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New Road Vehicle Standards from the 3rd Quarter 2013

Kyle Bach

Document Center Inc. is pleased to announce that the following New Standards on Road Vehicles in General are now available:


  • AIAG Rules, 4th Edition, Automotive Certification Scheme for ISO/TS 16949:2002, Rules for achieving IATF recognition
  • BS EN 12195-1, Corrigendum 1 for 2010 Edition, Load restraining on road vehicles. Safety Calculation of securing forces
  • BS ISO 3560, 2013 Edition, Road vehicles. Frontal fixed barrier or pole impact test procedure
  • BS ISO 15830-2, 2013 Edition, Road vehicles. Design and performance specifications for the World SID 50th percentile male side-impact dummy. Mechanical subsystems
  • BS ISO 15830-3, 2013 Edition, Road vehicles. Design and performance specifications for the World SID 50th percentile male side-impact dummy. Electronic subsystems
  • BS ISO 15830-4, 2013 Edition, Road vehicles. Design and performance specifications for the World SID 50th percentile male side impact dummy. User’s manual
  • ISO 3560, 3rd Edition, Road vehicles – Frontal fixed barrier or pole impact test procedure
  • ISO 12350, 2nd Edition, Road vehicles – Injury risk curves for the evaluation of occupant protection in side impact tests
  • ISO 15829, 2nd Edition, Road vehicles – Side impact test procedures for the evaluation of occupant interactions with side airbags by pole impact simulation
  • ISO 16250, 1st Edition, Road vehicles – Objective rating metrics for dynamic systems


For similar standards, please see our page, Document Center List of Standards on Ground Vehicles in General.

Not all standards bodies use the ICS Classification system for their standards.  So you’ll probably want to review the SAE Ground Vehicle Standards (SAE-J documents) when you’re looking for items regarding this topic.

You’ll also notice that it is not uncommon for ISO documents to be on our list one quarter and then have the adoptions of those same ISO documents show up the next.  It might be a national adoption (like the BS ISO standard above) or a regional adoption (like the BS EN ISO publications reviewed here).  If you ever have any questions about what the differences are in these “adoption” documents, you can contact us or review my StandardsForum.com blog, What’s the difference between an ISO, EN ISO and BS EN ISO Standard?
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