56/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 74/61/EEC relating to devices to prevent the unauthorized use of motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
85) the European Parliament of 22 January 1996, Directive 96/1/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants emissions from compression ignition engines for use in vehicles, and amending Council Directive 88/77/EEC;
86) Commission of 27 March 1996, Directive 96/20/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/157/EEC relating to motor vehicles with the permissible sound level and exhaust system (text with EEA relevance);
87) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 1996, Directive 96/27/EC laying down the motor vehicle protection of occupants in the event of a side impact and amending Directive 70/156/EEC;
88) a Commission of 17 June 1996, Directive 96/36/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/541/EEC relating to safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
89) Commission of 17 June 1996, Directive 96/37/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 74/408/EEC relating to the Interior fittings of motor vehicles (strength of seats and their anchorages) (text with EEA relevance);
90) Commission of 17 June 1996, Directive 96/38/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/115/EEC relating to anchorages for motor vehicle safety belts (text with EEA relevance);
91) Commission on 2 October 1996, Directive 96/64/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/389/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle towing-devices (text with EEA relevance);
92) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 October 1996 of Directive 96/69/EC amending Directive 70/220/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against air pollution by emissions from motor vehicles;
93) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1996, Directive 96/79/EC laying down the motor vehicle the protection of occupants of vehicles in the event of a frontal impact and amending Directive 70/156/EEC;
94) Commission of 18 April 1997 Directive 97/19/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/221/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers to the liquid fuel tanks and rear underrun protection (text with EEA relevance);
95) Commission of 18 April 1997 Directive 97/20/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 72/306/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against the emission of pollutants from diesel engines of vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
96) Commission of 18 April 1997 Directive 97/21/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 80/1269/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the engine power of motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
97) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 July 1997 Directive 97/27/EC relating to certain categories of motor vehicles and their trailers to the masses and dimensions and amending Directive 70/156/EEC;
98) Commission of 11 June 1997 Directive 97/28/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/756/EEC relating to motor vehicles and their trailers the installation of lighting and light-signalling devices (text with EEA relevance);
99) Commission of 11 June 1997 Directive 97/29/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/757/EEC relating to reflex reflectors for motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
100) Commission of 11 June 1997 Directive 97/30/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/758/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and end-outline marker lamps, front position (side) lamps, rear position (side) lamps and stop lamps (text with EEA relevance);
101) Commission of 11 June 1997 Directive 97/31/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/760/EEC relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and rear registration plate lamps (text with EEA relevance);
102) the Commission of 11 June 1997 Directive 97/32/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/539/EEC relating to reversing lamps for motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
103) Commission of 24 June 1997 Directive 97/39/EC, adapting to technical progress Council of 26 June 1975 Directive 75/443/EEC relating to the reverse and speedometer equipment of motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
104) the Commission of 27 January 1998 Directive 98/12/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 71/320/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to certain categories of motor vehicles and their trailers and braking equipment (text with EEA relevance);
105) Commission 6 February 1998 Directive 98/14/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type approval of motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
106) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 1998 Directive 98/69/EC relating to measures to be taken against air pollution by emissions from motor vehicles amending Council Directive 70/220/EEC;
107) the Commission's 1998 October 2 of Directive 98/77/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/220/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against air pollution by emissions from motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);

108) Commission 30 November 1998 Directive 98/90/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/387/EEC relating to the doors of motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
109) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 December 1998 Directive 98/91/EC relating to motor vehicles and their trailers intended for the transport of dangerous goods by road and amending Directive 70/156/EEC relating to the type approval of motor vehicles and their trailers;
110) Commission of 26 January 1999, Directive 1999/7/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/311/EEC relating to the steering equipment for motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
111) Commission of 16 March 1999, Directive 1999/14/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/538/EEC relating to rear fog lamps for motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
112) Commission of 16 March 1999, Directive 1999/15/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/759/EEC relating to direction indicator lamps for motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
113) Commission of 16 March 1999, Directive 1999/16/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/540/EEC relating to parking lamps for motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
114) Commission of 18 March 1999, Directive 1999/17/EC adapting to technical progress Directive 76/761/EEC relating to motor vehicle headlamps which function as main-beam and/or dipped-beam headlamps and to incandescent electric filament lamps for such headlamps (text with EEA relevance);
115) Commission of 18 March 1999, Directive 1999/18/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 76/762/EEC relating to front fog lamps for motor vehicles and filament lamps for such lamps (text with EEA relevance);
116) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 1999 Directive 1999/96/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression-ignition engines dropped out for vehicles, and the emission of gaseous pollutants emitted from positive-ignition engines fuelled with natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas for use in vehicles, and amending Council Directive 88/77/EEC (text with EEA relevance);
117) Commission of 15 December 1999, Directive 1999/98/EC adapting to European Parliament and Council Directive 96/79/EC laying down the motor vehicle the protection of occupants of vehicles in the event of a frontal impact (text with EEA relevance);
118) Commission of 15 December 1999, Directive 1999/99/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 80/1269/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the engine power of motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
119) the Commission of 15 December 1999, Directive 1999/100/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 80/1268/EEC relating to the carbon dioxide emissions and the fuel consumption of motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
120) Commission of 15 December 1999, Directive 1999/101/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/157/EEC relating to motor vehicles the permissible sound level and the exhaust system (text with EEA relevance);
121) 15 December 1999 Directive 1999/102/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/220/EEC concerning measures to be taken against air pollution by emissions from motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
122) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 February 2000 Directive 2000/4/EC amending Council Directive 74/60/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the Interior equipment of motor vehicles (passenger compartment interior parts other than the interior rear-view mirrors, layout of controls, the roof or sliding roof, the backrest and rear part of the);
123) Commission of 22 February 2000 Directive 2000/3/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 77/541/EEC relating to safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
124) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 March 2000 Directive 2000/8/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/221/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor vehicles and their trailers to the liquid fuel tanks and rear underrun protective devices;
125) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2000 Directive 2000/40/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to motor-vehicle front underrun protection amending Council Directive 70/156/EEC;
126) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 January 2001, Directive 2001/1/EC amending Council Directive 70/220/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against air pollution by emissions from motor vehicles;
127) Commission of 10 April 2001, Directive 2001/27/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 88/77/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression ignition engines for use in vehicles, and the emission of gaseous pollutants from positive ignition engines fuelled with natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas for use in vehicles, and who (text with EEA relevance);
128) Commission of 8 May 2001, Directive 2001/31/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/387/EEC relating to the doors of motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
129) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2001, Directive 2001/43/EC amending Council Directive 92/23/EEC relating to motor vehicles and their trailers and to their fitting indication of tyres;
130) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 September 2001, Directive 2001/56/EC on the approval of motor vehicles and their trailers heating systems, amending Council Directive 70/156/EEC and repealing Council Directive 78/548/EEC;
131) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 November 2001, Directive 2001/85/EC on special provisions for vehicles used for the carriage of passengers comprising more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat and amending Council Directive 70/156/EEC and 97/27/EEC;
132) Commission of 8 May 2001, Directive 2001/92/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 92/22/EEC relating to motor vehicles and their trailers on safety glazing and glazing materials and Council Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type-approval of motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
133) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 December 2001, Directive 2001/100/EC, amending Council Directive 70/220/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against air pollution by emissions from motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
134) Commission 20 December 2001 directive 2001/116/EC, adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type-approval of motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance);
135) the Commission's 2002 1 October Directive 2002/78/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 71/320/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to certain categories of motor vehicles and their trailers and braking equipment;
136) the Commission's 2002 October 3, Directive 2002/80/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 70/220/EEC concerning measures to be taken against air pollution by emissions from motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
137) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 March 2002 Directive 2002/24/EC relating to the type-approval of two or three-wheel motor vehicles and repealing Council Directive 92/61/EEC (text with EEA relevance);
138) the Commission of 21 March 2003 Directive 2003/19/EC of the European Parliament and the Council amending Directive 97/27/EC relating to certain categories of motor vehicles and their trailers to the masses and dimensions, to adapt it to technical progress (text with EEA relevance);
139) Commission of 11 august 2003 Directive 2003/76/EC, amending Council Directive 70/220/EEC concerning measures to be taken against air pollution by emissions from motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
140) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 November 2003 of Directive 2003/97/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to devices for indirect vision and of vehicles equipped with these type approval, amending Directive 70/156/EEC and repealing Directive 71/127/EEC (text with EEA relevance);

141) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 November 2003, Directive 2003/102/EC on the protection of pedestrians and other vulnerable road users before and in a collision with a vehicle in the event of a collision, amending Council Directive 70/156/EEC;
142) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004, Directive 2004/3/EC, amending Council Directive 70/156/EEC and 80/1268/EEC as regards the measurement of carbon dioxide emissions and fuel consumption of N1 vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
143) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004, Directive 2004/11/EC, amending Council Directive 92/24/EEC relating to speed limitation devices or similar speed limitation on-board systems of certain categories of motor vehicles;
144) Commission April 29, 2004 by Directive 2004/78/EC of the European Parliament and the Council amending Directive 2001/56/EC on the approval of motor vehicles and their trailers, as well as heating systems, Council Directive 70/156/EEC for the purpose of its adaptation to technical progress (text with EEA relevance);
145) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 2 February 1995 directive 95/1/EC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles the maximum design speed, maximum torque and maximum net engine power;
146) the Commission of 17 May 2002, Directive 2002/41/EC, adapting to the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 95/1/EC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles the maximum design speed, maximum torque and maximum net engine power;
147) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 June 1997 Directive 97/24/EC on certain components and characteristics of two or three-wheel motor vehicles;
148) Council of 29 October 1993 of Directive 93/93/EEC on the masses and dimensions of two or three-wheel motor vehicles;  
149) the Commission's July 5 2004, Directive 2004/86/EC amending, for the purposes of adapting to technical progress, Council Directive 93/93/EEC for two or three-wheel motor vehicle masses and dimensions; 
150) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 July 2002 Directive 2002/51/EC on two-and three-wheel motor vehicles, the reduction of the level of pollutant emissions, amending Directive 97/24/EC (text with EEA relevance);
151) Commission on 11 august 2003, Directive 2003/77/EC of the European Parliament and the Council amending Directive 97/24/EC and 2002/24/EC relating to the type-approval of two or three-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
152) Council on 5 April 1993 of Directive 93/14/EEC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles;
153) Council of 29 October 1993 of Directive 93/92/EEC on the installation of lighting and light-signalling devices on two or three-wheel motor vehicles;
154) Commission of 22 November 2000 Directive 2000/73/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 93/92/EEC on the installation of lighting and light-signalling devices on two or three-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
155) Council of 14 June 1993 of Directive 93/30/EEC on audible warning devices for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles;
156) Council of 29 October 1993 of Directive 93/94/EEC relating to the space for mounting the rear registration plate of two or three-wheel motor vehicles;
157) Commission 20 April 1999 Directive 1999/26/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 93/94/EEC relating to the space for mounting the rear registration plate of two or three-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
158) Council of 14 June 1993 of Directive 93/31/EEC on stands for two-wheel motor vehicles;
159) Commission of 22 November 2000 Directive 2000/72/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 93/31/EEC on stands for two-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
160) Council of 14 June 1993 of Directive 93/33/EEC on protective devices intended to prevent the unauthorized use of two-or three-wheel motor vehicles;
161) of the Commission of 9 April 1999, Directive 1999/23/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 93/33/EEC on protective devices intended to prevent the unauthorized use of two-or three-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
162) Council of 14 June 1993 of Directive 93/32/EEC on passenger hand-holds on two-wheel motor vehicles;
163) a Commission of 9 April 1999, Directive 1999/24/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 93/32/EEC on passenger hand-holds on two-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
164) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 March 2000 Directive 2000/7/EC on speedometers for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles and amending Council Directive 92/61/EEC on the type-approval of two-or three-wheel motor vehicles;
165) Council of 14 June 1993 of Directive 93/29/EEC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicle the identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators;
166) the Commission of 22 November 2000 Directive 2000/74/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 93/29/EEC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicle the identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators (text with EEA relevance);
167) Council of 14 June 1993 of Directive 93/34/EEC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles;
168) the Commission of 9 April 1999, Directive 1999/25/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 93/34/EEC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
169) Commission on 14 October 2004, Directive 2004/104/EC adapting to technical progress Council Directive 72/245/EEC relating to the radio interference (electromagnetic compatibility) of vehicles and amending Council Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type-approval of vehicles and trailers (text with EEA relevance);
170) the Commission's 16 February 2005 Directive 2005/11/EC, amending Council Directive 92/23/EEC relating to tyres for motor vehicles and their trailers and to their fitting, to adapt it to technical progress (text with EEA relevance);
171) Commission 7 March 2005 Directive 2005/21/EC, adapting to technical progress Council Directive 72/306/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against the emission of pollutants from diesel engines for use in vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
172) of the Commission of 29 March 2005, the Directive 2005/27/EC of the European Parliament and the Council amending Directive 2003/97/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to devices for indirect vision and of vehicles equipped with these type approval in order to adapt it to technical progress (text with EEA relevance);
173) the Commission 22 April 2005 of Directive 2005/30/EC amending, for the purposes of their adaptation to technical progress of European Parliament and Council Directive 97/24/EC and 2002/24/EC relating to the type-approval of two or three-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
174) the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005, directives 2005/39/EC, amending Council Directive 74/408/EEC relating to motor vehicles with regard to the seats, their anchorages and head restraints (text with EEA relevance);
175) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 of Directive 2005/40/EC, amending Council Directive 77/541/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
176) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 Directive 2005/41/EC amending Council Directive 76/115/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to anchorages for motor-vehicle safety belts (text with EEA relevance);
177) the Commission's 25 July 2005 Directive 2005/49/EC, amending Council Directive 72/245/EEC relating to the radio interference (electromagnetic compatibility) of vehicles and Council Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type-approval of motor vehicles and their trailers in order to adapt them to technical progress (text with EEA relevance);
178) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 September 2005, directives 2005/55/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression ignition engines for use in vehicles, and the emission of gaseous pollutants from positive ignition engines fuelled with natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas for use in vehicles, and who (text with EEA relevance);
179) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 October 2005, Directive 2005/66/EC relating to the use of frontal protection systems on motor vehicles and amending Council Directive 70/156/EEC;

180) the Commission of 14 November 2005 Directive 2005/78/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2005/55/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression ignition engines for use in vehicles, and the emission of gaseous pollutants from positive ignition engines fuelled with natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas for use in vehicles and as well as amending annexes I, II, III, IV and VI thereto (text with EEA relevance);
181) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 October 2005 of Directive 2005/64/EC on type-approval of motor vehicles with regard to their reusability, recyclability and recoverability and amending Council Directive 70/156/EEC;
182) the Commission of 23 November 2005, directives 2005/83/EC amending, for the purposes of their adaptation to technical progress, Council Directive 72/245/EEC, annexes I, VI, VII, VIII, IX and X relating to the radio interference (electromagnetic compatibility) of vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
183) the Commission of 17 February 2006 the directive 2006/20/EC amending, for the purposes of adapting to technical progress, Council Directive 70/221/EEC relating to motor vehicles and their trailers fuel tanks and rear underrun protection (text with EEA relevance);
184) Commission on March 3, 2006 the directive 2006/27/EC, adapting to technical progress, Council Directive 93/14/EEC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles and Council Directive 93/34/EEC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles, the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 95/1/EC on statutory markings for two-or three-wheel motor vehicles the maximum design speed , maximum torque and maximum net engine power and European Parliament and Council Directive 97/24/EC on certain components and characteristics of two or three-wheel motor vehicles (text with EEA relevance);
185) the Commission of 6 March 2006, Directive 2006/28/EC amending, for the purposes of their adaptation to technical progress, Council Directive 72/245/EEC relating to the radio interference (electromagnetic compatibility) of vehicles and Council Directive 70/156/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the type-approval of motor vehicles and their trailers (text with EEA relevance).
Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister k. Peters Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force by 1 July 2006.
The provisions of the directive-European Union law database of the Ministry of transport submitted http://eur-lex.europa.eu/lv/index.htm version of annex 1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 June 2006 regulations No 505 i. wheel vehicle classification, category definitions and the criteria for fixing 1. L category-two-, three-or four-wheeled vehicles: 1.1. L1 category-two-wheel vehicles (two-wheel mopeds) with maximum speed of constructive not more than 45 km/h and a cylinder capacity not exceeding 50 cm3 (internal combustion type engines) or the maximum rated output of not more than 4 kW (electric motors);
1.2. L2 category-three-wheel vehicles (three-wheel mopeds) with a maximum speed of constructive not more than 45 km/h and a cylinder capacity not exceeding 50 cm3 (positive-ignition engines type) or the maximum net power of not more than 4 kW (other types of internal combustion type engines) or the maximum rated output of not more than 4 kW (electric motors);
1.3. Category l3e-two-wheel vehicles (solo motorcycle) engine capacity (internal combustion type engines) of more than 50 cm3 or of which the maximum design speed of more than 45 km/h;
1.4. category L4 – three-wheel vehicles (motorcycles with side cars) engine capacity (internal combustion type engines) of more than 50 cm3 or of which the maximum design speed of more than 45 km/h;
1.5. category L5e – three-wheel vehicles (motor tricycle) with a symmetrical arrangement of wheels, with an engine capacity (internal combustion type engines) of more than 50 cm3 or of which the maximum design speed of more than 45 km/h;
1.6. category l6e, four-wheel vehicles (light quadricycles), incomplete mass not exceeding 350kg (not including battery electric vehicles batteries) with a maximum speed of constructive not more than 45 km/h and a cylinder capacity not exceeding 50 cm3 (positive-ignition engines type) or the maximum net power of not more than 4 kW (other types of internal combustion type engines) or the maximum rated output of not more than 4 kW (electric motors). These vehicles are subject to the same technical requirements that L2 category vehicles, except where the individual components are defined in the directives differently;
1.1. category L7 – four-wheel vehicles (quads) that differ from category l6e vehicles and that incomplete mass not exceeding 400kg (550kg, if they are intended for carrying goods), not including the electric vehicle batteries, and whose maximum net power output does not exceed 15 kW. These vehicles are subject to the same technical requirements that vehicles of category L5e unless the individual components of the directive it is stipulated differently.
2. Category M-motor vehicles intended for the carriage of passengers or special work and having at least four wheels: 2.1.-category M1 motor vehicles (passenger cars), intended for the carriage of passengers or special work and equipped with not more than nine seats (including the driver). Types of vehicles of category M1 are defined in point 7 of this annex;
2.2-category M2 motor vehicles (buses), intended for the carriage of passengers or special work, equipped with more than nine seats (including the driver) and the permissible total laden weight of which does not exceed five tons;
2.3. Category M3: motor vehicles (buses), intended for the carriage of passengers or special work, equipped with more than nine seats (including the driver) and the laden weight exceeds five tonnes.
