Installing a glue on vent visor:
In the regulation, front bumpers are referred to as frontal protection systems:
‘frontal protection system’ means a separate structure or structures, such as a bull bar, or a supplementary bumper which, in addition to the original-equipment bumper, is intended to protect the external surface of the vehicle from damage in the event of a collision with an object.
Requirements for frontal protection systems:
1) Vehicles of categories M1 and N1 may only be equipped with supplementary frontal protection systems which comply with the requirements of Directive 2005/66/EC and which are e-certified;
2) As an exception, frontal protection systems which do not comply with the requirements of Directive 2005/66/EC and which are not e-certified may be installed:
a) On vehicles of categories M1 and N1 entered in the traffic register before January 1, 2002;
b) On off-road vehicles of categories M1 and N1 (M1G and N1G) to be included in the traffic register up to May 24, 2007;
c) On vehicles of category M1 of maximum mass exceeding 3,500 kg.
Definition of categories referred to in the regulation:
1) Vehicles of category M are motor vehicles with at least four wheels designed and constructed for the carriage of passengers:
a) Category M1 (passenger car) comprises vehicles with no more than eight seats in addition to the driver’s seat.
2) Vehicles of category N are motor vehicles with at least four wheels designed and constructed for the transport of goods:
a) Category N1 comprises vehicles with a maximum mass not exceeding 3.5 t.