TYPE APPROVAL INTRODUCTION
Active safety includes:
a. Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
b. Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
d. Foldable mirrors
e. door locks door hinges
Passive safety includes:
a. Head restraints
b. Side pillar impact
c. Front airbags
d. Spare tire
e. Safety glass
Motor Vehicle Emissions Certification:
Exhaust emission limits：For post-1999 vehicles with catalytic conversion systems, a maximum of 0.5 % for carbon monoxide, a minimum of 12.5 % for carbon dioxide, and a maximum of 125 ppm for hydrocarbons are required under high and low varying idle test conditions.
1. Vehicles that do not have the minimum safety elements required by Act 656 may be imported until February 9, 2025, provided that the consumer is clearly and truthfully informed so that the consumer can make a decision when purchasing the vehicle;
2. After February 9, 2025 it will be necessary for manufacturers to prepare their own compliance materials (ECE certificates or FMVSS reports) to ensure adherence to the performance standards of the United Nations WP29 regulation, or the performance standards of the U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS).
ATIC GLOBAL REGULATION RESEARCH AND VEHICLE HOMOLOGATION PRODUCT LINE
ATIC Global Regulation Research And Vehicle Homologation Product Line is dedicated to global automotive regulation research and whole vehicle type approval service. Based on self-developed digital platform ATIC also provides regulatory compliance service and regulation database subscription service.
PANANA CERTIFICATION PLEASE CONTACT