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1 1 IWVTA: UN-Regulation No.0 Flexible scheme allowing for different levels of requirements in different Contracting Parties Transmitted by OICA Document No. IWVTA- SGR

2 Basic Principles All CPs applying R-0 must accept approvals to the latest level (=series of amendments) of any UN-Regulation annexed to R-0 * However, a CP may declare that it will accept an earlier version of any such UN-Regulation This leads to 2 different types of IWVTA approvals –Universal IWVTA: the manufacturer provides in his application approvals to the level of all annexed Regulations as specified in R-0  this IWVTA has to be accepted by all CPs applying UN R-0 –IWTVA of limited recognition: any CP can declare that for some or all annexed Regulations they are satisfied with approvals to earlier versions or no approvals at all  a transparent method is required to determine whether the approval can be accepted in a given CP The following slides explain how this evaluation can be achieved by a commonly available tool 2 * a seperate discussion is necessary how to resolve the situation that CPs cannot accept the latest version on their territory e.g. because of fuel quality. However, this is seen as a topic independent of UN-R 0.

3 Evaluation Concept 3 Repository of requirementsManufacturer´s application Acceptance evaluation tool Acceptance table UN RegRequired series of amendments CP1CP2CP3… … UN Reg provided series of amendments … CP1CP2CP3… X

4 How to handle if-fitted requirements The evaluation concept can also be used to handle if-fitted requirements (as listed in table 2 of Annex 4 Part A of document IWVTA-09-08) Guidance is needed with respect to 2 options: a)If a CP does not mandate a system, this means it imposes no requirements even if the system is fitted voluntarily b)If a system is fitted voluntarily then the requirements of the respective Regulation from table 2 must be met even if the system is not required in a CP 4 System in vehicleMandatedNot mandated Option a) Not mandated Option b) Fitted and certified Fitted but not certified / does not meet requirements X X Not fittedX

5 Consideration of options for if-fitted requirements Option a) Evaluation is straightforward Only information about approvals in the manufacturers application is necessary Option b) In addition to the approvals the manufacturers application needs to include information about the fitting status of systems (=necessity of approvals for voluntarily fitted systems) This will very likely lead to discussions whether a voluntarily fitted system is really of the type covered by the if-fitted Regulation or only „similar“ (= whether the approval is necessary or not) For a transparent IWVTA process OICA recommend adoption of option a) 5

6 Exemplary acceptance evaluation tool (1 of 3) Use presentation mode when viewing this slide !!! All entries in tables are for illustration only and may not reflect the requirements of a CP The table consists of 3 sections: 6 Topic No.SubjectUN-R latest series of amendments 1Permissible sound level 512 2Fuel tanks 342 3Steering effort 791 4Door latches and hinges Audible warning 280 6Braking 13H0 6a6a ESC13H-sup.9 0 6b6b BA (Brake Assist)13H-sup.9 0 7Radio interference 104 8Anti-theft / immobiliser Protective steering 124 … Requirements for universal IWVTA Requirements for CPs required level in CP European Union Japan Malaysia Russia South Africa … Content of application Manufacturers application series of amendments no requirement

7 Exemplary acceptance evaluation tool (2 of 3) Example 1: 7 Topic No.SubjectUN-R latest series of amendments 1Permissible sound level 512 2Fuel tanks 342 3Steering effort 791 4Door latches and hinges Audible warning 280 6Braking 13H0 6a6a ESC13H-sup.9 0 6b6b BA (Brake Assist)13H-sup.9 0 7Radio interference 104 8Anti-theft / immobiliser Protective steering 124 … required level in CP European Union Japan Malaysia Russia South Africa … Content of application Manufacturer´s application is identical to R-0 content Requirements of EU, Japan and Russia are identical with R-0, but no or lower requirements for Malaysia and South Africa in some cases The approval will be accepted in all CPs

8 Exemplary acceptance evaluation tool (3 of 3) Example 2: 8 Topic No.SubjectUN-R latest series of amendments 1Permissible sound level 512 2Fuel tanks 342 3Steering effort 791 4Door latches and hinges Audible warning 280 6Braking 13H0 6a6a ESC13H-sup.9 0 6b6b BA (Brake Assist)13H-sup.9 0 7Radio interference 104 8Anti-theft / immobiliser Protective steering 124 … required level in CP European Union Japan Malaysia Russia South Africa … Content of application Manufacturer does not provide an ESC certifcate As a consequence EU, Japan and Russia will not accept the approval. This is displayed by red markings. However, the approval will be accepted in Malaysia and South Africa (no red markings in column)* * under the hypothesis of option a) for if-fitted systems

9 Exemplary acceptance evaluation tool: comprehensive table A more comprehensive table is provided as an attachment for testing purposes It is based on the list of candidate Regulations and lists all CPs (except EC Member states which have harmonized requirements and are covered by the column EC) Note that all entries concerning the required series of amendment are for illustration only and do not prejudge any decisions of CPs The table can be used to test the concept by either changing the content of the manufacturer´s application or the required levels in CPs. Whenever the application is not „sufficient“ for a CP, the corresponding box will be marked in red. evaluation_tool.xlsx 9

10 Possible future extension of the approach When moving from step1 to step 2 of the implementation strategy for IWVTA* the presented approach can easily be generalized Respective national requirements are simply added to the table For these only 1 CP requires the corresponding approvals This is illustrated for some elements of EC-WVTA for which currently no UN-Regulation exists in the 3rd sheet of evaluation_tool.xlsx (added entries compared to first sheet marked in yellow)evaluation_tool.xlsx 10 * See Document IWVTA by OICA: stepwise introduction scenario


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