Update on enquiries for a bulk purchase of Winfried Gaupp's new book BRAKING LEGISLATION FOR ROAD VEHICLES
We received about 30 enquiries for this book during thhe Brake Workshop, to establish the cost of this book if a bulk order is made. The current price is Euro 49.80 (about R 840.00) with a discount offer if more than 5 books are ordered.
Once we receive details concerning freight costs and duty will we publish the local price and ask you then to commit with a firm order with paymernt up front to enable us to place the order with the Kirschbaum Verlag in Germany.
This new book by Winfried Gaupp replaces the original version, BRAKING LEGISLATION FOR ROAD VEHICLES, which was published in 2016 by the University of Bradford (UK).Should we get a sufficient number of persons interested in the purchase of this new book, then we will explore the option of a bulk purchase with the possibility of a signifficant discount on the book and postage fees.
If you are interested then please send me a mail by clicking on this link. Your enquiry will not be binding in any way, we will first have to establish the correct costs. At this stage a single copy could be purchased for Euro 49.80 (about R 840.00) excluding postage and import duty.
Foreword by Winfried Gaupp to the origin of this book.
The origin of this book goes back about 10 years ago when I started delivering the lecture “Braking Legislation for Road Vehicles” during the annual University of Bradford „Braking of Road Vehicles“ course for professional engineers. The first edition of this book under the title „Braking Legislation for Road Vehicles“ was published in 2016 by the University of Bradford (edited by Dr David Bryant).
My aim was to show how type-approval and braking legislation are embedded in different regulatory frameworks (EU/Brussels and UN/Geneva). The hierarchic and systematic relations between these legal spheres are quite complex: different validity dates, exceptions and amendments on the one hand, and lots of institutions, organisations, and authorities on the other make the full comprehension and understanding of the topic and its various issues very difficult.
The book aims to shed light on these problems and provide a comprehensive overview of all the different aspects related to European Type Approval Regulation, with the emphasis on braking regulations and the currently much discussed subject of “Automated/Autonomous and Connected Vehicles”.
Due to new developments and also new European and international regulatory publications, this second edition has been enlarged and updated - importantly an overview of the new Regulation (EU) 2018/858 has been incorporated into the book.
I thank Dr David Bryant very much for his valuable help in editing the script of this book.
I would also like to thank Kirschbaum Verlag for their reliable support and the arrangement of layout, design, and printing
Winfried Gaupp Hattingen, Germany – July 2019