Regulation No. 74-01

Name:Regulation No. 74-01
Description:Lighting and Signalling Installation - Mopeds.
Official Title:Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: Category L1 Vehicles with Regard to the Installation of Lighting and Light-signalling Devices.
Country:ECE - United Nations
Date of Issue:1989-06-26
Amendment Level:01 Series, Supplement 9
Number of Pages:34
Vehicle Types:Motorcycle
Subject Categories:Lighting and Light Signalling Equipment
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E/ECE/324
) Rev.1/Add.73/Rev.2/Amend.3
E/ECE/TRANS/505 )
July 11, 2016
STATUS OF UNITED NATIONS REGULATION
ECE 74-01
UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF:
CATEGORY L VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO THE INSTALLATION
OF LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING DEVICES
Incorporating:
00 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 15.06.88
Supplement 1 to the 00 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 17.11.92
Supplement 2 to the 00 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 09.06.95
01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 08.03.99
Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 18.11.99
Supplement 2 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 12.09.01
Corr. 1 to Supplement 2 to the 01 series of amendments
Dated: 25.06.03
Supplement 3 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 05.12.01
Supplement 4 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 02.02.07
Supplement 5 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 15.10.08
Supplement 6 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 22.07.09
Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 18.11.12
Supplement 8 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 09.10.14
Supplement 9 to the 01 series of amendments
Date of Entry into Force: 18.06.16

REGULATION NO. 74-01
UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF CATEGORY L VEHICLES WITH
REGARD TO THE INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING DEVICES
REGULATION
1. Scope
2. Definitions
3. Application for approval
4. Approval
5. General specifications
6. Individual specifications
7. Registration of vehicles
8. Conformity of production
CONTENTS
9. Penalties for non-conformity of production
10 Modification and extension of approval of a vehicle type with regard to the installation of
lighting and light-signalling devices
11. Production definitely discontinued
12. Transitional provisions
13. Names and addresses of technical services responsible for conducting approval tests and of
administrative departments.
ANNEXES
Annex 1 – Communication concerning the approval or extension or refusal or withdrawal of approval or
production definitely discontinued of a vehicle type (moped) with regard to the installation of
lighting and light-signalling devices pursuant to Regulation No. 74
Annex 2 – Arrangements of approval marks
Annex 3 – Lamp surfaces, axis and centre of reference, and angles of geometric visibility
Annex 4 – Forward visibility of red lights and rearward visibility of white lights
Annex 5 – Control of conformity of production

2.5.2. "Independent lamps" means devices having separate illuminating surfaces, separate light
sources and separate lamp bodies;
2.5.3. "Grouped lamps" means devices having separate illuminating surfaces and separate light
sources, but a common lamp body;
2.5.4. "Combined" means devices having separate illuminating surfaces, but a common light
source and a common lamp body;
2.5.5. "Reciprocally incorporated" means devices having separate light sources or a single light
source operating in different conditions (for example, optical, mechanical, electrical
differences), totally or partially common illuminating surfaces and a common lamp body;
2.5.6. "Driving beam (main-beam) headlamp" means the lamp used to illuminate the road over
a long distance ahead of the vehicle;
2.5.7. "Passing beam (dipped-beam) headlamp" means the lamp used to illuminate the road
ahead of the vehicle without dazzling or causing undue discomfort to oncoming drivers and
other road-users;
2.5.8. "Front position lamp" means the lamp used to indicate the presence of the vehicle when
viewed from the front;
2.5.9. "Retro-reflector" means a device used to indicate the presence of a vehicle by the
reflection of light emanating from a light source not connected to the vehicle, the observer,
being situated near that source;
For the purpose of this Regulation, retro-reflecting number plates are not considered as
retro-reflectors:
2.5.10. "Direction-indicator lamp" means the lamp used to indicate to other road-users that the
driver intends to change direction to the right or to the left;
A direction-indicator lamp or lamps may also be used according to provisions of
Regulation No. 97.
2.5.11. "Stop lamp" means the lamp used to indicate to other road-users to the rear of the vehicle
that its driver is applying the service brake;
2.5.12. "Rear position lamp" means the lamp used to indicate the presence of the vehicle when
viewed from the rear;
2.5.13. "Rear-registration-plate illuminating device" means the device used to illuminate the
space reserved for the rear registration plate; such a device may consist of several optical
component;
2.5.14. "Hazard warning signal" means the simultaneous operation of all of a vehicle's
direction-indicator lamps to show that the vehicle temporarily constitutes a special danger to
other road users;
2.6. "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 the request for approval by the manufacturer of the device on the drawing, see
Annex 3;

