inquiEtude For the National Automobile Federation, two years would be necessary to set up this technical control
Compulsory technical inspection for two-wheelers is coming soon. Illustrative photo — SYSPEO/SIPA
The introduction of compulsory technical inspection for two-wheelers from 2023 worries professionals in the sector. They particularly deplore the vagueness that currently reigns around this measure. According to the National Automobile Federation (FNA), it would take two years of preparation to put this system in place, report our colleagues from BFMTV.
However, this measure has been well implemented. approved by the Council of State on October 31, 2022. “The texts will be ready before the end of the year and there will be a public consultation at the beginning of the year ;e 2023 for application by 2023; the end of the first half of 2023” to our colleagues close to the file. A calendar that has not been officially confirmed by the Ministry of Transport.
Protest by bikers
For their part, the two biker associations (FFMC and FFM) have attempted to to oppose once again this measure at a meeting on November 9, 2022, to no avail. “But we are not giving up, this measure does not help; nothing”, hammered Didier Renoult, spokesperson for the FFMC. Faced with; this situation, demonstrations are already taking place. scheduled for Saturday, November 26 and Sunday, November 27 by the Federation of Angry Bikers.
Control centers are afraid of being forced to organize themselves in the urgency, without having all the information, to implement this measure. “We don’t even know who will have to move the vehicle, the owner or the controller, knowing that for pollution, the size of the driver and the engine capacity play on the “ ;missions,” Emilie Repusseau, Deputy Secretary General of the FNA.