3. category M2 and M3 vehicles with up to 22 passenger seats (driver), divided into two classes: A class: 3.1 buses whose design provides for standing passengers. This class of coaches have seats and their equipment should also provide for standing passengers;
3.2. Class b: buses containing only seats and which, by their design, do not provide for standing passengers.
4. vehicles of categories M2 and M3, with more than 22 passenger seats (driver), divided into three classes: (I) class 4.1: parking spaces equipped with passenger buses whose design provides frequent passenger movement. This class buses are usually intended for the carriage of passengers in urban and suburban routes. The bus is considered class I bus, if it meets the following main konstruktīvaj requirements: 4.1.1. first axle capacity is at least 20% (slogot position) or 25% (slogot position) of the total mass of the vehicle;
4.1.2. the minimum number of working the door, depending on the number of passengers is the following: 4.1.2.1. from 9 to 45 passengers-x 1;
4.1.2.2. from 46 to 70 passengers, 2 PCs.;
4.1.2.3. from 71 to 100 passengers – 3 PCs.;
4.1.2.4. over 100 passengers – 4 PCs.;
4.1.3. the height of the door is at least 1800 mm; 4.1.4 main tunnels slope does not exceed 8% in the longitudinal direction;
4.1.5. the seat depth is at least 35 cm distance between the longitudinal 4.1.6 seat backs are at least 65 cm; 4.1.7. bus is equipped with firm and siksnveid handles for standing passengers;
4.1.8. the first step height not exceeding 36 cm (43 cm, where mechanical suspension);
4.1.9. the overall height of the tread is between 12 to 25 cm and depth is at least 20 cm; the number of bus parking spaces 4.1.10. contains not less than 20% of the total number of passengers;
4.2. Class II: buses, which are mainly intended for the carriage of seated passengers, however, their design is intended for standing passengers in the gangway or area not exceeding two dubultsēdviet in a busy area. This class buses are usually intended for the carriage of passengers on Intercity routes;
4.3. Class III: buses that constructively intended exclusively for the carriage of seated passengers. This class buses are usually intended for the carriage of passengers, the tourist traffic.
5. Category N-power-driven vehicles intended for the carriage of goods or performance of the work, having at least four wheels: 5.1. N1-motor vehicles (trucks), intended for the carriage of goods or work carried out and the permissible total laden weight of which does not exceed 3.5 tonnes. Vehicles of category N1, depending on their mass, adjusted (KP) divided into the following classes: 5.1.1 (I) class with CP ≤ 1305 kg;
5.1.2 class III with 1305 kg KP 1760 kg; < ≤
5.1.3 class III with 1760 kg < KP. 

Note the. Unladen mass of the vehicle in the adjusted (CP) is used in the equivalent inertia of the vehicle mass, performing experiments on the dynamometer bench. Corrected mass is determined by: 1) plus 100 kg unladen kerb mass of the vehicle, if determining the mass of the mass not taken a driver (75 kg);
2) subtracting the unladen mass of the vehicle in the 75 kg and 100 kg plus, if determining the mass of the driver's mass is taken (75 kg).
5.2. Category N2: motor vehicles (trucks), intended for the carriage of goods or work carried out and the laden weight of more than 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 12 metric tons;
5.3. Category N3-motor vehicles (trucks), intended for the carriage of goods or work carried out and that the full weight of over 12 tons. 
Note: when the towing vehicle is designed to be compatible with the semi-trailer or a trailer with central axle, then a full mass, after which it must be regarded as a category of driving with a mass of the towing vehicle plus the mass of the semi-trailer or centre-axle trailer to the towing vehicle, and when it can be extended, the towing vehicle payload.
6. Category O-motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers: 6.1. Category O1: trailers and semi-trailers where the full mass not exceeding 0.75 tonnes;
6.2. Category O2: trailers and semi-trailers where the mass is greater than 0.75 tonnes but not exceeding 3.5 tonnes;
6.3. Category O3 – trailers and semi-trailers where the mass of more than 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 10 tonnes;
6.4. Category O4: trailers and semi-trailers where the full mass exceeding 10 tonnes.
7. (G) category-the departure of increased motor vehicles: Note: These vehicle categories used in the legend that is the symbol of the combined designation "M" or "N" Add symbol "G".
