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ISO 27955

Road vehicles — Securing of cargo in passenger cars, station wagons and multi-purpose vehicles — Requirements and test methods

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 August 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Road vehicles in general): 43.020
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This International Standard applies to devices for the securing of cargo in passenger cars1), station wagons1) and multi-purpose passenger cars1), where the seats directly delimit the loading space.

This International Standard defines minimum requirements and tests for front and rear seats and partitioning systems, in order to improve the protection of the vehicle occupants against shifting load during a frontal impact. In addition, this International Standard defines minimum requirements and tests for lashing points in the above-mentioned vehicles in order to be able to secure a load (luggage or goods) in a reliable and roadworthy way.

For vehicles2) primarily designed for the transportation of cargo and derived from a passenger car1), only the requirements concerning the lashing points of this International Standard apply. Additional requirements for these vehicles2) and requirements for any other delivery vans are specified in ISO 27956.

1) M1 class vehicles (see 70/156/EEC), also defined as Category 1-1 Vehicles in UN ECE WP29 - Special resolution No. 1 (TRANS/WP.29/1045).

2) N1 class vehicles (see ECE document TRANS/WP.29/78/Rev.1/Amend.2).

Document History

ISO 27955
August 1, 2010
Road vehicles — Securing of cargo in passenger cars, station wagons and multi-purpose vehicles — Requirements and test methods
This International Standard applies to devices for the securing of cargo in passenger cars1), station wagons1) and multi-purpose passenger cars1), where the seats directly delimit the loading space....

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