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"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@cs1
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@da2
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@de9
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@el10
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is, in many cases, more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km, it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@en4
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@es21
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@et5
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@fi7
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@fr8
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@hu11
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@it12
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@lt14
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@lv13
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@mt15
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@nl3
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@pl16
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@pt17
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@ro18
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@sk19
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@sl20
"Mr President, honourable Members, thank you very much for your remarks on this important issue. The tachograph has proven to be a useful instrument to increase road safety, and it has really worked well. Now we need to adapt the rules in line with new technology and obtained experience. Harmonised enforcement is extremely important; but I think that there is increasing cooperation between Member States. Also we, the Commission, try to follow and push these practices in the right direction to have more harmonised enforcement. This is in the hands of the Member States, but this is an important issue on which I share the concerns expressed about harmonised enforcement. As regards costs: our impact assessment shows that there will be practically no additional costs, and it is hoped that there will be no additional burden for businesses. It is just a development of new technology which is in many cases more convenient and can be better used. I would also like to emphasise that this proposal already extends the exemption for the use of tachographs from 50 km to 100 km. That is quite an extension. It also reduces the costs and the administrative burden for the business as a whole. If we go further and extend this extension to 150 km it can pose some serious problems concerning the overall social acquis in road transport and also have other potentially important consequences. Extensions have already increased from 50 km to 100 km. This increase was not emphasised today, but I think it is quite a reasonable proposal."@sv22
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