Hazard warning signal:  yes/no 2/. 1. 6.9.4.1. The maximum height above the 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. If a visual inspection of the dipped‑beam pattern on the screen or a photometric method is used, measurement shall be carried out in a dark environment (for example, a dark room) of sufficient area to allow the vehicle and the screen to be placed as shown in figure 1. It serves as a reference value for the assessment of variations in beam inclination as the load varies. 8.8. An independent non‑flashing warning light. If it is entirely auditory it shall be clearly audible and shall show a marked change of frequency, at least in the event of the malfunction of any of these direction indicator lamps. 2.14. The illuminating surface area of any retro-reflector that does not transmit light shall be excluded. The emergency stop signal shall be activated only when the vehicle speed is above 50 km/h and the braking system is providing the emergency braking logic signal defined in Regulations Nos. Refer to paragraph 2 of Appendix A. In length:  at the front of the vehicle. "Front fog lamp" means a lamp used to improve the illumination of the road ahead of the vehicle in case of fog or any similar condition of reduced visibility. Whether you’re new to driving in Connecticut or have navigated the roads on the state for years, there are some driving laws you must follow. 3). 7/              Nothing in this Regulation shall preclude the Contracting Parties applying this Regulation from allowing the use of white conspicuity markings to the rear in their territories. "Rear fog lamp" means a lamp used to make the vehicle more easily visible from the rear in dense fog; 2.7.21. 6.5.4.2. 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. ‘SIDE MARKER LAMPS’, 7.2.1. Tell‑tale optional. For category N3G (off-road) vehicles 8/ the maximum height may be increased to 1,500 mm. It shall be accompanied by the following documents and particulars in triplicate: 3.2.1.               a description of the vehicle type with regard to the items mentioned in paragraphs 2.2.1. to 2.2.4. above, together with the restrictions on loading, particularly the maximum permissible load in the boot; 3.2.2.               a list of the devices prescribed by the manufacturer for the lighting and light-signalling assembly. In length:  such that the device illuminates the site of the registration plate. The illuminating lamps described in paragraphs  2.7.9., 2.7.10. and 2.7.19. shall be so installed that correct adjustment of their orientation can easily be carried out. Stated initial inclination. 2. 5.4.2.3. 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. The class C mode(s) of the passing beam shall be activated if no mode of another passing beam class is activated. A tolerance of 0.5 degrees to that side which is the side of the traffic direction shall be allowed. 3.1. The angle of the light beam from the dipped‑beam headlamps must be determined under the following loading conditions; 2.3.1.1.            vehicle unladen and one person in the driver's seat; 2.3.1.2.            driver, plus a load so distributed as to give the maximum technically permissible load on the rear axle or axles, or the maximum permissible mass of the vehicle, whichever occurs first, without exceeding a front axle load calculated as the sum of the front axle load of the unladen vehicle plus 25 per cent of the maximum permissible payload on the front axle. However, if the manufacture can prove to the satisfaction of the authority responsible for type approval that it is impossible to achieve the value referred to in paragraph 6.21.4.1.2. above, the cumulative length may be reduced to 60 per cent and shall be indicated in the communication document and test report 10/. 6.1.1. Where there is no referenced ADR in the table for lighting or marking components, the UNECE regulation referenced in Appendix A shall apply. 5/              Measurement of the chromaticity coordinates of the light emitted by the lamps is not part of this regulation. They are also known as ‘park lights’, ‘side lights’ and in the case or rear position lamps, ‘tail lights’. comprises any situation relevant to the system control on the basis of the applicants description; it shall be notified whether all modes are activated, performing and de-activated according to the applicant's description; obvious malfunctioning, if any, to be contested (e.g. 10. 6.22.6.1.2.1.    in case the passing beam is generated by several beams from different lighting units, the provisions according to paragraph 6.22.6.1.2. above apply to each said beam's "cut-off" (if any), which is designed to project into the angular zone, as indicated under item 9.4. of the communication form conforming to the model in Annex 1 to Regulation No. Additional direction indicator, hazard warning, stop, parking, end outline marker, rear and front position lamps and rear, front and side retro reflectors may be fitted to satisfy specific safety and operational requirements. Otherwise, they can be stopped by a police officer.Even though Arizona’s Department of Public Safety felt that one working tail light was sufficient for safety, members of the Arizona House of Representatives voted 57-2 to close the loophole and make the law stricter. "Light-signalling function" means the light emitted or reflected by a device to give to other road users visual information on the presence, identification and/or the change of movement of the vehicle; 2.7.