If you've been on a great deal for one lately Euro 4 motorcycle we strongly recommend that you obtain approval for that motorcycle to be carried out this year - even if you actually wanted to save the amount for insurance and tax until the start of the season. This is because from January 1, 2020, the fulfillment of the Euro 5 emission standard is mandatory for motorcycles. After this date, Euro 4 motorcycles can only be purchased in certain Exceptional situations be allowed. One such exception is, for example Clearance of motorcycles that already have were produced before the lockdown - here is the application for one Exemption the KBA made possible by industry. In this way, the damage to motorcycle manufacturers due to the COVID-19 pandemic is to be limited.
Contact the admissions office quickly
Since such exemptions will probably become less and less possible in the future, you should as soon as possible Contact the admissions office. Because at a certain point, the motorcycles are no longer part of the manufacturers' inventory. If the owner changes, the obligation of approval is also transferred, whereby the first owner is always the dealer who, if necessary, deals with a One Day Registration can help. The authorities should be aware of the problem and help you to get your motorcycle registered. However, you should find out more from your local registration office in order to know how the situation around the registration of Euro 4 motorcycles is handled.
It is essential to make an appointment early
Incidentally, this is also confirmed by the authorities: Admission is possible without further problems, but an early appointment is essential. Incidentally, it may also be possible to register a Euro 4 motorcycle next year - but only to a limited extent. For this, the KBA needs the type approval, proof that the location is in Germany and also valid Certificates of Conformity or Vehicle documents.
From January 1, 2020, Euro 5 will apply to new motorcycle type approvals (even 125cc) and from January 2021 then for all newly registered bikes. Only that OBD II (On-board diagnosis OBD II Euro 5b) Obligation was due technically too big challenges postponed to 2024. And in 2024 a new EU noise regulation for motorcycles is likely to come into force.
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