Glass ceiling lamp - 12V, 5W - Base: W2,1x9,5d - Brandlight from NARVA - Dimension: 10x26,8mm
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Nowadays vehicle accessories and components must comply with EC directives or UN/ECE regulations and be 'e-marked' to demonstrate this. The 'e-mark', a number-letter combination on the product, which has to be clearly visible, contains details about the country of testing and certification, the application scope and, possibly, the corresponding vehicle type. So E-marks relating to exhaust systems are always limited to certain vehicle types, whereas e-marks relating to headlamps refer to groups of vehicles, such as motorcycles. The E-Mark has been made to the only proof of legality by the relevant lawmakers, i. e. there is no necessity for additional certificates and registrations by TüV (German safety standards authority -Technical Service to carry out the testing to Directives and Regulations), for instance. In addition, you are bound to observe all applicable StVZO vehicle regulations of the German road vehicle approval authority before replacing a spare. As regards the obligation to provide proof in traffic checks or TüV Safety Inspections, it is sufficient for vehicle owners to refer to the relevant type approval e-marks. The police officers are free to check e-marks contacting the Flensburg Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt (KBA - German Federal Motor Transport Authority), which is able to decode type approvals. E-marked original components of the latest models are only permitted to be replaced with e-marked spares or accessories. An e-marked mirror, for instance, cannot be replaced with a mirror only having the appropriate TüV size in accordance with German vehicle registration law or approval regulations.