2.11. "Angles of geometric visibility" means the angles which determine the field of the
minimum solid angle in which the apparent surface of the lamp must be visible. That field of
the solid angle is determined by the segments of the sphere of which the centre coincides
with the centre of reference of the lamp and the equator is parallel with the ground. These
segments are determined in relation to the axis of reference. The horizontal angles β,
correspond to the longitude and the vertical angles α to the latitude. There must be no
obstacle on the inside of the angles of geometric visibility to the propagation of light from
any part of the apparent surface of the lamp observed from infinity. If measurements are
taken closer to the lamp, the direction of observation must be shifted parallel to achieve the
same accuracy. On the inside of the angles of geometric visibility no account is taken of
obstacles, if they were already presented when the lamp was type approved;
If, when the lamp is installed, any part of the apparent surface of the lamp is hidden by any
further parts of the vehicle, proof shall be furnished that the part of the lamp not hidden by
obstacles still conforms to the photometric values prescribed for the approval of the device
as an optical unit (see Annex 3 of this Regulation). Nevertheless, when the vertical angle of
geometric visibility below the horizontal may be reduced to 5° (lamp at less than 750mm
above the ground) the photometric field of measurements of the installed optical unit may be
reduced to 5° below the horizontal.
2.12. "Extreme outer edge", on either side of the vehicle means the plane parallel to the median
longitudinal plane of the vehicle and tangent to the latter's lateral outer edge, disregarding
rear-view mirrors, direction indicators, position lamps and retro-reflectors;
2.13. "Overall width" means the distance between the two vertical planes defined in
Paragraph 2.12. above;
2.14. "A single lamp" means a device or part of a device, having one function and one apparent
surface in the direction of the reference axis (see Paragraph 2.8. of this Regulation) and one
or more light sources.
For the purpose of installation on a vehicle, a "single lamp" also means any assembly of two
independent or grouped lamps, whether identical or not, having the same function, if they
are installed so that the projection of their apparent surfaces in the direction of the reference
axis occupies not less than 60% of the smallest rectangle circumscribing the projections of
the said apparent surfaces in the direction of the reference axis. In such a case, each of
these lamps shall, where approval is required, be approved as a Type "D" lamp. This
possible combination does not apply to driving beam headlamps and passing beam
headlamps.
2.15. "Distance between two lamps which face in the same direction" means the shortest
distance between the two apparent surfaces in the direction of the reference axis. Where
the distance between the lamps clearly meets the requirements of the Regulation, the exact
edges of apparent surfaces need not be determined;
2.16. "'Operating' tell-tale" means a visual or auditory signal (or any equivalent signal) indicating
that a device has been switched on and whether or not it is operating correctly;
2.17. "Circuit-closed' tell-tale" means a visual (or any equivalent signal) indicating that a device
has been switched on, but not indicating whether or not it is operating correctly;
2.18. "Optional lamp" means a lamp, the installation of which is left to the discretion of the
manufacturer;

