From the 20th May 2018, EURO 6 standards will be implemented meaning that all MOT stations will need an emission analyser capable of measuring these new lower limits accurately!
What does Euro 6 mean?
Euro 6 is aimed at significantly reducing the levels of harmful vehicle (car & van) exhaust emissions. This change has permitted a dramatic drop in emissions limits compared to previous emissions standards still used in today’s MOT Test. Euro 6 was introduced in September 2015, and since that time, all mass-produced cars have had to meet these specific emission requirements.
All new cars sold must meet Euro 6 standards for exhaust emissions of NOx and other pollutants.
When do I need to replace my machine?
Before the 20th May 2018. Not all machines will need to replaced and a software upgrade is all that is required for some machines. This update is different to the regular gas software updates and the cost varies according to each manufacturer.
An exclusive new package for EURO 6 which includes the supply of a brand new machine with a 6 year warranty and total care package is now available.
Please contact your local Jayar for further information.