UNECE Regulations

There are 160 regulations published by UNECE (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe). You can see the whole list below. If you have any electronic product or whole vehicle under the scope of these regulations you can ask any question to us. Contact us and send your questions or requirements.

United Nations publishes vehicle regulations on its website. Currently, there are 160 regulations under the scope of Addenda to the 1958 Agreement.

UN Regulations (Addenda to the 1958 Agreement) are listed below.

Regulation
No
Regulation
Title
0
International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA)
1
Headlamps (including R2 and/or HS1 lamps)
3
Retro-reflecting devices
4
Illumination of rear registration plates
5
Sealed Beam headlamps
6
Direction indicators
7
Position, stop and end-outline lamps
8
Headlamps (H1, H2, H3, HB3, HB4, H7, H8, H9, HIR1 and/or HIR21)
9
Noise of three-wheeled vehicles
10
11
Door latches and hinges
12
Steering mechanism
13
Heavy vehicle braking
13H
Braking of passenger cars
14
Safety-belt anchorages
15
Emission of gaseous pollutants
16 Safety-belts
17
Strength of seats, their anchorages and head restraints
18
Anti-theft of motor vehicles
19 Front fog lamps
20 Headlamps (H4)
21 Interior fittings
22
Protective helmets and visors
23 Reversing lamps
24
Visible pollutants, measurement of power of C.I. engines (Diesel smoke)
25
Head restraints (headrests)
26
External projections of passenger cars
27
Advance warning triangles
28
29
Cabs of commercial vehicles
30
Tyres for passenger cars and their trailers
31
Headlamps (halogen sealed beam (HSB))
32
Rear-end collision
33
Head-on collision
34
Prevention of fire risks
35 Foot controls
36
General construction of large buses and coaches
37
Filament light sources
38 Rear fog lamps
39
Speedometer and odometer
40
Emission of gaseous pollutants by motor cycles
41
Noise emissions of motorcycles
42
Front and rear protection devices
42 Safety glazing
44
Child Restraint Systems
45
Headlamp cleaners
46
Devices for indirect vision
47
Emission of gaseous pollutants of mopeds
48
Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices
49
Emissions of C.I. and P.I. (LPG and CNG) engines
50
Position, stop, direction indicators lamps for mopeds and motorcycles
51
Noise of M and N categories of vehicles
52
General construction of small buses and coaches
53
Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices for L3 vehicles
54
Tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers
55
Mechanical coupling
56
Headlamps (mopeds)
57
Headlamps (motorcycles)
58
Rear underrun protective devices (RUPDs)
59
Replacement silencing systems
60
Driver operated controls (mopeds/motorcycles)
61
External projections of commercial vehicles
62
Anti-theft (mopeds/motorcycles)
63
Noise emissions of mopeds
64
Temporary use spare unit, run flat tyres
65
Special warning lamps
66
Strength of superstructure (buses)
67 LPG vehicles
68
Measurement of the maximum speed, including electric vehicles
69
Rear marking plates for slow-moving vehicles
70
Rear marking plates for heavy and long vehicles
71
Drivers field of vision (agricultural tractors)
72
Headlamps (HS1 lamps) (motorcycles)
73
Lateral protection devices
74
Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices (mopeds)
75
Tyres for motorcycles/mopeds
76
Headlamps for mopeds
77 Parking lamps
78
Braking (category L vehicles)
79
Steering equipment
80
Strength of seats and their anchorages (buses)
81
Rear-view mirrors (motorcycles/mopeds)
82
Headlamps (HS2) (moped)
83
Emissions of M1 and N1 vehicles
84
Measurement of fuel consumption
85
Measurement of the net power and the 30 min. power
86
Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices for agricultural tractors
87
Daytime running lamps
88
Retroreflective tyres for two-wheeled vehicles
89
Speed limitation of devices
90
Replacement braking parts
91
Side-marker lamps
92
Replacement exhaust silencing systems (RESS) for motorcycles
93
Front underrun protective devices
94
Frontal collision protection
95
Lateral collision protection
96
Emissions from Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) engines
97
98
Headlamps with gas-discharge light sources
99
Gas-discharge light sources
100
101
CO2 emission/fuel consumption
102
Close coupling device (CCD)
103
Replacement pollution control devices
104
Retro-reflective markings
105
Vehicles for the carriage of dangerous goods
106
Tyres for agricultural vehicles
107
General construction of buses and coaches
108
Retreaded tyres for passenger cars and their trailers
109
Retreaded tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers
110
CNG and LNG vehicles
111
Handling and stability of vehicles
112
Headlamps emitting an asymmetrical passing-beam
113
Headlamps emitting a symmetrical passing-beam
114
Airbag module for a replacement airbag system
115
LPG and CNG retrofit systems
116
117
Tyres, rolling resistance, rolling noise and wet grip
118
Fire resistance of interior materials
119 Cornering lamps
120
Net power of tractors and non-road mobile machinery
121
Identification of controls, tell-tales and indicators
122 Heating system
123
Adaptive front-lighting systems (AFS)
124
Replacement wheels for passenger cars
125
Forward field of vision of drivers
126
Partitioning systems
127
Pedestrian Safety
128
Light Emitting Diode (LED) light sources
129
Enhanced Child Restraint Systems (ECRS)
130
Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS)
131
Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS)
132
Retrofit Emission Control Devices (REC)
133
Recyclability of motor vehicles
134
Hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles (HFCV)
135
Pole Side Impact (PSI)
136
Electric vehicles of category L (EV-L)
137
Frontal impact with focus on restraint systems
138
Quiet Road Transport Vehicles (QRTV)
139
Brake Assist Systems (BAS)
140
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Systems
141
Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS)
142 Tyres installation
143
Heavy Duty Dual-Fuel Engine Retrofit Systems (HDDF-ERS)
144
Accident Emergency Call Systems (AECS)
145
ISOFIX anchorage systems, ISOFIX top tether anchorages and i-Size seating positions
146
Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles of category L
147
Mechanical coupling components of combinations of agricultural vehicles
148
Light Signalling Devices (LSD)
149
Road Illumination Devices (RID)
150
Retro-Reflective Devices (RRD)
151
Blind Spot Information System for the Detection of Bicycles
152
153
Fuel system integrity and electric power train safety at rear-end collision
154
Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP)
155
Cyber security and cyber security management system
156
Software update and software update management system
157
Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS)
158
Devices for means of rear visibility or detection
159
Moving Off Information System (MOIS)

Source: UN Regulations (Addenda to the 1958 Agreement) (28 August 2021)

Remark: We have added the links for some regulations which are in bold. When reviewing a regulation, take into account its latest version or revision together with the amendments by visiting UNECE website. 

 

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