7.1. category-N1G M1G and vehicles of category N1 with a laden weight does not exceed 2.0 tonnes and vehicles in category M1, if: 7.1.1. vehicle is provided for at least one front and at least one rear axle of the drive at the same time, including vehicles where the drive to one axle can be turned off;
7.1.2. the vehicle is at least one differential locking mechanism or a device with a similar effect and the vehicle without a trailer get over 30% growth;
7.1.3. vehicles in these categories must satisfy at least five of the following conditions: 7.1.3.1. Front overhang angle is at least 25 °;
7.1.3.2. Rear overhang angle is at least 20 °;
7.1.3.3. garenpārgājīb angle is at least 20 °;
7.1.3.4. the ground clearance under the front axle is at least 180 mm, the ground clearance available under 7.1.3.5. rear axle is at least 180 mm. clearance of garenpārgājīb 7.1.3.6 at least 200 mm 7.2. N1G; N2G; M2G and M3G category-vehicles of category N1 with a laden weight of more than 2.0 tons, and N2, M2 or M3 vehicles with a laden weight does not exceed 12 tonnes, if the design provides for all-wheel-drive at a time, including vehicles where the drive to one axle can be turned off, or are the following three conditions: 7.2.1. vehicle structure provides at least one front axle and at least one rear axle of the drive at the same time including that one bridge drive can be turned off;
7.2.2. the vehicle is at least one differential locking mechanism or device with similar effects;
7.2.3. the vehicle without a trailer get over 25% growth;
7.3. category N3G-M3G and M3 vehicles with a laden weight exceeding 12 metric tons, and N3 vehicles, if their construction provides for the recovery of the wheel at the same time, including vehicles where the drive to one axle can be turned off, or the following conditions are fulfilled: 7.3.1. at least half of the number of wheels is towing;
7.3.2. the vehicle is at least one differential locking mechanism or device with similar effects;
7.3.3. the vehicle without a trailer get over 25% growth;
7.3.4. the vehicle complies with at least four of the following conditions: 7.3.4.1. Front overhang angle is at least 25 °;
7.3.4.2. Rear overhang angle is at least 25 °;
7.3.4.3. garenpārgājīb angle is at least 25 °;
7.3.4.4. the ground clearance under the front axle is at least 250 mm. clearance of garenpārgājīb 7.3.4.5 is at least 300 mm clearance under 7.3.4.6. rear axle is at least 250 mm 7.4. vehicles of category G parameter is used to determine such criteria and conditions: 7.4.1. during all measurements of vehicles of category N1 where the full mass not exceeding two tonnes and vehicles in category M1 must match the actual mass of the mass according to the standard EN Latvia 87:1997 "vehicle types and their definitions";
7.4.2. vehicles other than those referred to in paragraph 5.4.1. of this annex, must be loaded by a specific manufacturer, the vehicle's full weight;
7.4.3. the ability to overcome the specific growth (25% and 30%) can confirm with a simple calculation. However, in some cases, the Inspectorate may request a specific type of actual vehicle inspection;
7.2.4. when measuring front and rear overhang angle and angle of garenpārgājīb, no account shall be taken of the protective devices;
7.4.5. the front and rear overhang angle, garenpārgājīb angle, garenpārgājīb clearance and clearance under the bridge: 7.4.5.1. front and rear overhang angle and garenpārgājīb angle definition according to the Latvian standard EN ISO 612:2005 "Motor vehicles and trailers size";
7.4.5.2. garenpārgājīb clearance-the shortest distance between the plane and the road below the fixed point of the vehicle longitudinally. Twin axles are treated as one axle;
7.4.5.3. "ground clearance beneath one axle, the distance from the plane to the highest point of the segment bounded by the Circle line drawn through the wheels of the same axle (in the case of double wheel inner wheel) kontaktlaukum of tyre centres and affects the lowest fixed point of the vehicle between the axles.
8. Special purpose vehicles-category M, N or O for vehicles intended for carrying out special work and which are specially adapted for this purpose bodywork and special equipment: 8. Caravan minivan-specifically designed for category M1 vehicle intended for the carriage of passengers, their temporary accommodation, and with at least the following equipment: 8.1.1. seat and table;
8.1.2. the beds that can be converted into seats;
8.1.3. the device for cooking;
8.1.4. the device for long term food storage; 
Note: this annex 8.1.1.-bottom point 8.1.4. the equipment must be securely fixed, however, the table may be collapsible.
8.2. armored vehicle-vehicle intended for the carriage of passengers or goods carried for protection and which have a special bulletproof cauršaujam equipment;
8.3. emergency medical vehicle-a vehicle of category M intended for the sick or injured people and having special equipment for that purpose;
8.4. katafalkautomobil-motor vehicle, intended for the transport of mortal remains and to which special purpose equipment.
II. Vehicles of category M1 body styles and their definition, All category M1 9 complete technical descriptions of vehicles (annex 4, section I, Chapter 1, section 9.1) and the certificate of conformity (annex 6, section I, Chapter 1, paragraph 37), the manufacturer, importer or distributor shall indicate one of the following body types: 9.1. light passenger cars: 9.1.1. saloon (AA) – according to the standard EN Latvia 87:1997 "vehicle types and their definitions" required by subparagraph 1.2.4.1.1.1. including also vehicles with more than four side Windows;
9.1.2. the hatchback (AB) – sedan with opening rear part;
9.1.3. Universal (AC) – according to the standard EN Latvia 87:1997 "vehicle types and their definitions") (; 1.2.4.1.2.1.
