Decree 60/2023 has regulations for inspection of imported cars with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
The Government has issued Decree 60/2023 regulating the inspection and certification of technical safety quality and environmental protection of imported cars and imported components according to international treaties to which Vietnam is a member. This Decree takes effect for cars from August 1, 2025, and for components from October 1, 2023.
Notably, the Decree regulates imported vehicles equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems – ADAS).
This is a feature that many modern car models are equipped with, and cars with this feature will even cost more than other models. In the Vietnamese market, there are currently a number of car models equipped with this feature such as Hyundai Tucson, Honda CR-V, Mitsubishi Outlander, Toyota Corolla Cross, Kia Sportage,… Most of these car models have a price range of about 1 billion VND. .
Decree 60/2023 regulates imported cars equipped with advanced driver assistance systems ADAS that you need to know
In Clause 3, Article 5 of Decree 60/2023, there are regulations for inspection of imported cars as follows:
The importer sends to the Inspection Agency a confirmation of the inspection plan according to the form specified in Appendix 11 attached to this Decree on the National Single Window Information Portal along with the number, date, month and year of the Goods Declaration. imported goods (for electronic records) or Confirmation of inspection plan according to the form specified in Appendix XI attached to this Decree together with a copy of the Import Goods Declaration (for paper records).
Within a period of no more than 1 working day from the inspection date requested by the importer on the Inspection Plan Confirmation, the Inspection Agency must carry out the inspection. In case of force majeure where inspection cannot be carried out (such as natural disasters, epidemics…), the inspection agency agrees with the importer to conduct inspection in an appropriate time.
The inspection content is as follows: The inspection agency checks the consistency of the content of documents in the inspection registration dossier and compares 1 random sample of each type in the inspection registration dossier. Check the vehicle’s Factory Certificate and check the frame and engine numbers of all vehicles.
In case the documents in the inspection registration dossier are inconsistent or the actual vehicle does not match the inspection registration dossier, within 4 working days, the inspection agency will notify on the National Single Window Information Portal. (for electronic records) or notify according to the form specified in Appendix 3 attached to this Decree (for paper records) for the importer to supplement, amend records or cancel records for clearance purposes. Import procedures for imported cars are beyond the scope of this Decree.
“In the case of cars equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), if the manufacturer evaluates these systems as not suitable for use in traffic in Vietnam The manufacturer recommends and instructs importers to deactivate part or all of these systems after completing import procedures and must ensure full information is provided to customers.– Decree regulations.
Benefits of ADAS advanced driving assistance system
ADAS advanced driving assistance systems have been proven to help reduce accident rates while participating in traffic by limiting the possibility of driver error. Intelligent warning functions, such as forward collision warning, lane departure warning, blind spot detection, driver drowsiness detection, hill descent control, night vision system and parking assist system vehicles, helping users ensure safety when traveling.
ADAS plays an important role in preventing deaths and injuries in traffic accidents. It helps reduce the number of car accidents and limits their serious impact on users. This shows the effectiveness and value of ADAS in improving traffic safety.
Back in the last decade, car safety innovations, like shatterproof glass, 3-point seat belts, and airbags were just passive safety solutions designed to minimize injuries in the event of a collision. collide. However, today, the ADAS system is continuously updated and improved with many smart features, helping to minimize user injuries.