In addition to the main beam headlamps in paragraph 6.1 of Appendix A, a further two or four driving lamps may be installed as long as they comply with clause 7.3 of this standard. Tail lights; Number plate lights; Clearance lights and side marker lights if these are fitted to your vehicle. However, the reference axis of these devices shall be orientated outwards not more than 15º horizontally towards the rear in relation to the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle. (for the dipped-beam headlamp) of this Regulation apply to the respective parts of an AFS. 8.13.1. Required Lights for Trailers 80" or Wider, Less Than 30' Long, and with a GVWR of 10,000 lbs or Less Before making the measurements, the vehicle shall be allowed to come to rest spontaneously. This provision does apply until 5 years after the official date of entry into force of the 03 series of amendments to this Regulation. 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. Where the vehicle does not incorporate a headlamp levelling system, the variation in dipped‑beam inclination is identical with the variation in the inclination of the vehicle itself. This does not apply, however, for M1 and N1 category vehicles; for all other categories of motor vehicles this distance may be reduced to 400 mm where the overall width of the vehicle is less than 1,300 mm. or by the tangent of that angle, expressed in percentage inclination, since the angles are small (for these small angles, 1 per cent is equal to 10 mrad). 113 s 20(2), s 4 def Australian Border Force ins 2017 SL No. 3). 7.1.4. Brake failure and defect warning signals (general requirements): The hazard warning signal shall be able to function even if the device which starts or stops the engine is in a position which makes it impossible to start the engine. 113 s 22, 13Additional rear vision mirrors and mirror surfaces, 17Electrical wiring, connectors and conductors, 18Television receivers and visual display units, 19Requirement for windscreen to be fitted, sch 2 s 21 amd 2015 SL No. 6.11.7. In width:  that point on the apparent surface in the direction of the reference axis 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. Geometric visibility. The standards for motorhome/campervan conversions for light vehicles can be found in the National Code of Practice for Light Vehicle Construction and Modification under the LH11 code. In the event of a failure of devices described in paragraphs and, the dipped-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. For the optional pair of direction-indicator lamps on trailers, operating tell-tale shall not be mandatory. These shall be such that the requirements set out in paragraphs 5.15. and 5.16. as well as in the individual specifications applicable to each lamp are fulfilled. Until the United Nations Secretary-General is notified otherwise, Japan declares that in relation to the installation of lighting and light signalling devices, Japan will only be bound by the obligations of the Agreement to which this Regulation is annexed with respect to vehicles of categories M1 and N1. The number of lamps mounted on the vehicle shall be equal to the number indicated in the individual specifications of this Regulation. This can be a vibrating platform on which the wheels rest. Electrical connections. 23). 113 s 30(2), Example of label for hydrogen-powered vehicle—, Example of label for electric-powered vehicle—, sch 2 pt 10 hdg (prev pt 9 hdg) sub 2017 SL No. The fitment of rear fog lamps is optional in this standard. 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. or headlamps are switched ON, except when the latter are used to give intermittent luminous warnings at short intervals. Measurements shall be carried out on a vehicle which has travelled a distance of between 1,000 km and 10,000 km, preferably 5,000 km.