7. "Normal condition of use of a vehicle" means: 2.24.1.             for a motor vehicle, when the vehicle is ready to move with its propulsion engine running and its movable components in the normal position(s) as defined in paragraph 2.23.; 2.24.2.             and for a trailer, when the trailer is connected to a drawing motor vehicle in the conditions as prescribed in paragraph 2.24.1. and its movable components are in the normal position(s) as defined in paragraph 2.23. Electrical connections. 6.2.8.2. 6.4.7.2. After adjustment of the initial inclination, the vertical inclination of the dipped-beam, expressed in percent, shall be measured in static conditions under all the loading conditions defined in Annex 5. 8.13. The man was brought up on DUI charges.Eventually, all charges were dropped because he was stopped illegally. 6.22.9.1. In length:  at least one side-marker lamp must be fitted to the middle third of the vehicle, the foremost side-marker lamp being not further than 3 m from the front. Paragraph 5.21.2. does not apply to retro-reflectors. The angles of geometric visibility shall be checked in accordance with paragraph 2.13. of this Regulation. Mandatory on trailers over 1,600 mm to 1,800 mm wide and over 4 metres in length unless two side marker lamps complying with the requirements ADR 45/.. are fitted to the side of the trailer and positioned in accordance with clauses 7.2.1 and 7.2.2 of this vehicle standard or side marker lamps complying with ADR 74/00 and fitted according to paragraph 6.18 of Appendix A of this vehicle standard. This Standard commences on the day after it is registered. TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS. MAIN‑BEAM HEADLAMP (Regulations Nos. Instead of using floating platforms, the same effect can be achieved by moving the vehicle backwards and forwards for at least a complete wheel revolution. Make sure that other road users can see your parked vehicle. "Illuminating surface" (see Annex 3); 2.9.1. 6.9.4.2. The visibility of the illuminating surface, including its visibility in areas which do not appear to be illuminated in the direction of observation considered, must be ensured within a divergent space defined by generating lines based on the perimeter of the illuminating surface and forming an angle of not less than 5° with the axis of reference of the headlamp. Must only be lighted when the headlamp control switch is in the “lamp on” position. 13 and 13-H is no longer provided or if the hazard warning signal is activated. Circuit-closed tell‑tale mandatory. DIPPED BEAM HEADLAMPS, 8.1.1. 7.1.5. 4.2. Only 3 left. 8.13.1. 6.21.4.2.1.1.    for motor vehicles, each end of the vehicle, or in the case of tractors for semi-trailers the each end of the cab; 6.21.4.2.1.2.    for trailers, each end of the vehicle (excluding the drawbar). 2.10. To be considered visible, the lamp must provide an unobstructed view of the apparent surface of at least 12.5 square centimetres, except for side direction-indicators of categories 5 and 6. 5.2. 46 10/03/97 are deemed to be equivalent to the S3  Category stop lamp installation requirements of this standard. "End‑outline marker lamp" means the lamp fitted near to the extreme outer edge and as close as possible to the top of the vehicle and intended to indicate clearly the vehicle's overall width. 7.2.9. 6.1.4.2. Road Rule 217 states that drivers must not use front or rear fog lights unless driving in fog or other hazardous weather conditions that cause reduced visibility. 9.22. parking lamp:                                           white in front, red at the rear, amber if reciprocally incorporated in the side direction-indicator lamps or in the side‑marker lamps. 11. (b)     The dipped-beams may remain switched on at the same time as the main-beams. The following are likewise considered not to be "vehicles of a different type":  vehicles which differ within the meaning of paragraphs 2.2.1. to 2.2.4., but not in such a way as to entail a change in the kind, number, positioning and geometric visibility of the lamps and the inclination of the dipped‑beam prescribed for the vehicle type in question, and vehicles on which optional lamps are fitted or are absent: 2.2.1.               the dimension and the external shape of the vehicle; 2.2.2.               the number and positioning of the devices; 2.2.3.               the headlamp-levelling system; 2.2.4.               the suspension system. If a Party to the Agreement applying this Regulation withdraws an approval it has previously granted, it shall forthwith so notify the other Contracting Parties applying this Regulation by means of a communication form conforming to the model in Annex 1 to this Regulation. Production definitely discontinued...................................................................................... 86, 11. A mode of a class C, V, E, or W passing beam shall not be modified to become a bending mode of said class (T-signal applies in combination with the signal of said passing beam class according to paragraphs 6.22.7.4.1. through 6.22.7.4.4. above) unless at least one of the following characteristics (or equivalent indications) are evaluated: (a)     the angle of lock of the steering; (b)     the trajectory of the centre of gravity of the vehicle. PENALTIES FOR NON‑CONFORMITY OF PRODUCTION. 