9.1.4. the compartment (AD), according to the Latvian standard EN 87:1997 "vehicle types and their definitions") (; 1.2.4.1.1.3.
9.1.5. convertible (AE)-according to the standard EN Latvia 87:1997 "vehicle types and their definitions") (; 1.2.4.1.1.4.
9.1.6. plašlietojum vehicle (AF) – vehicle bodywork differs from 7.1.1-7.1.5. superstructures and referred to in points for the carriage of passengers and their luggage or the carriage of cargo, in addition, the passenger compartment is not constructive, separated from the cargo area. However, this vehicle is not considered to be a vehicle of category M1, if both the following conditions are met: 9.1.6.2.. the number of seating positions, excluding the driver, is not more than six; 
Notes: 1) seats shall be considered if TRANS is portlīdzekl seats anchorages;
2) seats anchorages is seen as if with simple tools (wrench, screwdriver URu.tml.) and simple connections (threaded collar, clasps, hooks URu.tml.) it is possible to install seats and consolidating.

3) seats anchorages is not considered if it is wound up (aizmetināt, cut, URu.tml.).
9.1.6.2. P – (M + N  68) N where: 68-  P-technically permissible maximum laden mass in kg;
-M-mass in running order in kg;
– N – the number of seating positions, excluding the driver's seat;
9.2. Special passenger cars: 9.3 caravan minivan (SA) (see. 8.1.);
9.4. armoured vehicle (SB) (see. 8.2.);
9.5. emergency medical assistance (SC) (see. 8.3.);
9.6. hearse (SD) (see. 8.4.).
Traffic Minister k. Peters submitted by the Ministry of transport in annex 2 versions of the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 June 2006 regulations No 505 vehicle type, variant and version definitions I. Vehicles of category M1 type, variant and version definition vehicle type 1 – combinations of vehicles where the tractor vehicle is shared the following characteristics: 1. the manufacturer;
1.2. the manufacturer's defined type;
1.3. no fundamental differences in the chassis of constructive;
1.4. engine (internal combustion/electric/hybrid).
2. vehicle type option, the same type of vehicles vehicles share the following features: 2.1 the body type (sedan, Coupe, a universal URu.tml.);
2.2. engine: 2.2.1. working principle (two-stroke, four-stroke, spark ignition, compression ignition);
2.2.2. the number and arrangement of cylinders;
2.2.3. difference of capacity less than or equal to 30% (1.3 times larger than the smallest);
2.2.4. the difference of volume less than or equal to 20% (the largest 1.2 times the lowest);
2.3. drive axle number, position and interconnection;
2.4. guided number and arrangement of the bridge.
3. a variant version-single vehicle group that identifies differences in the technical description of the vehicle type or of the Protocol and the test results in which vehicles have in common the following: 3.1 the full mass;
3.2. engine capacity;
3.3. maximum net power of the engine;
3.4. type of gearbox and number of gears;
3.5. the number of seating positions. 
II. vehicles of categories M2 and M3 of type, variant and version 4 of the definition of vehicle type – combinations of vehicles where the tractor vehicle is shared the following characteristics: 4.1 the manufacturer the last step, that is, the vehicle manufacturer, who, on the basis of another certificate of conformity issued by the manufacturer of the incomplete vehicle, the vehicle manufacture continue to next stage, and the same shall be issued a certificate of conformity to the vehicle as a complete vehicle;
4.2. the vehicle category;
4.3. There is a fundamental difference in the design of the bus: 4.3.1. type of bodywork (single deck, double deck, articulated, low-floor location URu.tml.);
4.3.2. the number and the cross bridge (in front/middle/rear);
4.3.3. type of engine (internal combustion/electric/hybrid);
4.3.4. type of transmission (mechanical, electro-hidromehānisk, URu.tml).
5. vehicle type option, the same type of vehicles vehicles share the following features: 5.1 bus (urban, intercity or tourist coach);
5.2. the degree of completeness (production phase);
engine: 5.3 5.3.1. working principle (two-stroke, four-stroke, spark ignition, compression ignition);
5.3.2. number and arrangement of cylinders;
5.3.3. the difference of capacity less than or equal to 50% (more than 1.5 times the lowest);
5.3.4. the difference of volume less than or equal to 50% (the largest 1.5 times the lowest);
5.3.5. the location (front/middle/rear);
5.4. the full difference in mass less than or equal to 20% (the largest 1.2 times the lowest);
5.5. drive axle number, position and interconnection;
5.6. number of steered axles and housings;
5.7. passenger capacity range (≤ 12; 22, 12 and ≤ > >, 22 and 45 and ≤ ≤ 45; 50; > > in 50 and 70; and ≤ 100 70; > > 100 and ≤ 140; > 140).
6. the variant version of the vehicle – one type of variation of vehicle group that identifies differences in the technical description of the vehicle type or the results of the test protocol.