4. APPROVAL
4.1. If the vehicle type submitted for approval pursuant to this Regulation meets the
requirements of the Regulation in respect of all the devices specified in the list, approval of
that vehicle type shall be granted.
4.2. An approval number shall be assigned to each type approved. Its first two digits
(at present 01 for the Regulation in its 01 series of amendments) shall indicate the series of
amendments incorporating the most recent major technical amendments made to the
Regulation at the time of issue of the approval. 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.
4.3. Notice of approval or of extension or refusal of approval of production definitely discontinued
of a vehicle type pursuant to this Regulation shall be communicated to the Parties to the
Agreement applying this Regulation, by means of a form conforming to the model in
Annex 1 to this Regulation.
4.4. There shall be affixed, conspicuously and in a readily accessible place specified on the
approval form, to every vehicle conforming to a vehicle type approved under this Regulation,
an international approval mark consisting of:
4.4.1. A circle surrounding the Letter "E" followed by the distinguishing number of country which
has granted approval;
4.4.2. The number of this Regulation, followed by the Letter "R", a dash, and the approval number
to the right of the circle prescribed in Paragraph 4.4.1.
4.5. If the vehicle conforms to a vehicle type approved, under one or more other Regulations
annexed to the Agreement, in the country which has granted approval under this
Regulation, the symbol prescribed in Paragraph 4.4.1 need not be repeated; in such a case
the Regulation and approval numbers and the additional symbols of all the Regulations
under which approval has been granted in the country which has granted approval under
this Regulation shall be placed in vertical columns to the right of the symbol prescribed in
Paragraph 4.4.1.
4.6. The approval mark shall be clearly legible and shall be indelible.

5.7. The maximum height above ground shall be measured from the highest point and the
minimum height from the lowest point of the apparent surface in the direction of the
reference axis. For passing beam headlamps, the minimum height from the ground shall be
measured from the lowest point of the effective outlet of the optical system (e.g. reflector,
lens, projection lens) independent of its utilisation.
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.
When referring to the distance between lamps, the position, as regards width, shall be
determined from the inner edges of the apparent surface in the direction of the reference
axis.
Where the position, as regards width, clearly meets the requirements of the Regulation, the
exact edges of any surface need not be determined.
5.8. In the absence of specific instructions, no lamps other than direction-indicator lamps and the
vehicle-hazard warning signal shall be flashing lamps.
5.9. No red light shall be visible towards the front and no white light shall be visible towards the
rear. Compliance with this requirement shall be verified as shown hereunder (see drawing in
Annex 4):
5.9.1. Visibility of red light towards the front: there must be no direct visibility of a red light if viewed
by an observer moving within Zone 1 in a transverse plane situated 25 m situated behind
the vehicle;
5.9.2. Visibility of white light towards the rear: white lamp must be no direct visibility by an
observer moving within Zone 2 of a transverse plane situated 25 m situated behind the
vehicle;
5.9.3. Zones 1 and 2, as seen by the observer, are limited in their respective planes as follows:
5.9.3.1. In height, by two horizontal planes 1 m and 2.2 m respectively above the ground;
5.9.3.2. In width, by two vertical planes which, forming to the front and the rear respectively an angle
of 15° outwards from the vehicle's median longitudinal plane, pass through the point or
points of contact of vertical planes parallel to the vehicle's median longitudinal plane and
delimiting the vehicle's overall width; if there are several points of contact, the foremost shall
correspond to the forward plane and the rearmost to the rearward plane.
5.10. The electrical connections shall be such that the front position lamp or the passing beam
headlamp, if there is no front position lamp, and the rear position lamp and any rear
registration plate illuminating device cannot be switched on or off otherwise than
simultaneously.
5.11. In the absence of specific instructions, the electrical connection shall be such that the
driving beam headlamp and the passing beam headlamp cannot be switched on unless the
lamps referred to in Paragraph 5.10. above are likewise switched on. This requirement need
not, however, be satisfied in the case of the driving beam headlamp and passing beam
headlamp where their luminous warnings consist in switching on the passing-beam
headlamp intermittently, at short intervals, or in switching on the passing beam headlamp
and driving beam headlamp alternately at short intervals.