48 as amended by the 04 series of amendments and Regulation No. Apparent surface based on light‑emitting surface. In length:  no special requirement. REAR RETRO‑REFLECTOR, NON‑TRIANGULAR. 8.7.1. Lamps may be grouped, combined or reciprocally incorporated with one another provided that all requirements regarding colour, position, orientation, geometric visibility, electrical connections and other requirements, if any, are fulfilled. That point on the illuminating surface which is farthest from the vehicle’s median longitudinal plane must: 7.2.4.3.1.                  in the case of rear lamps, not be more than 300 mm from the rear of the side of the vehicle on which the lamp is mounted. On chassis‑cabs the rear end‑outline marker lamps are optional. 1.4. "Light emitting surface" of a "lighting device", "light‑signalling device" or a retro‑reflector means all or part of the exterior surface of the transparent material as declared in he request for approval by the manufacturer of the device on the drawing, see Annex 3; 2.9. 2/         Strike out what does not apply, or repeat "yes" or "no". "Principal passing beam (principal dipped beam)" means the dipped beam produced without the contribution of infrared (IR) emitter and/or additional light sources for bend lighting. In the case where a headlamp levelling device is necessary to satisfy the requirements of paragraph 6.22.6.1.2., the device shall be automatic. 7). 6.22.6.2.2. In the event of a failure of this device, the passing beam shall not assume a position in which the dip is less than it was at the time when the failure of the device occurred. The angle of the light beam from the dipped‑beam headlamps must be determined under the following loading conditions; 2.3.1.1.            vehicle unladen and one person in the driver's seat; 2.3.1.2.            driver, plus a load so distributed as to give the maximum technically permissible load on the rear axle or axles, or the maximum permissible mass of the vehicle, whichever occurs first, without exceeding a front axle load calculated as the sum of the front axle load of the unladen vehicle plus 25 per cent of the maximum permissible payload on the front axle. Presence (see figure below). Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 12.7. or 12.8. above, approvals of vehicle types to the preceding series of amendments to the Regulation which are not affected by the 03 series of amendments shall remain valid and Contracting Parties applying the Regulation shall continue to accept them. 6.2.6.2.3. 8. 6.21.4.1.3. 2.1.2. Where four concealable headlamps are fitted their raised position must prevent the simultaneous operation of any additional headlamps fitted, if these are intended to provide light signals consisting of intermittent illumination at short intervals (see paragraph 5.12.) 7.2.4.2. Generally, traffic pulls over to the left until the vehicle passes. In width:  no special requirement. (b)     compliance with the automatic operating requirements according to paragraphs 6.22.7.4.1. through 6.22.7.4.5. above. Other requirements. For changing over from the dipped-beam to the main-beam at least one pair of lighting units for the main‑beam shall be activated. If bend lighting is produced by a horizontal movement of the whole beam or the kink of the elbow of the cut-off, it shall be activated only if the vehicle is in forward motion; this shall not apply if bend lighting is produced for a right turn in right hand traffic (left turn in left hand traffic). APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL. AU $31.45. The angle of the light beam from the dipped‑beam headlamps must be determined under the following loading conditions: 2.2.1.               vehicle unladen and one person in the driver's seat; 2.2.2.               vehicles laden such that each axle carries its maximum technically permissible load or until the maximum permissible mass of the vehicle is attained by loading the front and rear axles proportionally to their maximum technically permissible loads, whichever occurs first. 8. 6.20.4.2. Consider that the modifications made are unlikely to have an appreciable adverse effect and that in any case the vehicle still meets the requirements; or. Annex 1              Communication concerning the approval or refusal or extension or withdrawal of approval or production definitely discontinued of a vehicle type with regard to the installation of lighting and light signalling devices pursuant to Regulation no. The aggregate maximum intensity of the main‑beam headlamps which can be switched on simultaneously shall not exceed 225,000 cd, which corresponds to a reference value of 75. ILLUMINATING SURFACE IN COMPARISON WITH LIGHT‑EMITTING SURFACE, (See paragraphs 2.9. and 2.8. of this Regulation), PROJECTED   Surface of lens shown flat for convenience   VIEW   AXIS OF REFERENCE   SKETCH B, Surface of lens shown flat for convenience, AND VISIBILITY OF A WHITE