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The Road Vehicles and Non-Road Mobile Machinery (Type-Approval) (Amendment and Transitional Provisions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2022.; (124 page(s), in English)

Draft legislation making amendments to domestic legislation governing the type-approval of road vehicles, motorcycles, agricultural vehicles, and engines for non-road mobile machinery. The draft is fully developed but not final. Primarily it establishes a permanent type-approval scheme for passenger and goods vehicles and their trailers in Great Britain replacing the provisional scheme in place since 1st January 2021 and due to end on 31st December 2022. The legislation does not change the technical requirements vehicles will have to meet to obtain approval. The amendments are primarily to correct legal deficiencies, such as references to EU member states, the EU and its institutions which no longer apply in Great Britain, in EU legislation retained in domestic law at the end of 2020. In addition, those functions previously exercised by the EU Commission will be amended, bringing them under the control of the UK government where appropriate.

The permanent scheme will be optional for manufacturers seeking approval when the legislation comes into force and will then become mandatory from 1st July 2023 for new vehicle types. It will also apply to those with approval issued under the existing provisional scheme as those approvals expire after 1st July 2023. In addition, there are a number of transitional provisions for the continued use of approvals issued to EU regulations.

The legislation also extends existing provisional schemes for motorcycles and agricultural vehicles that are due to expire on 31st December 2022 and must be extended beyond that date to enable the continued supply of these products and enforcement action to address non-compliance. These schemes will continue to function as they do now, and no changes are proposed to the technical requirements applicable under them. In addition, provisional approval schemes for road vehicle trailers, components, and engines for non-road mobile machinery are proposed. These schemes will function in the same way as those for motorcycles and agricultural vehicles.