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Implementation of the roadworthiness package: European implementation assessment

10-09-2020

Road transport is the most common means of transport in the EU, as well as the most important cause of accidents. In this respect, the European Union has developed a transport policy oriented towards safety and security through common standards and rules. A roadworthiness package was adopted at European level in 2014, aimed at improving road safety through common rules on periodic roadworthiness tests for motor vehicles and their trailers (Directive 2014/45/EU), vehicle registration documents (Directive ...

Road transport is the most common means of transport in the EU, as well as the most important cause of accidents. In this respect, the European Union has developed a transport policy oriented towards safety and security through common standards and rules. A roadworthiness package was adopted at European level in 2014, aimed at improving road safety through common rules on periodic roadworthiness tests for motor vehicles and their trailers (Directive 2014/45/EU), vehicle registration documents (Directive 2014/46/EU), and roadside inspections of commercial vehicles (Directive 2014/47/EU). The purpose of this European implementation assessment is to check whether the transposition of safety measures included in the package has led to common standards in practice, as well as to assess the current functioning of the exchange of information and the mutual recognition of technical controls between Member States.

Odometer manipulation in motor vehicles

09-01-2018

Second-hand cars traded across the EU have their odometer readings manipulated more frequently than those traded on national markets. Odometer fraud is difficult to track and leaves no trace. This incurs costs and creates challenges on the EU internal market. It can also impact EU road safety. Against this background, this European added value assessment identifies weaknesses in the existing EU legal system. Moreover, it outlines potential policy measures that could be taken at the EU level, and ...

Second-hand cars traded across the EU have their odometer readings manipulated more frequently than those traded on national markets. Odometer fraud is difficult to track and leaves no trace. This incurs costs and creates challenges on the EU internal market. It can also impact EU road safety. Against this background, this European added value assessment identifies weaknesses in the existing EU legal system. Moreover, it outlines potential policy measures that could be taken at the EU level, and that could generate European added value through coordinated approaches and more harmonisation in this area.

Research for TRAN Committee - Odometer tampering: measures to prevent it

15-11-2017

Odometer tampering is still a widespread malpractice in the European Union and it affects almost all second-hand car markets of its Member States. This study examines how improvement can be made by presenting the best practices implemented in some Member States and countries outside of the EU, while emphasising their success factors and results achieved. Furthermore, the study highlights the available technological developments and IT solutions to combat the phenomenon with a view to a potential ...

Odometer tampering is still a widespread malpractice in the European Union and it affects almost all second-hand car markets of its Member States. This study examines how improvement can be made by presenting the best practices implemented in some Member States and countries outside of the EU, while emphasising their success factors and results achieved. Furthermore, the study highlights the available technological developments and IT solutions to combat the phenomenon with a view to a potential further application by the European automotive industry.

Ekstern forfatter

Enrico Pastori, Raffaele Vergnani

Veje: trafik- og sikkerhedsbestemmelser

01-11-2017

Den Europæiske Union har sat sig som mål at skabe et europæisk område for færdselssikkerhed i løbet af perioden 2010-2020. Kompetencen på dette område er primært et nationalt anliggende. EU-foranstaltningerne vedrører derfor køretøjers tekniske stand, transport af farligt gods og vejsikkerhed.

Den Europæiske Union har sat sig som mål at skabe et europæisk område for færdselssikkerhed i løbet af perioden 2010-2020. Kompetencen på dette område er primært et nationalt anliggende. EU-foranstaltningerne vedrører derfor køretøjers tekniske stand, transport af farligt gods og vejsikkerhed.

Roadworthiness of motor vehicles

27-06-2013

The technical condition of vehicles deteriorates with use and age, and with poor maintenance. Proposals for improved roadworthiness of motor vehicles along common standards, and through reinforced technical inspections and additional roadside checks, are now under consideration by the European Parliament.

The technical condition of vehicles deteriorates with use and age, and with poor maintenance. Proposals for improved roadworthiness of motor vehicles along common standards, and through reinforced technical inspections and additional roadside checks, are now under consideration by the European Parliament.

"Roadworthiness Package": Initial Appraisal of the European Commission's Impact Assessment

07-11-2012

Initial analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission's Impact Assessment accompanying the three proposals contained in its "Roadworthiness Package" communicated in July 2012.

Initial analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission's Impact Assessment accompanying the three proposals contained in its "Roadworthiness Package" communicated in July 2012.

Enforcement of the EU Legislation on Road Freight Transport : Controls and Sanctions Related to Compliance with Road Safety Provisions

15-10-2008

The aim of the study is to provide an assessment of the quality, quantity and effectiveness of controls and sanctions in all the Member States of the European Union related to compliance with road safety provisions. The study describes enforcement and status of implementation and highlights best and worst practices in the Member States. An overview of the current legal framework is also provided.

The aim of the study is to provide an assessment of the quality, quantity and effectiveness of controls and sanctions in all the Member States of the European Union related to compliance with road safety provisions. The study describes enforcement and status of implementation and highlights best and worst practices in the Member States. An overview of the current legal framework is also provided.

Ekstern forfatter

Claudio Ricciolio, Giorgia Aresu (gestionnaire de projet) and Carolina Furgiuele (PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Srl - Italie)

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