Roadworthiness tests that all vehicles must undergo to be driven on European Union roadways are about to get tougher. The EU Council of Ministers – the senior legislative body of the 27-member EU – agrees to changes to relevant legislation that lay down minimum standards for such vehicle examinations. The ministers’ aim is to make sure dangerous vehicles are not driven in Europe because one or more member states is lax on its testing. Additionally, because vehicle technology is ...
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