III. N1, N2 and N3 vehicles of type, variant and version definitions 7. Vehicle type – combinations of vehicles where the tractor vehicle is shared the following characteristics: 7.1 the manufacturer the last step, that is, the vehicle manufacturer, who, on the basis of another certificate of conformity issued by the manufacturer of the incomplete vehicle, the vehicle manufacture continue to next stage, and the same shall be issued a certificate of conformity to the vehicle as a complete vehicle;
7.2. the vehicle category;
7.3. no fundamental differences in the design of the car: 7.3.1. cars with frame and cars without it;
7.3.2. vehicles with load-bearing bodywork and the cars without it;
7.3.3. vehicles with a separate cab and cars without it;
7.4. the number and the cross bridge (in front/middle/rear);
7.5. the type of engine (internal combustion/electric/hybrid);
7.6. transmission type (mechanical, electro-hidromehānisk, URu.tml).
8. vehicle type option, the same type of vehicles vehicles share the following features: 8.1 truck (saddle tractor or freight), or truck body type (truck, truck, tank, konteinervedēj, logging truck, auto transporter in URu.tml.); 
Note: If the vehicle manufacturer or his representative shall include truck type variant identification, the body style is required to be included in the version ID, moreover, in this case, particulars of all the acceptable variant and version combinations.
8.2. the degree of completeness (production phase);
8.3. engine: 8.3.1. working principle (two-stroke, four-stroke, spark ignition, compression ignition);
8.3.2. number and arrangement of cylinders;
8.3.3. the difference of capacity less than or equal to 50% (more than 1.5 times the lowest);
8.3.4. the difference of volume less than or equal to 50% (the largest 1.5 times the lowest);
8.4. the full difference in mass less than or equal to 20% (the largest 1.2 times the lowest);
8.5. drive axle number, position and interconnection;
8.6. guided number and arrangement of the bridge;
9. the variant version of the vehicle – one type of variation of vehicle group that identifies differences in the technical description of the vehicle type or the results of the test protocol. 
IV. O1, O2, O3 and O4 vehicles of type, variant and version definitions 10. Vehicle type – combinations of vehicles where the tractor vehicle is shared the following characteristics: 10.1 the manufacturer the last step, that is, the vehicle manufacturer, who, on the basis of another certificate of conformity issued by the manufacturer of the incomplete vehicle, the vehicle manufacture continue to next stage, and the same shall be issued a certificate of conformity to the vehicle as a complete vehicle;
10.2. vehicle category;
10.3. no fundamental differences in the structure of the vehicle: 10.3.1 the towed vehicle (trailer/centre-axle trailer/semi-trailer);
10.3.2 obvious and important differences in the chassis and structural parts (frame) construction;
10.3.3. the number and the cross bridge (in front/middle/rear);
10.3.4. the braking equipment and main constructive elements: 10.3.4.1. energy accumulation type (hydraulic/pneumatic/electric/combined);
10.3.4.2. brake force creation type (friction/electro/hydraulic);
10.3.4.3. service braking system type (not end operations/activities/puspārtraukt inertia).
11. vehicle type option, the same type of vehicles vehicles share the following features: 11.1. trailers (cargo box truck, konteinervedēj, logging truck, tank, auto transporter in URu.tml.);
11.2. the degree of completeness (production phase);
11.3. the full difference in mass less than or equal to 20% (the largest 1.2 times the lowest);
11.4. controlled the number and arrangement of the bridge.
12. the variant version of the vehicle – one type of variation of vehicle group that identifies differences in the technical description of the vehicle type.
V. L category vehicles of type, variant and version definitions 13. Type of vehicle – combinations of vehicles where the tractor vehicle is shared the following characteristics: 13.1. vehicle category;
13.2. the manufacturer;
13.3. the manufacturer's defined type;
13.4. chassis.
14. vehicle type option, the same type of vehicles vehicles may be different the following features: 14.1. body (frame) form;
14.2. the unladen mass, and the technically permissible maximum mass (difference of 20%);
14.3. the type of engine (positive-ignition, compression ignition, electric/hybrid);
14.4. the engine operating cycle (two-stroke or four-stroke);
14.5. cylinder capacity (differ by more than 30%);
14.6. number and arrangement of cylinders;
9.1. power (differ by more than 30%);
14.8. mode of action (electric motors only);
9.3. traction battery count and capacity.

15. the variant version of the vehicle – one type or variant of vehicles vehicles may be different the following: 15.1 the transmission type (automatic or non-automatic gearbox, gear ratios, gear-shift method URu.tml.);
15.2. cylinder capacity (difference of less than 30%);
15.3. capacity (difference of less than 30%);
15.4. the unladen mass, and the technically permissible maximum mass (difference of less than 20%);
15.5. other significant differences not related to the above, but are referred to the technical description of the vehicle type.
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