Odometer tampering is still a widespread malpractice in the European Union and it affects almost all second-hand car markets of its Member States. This study examines how improvement can be made by presenting the best practices implemented in some Member States and countries outside of the EU, while emphasising their success factors and results achieved. Furthermore, the study highlights the available technological developments and IT solutions to combat the phenomenon with a view to a potential further application by the European automotive industry.
Two Opinions of the Advisory Committee on restrictive practices and dominant positions, the Final Report of the Hearing Officer and the Summary of a Commission Decision are now available.
A summary of the consideration of the draft report is available.
Question for written answer to the Commission (Rule 130) by Biljana Borzan (S&D) on “Alleged German motor manufacturers’ cartel”.
The tax constitutes a charge having equivalent effect to a customs duty, the imposition of which is prohibited by that agreement.
(notified under document C(2016) 4862) (Text with EEA relevance.)