Bosch supplies new headlight testing system meeting the new §29 StVZO general-inspection headlight-test directive

The new regulation of the German Road Traffic Type Approval Law StVZO § 29 general-inspection headlight-test directive, effective since January 1, 2015 states that newly established headlight test areas must meet specific requirements concerning stability, unevenness and inclination. The directive describes the whole test system including the setup areas for both the vehicle and the headlight tester.

In future, Bosch will provide a complete solution for the headlight test area. The workshop solution consists of a levelable testing bay and rails for the headlight tester HTD 815. The Bosch levelable testing bay will provide a solution complying with the directive – particularly for those workshops not having enough leveled setup areas or insufficient space for an additional lift.

The automotive workshop Derichs in Stolberg, close to Cologne (Germany), accepted as Bosch Service by the Robert Bosch GmbH since 1961 now complies with the requirements of the general-inspection headlight-test directive of § 29 StVZO of the German Road Traffic Type Approval. With immediate effect, the specialist automotive workshop Derichs disposes of a Bosch levelable testing bay. In addition, the digital headlight tester Bosch HTD 815 has been put in operation on the test area. This perfectly matched headlight testing system will allow headlight tests for latest headlights including headlight adjustment – and all of that in accordance with the directive and in an efficient manner.

Bosch LTB 100 - Levelable test bay
Bosch HTD815 headlight tester
Bosch Car Service Derichs

Bosch supplies new headlight testing system meeting the new §29 StVZO general-inspection headlight-test directive

The new regulation of the German Road Traffic Type Approval Law StVZO § 29 general-inspection headlight-test directive, effective since January 1, 2015 states that newly established headlight test areas must meet specific requirements concerning stability, unevenness and inclination. The directive describes the whole test system including the setup areas for both the vehicle and the headlight tester.

In future, Bosch will provide a complete solution for the headlight test area. The workshop solution consists of a levelable testing bay and rails for the headlight tester HTD 815. The Bosch levelable testing bay will provide a solution complying with the directive – particularly for those workshops not having enough leveled setup areas or insufficient space for an additional lift.

The automotive workshop Derichs in Stolberg, close to Cologne (Germany), accepted as Bosch Service by the Robert Bosch GmbH since 1961 now complies with the requirements of the general-inspection headlight-test directive of § 29 StVZO of the German Road Traffic Type Approval. With immediate effect, the specialist automotive workshop Derichs disposes of a Bosch levelable testing bay. In addition, the digital headlight tester Bosch HTD 815 has been put in operation on the test area. This perfectly matched headlight testing system will allow headlight tests for latest headlights including headlight adjustment – and all of that in accordance with the directive and in an efficient manner.

Bosch LTB 100 - Levelable test bay
Bosch HTD815 headlight tester
Bosch Car Service Derichs

Bosch supplies new headlight testing system meeting the new §29 StVZO general-inspection headlight-test directive

The new regulation of the German Road Traffic Type Approval Law StVZO § 29 general-inspection headlight-test directive, effective since January 1, 2015 states that newly established headlight test areas must meet specific requirements concerning stability, unevenness and inclination. The directive describes the whole test system including the setup areas for both the vehicle and the headlight tester.

In future, Bosch will provide a complete solution for the headlight test area. The workshop solution consists of a levelable testing bay and rails for the headlight tester HTD 815. The Bosch levelable testing bay will provide a solution complying with the directive – particularly for those workshops not having enough leveled setup areas or insufficient space for an additional lift.

The automotive workshop Derichs in Stolberg, close to Cologne (Germany), accepted as Bosch Service by the Robert Bosch GmbH since 1961 now complies with the requirements of the general-inspection headlight-test directive of § 29 StVZO of the German Road Traffic Type Approval. With immediate effect, the specialist automotive workshop Derichs disposes of a Bosch levelable testing bay. In addition, the digital headlight tester Bosch HTD 815 has been put in operation on the test area. This perfectly matched headlight testing system will allow headlight tests for latest headlights including headlight adjustment – and all of that in accordance with the directive and in an efficient manner.

Bosch LTB 100 - Levelable test bay
Bosch HTD815 headlight tester
Bosch Car Service Derichs