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Document 52017DC0099

REPORT FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL on the application by the Member States of Directive 2000/30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 June 2000 on the technical roadside inspection of the roadworthiness of Commercial vehicles circulating in the Community Reporting period 2013-2014

COM/2017/099 final

Brussels, 28.2.2017

COM(2017) 99 final

REPORT FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL

on the application by the Member States of Directive 2000/30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 June 2000 on the technical roadside inspection of the roadworthiness of Commercial vehicles circulating in the Community

Reporting period 2013-2014


Table of Contents

1.INTRODUCTION

2.DIRECTIVE 2000/30/EC

3.DATA COMMUNICATED BY THE MEMBER STATES

4.CONTENT OF THE INSPECTION

5.STATISTICAL DATA

5.1. Overall number of vehicles checked and their origin

5.2.Prohibited vehicles

5.3.Types of deficiencies and data by Member State

5.4. Prohibited vehicles per vehicle category and per Member State of registration

1.    INTRODUCTION

In the interest of road safety, environmental protection and fair competition, European legislation provides for a set of measures to ensure that commercial vehicles on European roads are in appropriate technical condition. These include:

rules on admission to the occupation, which require transport operators to have sufficient financial capacity to ensure the proper maintenance of vehicles (Regulation (EC) No 1072/2009 1 );

periodic roadworthiness tests of vehicles, to be carried out in Member States for vehicles registered on their territory, with a minimum frequency laid down at European level (Directive 2009/40/EC 2 );

technical roadside inspections — the subject of this report — ensuring that commercial vehicles are only used if they are maintained such as to ensure a high level of technical roadworthiness (Directive 2000/30/EC 3 ).

Under Directive 2000/30/EC (further referred to as "the Directive"), commercial vehicles, their trailers and semi-trailers circulating on the territories of the Member States are subject to technical roadside inspections of their roadworthiness, in order to improve road safety and protect the environment.

Article 6 of the Directive sets out, that every two years Member States should provide the Commission with data collected for the previous two years relating to:

the number of commercial vehicles checked, grouped into seven vehicle categories and further grouped by the country of registration;

the items checked as per the Directive; and

the deficiencies discovered.

The Directive lists nine different points (see section 4 below) that can be subject to a technical roadside inspection. If any of the items checked do not comply with the relevant road safety requirements, the use of the vehicle may be prohibited. Every deficiency of the inspected vehicle must be mentioned in the inspection report to be given to the vehicle’s driver. The Directive requires the Commission to submit a report to the Council and the European Parliament on the application of the Directive, based on the data received from the Member States, together with a summary of the results obtained.

In 2014 the European Parliament and the Council revised the rules and procedures for the technical roadside inspection of commercial vehicles. On 3 April 2014 Directive 2014/47/EU 4 was adopted, and must be applied by the Member States from 20th May 2018. The new Directive introduces inter alia the requirement that the total number of initial roadside inspections in the EU will have to correspond to at least 5% of the total number of these vehicles registered in the Member States. The first reporting obligation when this target will have to be taken into account will be due by 31 March 2021 for the years 2019-2020.

2.    DIRECTIVE 2000/30/EC

According to Directive 2009/40/EC 5 on roadworthiness tests for motor vehicles and their trailers vehicles used for commercial purposes have to be tested annually. However as the annual test is considered not to be sufficient to guarantee that these vehicles stay in a roadworthy condition throughout the year, it is necessary to apply targeted additional roadside inspections as an enforcement measure.

The Directive as amended 6 - which is applicable until 19 May 2018 - sets out a number of conditions for the technical roadside inspections of commercial vehicles circulating in the EU.

Directive 2010/47/EU amended the vehicle categories and the list of items in Annex I of the Directive as from 01 January 2012.

Before the amendment vehicles on the roadside inspection report (Annex I) were defined by classes e.g. road train which meant any motor vehicle for the carriage of goods with a maximum mass exceeding 3,5 t (categories N2 and N3) coupled to a trailer (categories O3 and O4). At the same time vehicles of the category N2 had to be indicated under "light goods vehicle", category N3 vehicles under "lorry" while categories O3 and O4 vehicles under "trailer" and "semi-trailer".

