Commission urges Member States to transpose new vehicle testing rules increasing road safety (NL #69)
Commission urges Member States to transpose new vehicle testing rules increasing road safety (NL #69)
The Commission requested today 6 Member States to fully transpose the 'Roadworthiness Package' adopted in 2014 and whose aim is to improve vehicle testing in EU, and, therefore, road safety. This package is made of three EU Directives which Member States were required to transpose by 20 May 2017. To date, however, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Romania and Slovakia have not – or only partially – done so. Firstly, the Czech Republic, Romania and Slovakia have not adopted, published and communicated to the Commission the national measures transposing the updated rules on the periodical technical inspection of motor vehicles and their trailers (Directive 2014/45/EU). The Directive covers passenger cars, trucks, buses, heavy-trailers, motorcycles and speed tractors, and defines the items to be tested during the roadworthiness test, the tests methods, and the defects and their assessment. The Directive also introduces minimum requirements for the testing facilities, the training of inspectors and the supervising bodies.Secondly, Cyprus, Ireland, and Slovakia havenot adopted, published and communicated to the Commission national measures transposing the updated rules concerning the registration documents for vehicles (Directive 2014/46/EU). This Directive requires Member States to set up electronic vehicle registers with harmonised content, and it defines the procedure to be followed in case of a failed periodic roadworthiness test. Finally, the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland and Slovakia havenot adopted, published and communicated to the Commission the national measures transposing the update regime for the technical roadside inspection of commercial vehicles (Directive 2014/47/EU). This Directive provides common rules for the technical roadside inspection of trucks, buses, heavy-trailers and speed tractors. The Commission sent these requests in the form of reasoned opinions. All Member States concerned now have two months to reply; otherwise, the Commission may decide to refer them to the Court of Justice of the EU.
 
 
 
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