Eco-Test at Vehicle Testing Centres
Keywords: environment, roadworthiness inspection, ECO-TEST
AbstractFollowing the world conference on sustainable developmentof ecology, the care for the environment has to be strictlycomplied with, and this should be the task both of every individualand of the society as an organised whole. The work presentsconcrete measurements from practice and the indicators of thesituation regarding motor vehicles in Croatia. The EGO-TESThas been performed in Croatia according to the European Uniondirectives; first on the vehicles with petrol engines. Now, it isstarting to be applied on the vehicles with Diesel engines as well.Compliance with the EGO TEST regarding motor vehicles inCroatia will take into consideration the guidelines provided bythe European Union and thus reduce the harm from exhaustgases and noise pollution, and increase the possibility of usingmotor vehicles in order to reduce the danger and increase thesafety on the roads by excluding old vehicles from traffic.
Eko test- analiza podataka iz 2002. godine, Centar za
vozila Hrvatske, Zagreb, September 2002
Ispitivanje ispusnih plinova motomih vozila, Centra za
vozila Hrvatske, Zagreb, January, 2000
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Hrvatske, Zagreb, September 2001
(4) STARGAS 898- Instruction manual
BOSCH RTM 430- Instruction manual
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(7) Regulations on vehicle roadworthiness in road traffic NN
How to Cite
Štrumberger N, Kovačić Z, Gospočić A. Eco-Test at Vehicle Testing Centres. Promet [Internet]. 1 [cited 2023Jun.4];15(5):339-48. Available from: http://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/899
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