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"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@en4
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"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@cs1
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@da2
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@de9
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@el10
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@es21
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@et5
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@fi7
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@fr8
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@hu11
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@it12
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@lt14
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@lv13
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@mt15
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@nl3
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@pl16
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@pt17
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@ro18
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@sk19
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@sl20
"Mr President, I want to commend Ms Ţicău. She has worked tirelessly on this report and she has done her utmost to ensure that the shadow rapporteurs were kept abreast of all the latest developments, and to get compromises between the viewpoints from the different groups in this Parliament. This proposal aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tachographs and to ensure that professional drivers respect the rules on driving hours and rest periods – something which we clearly need to look at in the EU. The Commission proposed, on 19 July 2011, to revise the tachograph legislation to make fraud more difficult and to reduce the administrative burden. According to the Commission, this is expected to save companies EUR 515 million per annum. Ms Ţicău has taken a basic proposal from the Commission and has improved on it immeasurably. We badly need technical updating, notably to preserve the security level of the digital tachograph. It will be necessary, therefore, to upgrade the security mechanisms to preserve the current level of security and to avoid fraud and tampering with the data recorded by tachographs. These changes will require a migration strategy in order to ensure compatibility between the existing cards and the vehicle units in operation and those to be introduced. Nine percent of the control vehicles are found to be breaching the social rules. Roughly one quarter of them are found to be breaching the Tachograph Regulation in particular. On average, at any one time, around 45 000 vehicles are in breach of the EU tachograph rules. Failure to respect the minimum breaks and rest periods, and the maximum driving times, can lead to more fatigued drivers and a potential road safety risk. We need to look at harmonisation of the training of control officers; we need to provide control officers with adequate and type-approved software; and we need a binding categorisation of very serious infringements of the Tachograph Regulation."@sv22
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