Regulation (2009:1) On Environment And Traffic Safety Requirements For Government Cars And Car Travel

Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:1) om miljö- och trafiksäkerhetskrav för myndigheters bilar och bilresor

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Introduction



section 1 of this regulation provides for the environmental and

traffic safety requirements for government purchasing, leasing and

the use of cars as well as for certain contracted road transport.

The aim is to increase the proportion of environmentally sound and

roadworthy vehicles.



The regulation applies to public authorities under the Government.



The regulation does not apply to vehicles belonging to the State and which is

manufactured for specific military purposes.



Definitions



paragraph 2 of this regulation,



alcolocks: such a device in a vehicle that prevents

the vehicle is started and run by drivers have alcohol in

the exhaled air,



stability control systems: a technical support system that reduces the risk

for cable,



gasoline: gasoline referred to in such fuel Act (2011:319)



car hire: hire of a car without a driver for a period of less than one year,



diesel: diesel fuel referred to in such fuel Act,



renewable fuels "means renewable fuels produced

from renewable energy sources as defined in article 2 of

European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/77/EC of 27

September 2001 on the promotion of electricity produced from renewable

energy sources in the internal electricity market, as last amended by

European Parliament and Council directive 2009/28/EC,



Leasing: hire of a car with a definite rental period of at least one

year. Regulation (2011:351).



section 3 With green car referred to in this regulation cover a passenger car

meets the requirements for exemption from the vehicle tax according to Chapter 2.

11 a of the road tax Act (2006:227).

Regulation (2011:351).



section 4 of the Other designations used in this regulation has the same

meaning as in the Act (2001:559) road traffic code definitions and in

Ordinance (2001:651) on road traffic definitions.



Environmental requirements in government purchases, leasing and use of

cars



Passenger cars



5 § The passenger cars as an authority buys into or included

leases about to be eco-friendly cars.



This requirement does not apply



1. passenger vehicles with more than four seats in addition to the

the driver,



2. emergency vehicles,



3. vehicles that Police, security police, the Customs and Excise Department

or the Coast Guard uses in its intelligence services,

or



4. passenger cars which are specially adapted for personal protection.



If there are special reasons, an authority in other

cases buy or enter into leases of a passenger car which is not

is a green car. Regulation (2014:1280).



section 6, at least 50 per cent of the total number of passenger cars

emergency vehicles as an authority buys into or included

lease if during a calendar year will be green cars.



This requirement does not apply to passenger vehicles with more than four seats

In addition to the driver's seat.



section 7 of The cars which an authority buys into or included

lease and which are not environmentally friendly cars may emit

not more than 225 grams of CO2 per kilometer in mixed driving

According to the road traffic register or equivalent

Foreign registry.



This requirement does not apply



1. emergency vehicles,



2. vehicles that Police, security police, the Customs and Excise Department

or the Coast Guard uses in its intelligence services,

or



3. vehicles specially designed for personal protection.

Regulation (2014:1280).



section 8 passenger cars are equipped with technology for service only

with diesel, emit no more than 5 milligrams of particulate matter per

kilometre according to the road traffic register or

equivalent foreign register.



This requirement does not apply to vehicles which police authorities,

The security police, the customs service or the Coast Guard uses in

their intelligence services. Regulation (2014:1280).



section 9 if there are special reasons, an authority in other

cases buy or enter into leases of a passenger car which is not

meets the requirements of section 7 or 8.



Light trucks



section 10 of The light trucks as an authority to purchase or

includes the lease of may emit no more than 230 grams of CO2

per kilometer in mixed driving, reportedly in the

road traffic register or an equivalent foreign register.



This requirement does not apply



1. emergency vehicles,



2. vehicles that Police, security police, the Customs and Excise Department

or the Coast Guard uses in its intelligence services,

or



3. vehicles specially designed for personal protection.

Regulation (2014:1280).



section 11 light trucks equipped with technology for operation

only with diesel, emit no more than 5 milligrams of particulate matter

per kilometre according to the road traffic register or

equivalent foreign register.



This requirement does not apply to vehicles which police authorities,

The security police, the customs service or the Coast Guard uses in

their intelligence services. Regulation (2014:1280).



section 12 if there are special reasons, an authority in other

cases buy or enter into leases of a light truck that

does not meet the requirements of section 10 or 11.



section 13 If it for a light truck is missing indication of

carbon dioxide emissions in road traffic register or equivalent

Foreign registry, the emissions shall be calculated according to section 10 of

based on the information contained in the road traffic register or equivalent

Foreign registry if the engine power, the car's curb weight,

specified fuel and gear box.



Transportation Board may provide for how

the calculation should be made. Regulation (2010:1104).



The use of cars



section 14 of The Agency shall ensure that the cars that authority

use and equipped with technology for operation in whole or

partially with renewable fuels, to the greatest extent possible,

powered by such fuels.



Traffic safety requirements for Government purchases and leasing of cars



Ignition interlock device



section 15 of the cars which an authority buys into or included

leases on should, as far as possible, be

equipped with ALCO locks.



16 § authorities shall endeavour to at least 75% of the

cars as an authority owns or leases shall be equipped with:

ignition interlock device from 1 January 2012.



section 17 Requirements according to sections 15 and 16 do not apply



1. emergency vehicles,



2. vehicles that Police, security police, the Customs and Excise Department

or the Coast Guard uses in its intelligence services,

or



3. vehicles specially designed for personal protection.

Regulation (2014:1280).



