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Article 43: Between sunset and sunrise, the warnings must be given by the flashing of either the dipped headlights or the headlights; the horn can be used if necessary. (...) (II) The forward fog lights can replace or complement the dipped headlights in case of fog or rainfall. They can complement the headlights outside the built-up areas, on the narrow and winding roads, when to avoid dazzling 18 the other users, the dipped headlights must replace the headlights. (...) Headlights Article 94: Any motor vehicle
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Score: 1565208.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/khm_e/WTACCKHM5_LEG_7.pdf
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Share × Close The climate crisis in focus as Giorgio Parisi joins FAO’s Nobel Laureates Alliance The 2021 physics prize winner delivers a lecture on “Science: the headlight on our future” 2021 Nobel Laureate in Physics, Professor Giorgio Parisi, joins FAO Nobel Alliance for Food Security and Peace. (...) Parisi delivered a lecture entitled “Science: the headlight on our future,” in which he argued that while science may have the tools to address many of the world’s problems, what is needed is greater political will and guidance, especially on the part of the richer countries. “It’s like driving in the night: Science is the headlights, but the responsibility not to go off the road lies with the driver,” Parisi said.
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Score: 1534016.3 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...ao-nobel-laureates-alliance/en
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REPORT ON A PROPOSED SOLUTION FOR HEADLAMP GLARE / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM TURKEY
Vehicles having their headlights misaimed as well as old- aged vehicles increase the glaring problem. (...) Under simultaneously presented conventional headlight conditions, d. Under simultaneously presented proposed headlight conditions. (...) Under simultaneously presented conventional headlight conditions c. Under simultaneously presented proposed headlight conditions Results 1.
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Score: 1513154.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2005/18&Lang=E
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REVISION OF THE CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTIONS ON ROAD TRAFFIC (R.E.1) AND ON ROAD SIGNS AND SIGNALS (R.E.2) : QUESTIONNAIRE : HEADLIGHTS IN DAYTIME / TRANSMITTED BY SWITZERLAND
Does your country have regulations on the daytime use of headlights? □ Yes □ No 3. If yes, what form do they take? (...) Has a scientific study been made of the question of the daytime use of headlights in your country? □ Yes □ No 7. If yes, are the results available? (...) Do you advocate European regulations concerning the daytime use of headlights? □ Yes □ No TRANS/WP.1/2001/12 page 3 9.
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Score: 1490965.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2001/12&Lang=E
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EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD OF ROAD SAFETY / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF SLOVAKIA
Drivers must not drive with the sidelights unless the headlights are also switched on, or the front foglights, if the vehicle is equipped with these lights. 20. (...) Also, even in normal visibility, motorcyclists are obliged to drive with their headlights on. This obligation also relates to drivers of vehicles or combinations where the size of the vehicle or of its freight exceeds the prescribed norms. Drivers of other vehicles are not obliged to use headlights in normal visibility, but their use is not forbidden. 22.
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Score: 1361483.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../SC.1/WP.1/1998/7/ADD.2&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR A SUPPLEMENT TO REGULATION NO. 48 (INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING DEVICES)
"Side illuminating lamp" means a lamp used to provide supplementary illumination of that part of the road which is located on the left side of vehicle to improve road visibility for oncoming drivers in situation when they are exposed for headlights glare." Insert new paragraph 6.27. to 6.27.6., to read: "6.27. (...) Visibility could be improved by introducing supplementary illumination/additional light for that part of the road which is located on the left side of approaching vehicles where pedestrians, animals, etc. are “invisible” to the glared driver in the short range of their vehicle’s headlights. Many following vehicles equipped with such lights can provide additional illumination at a much greater distance to oncoming drivers.
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Score: 1326648.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2015/6&Lang=E
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REVISION OF THE CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION ON ROAD TRAFFIC (R.E.1) : NIGHT DRIVING : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
For this reason it is essential for drivers to comply with the following elementary principles: • Be rested when taking the wheel; • Ensure very careful preparation of the vehicle (in particular, check and clean the headlights) and the journey; • Refrain from drinking alcohol; • Comply with the recommendations for medicines; • Stop at least every two hours and imperatively at the first signs of tiredness (heavy feeling in the head, itchy eyes, need to shift frequently, stiff neck, repetitive yawning, difficulty in keeping a straight course, decreased attention to traffic and road signs, absent moments, etc.); • Restrict driving speed even if the traffic is light; • Not look directly at the headlights of oncoming vehicles but rather at the right side of the carriageway; • Moped and motorcycle drivers should wear very visible garments.
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Score: 1322396.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.1/2005/18&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL TO AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 119 (UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF CORNERING LAMPS FOR POWER-DRIVEN VEHICLES)
"Side illuminating lamp" means a lamp used to provide supplementary illumination of the part of the road which is located on the left side of the vehicle to improve road visibility for oncoming drivers in situation when they are exposed for headlights glare." Paragraph 1.2., amend to read: "1.2. (...) Visibility could be improved by introducing supplementary illumination/additional light for that part of the road which is located on the left side of approaching vehicles where pedestrians, animals, etc. are “invisible” to the glared driver in the short range of their vehicle’s headlights. Many following vehicles equipped with such lights can provide additional illumination at a much greater distance to oncoming drivers.
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Score: 1293380.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2015/19&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO DRAFT REGULATION ON ADAPTATIVE FRONT-LIGHTING SYSTEM (AFS) / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM POLAND
JUSTIFICATION The current conception of photometric requirements concerning headlights passing beam (Reg. No. 112 and earlier) are based on the light beam characteristic for a single paraboloidal construction of reflector equipped with filament lamp, which luminous flux was significantly limited. (...) The AFS system is a new quality in headlighting. It is a complicated solution of outstanding significance for standard headlamps. (...) "Analysis of the Properties of the ECE Requirements Concerning Headlights" PAL 2001 Darmstadt. _________________
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Score: 1279894.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2002/45&Lang=E
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Magdalene Komol, Naduget Health Centre III Midwife inspecting a newborn delivered at night with the help of a headlight which is part of the Solar Suitcase. “Before the Solar Suitcase, we were using all kinds of unreliable lighting to conduct night deliveries – hand lamps, phones, and hand torches donated by UNICEF especially for repairing the episiotomies at night”, tells Ms. (...) Magdalene Komol, Naduget Health Centre III Midwife checking the readiness of the delivery kit with the help of a headlight provided with the Solar Suitcase.   According to Ms.
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Score: 1274223 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...s/midwives-test-solar-suitcase
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