Revision 3 Of The 1958 Agreement

16 December 2020, 8:10 | Uncategorized | Commenti: 0

The 1998 agreement currently includes 38 parties and 20 United Nations that have been created in the Un World Register. Global technical harmonization of vehicles is governed by two international agreements – the 1958 agreement and the 1998 parallel agreement. These agreements create globally harmonized requirements to ensure a high level of safety, environmental protection, energy efficiency and theft protection. Both agreements help remove technical barriers to trade and prevent the creation of new agreements. EU participation gives producers easy access to non-EU markets. In recent years, the European Union has decided to replace as many European directives as possible with the 1958 UN regulations and to refer directly to these UN rules in EU legislation. Revision 3 of the 1958 agreement came into force on 14 September 2017. The 2013/454/EU and 2013/456/EU council decisions change the decisions on the two agreements after the Lisbon Treaty comes into force. The 1958 Agreement on Technical Vehicle Harmonization was established by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN-EEC). The agreement provides the legal and administrative framework for the definition of uniform international UN rules.

The 1958 agreement currently has 56 parties and 149 UN regulations attached. The 1998 agreement applies in parallel with the 1958 convention. The aim is to further improve the international harmonization process by developing global technical rules (GTR). The main difference is that the parallel agreement does not provide for mutual recognition of authorisations issued on the basis of global technical rules.

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