Information about Mutual Recognition Regulation from ETO
Our Associate member, the European Tuning Organisation (ETO), has provided us this month with more information on the Mutual Recognition Regulation.
As explained on the European Parliament’s website, “In areas where no EU legislation exists, the principle of mutual recognition means that goods that are lawfully marketed in one Member State enjoy the right to free movement and can be sold in another Member State. The adoption of the Mutual Recognition Regulation in 2008 has been crucial in transferring the burden of proof that products are lawfully marketed elsewhere from economic operators to national authorities.”
As specialists in European Affairs and Vehicle Parts, and a long-term EWFA Associate, ETO proposes to support its members and associated parties in the event they would need more information about mutual recognition for window films.
Read ETO’s Press Release.