ACEM members have achieved high safety levels for existing products and continue to bring advanced and innovative vehicles while ensuring a high level of safety for users.
L-category vehicles not only can save time, space and money for commuters. They also have the added benefit of reducing congestion for all road users.
Over the last decade PTWs have achieved remarkable progress in reducing the environmental impact of its vehicles and processes.
ACEM's mission is to support a strong, competitive and profitable powered two-wheeler industry in Europe, contributing to the sustainable development and prosperity objectives identified by the European Union.
Regulation No 168/2013 sets out the legislative requirements for the approval of all L-category vehicles in the European Union.
A total of 267,667 powered-two and three-wheelers were registered during the first three months of 2016 in the EU. This represents an increase of 6.5% compared to the 251,420 vehicles registered during the same period of 2016.
The European Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers has further increased its representation of the motorcycle industry with the addition of two new guest members: Royal Enfield and Kwang Yang Motor Company (KYMCO).
The European Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers regrets to inform that its 2016 conference ‘The Safe Ride to the Future’ will be postponed to a later date after the summer break due to unforeseen circumstances, mostly related to the current situation in Brussels Zaventem Airport.