This European Standard is applicable for karting facilities, as defined in 3.1 below, relating to karts that are not intended to be used on public roads.
This European Standard applies to:
-   operation of leisure karts only;
-   operation of karts propelled by a combustion engine, including LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) combustion engines;
-   operation of karts used on indoor and outdoor tracks, permanent or temporary;
-   operation of karts used on supervised tracks designed for leisure karting, with a permanent hard surface (such as asphalt, concrete, timber and steel);
This part 2 does not consider the use of karts on ice or snow.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   operation of karts used for competition organized by and under the responsibility of Commission international of Karting (CIK) Federation International of Automobile (FIA) and/or ASN (a national automobile club or other national body recognized by the FIA as sole holder of sporting power in a country), ensuring through the granting of licenses by an ASN or one of its affiliated members as defined in the International Sporting code, compliance with the safety, sporting, disciplinary and technical rules of the CIK-FIA and/ or ASN;
-   operation of karts designed exclusively for competition and toys;
-   operation of cross country karts;
-   operation of karts with two or more seats;
-   operation of karts used on tracks not mentioned above (such as mud, earth);
-   operation of karts used in amusement parks.
The requirements related to the hazards of electrical propulsion are not covered in this European Standard. Other than when the hazards of electrical propulsion dictate the operational standards herein are applicable to electrical carts.
This European Standard specifies appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (see Clause 6) during operation and maintenance of the karts, when carried out as intended by the manufacturer.
This document is the part 2 covering track design and operation referred to in the scope of part 1.
This document serves to provide guidance for circuit operators regarding the safe operation of karting facilities. It does not remove the participants' responsibility for their own safety, nor does it remove the overriding principle that motorsport, due to its very nature, can be dangerous.

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This European Standard is applicable for karts, according to 3.1, that are not intended to be used on public roads.
This European Standard applies to:
-   leisure karts only;
-   karts propelled by a combustion engine, including LPG combustion engines;
-   karts used on indoor and outdoor tracks, permanent or temporary;
-   karts used on supervised tracks designed for leisure karting, with a sealed ground (such as asphalt, concrete, ice or snow).
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   karts used for competition organised by and under the responsibility of the CIK-FIA and/or ASN, ensuring through the granting of licenses by an ASN or one of its affiliated members as defined in the International Sporting code, compliance with the safety, sporting, disciplinary and technical rules of the CIAK-FIA and/ or ASN;
-   karts designed exclusively for competition and toys;
-   cross country karts;
-   karts with two or more seats;
-   karts used on tracks not mentioned above (such as mud, earth);
-   karts used in amusement parks.
The requirements related to the hazards of electrical propulsion are not covered in this European Standard.
The requirements related to whole-body vibration are not covered in this European Standard.
This European Standard specifies appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (see Clause 6) during operation and maintenance of the karts, when carried out as intended by the manufacturer.
Safety in karting activities is dependent on a correct interaction between leisure karts and the track equipment and facilities. General recommendations for tracks to be used for leisure karting are included in this part of the standard.
This document is not applicable to karts that are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.
NOTE   Specific requirements for tracks design and operation will be included in a future Part 2 of this standard.

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This European Standard applies to All Terrain Vehicles or ATVs as defined in Clause 3 propelled by internal combustion engines using liquid fuels (petrol, diesel) not intended to be used on public roads1). This European Standard is not dealing with :
ATVs exclusively intended for competition2);
agricultural and forestry tractors coming under the Directive 2003/37/EC;
accessories for additional functions (towing hook and load carrying provisions remaining within the
vertical projection onto the ground of the vehicle are not considered as accessories);
the additional hazards due to the use of the ATV on public roads;
the additional hazards due to the use of remote control.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to ATVs,
when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the
manufacturer (see Clause 4). It deals with the significant hazards during the whole lifecycle of the product as
defined in 5.3 of EN ISO 12100-1:2003. This European Standard is not applicable to ATVs which are manufactured before the date of its publication
as EN.

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This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and the test methods for single-track two-wheel motor vehicles, driven by a rider sitting astride. This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to single-track two-wheel motor vehicles propelled by a spark ignited internal combustion engine (hereinafter referred to as "vehicles"), when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
The vehicles covered by this European Standard are not intended to be used on public roads.
The vehicles covered by this European Standard are intended only for the rider and not for passengers.
This European Standard does not cover vehicles propelled with gaseous fuels.
This European Standard specifies the appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (see Clause 4) during commissioning, operation and maintenance of the vehicles when carried out in accordance with the specifications as intended by the manufacturer.
This European Standard is not applicable to vehicles which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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This European Standard applies to “All Terrain Vehicles” or “ATVs” as defined in Clause 3 using liquid fuels (e.g. petrol, diesel). This European Standard does not deal with requirements relating to use on public roads  ).
This European Standard is not dealing with:
   ATVs exclusively intended for competition  );
   agricultural and forestry tractors coming under the Directive 2003/37/EC;
   accessories for additional functions (towing hook and load carrying provisions remaining within the vertical projection onto the ground of the vehicle without these load carrying provisions are not considered as accessories);
   the additional hazards due to the use of the ATV on public roads;
   the additional hazards due to the use of remote control.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to ATVs, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). It deals with the significant hazards during the whole lifecycle of the product as defined in 5.3 of EN ISO 12100-1:2003.
This European Standard is not applicable to ATVs which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.
NOTE   For the purpose of this document, any reference to the vehicle should be regarded as a reference as a machine.