Crash protection



section 18 of The cars which an authority buys into or included

leasing agreement shall be of a type



1. have a minimum of 32.5 points for testing according to the former

protocols in the European crash test programme (EUR

NCAP):



-Frontal impact testing protocol version 4.1, 4.2 or

4.3,



-Side impact testing protocol version 4.1 or 4.2,



-Pole Side impact testing protocol version 4.1, 4.2 or

4.3,



-Assessment protocol version 4.1, 4.2 or 4.3,



-Seat belt reminder assessment protocol version 1.2,



2. According to a certificate from the manufacturer have corresponding

crash protection properties of such type which has received at least

32.5 score when tested in accordance with 1,



3. have received at least 31.5 score during the testing of protection for

adult occupants in the assessment according to the later Euro NCAP's

Assessment Protocol – Overall Rating of 5.0, a

at least 2 points for whiplash protection and have

seat belt reminder on the driver and the front seat,

or



4. According to a certificate from the manufacturer have corresponding

crash characteristics according to the requirements of 3. Regulation (2010:1104).



section 19 of The cars which an authority buys into or included

leasing agreement shall be of a type



1. have had at least 14 points for pedestrian protection testing

According to Euro NCAP Pedestrian Protocol version 5.1, or



2. According to a certificate from the manufacturer have corresponding

crash protection properties of such type which has received at least

14 points at testing 1. Regulation (2010:1104).



section 20 requirements of §§ 18 and 19 do not apply



1. passenger vehicles with more than four seats in addition to the

the driver, or



2. vehicles that Police, security police, the Customs and Excise Department

or the Coast Guard uses in its intelligence services.



If there are special reasons, an authority in other

cases buy or enter into leases of a passenger car which is not

comply with the requirements of §§ 18 and 19. Regulation (2014:1280).



section 21 of cars where testing is not carried out or certificate not

issued in accordance with sections 18 and 19, the Transport Board announce

regulations on



1. earlier versions of the Protocol specified in 18 and 19

sections can be accepted, and



2. acceptable levels of stringency for other systems for testing

crash protection.



Antiskid (antilock) braking



section 22 of The cars and light trucks by an authority buys

in or lease if shall be equipped with:

stability control systems.



If there are special reasons, a Government buy-in, or enter into

lease of a vehicle which does not meet the requirement referred to in the first

paragraph.



Environmental and road safety requirements in government procurement of

some road transport



Car rental



section 23 in the procurement of the rental of passenger vehicles with four

seats or fewer in addition to the driver's seat, the authority shall

choose green cars complying with the requirements of 18, 19 and 22 sections.



section 24 for the procurement of the rental of passenger vehicles with more than four

seats in addition to the driver's seat and light trucks should

Authority choose vehicles that meet the requirements of sections 7 to 13.



section 25 if there are special reasons, an authority on

procurement of car hire choose vehicles that do not meet the requirements

referred to in paragraphs 23 and 24.



Taxi fares



section 26 in the procurement of taxi fares to be performed with

passenger cars with four seats or fewer in addition to

the driving position, the authority shall choose green cars that meet

requirements of 18, 19 and 22 sections.



section 27 for the procurement of taxi fares to be performed with

passenger vehicles with more than four seats in addition to the driver's seat

and light trucks, the authority shall choose vehicles that meet

the requirements set out in paragraphs 7-13.




section 28 if there are special reasons, an authority on

procurement of taxi fares choose vehicles that do not meet the

requirements referred to in paragraphs 26 and 27.



section 29 in the procurement of taxi trips, when the Authority ensure that

cars that are equipped with technology for operating wholly or partly

with renewable fuels, to the greatest extent possible, powered

with such fuels.



Accounting requirements



section 30 All authorities by 1 March each year

submit a report to the Transport Board for their

purchases, their leasing and their tenders during the

preceding calendar year. Of Exposition, the following

tasks include:



1. how many cars purchased and leased during the year,

broken down by type of vehicle,



2. how many procurement of car rental and taxi journeys

during the year,



3. with the technology for operating as purchased and leased

cars are equipped,



4. what percentage of the purchased and leased passenger cars

and light trucks that are emergency vehicles or as

specially adapted for personal protection,



5. how large the total volume of spent fuel

is for such Green cars which are outfitted with technology

operating wholly or partly with alternative fuel, distributed

on the type of fuel and the type of vehicle,



6. what proportion of the purchased and leased cars, and by

the cars which the Authority owns or leases that are

equipped with ignition interlock device, and



7. what derogations it has made from

the provisions of this regulation on the basis of paragraph 5 of the third

paragraph, section 9, section 12, section 20, second paragraph, section 22 of the other

paragraph, section 25 or 28, as well as what specific reasons have

justification these deviations. Regulation (2010:1104).



section 31 of the Transport Board may provide for how a

reporting under section 30 shall be made.



32 § Transport Agency to do a follow-up

the authorities ' statements under section 30 and in the

include such a statement referred to therein for the own

the business. The follow-up to be given to the Government

by 1 april each year. Regulation (2010:1104).



Transitional provisions



2009:1



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2010 as far as

refer to § 19 and February 1, 2009.



2. the provisions of paragraphs 23 to 29 shall not apply in the case of

contracts which an authority has started before the

the entry into force.



3. the Regulation (2004:1364) on government purchasing and leasing

of eco-friendly cars expire at the end of January

2009. For the period until 31 december 2008 shall be a

statement provided pursuant to sections 10 and 11 of the repealed

the regulation.