Installation of signs on trucks. The mode is represented by over 295 signs marking trucks.
Signs: 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / E / E (yellow) / EEV / G / H / H (yellow) / IV / L / S / U / III / V / VI / R (yellow) / TIR / No TIR / T.I.R. / No T.I.R. And many others. These signs are located at the front of the truck cabin.
E = (Environment) or white letter “U” (Umwelt), denoting vehicle with a Euro-1 engine.
EEV = Enhanced environmentally friendly vehicle (emission category between V and VI) is a term used in the European emission standards for the definition of a “clean vehicle” > 3.5 tonne in the category M2 and M3. The standard lies between the levels of Euro V and Euro VI.
G = denoting Gerauscharm Fahrzeug (ie noiseless/quiet vehicle): German version of the Austrian “L” plate for use only on diesel vehicles meeting German low-noise requirements – similar to those for Austria as above.
L = denoting Larmarm Fahrzeug (ie low noise vehicle): Austrian version of the symbol for quiet diesel vehicle which are:
– small and medium-sized lorries of no more than 150KW producing noise levels no greater than 78dB.
– heavy lorries exceeding 150KW with noise levels no greater than 80dB.
S = (Sicher/safe) denoting a vehicle with a Euro-2 engine and safety features.
3 = denoting a vehicle with a Euro-3 engine and safety features.
4 = denoting a vehicle with a Euro-4 engine and safety features.
5 = denoting a vehicle with a Euro-5 engine and safety features.
6 = denoting a vehicle with a Euro-6 engine and safety features.
A = required in Germany on all vehicles carrying waste.
K* = required in Germany for vehicles making use of exceptions to the Motor Tax Law.
R (yellow) = The truck has route approval, for ex. heavy transport. (used in Austria).
H (yellow) = The truck has higher gross vehicle weight, for ex. heavy transport. (used in Austria).
E (yellow) = The truck has restricted gross vehicle weight. Tax benefits for it. (used in Austria).
III – VI = European emission standards III-VI for HGVs (> 3.5 tonne).
ADR signs: ADR / 22-1951 Argon Refrigerated Liquid / 22-1977 Liquid Nitrogen / 22-2187 Carbon Dioxide Refrigerated Liquid / 23-1965 Liquefied Petroleum Gas LPG / 23-1971 Methane Compressed or Natural Gas Compresed With High Methane Content / 30-1202 Diesel / 30-1223 Kerosene / 30-1267 Crude Oil / 30-1300 Turpentine Substitute / 30-1863 Fuel Aviation Turbine Engine / 30-1999 Tars Liquid Including Road Oils And Cutback Bitumens / 33-1090 Acetone / 33-1203 Gasoline / 33-1219 Isopropanol (Isopropyl Alcohol) / 44-2448 Sulphur Molten / 80-1824 Sodium Hydroxide Solution / 80-1830 Sulphuric Acid / 80-2796 Sulphuric Acid (with Not More Than 51% Acid) / 86-2809 Mercury / 225-1073 Oxygen Refrigerated Liquid / 225-2201 Nitrous Oxide / 90-3082 Environmentally Hazardous Substance Liquid / Dangerous For The Environment / Flammable Materials / Flammable Materials 2 / Flammable Materials 3 / Flammable Solid Miscellaneous Goods Hazard Class 9 Material / Radioactive 1 / Radioactive 2 / Radioactive 3 / 30-1866 Resin Solution Flammable / 33-1866 Resin Solution Flammable / 30-1307 Xylenes / 33-1307 Xylenes / Infectious Material / Toxic Gases / Toxic Material / Corrosive Material / 99-3257 Elevated Temperature Liquid N.O.S. And many others. These signs are located at the front of the truck cabin.
For more information about ADR.
Speed limit signs: 30 / 40 / 50 / 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 / 100 / 110 / 120. The combination of red white and yellow red. These signs are located at the rear of the truck cabin.
Country symbols: Austria / Belarus / Belgium / Bosnia and Hherzegovina / Bulgaria / Croatia / Cyprus / Czech Rrepublic / Denmark / Ex Yugoslavia / Estonia / France / Germany / Greece / Hungary / Island / Ireland / Italy / Latvia / Liechtenstein / Lithuania / Luxembourg / Macedonia / Montenegro / Netherlands / Norway / Poland / Portugal / Romania / Russia / Serbia / Slovenia / Spain / Switzerland / Turkey / United Kingdom. These symbols are located at the rear of the truck cabin.