The Ministry of Industry and Trade has proposed to return ABS to mandatory requirements for automobile production from November.
MOSCOW, February 22 – RIA Novosti. The Ministry of Industry and Trade has prepared a plan for a gradual return to the original requirements of technical regulations on automobile production in the Russian Federation: it is proposed to make the installation of the ABS system mandatory from November 1, 2023. again, and from June 1, 2023, following the decree published on the federal portal of regulatory legal acts, to ban the production of cars with motors below the second environmental class in the country.
“The Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade has prepared a draft resolution that provides a gradual return to the current requirements of the TR TS 018/2011 technical regulation, which regulates the safety level of domestic vehicles as of June 1, 2023. Within the framework of the Government Decree dated May 12, 2022 and numbered 855.”
“From June 1, 2023, vehicles manufactured in the Russian Federation will have to meet at least “2” environmental standards. From November 1, 2023, it is proposed to introduce requirements for vehicles to be equipped with anti-lock braking system,” Russian Federation Industry and Trade Added the Ministry.
At the same time, the ministry announced that the deadlines for the submission of new safety requirements were decided, taking into account the technical capabilities of the largest Russian vehicle manufacturers and their readiness to assume the obligations to equip the produced vehicles with the appropriate systems.
According to the document, the new and stricter rules are proposed to be extended until February 1, 2024.
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