Ikke-veigående mobile maskiner i trafikken
BAKGRUNN (fra Kommisjonens pressemelding 30.3.2023)
Commission paves way for mobile machinery to move easier on public roads across the EU
Today, the Commission has proposed a Regulation to facilitate the use of non-road mobile machinery such as cranes, harvesters, forklifts, snow cleaners on public roads. These rules will ultimately replace the different regulatory regimes that currently exist in Member States.
By harmonising at EU level, the technical requirements for the approval of non-road machinery, the new rules will contribute to remove fragmentation in the Single Market and eliminate barriers to the free circulation of such machinery, while ensuring a high level of road safety. The new rules will also reduce compliance and administrative burden, with cost savings estimated at up to €846 million over a period of 10 years.
Currently, there are no harmonised requirements for the use on EU public roads of non-road mobile machinery. As a result, EU manufacturers face a patchwork of legal frameworks that can differ significantly from a Member State to another, which results in delays and significant costs. In addition, end users such as rural contractors or construction companies may not be able to use their non-road mobile machinery in different Member States.
This initiative closes a gap in the Single Market, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. The new rules are an example of how the Commission continues to deliver new initiatives to lower barriers and costs, raise standards and increase competitiveness of EU industries.
Les hele pressemeldingen.