5.15. It may, in addition, be equipped with the following lighting and light-signalling devices:
5.15.1. Driving beam headlamp (Paragraph 6.1.);
5.15.2. Front position lamp (Paragraph 6.3.);
5.15.3. Front retro-reflector, non-triangular (Paragraph 6.4.).
5.15.4. Direction-indicator lamps (Paragraph 6.8.)
5.15.5. Vehicle-hazard warning signal (Paragraph 6.12.)
5.16. The fitting of each of the lighting and light-signalling devices mentioned in Paragraphs 5.14.
and 5.15. above shall be effected in conformity with the relevant requirements in
Paragraph 6 of this Regulation.
5.17. The fitting of any lighting and light-signalling devices other than those mentioned in
Paragraphs 5.14. and 5.15 is prohibited, with the exception of an appropriate illuminating
device for the rear-registration plate if it exists and its lighting is required.
5.18. Lighting and light-signalling devices type-approved for motorcycles and referred to in
Sections 5.16. and 5.17. may also be fitted to mopeds.
6. INDIVIDUAL SPECIFICATIONS
6.1. Driving Beam Headlamp
6.1.1. Number
One or two of approved type according to:
(a) Regulation No. 113;
(b) Class A of Regulation No. 112;
(c) Regulation No. 1;
(d) Regulation No. 57;
(e) Regulation No. 72;
(f) Regulation No. 76.
6.1.2. Arrangement
No special requirement.

6.2. Passing Beam Headlamp
6.2.1. Number
One or two of approved type according to:
(a) Regulation No. 113 ;
(b) Class A of Regulation No. 112;
(c) Regulation No. 1;
(d) Regulation No. 56;
(e) Regulation No. 57;
(f) Regulation No. 72;
(g) Regulation No. 76;
(h) Regulation No. 82.
6.2.2. Arrangement
6.2.3. Position
6.2.3.1. Width
No special requirement
6.2.3.1.1. An independent passing lamp may be installed above, below or to one side of another front
lamp: if these lamps are one above the other the reference centre of the passing lamp must
be located within the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle; if these lamps are side by
side their reference centre must be symmetrical in relation to the median longitudinal plane
of the vehicle.
6.2.3.1.2. A passing beam headlamp, that is reciprocally incorporated with another front lamp, must be
fitted in such a way that its reference centre lies within the median longitudinal plane of the
vehicle; However, when the vehicle is also fitted with an independent driving beam
headlamp, or a driving beam headlamp that is reciprocally incorporated with a front position
lamp alongside the passing beam headlamp, their reference centres must be symmetrical in
relation to the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle.
6.2.3.1.3. Two passing lamps, of which either one or both are reciprocally incorporated with another
front lamp must be installed in such a way that their reference centres are symmetrical in
relation to the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle.
6.2.3.2. Height: a minimum of 500mm and a maximum of 1,200mm above the ground;
6.2.3.3. Length: at the front of the vehicle. This requirement is regarded as satisfied if the light
emitted does not cause discomfort to the driver either directly or indirectly by means of the
rear-view mirrors and/or other reflective surfaces of the vehicle.

6.3.3. Position
6.3.3.1. Width:
An independent front position lamp may be fitted above or below, or to one side of another
front lamp: if these lamps are one above the other the reference centre of the front position
lamp must be located within the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle; if these lamps are
side by side their reference centres must be symmetrical in relation to the median
longitudinal plane of the vehicle;
A front position lamp that is reciprocally incorporated with another front lamp must be
installed in such a way that its reference centre is situated in the median longitudinal plane
of the vehicle. However, when the vehicle is also fitted with another front lamp alongside the
front position lamp, their reference centres must be symmetrical in relation to the median
longitudinal plane of the vehicle.
Two front position lamps, one or both of them reciprocally incorporated with another front
lamp must be installed in such a way that their reference centres are symmetrical in relation
to the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle.
6.3.3.2. In height: not less than 350mm nor more than 1,200mm above the ground.
6.3.3.3. In length: at the front of the vehicle.
6.3.4. Geometric Visibility
6.3.5. Orientation
6.3.6. Tell-tale
The vertical angle: 15° and downwards;
however, the vertical angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5° if the height of the
lamps is less than 750mm
the horizontal angle: 80° to the left and to the right for a single lamp;
The horizontal angle may be 80° outwards and 45° inwards for each pair of lamps.
Forwards. The lamp(s) may move in line with the steering angle.
Either an optional, circuit-closed, green, non-flashing tell tale or instrument illumination.
6.3.9. Other Requirements
None

