The Road Vehicles and Non-Road Mobile Machinery (Type-Approval) (Amendment and Transitional Provisions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2022
Amends/Commences: New entry
Comes into force: 31st December 2022
Jurisdiction: Great Britain
To reflect the transition to the GB type-approval scheme, the 'e-marking’ required on vehicle part is replaced by a 'g-marking'.
Manufacturers of road vehicles must transition to the GB type-approval scheme by 1st February 2026. There will be a voluntary phase for manufacturers to familiarise themselves with the new GB type-approval scheme, which ends on 1st February 2024. It will then be compulsory to apply for the GB type-approval scheme by 1st February 2024, for new road vehicles.
Manufacturers of trailers and parts for road vehicles must obtain a type-approval certificate under the Provisional GB scheme by 1st January 2023. They must then transition to the GB type-approval scheme by 1st February 2027.
Northern Ireland Protocol: Vehicles and machinery engines that are produced and approved in Northern Ireland in accordance with EU standards may be sold in Great Britain (GB), without the requirement for further approvals.
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