ECP says prepare for Euro 6 now and profit later

Published:  21 February, 2018

Euro Car Parts is advising repairers that carry out MOT testing to make sure their emissions analysers comply when new emissions standards come in later this year.

The requirement will take effect from 20 May 2018. While many MOT stations can update their existing analysers to meet EURO 6 requirements, Euro Car Parts is offering a five-year package on emissions analysers from Premier Diagnostics, Crypton, Bosch and Tecalemit.

Speaking about the upcoming regulation change, Bill Stimson, technical sales director at Euro Car Parts, said: “As the Government cracks down on emissions, we would recommend buying the most accurate emissions analyser you can afford as EURO regulations will continue to tighten. An upfront purchase now gives repairers longer to earn money from the equipment, preparing them for changes ahead.”

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