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Motociklininku protesto akcija pries EU ''reguliuotojus'' Airijoje

http://www.rte.ie/news/2011/0925/motorcyles.html#article
2011 Lapkričio 4 00:10 redagavo marukas 2011 lapkričio 4 00:11 Triumph Tiger 955i
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nu jo..., tas evrosojuzas uzknis konkreciai, reik suprast kad musu lochai seime pasirasys uz sita nesamone neturedami jokio supratimo ir net neskaite, kaip kad pasirase uz europos konstitucija... as jau nekalbu kad tepalu negalesi pasikeist pats, bet pats didziausias debilizmas tai - Any motorbike over seven years old would not be allowed on the road in an urban area. bl as jau nepapulciau i ta kategorija...
2011 Lapkričio 4 00:45
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va butent...ir netgi drisciau speti, kad tokiu nepapuolanciu i ta kategorija butu dauguma...

P.S. del nuommones apie musu seima visiskai pritariu :)
2011 Lapkričio 4 00:59 Triumph Tiger 955i
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Truputi aiskiau cia:
THE REALITY CHECK–LIST

Anti-Tampering – Powers to make changes more difficult to the engine and drive train of motorcycles

Myth busting reality:

It will not be illegal to change components on a motorcycle

There will not be spot checks of motorcycles on the road

It will only apply to new motorcycles

ABS - Commission wants powers to specify minimum safety equipment for motorcycles including mandatory ABS on larger bikes or CBS on smaller bikes as well as Automatic Headlights On (AHO) on all bikes

Myth busting reality:

Original text excludes enduro and trail bikes

Off switch probably up to manufacturer discretion

AHO already on nearly all bikes sold in EU

On Board Diagnostics (OBD) - will be compulsory in two stages OBD 1 and 2

Myth busting reality:

Not an onboard tracking device – only shows component failure or component out of tolerance

Will not stop bike working


Emissions - Bring pollutant limits for bikes in line with cars in three stages over the next decade. Bikes must remain compliant for 50,000km (less for smaller bikes)

Myth busting reality:

Bikes release a much higher amount of carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons than cars

Catalytic converters can be fitted to motorcycles and routinely are

Bikes over 7 years old will not be banned from entering town centres

Measures Outside of Type Approval

There is nothing in the proposed regulation on the wearing of compulsory high visibility clothing; town centre bans for old motorcycles; power limits or European wide MOTs. Some other EU countries have proposed such things, but not the EU and they are not being proposed in the UK either says the BMF.

The BMF have a long record of lobbying on EU matters and working through FEMA (Federation of European Motorcyclists Associations) and the FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme), as well as having discussions with the UK government, the BMF have made the case for British motorcycling.

BMF Government relations Executive Chris Hodder said: “This is about perspective. There are benefits in Type Approval where high quality standards for original equipment and performance are concerned and where barriers to trade are removed, but the BMF is vehemently opposed to any regulation restricting an individual's freedom to modify or improve their own motorcycle.”

BMF EU Type Approval Briefing document:: http://www.bmf.co.uk/pages/briefing_room.php?fullstory=1020
Pagal http://www.bmf.co.uk/pages/news.php?fullstory=1021
2011 Lapkričio 4 10:02 "Turbato melius capiuntur flumine pisces"
 




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