Friday, June 2, 2023

Inspection price to rise from Saturday – a new mandatory time-limit measure in the background


The first transition phase lasts until 2025.

Beginning May 20, 2023, inspection offices will begin collecting fuel and other driving energy consumption data measured during use for gasoline, diesel and hydride vehicles.

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The collection process is carried out in connection with periodic inspections and applies to vehicles subject to annual periodic inspections in the first phase on and after January 1, 2021.

In 2025, data collection will be expanded to cover all passenger cars and vans introduced in 2021 and beyond.

However, there is no intention to collect driving energy consumption data from electric cars.

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According to the impact assessment, due to the change, inspection prices will be subject to upward pressure of around 5 to 10 Euros.

According to Traficom, the data collected will be used “in the development of regulation relating to the monitoring and reporting of actual driving consumption data of new vehicles”.

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