LAMP TO THE REAR, (See paragraphs 5.10.1. and 5.10.2. of this Regulation), Visibility of a white lamp to the rear   Visibility of a red lamp to the front, Visibility of a white lamp to the rear, STATES OF LOADING TO BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION IN DETERMINING VARIATIONS IN THE VERTICAL ORIENTATION OF THE DIPPED‑BEAM HEADLAMPS. AU $125.00. As from 30 months for vehicles of categories M1 and N1 and 48 months for vehicles of other categories after the official date of entry into force of the 04 series of amendments, Contracting Parties applying this Regulation shall grant approvals only if the vehicle type to be approved meets the requirements of this Regulation as amended by the 04 series of amendments. OF THIS REGULATION. Depending on the mounting height in metres (h) of the lower edge of the apparent surface in the direction of the reference axis of the dipped‑beam headlamp, measured on the unladen vehicles, the vertical inclination of the cut‑off of the dipped- beam shall, under all the static conditions of Annex 5, remain between the following limits and the initial aiming shall have the following values: limits:                                         between ‑0.5 per cent and ‑2.5 per cent, initial aiming:                               between ‑1.0 per cent and ‑1.5 per cent. Available permanent structure does not include structural elements which would need to be provided for the sole purpose of mounting these lamps. Horizontal angle:        For S1 or S2 categories devices:  45° to the left and to the right of the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; For S3 or S4 categories devices:  10° to the left and to the right of the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; Vertical angle :           For S1 or S2 categories devices:  15° above and below the horizontal. 9.3. 6.2.6.2. In width:  that point on the illuminating surface which is farthest from the vehicle's median longitudinal plane shall not be more than 400 mm from the extreme outer edge of the vehicle. Initial inclination, 2.1.1. If several buttons are used to adjust the beam, the button which gives the greatest downward inclination must be installed to the left or below the button(s) for other dipped‑beam positions. 7.2.3.4. 6.10.5.1. 2.4.2. Parking lamps:              yes/ no 2/. In determining the above loading conditions, account must be taken of any loading restrictions laid down by the manufacturer. Pirate Mfg Tail Lights, Glass Lens with Blue Dots, Pair, 1950 Style, Hot Rod/Rat Rod. The vertical angle above the horizontal may be reduced to 5° in the case of optional lamps not less than 2,100 mm above the ground. "Unladen vehicle" means a vehicle without driver, crew, passengers and load, but with a full supply of fuel, spare wheel and the tools normally carried; 1/         As defined in Annex 7 to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3), (document TRANS/WP.29/78/Rev.1/Amend.2 as last amended by Amend.4). When the motor vehicle is electrically connected to a trailer, the operating frequency of the emergency stop signal for the combination shall be limited to the frequency specified in paragraph 6.23.7.1.1. At any other time when there is not enough daylight to be able to see a person wearing dark clothing at a distance of 100 metres. 45 14/ for at least those lighting units, which are indicated under item 9.3. of the communication form conforming to the model in Annex 1 to Regulation No. Circuit-closed tell‑tale optional. I already have clear corners with amber bulbs and a clear LED third brake light. This compilation of Vehicle Standard (Australian Design Rule 13/00 – Installation of Lighting and Light Signalling Devices on other than L-Group Vehicles) 2005 includes all the instruments set out in the Table of Instruments. Additionally, in width: for each mode of the passing beam lighting: the outer edge of the apparent surface of at least one lighting unit on each side of the vehicle shall not be more than 400 mm from the extreme outer edge of the vehicle (A in the figure); and. 5.18. two optional lamps (category 2a or 2b) on all vehicles in categories O2, O3 and O4. LAMP SURFACES, AXIS AND CENTRE OF REFERENCE, 6. 6.2.6.3. "Two lamps" or "an even number of lamps", means a single light‑emitting surface in the shape of a band or strip if such band or strip is placed symmetrically in relation to the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle, extends on both sides to within at least 0.4 m of the extreme outer edge of the vehicle, and is not less than 0.8 m long; the illumination of such surface shall be provided by not less than two light sources placed as close as possible to its ends; the light‑emitting surface may be constituted by a number of juxtaposed elements on condition that the projections of the several individual light‑emitting surfaces on a transverse plane occupy not less than 60 per cent of the area of the smallest rectangle circumscribing the projections of the said individual light‑emitting surfaces; 2.17. 