The future of Type-Approval for 2- & 3-wheeled vehicles now provisionally agreed by MEPs & Council (governments’) negotiators.
There has been an official announcement that the rules on the future of Type-Approval for two- and three-wheeled vehicles have now been provisionally agreed by MEPs and Council (governments’) negotiators.
Latest on ‘Super MoT ‘ and a letter you may wish to send if your MEP is on the committee considering it.
The Transport and Tourism Committee (TRAN) of the European Parliament have now had time to look at the new Super MoT proposals from the Commission, so it’s time, as voters, that we make contact with them.
24th June 2012 will involve 12 major demonstrations, to coincide with the 12 EU Parliamentary Constituencies that exist in the UK. Action will take place on main routes, mostly on Motorways. Start time will be 13.00 hours. The idea is to create a spectacle and let people see us, so blocking the roads will be self-defeating. Instead we’ll leave the outside lane free, which is also important for emergency services
Posted in: Campaign History Tags: Associate Parliamentary Motorcycle Group, EU Hands Off Biking, EU Type Approval, house of commons meet motorcyclists, lobby, MAG UK, Mel Stride, motorcycle action group, motorcycle testing provision, MP, Nadhim Zahawi, RAV, riders are voters, riders rights, Steven Baker
Riders Are Voters organised another Lobby Day of MP’s which took place on Wednesday 7th March. ‘Riders Are Voters’ is a coalition representing riders, industry and sport. The event was sponsored by Steven Baker MP, of the Associate Parliamentary Motorcycle Group.