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Single market
Type of act
Proposal for a regulation


Feedback: closed

Inception impact assessment
More about roadmaps.

Feedback period
20 November 2017 - 18 December 2017 (midnight Brussels time)
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Feedback (20)

  • Anonymous (Germany)
    18 December 2017 Company/business organisation
    Anonymous (Germany)

    ITF proposals for reply to the Inception Impact Assessment regarding Road Circulation for mobile machinery Introduction JOHN DEERE is a long-standing agricultural equipment manufacturer, employing directly or indirectly more than 15,000 persons in EU 28. Our company is a well-known brand for the quality, the reliability of its products as for its commitment to constantly improve users’ safety. With this letter, we would like to warmly welcome...

  • CEETTAR (Belgium)
    18 December 2017 Business association
    CEETTAR (Belgium)

    Dear Madam, dear Sir, Please below some feedback from the land-based contractors' association. Land-based contractors do not feel any urgent need in a harmonisation of mobile machinery circulation requirements. They have adapted their business to the non-harmonised situation. However a kind of harmonization of technical requirements guaranteeing the conformity of procedures for the road circulation of self-propelled machinery is acceptable...

    18 December 2017 Business association

    As Italian Association of agricultural machinery manufacturers, we are glad with the initiative to achieve a single market for mobile machinery. We feel a strong necessity for harmonisation of the road circulation legislation taking into account the complexity of existing technical and sector specific requirements. The goal must be one full EU conformity procedure without multiple approvals for obtaining permission to travel on public roads....

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Planned for
Fourth quarter 2018

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