De eerste plannen hiervoor werden in het najaar van 2017 aangekondigd en vervolgens min of meer doorgewuifd door de lidstaten en EU-organen. De regeling is in januari 2020 ingegaan (voor nieuwe typegoedkeuringen), is sinds begin 2021 van kracht voor alle nieuwe voertuigen en is bedoeld als testfase tot 2026. Gedurende deze periode zal jaarlijks een rapport verschijnen …. Read More
The system comes in 2021 and the OBFCM then undergoes a five-year trial. Then it is checked whether the results are satisfactory. And only then would it be possible to discuss additional taxes for inefficient drivers. At present it is not yet technically possible for this data to be supplied to the EU. For now, the only punishment for …. Read More
The OBFCM data can be used to develop regulatory measures to ensure that the gap between type approval and real-world CO2 emissions does not grow over time. Should there be only a fuel consumption meter or in the future also a obecm On board electricity consumption meter? And what about hydrogen? obhcm?
Starting in 2021, the Commission of the European Union will be required to monitor the consumption of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. Manufacturers will be required to provide recorded consumption data and provide it to the Commission for each vehicle individually, which only increases the pressure on companies to produce as economical vehicles as possible, …. Read More
First plans were announced in the autumn of 2017 and then more or less waved by the member states and the EU committees. The scheme will start in January 2020 (for new type approvals) or one year later for all new cars and will be put into operation until 2026 as a trial phase. During this period, …. Read More
It is precisely this potential that gets critics on the scene. In order to prevent the total individual monitoring of motorists by the authorities, consumer advocates demand the greatest possible protection in terms of data storage and their utilization. “In our opinion, this clearly requires anonymization of the data so that it can not be assigned to …. Read More
In the future, car manufacturers have to transmit data on the actual fuel consumption of their vehicles to the EU. That should create more transparency. Even motorists could be forced to thrift. From 2021, the EU Commission will be required to monitor real fuel consumption for cars and light commercial vehicles. Automakers then need to record the actual …. Read More
By introducing the new world harmonized driving cycle (WLTC) in September 2017, which is addressing a more realistic speed profile or traffic conditions, the gap between the certification and road test is expected to be reduced in half.Additionally the EU Commission plans to monitor vehicles more closely. From 2020, devices for recording fuel and energy …. Read More