The amendment of Directive 2010/47/EU however introduced a different way of grouping of the vehicles by using their category designation according to the type-approval legislation. As a result a vehicle which might have been indicated in different classes can now be only indicated in one vehicle category. Furthermore the towing vehicle and the trailer have to be indicated separately. Taking into account that the towing vehicle and the trailer can be registered in different Member States such division provides more accurate information and is also important for the obligation to notify the Member State of registration in case serious deficiencies were found on one of the vehicles.

A technical roadside inspection means an unannounced examination of a commercial vehicle circulating within the territory of a Member State. The inspection is carried out mainly on the public highway by the authorities or another body, acting under their supervision.

All technical roadside inspections must be carried out without discrimination on grounds of the driver’s nationality or the country in which the commercial vehicle is registered or entered into service. They must also be undertaken such as to minimise the costs and delay for drivers and operators.

A targeted approach should be adopted in selecting commercial vehicles for technical roadside inspection, placing particular importance on identifying vehicles that seem most likely to be poorly maintained.

Roadside inspections are usually carried out in a stepwise approach. First a visual assessment of the vehicle’s maintenance condition is carried out when stationary accompanied by the check of the documentation on the vehicle's recent roadside inspection and roadworthiness test. A detailed inspection for irregularities based on the list of items of the Directive may be also conducted on the spot or at a testing centre in the vicinity. In the case of a detailed inspection the outcome of the roadside inspection must be documented in a technical roadside inspection report that follows the model set out by the Directive. This information provides the basis for the information Member States are required to communicate to the Commission.

If a commercial vehicle with dangerous deficiencies presents a serious risk to road safety, its use may be prohibited until these deficiencies have been rectified. Foreign vehicles with serious deficiencies must be notified to the Member State of registration to allow for appropriate follow-up.

3.    DATA COMMUNICATED BY THE MEMBER STATES

This is the fifth report on how Directive 2000/30/EC is applied in the Member States and it covers the period 2013-2014. The data collected by Member States relating to this period was supposed to be provided to the Commission by 31 March 2015 at the latest.

In order to facilitate the reporting obligation of the Member States the Commission sent out an information letter at the beginning of March 2015 accompanied by a template table. This template was developed together by the Commission and Member State experts to facilitate the collection and the reporting of the very complex data set; however, its use is not obligatory. Every Member State which fulfilled its obligation made use of the template and submitted the data in an electronic version which made the further analysis significantly easier.

The data, however, were not always communicated in a timely manner. 18 Member States (Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom) provided data on the number of vehicles checked, grouped by category and country of registration, as well as data on items checked and defects noted. Following discussions between the Commission and the remaining 10 Member States, 8 provided the required data. In the course of the dialogues with France and Germany however it has been identified that these Member States are not able to provide the required data in line with the requirements of the Directive.

France communicated only cumulated data concerning the two categories of heavy goods vehicles (N2 and N3) and for the two categories of buses (M2 and M3) instead of separating them. Furthermore France did not provide any information on trailers (categories O3 and O4). Consequently only the total numbers were used for this report, and for the comparison of the details the data provided by France were disregarded.

Germany at the same time used the vehicle classes which were in force before the amendments of Directive 2010/47/EU were introduced and could not provide the data according to the vehicle categories as required by the amendments. As a result the details for the vehicle categories cannot be identified therefore only the total numbers are used for this report.

Member States provided the data with varying levels of completeness. Austria, the Czech Republic, Romania, the Netherlands, Greece, Luxemburg, Poland and Croatia submitted data also on vehicles registered outside the EU classified by the country of registration while Belgium and Italy provided a data summary for non-EU countries.

4.    CONTENT OF THE INSPECTION

The points likely to be checked and to be included in the data sent by Member States are, at a minimum, those referred to in point 10 of the specimen report set out in Annex I to Directive 2000/30/EC. These are:

identification;

braking equipment;

steering;

visibility;

lighting equipment and electric system;

axles, wheels, tyres, suspension;

chassis and chassis attachments;

other equipment, including tachograph and speed limitation devices;

nuisance including emissions and spillage of fuel and/or oil.

5.    STATISTICAL DATA

5.1.    Overall number of vehicles checked and their origin

According to Article 3 of Directive 2000/30/EC the inspections must be carried out without any discrimination either on grounds of the driver’s nationality or the country of registration.

Compared to the previous period 2.561.820 fewer checks have been carried out in 2013-2014 which is a decrease of 31,5%. 

An outstanding change can be observed in the data reported by Finland which does not include checks of vehicles outside the EU and as a result the total number of checks was halved compared to the previous period and the proportion of the vehicles registered in Finland increased by 30%.

Though Poland also reported data for non-EU countries, the total number of checks was half that of the previous period. At the same time, the rate of checked Polish vehicles decreased from 92,1% to 47,3% which means that Poland put more emphasis on checking foreign vehicles especially registered in a non-EU country considering that the number of these checks is five times higher than that in 2011-2012.

Belgium and Luxembourg reported higher proportions of foreign vehicles having been subject to roadside inspection as was already the case in the two previous periods (2011-2012 and 2009-2010). 7 Other Member States with significant transit traffic reported a more balanced distribution of checks on domestic and foreign vehicles. Due to their geographical position Cyprus and Ireland reported only locally registered vehicles, and a very high rate of domestic vehicles can also be observed in Malta, Estonia and Romania.

Table 2: Origin of vehicles checked

Reporting Member State (MS)

Registered in the MS

Registered in another MS

Registered outside the EU

Total

Vehicles of the MS (%)

Belgium

6,203

11,287

583

18,073

34.3 %

Bulgaria

254,651

65,752

922

321,325

79.3 %

Czech Republic

81,711

51,945

3,325

136,981

59.7 %

Denmark

1,748

333

 

2,081

84.0 %

Germany

989,524

541,168

70,036

1,600,728

61,8%

Estonia

1,669

20

 

1,689

98.8 %

Ireland

12,939

 

 

12,939

100.0 %

Greece

14,922

1,424

470

16,816

88.7 %

Spain

652,259

70,991

 

723,250

90.2 %

France*

460,918

572,841

19,933

1,053,692

43,7%

Italy

10,153

4,576

414

15,143

67.0 %

Cyprus

1,174

 

 

1,174

100.0 %

Latvia

4,196

1,711

194

6,101

68.8 %

Lithuania

64,531

15,329

 

79,860

80.8 %

Luxembourg

125

584

17

726

17.2 %

Hungary

164,307

52,197

 

216,504

75.9 %

Malta

3,968

44

 

4,012

98.9 %

Netherlands

4,373

4,256

231

8,860

49.4 %

Austria

23,416

23,932

1,536

48,884

47.9 %

Poland

420,147

74,007

393,957

888,111

47.3 %

Portugal

602

29

 

631

95.4 %

Romania

7,404

516

215

8,135

91.0 %

Slovenia

3,948

1,165

 

5,113

77.2 %

Slovakia

11,135

5,076

 

16,211

68.7 %

Finland

9,250

1,902

 

11,152

82.9 %

Sweden

46,059

7,468

 

53,527

86.0 %

United Kingdom

174,678

118,160

 

292,838

59.7 %

Total

3,455,127

1,629,421

499,616

5,584,164

61.9 %

* France has not reported data on trailer categories O3, O4

5.2.    Prohibited vehicles

Vehicles with dangerous deficiencies that present a serious risk to its occupants or other road users may be prohibited from further use until those deficiencies have been rectified. According to the information sent by Member States, the proportion of vehicles prohibited in relation to all vehicles checked varies considerably from one Member State to another, from a high of 90.1 % in Estonia to just 0.2 % in the Czech Republic and even 0% in Portugal.

The rates of the prohibitions applied to vehicles registered domestically as opposed to those registered in other Member States indicate that domestic vehicles are likely to be more poorly maintained while vehicles sent abroad are kept in better condition. Significant differences can be found in Estonia with 90.1% of prohibitions of domestic vehicles and 45% of prohibitions of vehicles from other Member States. The same rates in Sweden are 82.3% to 39.6%, in Malta 48.7% to 13.6% while in Italy 44.6% to 26.1%.

Austria reported relatively high but at the same time a balanced prohibitions rate of both domestic 55.9% and foreign vehicles 58.7%. The figures seem to indicate that Austria target poorly maintained vehicles more successfully which increases operational effectiveness and decreases administrative burden. Some Member States like Estonia (90.1% to 45%), Finland (56% to 34.9%) or Italy (44.6% to 26.1%) are more successful in targeting domestic vehicles while the prohibition rate of vehicles registered in other Member States show that poorly maintained vehicles become less likely to be subject to a roadside inspection. