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Jan 7, 2023

January 7, 2023 From now on, every new car bought in Serbia must have an energy passport, i.e. a label on the economy of fuel consumption, carbon dioxide emissions and emissions of polluting substances, Mirko Koković, assistant director of the Agency for Traffic Safety, told Politika. – The economy label, which is defined by the Law on Climate Change, serves to inform customers about the official fuel consumption and the official specific emissions of carbon dioxide and pollutants into the air of new passenger vehicle models. The mark of economy is one of the factors that can influence buyers when choosing a new vehicle, to make a good decision both for themselves and for the environment – says Koković. On the website of the Traffic Safety Agency, there will be a list of all models of new passenger vehicles sold in Serbia during the year and a list of 10 models of new passenger vehicles with the most economical fuel consumption, arranged according to increasing values ​​of carbon dioxide emissions for each type of fuel. Koković emphasizes that this applies only to new passenger vehicles. For now, there is no tendency to regulate the area of ​​vehicles that are imported as used in this or a similar way. – The seller who puts a model of a new passenger vehicle on the market is obliged to place, at his own expense, a label on the fuel economy and carbon dioxide emissions of that vehicle in a clearly visible manner at the point of sale or near the passenger vehicle. The mark on the economy of fuel consumption, carbon dioxide emissions and emissions of pollutants in the air must be placed on the front left side window of every new passenger vehicle at the point of sale, or at a maximum distance of 50 centimeters from the passenger vehicle, specified Koković. The introduction of the economic label is part of the activities within the PG 27 negotiation group for EU accession. The Rulebook on data on fuel economy and carbon dioxide emissions from new passenger vehicles applies from the end of December 2022. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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