- a vehicle that moves on wheels and usually has a container for transporting things or people
"the oldest known wheeled vehicles were found in Sumer and Syria and date from around 3500 BC"
- A four-wheeled category B vehicle capable of a speed of at least 100 km/h;
- Three-wheeled vehicle with an electric motor powered by two rechargeable 12 V batteries.
- Four-wheeled vehicle with an electric motor powered by two rechargeable 12 V batteries.
- A new four-wheeled vehicle with a 954 cm3 compression-ignition internal combustion piston engine, a gross vehicle weight of approximately 1800 kg (a vehicle weight of 720 kg and a load capacity of 1080 kg) and approximate dimensions of 2,9 m (length) × 1,6 m (width).
- Three-wheeled vehicle with an electric motor powered by two rechargeable 12 V batteries. It is approximately 61 cm wide, 120 cm long and 76 cm high (with the backrest folded down), with a total weight without batteries of approximately 46 kg.
- Four-wheeled vehicle with an electric motor powered by two rechargeable 12 V batteries. It is approximately 48 cm wide, 99 cm long and 58 cm high (with the backrest folded down), with a total weight without batteries of approximately 34,5 kg.
- Paragraph 2 shall not apply to vehicle types approved before 1 October 2002 pursuant to Council Directive 77/537/EEC of 28 June 1977 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the measures to be taken against the emission of pollutants from diesel engines for use in wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors  or to any subsequent extensions to those approvals.
- In addition, a new series of amendments to Regulation No 83 (Emissions), Regulation No 34 (Fuel tanks), Regulation No 11 (Door latches and hinges), Regulation No 13 (Braking), Regulation No 18 (Anti-theft), Regulation No 97 (Vehicle alarm systems) Regulation No 17 (Seat strength and combined head restraints) Regulation No 26 (Exterior projection), Regulation No 14 (Seatbelt anchorages), Regulation No 48 (Installation of lighting and light signalling devices), Regulations No 1, No 8 and No 20 (Headlamps), Regulation No 44 (Child restraints), Regulation No 49 (Emissions heavy-duty vehicles), Regulation No 64 (Temporary-use spare wheels/tyres) to which the Community has already acceded entered into force. In accordance with Article 4(4) of Council Decision 97/836/EC of 27 November 1997 with a view to accession by the European Community to the Agreement of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe concerning the adoption of uniform technical prescriptions for wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts which can be fitted to and/or be used on wheeled vehicles and the conditions for reciprocal recognition of approvals granted on the basis of these prescriptions (Revised 1958 Agreement), the Community has decided that those UNECE Regulations are part of Community law.