Features Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is likely to become a standard for motors in the future. The European Parliament had already agreed to it. They support a rule requiring ABS is on motors that circulate in the blue continent began in 2016.
The rules were approved by the 643 members of the European Parliament and the other 16 members opposed and 18 abstentions. By doing so, the rule would not apply but still must be approved by each member of the European Union.
Arrival of the rules that apply to motorcycles above 125 cc is expected to affect many motorcycle manufacturers in the world to immediately apply the ABS on their bikes. While the rules for motorcycle engined underneath expected to be completed by 2019 to come.
One motor manufacturer, BMW, has said it will make the ABS as standard for all motors starting in 2013.
Besides the issue of ABS, the European Parliament also agreed to extend the Euro4 emission standards on new motorcycles in 2016 and Euro5 in 2020.
Currently, motorcycles in Europe are still many who apply Euro3 emission standards.
Other rules discussed in the European Parliament is a limitation of the engine power. European Parliament hopes motors that operate on public roads only have a maximum power up to 100 hp. To date, only France is the only country that uses such restrictions.
Another rule that is discussed is an obligation to implement the system automatically turns on the lights when the engine is turned on. In addition, the European Parliament also hoped that in the future all of the motor also apply the system on-board diagnostics for monitoring systems to monitor the damage and provide emissions data.