6.5.4. Geometric Visibility
6.5.5. Orientation
Horizontal angle: 30° to the front and to the rear.
Vertical angle: 15° above and below the horizontal.
The vertical angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5°, however, if the height of the
lamp is less than 750mm.
The reference axis of the retro-reflectors must be perpendicular to the vehicle's median
longitudinal plane and directed outwards. The front side retro-reflectors may move with the
steering angle.
6.6. Pedal Retro-Reflectors
6.6.1. Number
Four retro-reflectors or retro-reflector groups.
6.6.2. Arrangement
No special requirement.
6.6.3. Other Requirements
The outer faces of the illuminating surface of the retro-reflectors shall be recessed into the
body of the pedal.
The retro-reflectors shall be mounted in the pedal body in such a way as to be clearly visible
both to the front and to the rear of the vehicle. The reference axis of such retro-reflectors,
the shape of which shall be adapted to that of the pedal body, shall be perpendicular to the
pedal axis.
Pedal retro-reflectors shall be fitted only to those pedals of the vehicle which, by means of
cranks or similar devices, can be used to provide a means of propulsion alternative to the
engine.
They shall not be fitted to pedals which serve as controls for the vehicle or which serve only
as footrests for the rider or passenger.
They shall be visible to the front and the rear.

6.8.3. Position
6.8.3.1. In width:
6.8.3.1.1. For front indicators, the following requirements shall all be met:
(1) There shall be a minimum distance of 240mm between illuminating surfaces;
(2) The indicators shall be situated outside the longitudinal vertical plane tangential to the
outer edges of the illuminating surface of the headlamp(s);
(3) There shall be a minimum distance between the illuminating surface of the indicators
and passing beam headlamps closest to one another as follows:
Minimum indicator
intensity (cd)
90
175
250
400
Minimum separation
(mm)
75
40
20
≤ 20
6.8.3.1.2. For rear indicators, the clearance between the inner edges of the two apparent surfaces
shall be at least 160mm.
6.8.3.2. In height: not less than 350mm or more than 1,200mm above the ground.
6.8.3.3. In length: the forward distance between the centre of reference of the rear indicators and
the transverse plane which constitutes the rearmost limit of the vehicle's over-all length shall
not exceed 300mm.
6.8.4. Geometric Visibility
Horizontal angle:
Vertical angle:
20° inwards and 80° outwards.
15° above and below the horizontal.
6.8.5. Orientation
The vertical angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5°, however, if the height of the
lamp is less than 750mm.
The front indicators may move in line with the steering angle.
6.8.6. May not be "combined" with any other lamp.
6.8.7. May not be "reciprocally incorporated" with any other lamp.
6.8.8. Electrical Connections
Direction-indicator lamps shall light up independently of the other lamps. All the
direction-indictors lamps on one side of a vehicle shall be switched on and off by means of
one control.

6.9.
Stop Lamp
6.9.1.
Number
One or two.
6.9.2.
Arrangement
No special requirement.
6.9.3.
Position
6.9.3.1.
In height: not less then 250mm or more than 1,500mm above the ground.
6.9.3.2.
In length: at the rear of the vehicle.
6.9.4.
Geometric Visibility
Horizontal angle:
Vertical angle:
45° to the left and to the right for a single lamp:
45° outwards and 10° inwards for each pair of lamps:
15° above and below the horizontal.
6.9.5. Orientation
The vertical angle below the horizontal may be reduced to 5°, however, if the height of the
lamp is less than 750mm.
Rearwards.
6.9.6. Electrical Connections
Shall light up at any service brake application.
6.9.7. Other Requirements
6.9.8. Tell-tale
The luminous intensity of the stop lamp shall be markedly greater than that of the rear
position lamp.
Prohibited.
6.10. Rear Position Lamp
6.10.1. Number
One or two.
6.10.2. Arrangement
No special requirement.