2.2. FRONT POSITION LAMP (Regulation No. In the event of failure, other than short‑circuit, of one direction indicator lamp, the others must continue to flash, but the frequency in this condition may be different from that prescribed. 5.17. The class E mode(s) of the passing beam shall not operate unless the vehicle's speed exceeds 70 km/h and one or more of the following conditions is/are automatically detected. (2) A tail-light fitted to a street rod vehicle may incorporate a blue lens not over 20mm in diameter. Hazard warning signal:  yes/no 2/. 6.3.6.2.5. 6.11.7.1. 4.3 out of 5 stars 6. The load shall be applied gradually without subjecting the vehicle to excessive shocks. END-OUTLINE MARKER LAMP. 2.26. The initial downward inclination of the cut-off of the basic passing beam to be set in the unladen vehicle state with one person in the driver's seat shall be specified with a precision of 0.1 per cent by the manufacturer and indicated in clearly legible and indelible manner on each vehicle, close to either the front lighting system or the manufacturer's plate, by the symbol shown in Annex 7. REAR FOG LAMP. The electrical connections must be such that the front and rear position lamps, the end-outline marker lamps, if they exist, the side-marker lamps, if they exist, and the rear registration plate lamp can only be switched on and off simultaneously. CONFORMITY OF PRODUCTION. This applies to both country and city driving situations. To begin with, a single measurement shall be made in each loading condition. 97; 2.7.12. The presence of partitions or other items of equipment near the front fog lamp shall not give rise to secondary effects causing discomfort to other road users.11/. Other requirements: None, 7.2. Electrical connections. PARKING LAMP (Regulation No. As from 12 months after the date of entry into force of the 03 series of amendments, Contracting Parties applying this Regulation shall grant approvals only if the vehicle type to be approved meets the requirements of this Regulation as amended by the 03 series of amendments. This annex specifies a method for measuring variations in motor vehicle dipped‑beam inclination, in relation to its initial inclination, caused by changes in vehicle attitude due to loading. Horizontal angle:  45° to the front and to the rear; however, for vehicles on which the installation of the side-marker lamps is optional this value can be reduced to 30°. Other requirements:  None, 7.3. Where the (maximum and minimum) height above the ground clearly meets the requirements of the Regulation, the exact edges of any surface need not be determined. It must be possible to move the lamps into the position of use and to switch them on by means of a single control, without excluding the possibility of moving them into the position of use without switching them on. means, as declared by the applicant during the component approval procedure for the retro-reflectors, the orthogonal projection of a retro-reflector in a plane perpendicular to its axis of reference and delimited by planes contiguous to the declared outermost parts of the retro-reflectors' optical system and parallel to that axis. The same Contracting Party shall not assign this number to another vehicle type or to the same vehicle type submitted with equipment not specified in the list referred to in paragraph 3.2.2. above, subject to the provisions of paragraph 7. of this Regulation. Should the above functions be obtained by an assembly of two lamps marked "D" (see paragraph 2.16.1.) 2. 8.14. Operating tell-tale mandatory for direction indicator lamps of categories 1, 1a, 1b, 2a and 2b. 123; 3.2.6.3.            the provisions being applied to adapt automatically the front lighting functions and modes according to paragraph 6.22.7.4. of this Regulation; 3.2.6.4.            special instruction, if any, for the inspection of the light sources and the visual observation of the beam; 3.2.6.5.            the documents according to paragraph 6.22.9.2. of this Regulation; 3.2.6.6.            the lamps that are grouped or combined with or reciprocally incorporated in the AFS; 3.2.6.7.            lighting units which are designed to comply with the requirements of paragraph 6.22.5. of this Regulation. 12.14. Arrangement: (C)              (B) plus one each side, midway between the front and the rear lamps. The aggregate maximum intensity of the lighting units that can be energized simultaneously to provide the main-beam lighting or its modes, if any, shall not exceed 225000 cd, which corresponds to a reference value of 75. When a lamp is installed on a movable component and the movable component is in the "normal position(s) of use", the lamp must always return to the position(s) specified by the manufacturer in accordance with this Regulation. Geometric visibility: 7.3.6. "Light source" means one or more elements for visible radiation, which may be assembled with one or more transparent envelopes and with a base for mechanical and electrical connection. 4.5. "Centre of reference" means the intersection of the axis of reference with the exterior light‑emitting surface; it is specified by the manufacturer of the lamp; 2.13. 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