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This document applies to personal light electric vehicles totally or partially electrically powered from self-contained power sources with or without self-balancing system, with exception of vehicles intended for hire from unattended station.
This document applies to personal light electric vehicles with or without self-balancing system totally or partially electrically powered from self-contained power sources having battery voltages up to 100 VDC, with or without an integrated battery charger with up to a 240 VAC input. This document specifies safety requirements, test methods, marking and information relating to personal light electric vehicles to reduce the risk of injuries to both third parties and the user during intended use, i.e. when used as intended and under conditions of misuse that are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
This document does not apply to:
- vehicles that are considered as toys;
- vehicles without self-balancing system with a seat;
- vehicles intended for competition;
- electrically powered assisted cycles (EPAC);
- vehicles and/or devices intend for use for medical care;
- electric vehicles having a maximum design speed above 25 Km/h;
- vehicles having a rated voltage of more than 100 VDC or 240 VAC;
- vehicles without an on-board driving operator.
NOTE 1   EN ISO 13482 gives the requirements for vehicles without on-board driving operator.
NOTE 2   See D.2.
NOTE 3   The local regulation could limit the use of the vehicle to a speed lower than 25 km/h.

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This European Standard applies to "Side by Side machines" or "SbSs" as defined in Clause 3, propelled by internal combustion engines using liquid fuels (petrol, diesel, bio-fuels, lpg) and/or electric drive, intended to be used primarily on unpaved surfaces and not intended to be used on public roads ).
This European Standard defines safety requirements relating to the elements of design, operation, and maintenance of Side by Side machines and deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to Side by Side machines, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). It deals with the significant hazards during the whole lifecycle of the product as defined in of EN ISO 12100:2010, 5.3
This European Standard is not dealing with:
-   Side by Side Machines exclusively intended for competition );
-   Side by Side Machines intended to be used by persons under the age of 14 years;
-   agricultural and forestry tractors coming under Regulation (EU)167/2013;
-   3 or 4 wheeled vehicles coming under Regulation (EU)168/2013;
-   accessories for additional functions );
-   the additional hazards due to the use of the Side by Side Machine on public roads;
-   the additional hazards due to the use of remote control.
This document is not intended to cover all terrain machines (ATVs) complying with EN 15997.
This European Standard is not applicable to Side by Side machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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1 Modification to table 1 Type of kart - Manufacturers design parameters
2 Modification to clause 7.4.1.2 "Additional requirements for all-around protection having a shaped surface"
3 Modification to clause 7.5.1.2 "Mechanical components of the brake system"
4 Modification to clause 9.2 "User manual"
5 Modification to clause 9.4
6 Modification to clause A.3.2 Test method for the distance between the ground and lower edge of the protection (a value Figure 2)7 Modification to clause A.3.3 Test method to measure the distance between the ground and the upper edge of the protection (b value  Figure 2)
8 Modification to clause E.2 Coupling the hand and body to the vibration source
9 Modification to clause E.7 Information to be reported

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This European Standard is applicable for karts, according to 3.1, that are not intended to be used on public roads.
This European standard applies to:
- leisure karts only;
- karts propelled by a combustion engine, including LPG combustion engines;
- karts used on indoor and outdoor tracks, permanent or temporary;
- karts used on supervised tracks designed for leisure karting, with a sealed ground (such as asphalt, concrete, ice or snow).
This European Standard does not apply to:
- karts used for competition organised by and under the responsibility of the CIK-FIA and/or ASN, ensuring through the granting of licenses by an ASN or one of its affiliated members as defined in the International Sporting code, compliance with the safety, sporting, disciplinary and technical rules of the CIAK-FIA and/ or ASN;
- karts designed exclusively for competition and toys;
- cross country karts;
- karts with two or more seats;
- karts used on tracks not mentioned above (such as mud, earth);
- karts used in amusement parks.
The requirements related to the hazards of electrical propulsion are not covered in this European Standard.
The requirements related to whole-body vibration are not covered in this European Standard.
This European Standard specifies appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (see Clause 6) during operation and maintenance of the karts, when carried out as intended by the manufacturer.
Safety in karting activities is dependent on a correct interaction between leisure karts and the track equipment and facilities. General recommendations for tracks to be used for leisure karting are included in this part of the standard.
This document is not applicable to karts that are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.
NOTE   Specific requirements for tracks design and operation will be included in a future Part 2 of this standard.

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