6.11.7. Other Requirements
When the rear registration plate lamp is combined with the rear position lamp, reciprocally
incorporated in the stop lamp, the photometric characteristics of the rear registration plate
lamp may be modified during the illumination of the stop lamp.
6.12. Vehicle-hazard Warning Signal
6.12.1. The signal shall be given by simultaneous operation of the direction-indicator lamps in
accordance with the requirements of Paragraph 6.8. above.
6.12.2. Electrical Connections
The signal shall be given by means of a separate control enabling all the direction-indicators
to be supplied with current simultaneously
6.12.3. "Circuit-closed" tell-tale
Mandatory flashing red signal lamp or, in the case of separate tell-tales, the simultaneous
operation of the tell-tale prescribed in Paragraph 6.8.11.
6.12.4. Other Requirements
Light flashing 90 ± 30 times per minute.
Operation of the lamp-signal control shall be followed within not more than 1s by the
appearance of the light and within not more than 1½s by the first extinction of the light.
7. REGISTRATION OF VEHICLES
Nothing shall prevent a Government from requiring or prohibiting the presence of a driving
lamp as mentioned in Paragraph 5.15.1 on vehicles registered in its territory, provided that it
so notifies the Secretary-General of the United Nations at the time of its communication
concerning the application of this Regulation.
8. CONFORMITY OF PRODUCTION
The conformity of production procedures shall comply with those set out in the Agreement,
Appendix 2 (E/ECE/324-E/ECE/TRANS/505/Rev.2), with the following requirements:
8.1. Mopeds approved under this Regulation shall be so manufactured as to conform to the type
approved by meeting the requirements set out in Paragraphs 5 and 6 above.
8.2. The minimum requirements for conformity of production control procedures set forth in
Annex 5 to this Regulation shall be complied with.
8.3. The authority which has granted type approval may at any time verify the conformity control
methods applied in each production facility. The normal frequency of these verifications
shall be once a year.

12.3. Existing approvals granted under this Regulation before the date mentioned in
Paragraph 12.2 above shall remain valid. In the case of vehicles first registered more than
four years after the date of entry into force mentioned in Paragraph 12.1. above Contracting
Parties applying this Regulation may refuse the vehicle type with regard to the number and
mode of installation of the lighting and light-signalling devices which do not meet the
requirements of the 01 series of amendments to this Regulation.
13. NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF TECHNICAL SERVICES RESPONSIBLE FOR
CONDUCTING APPROVAL TESTS AND OF ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS
The Parties to the Agreement which apply this Regulation shall communicate to the United
Nations Secretariat the names and addresses of the technical services responsible for
conducting approval tests and of the administrative departments which grant approval and
to which forms certifying approval or refusal or withdrawal of approval, issued in other
countries, are to be sent.

5.7.
Rear red retro-reflector, non-triangular: yes/no
5.8.
Direction-indicator lamp: yes/no
5.9.
Stop lamp: yes/no
5.10. Rear position lamp: yes/no
5.11. Rear-registration-plate illuminating device: yes/no
6.
Maximum design speed ............................................................................................................... km/h
7.
Variants ................................................................................................................................................
8.
Vehicle submitted for approval on ........................................................................................................
9.
Technical service responsible for conducting approval tests ...............................................................
10.
Date of report issued by that service ....................................................................................................
11.
Number of report issued by that service ..............................................................................................
12.
Approval granted/refused/extended/withdrawn
.................................................................................
13.
Reason(s) of extension (if applicable) ..................................................................................................
14.
Position of approval mark on vehicle ...................................................................................................
15.
Place .....................................................................................................................................................
16.
Date ......................................................................................................................................................
17.
Signature ..............................................................................................................................................

ANNEX 3
LAMP SURFACES, AXIS AND CENTRE OF REFERENCE,
AND ANGLES OF GEOMETRIC VISIBILITY

ANNEX 4
FORWARD VISIBILITY OF RED LIGHTS AND REARWARD VISIBILITY OF WHITE LIGHTS
(See Paragraph 5.9 of this Regulation)
Figure 1
Forward Visibility of a Red Light
Figure 2
Rearward Visibility of a White Light

Lighting and Signalling Installation - Mopeds.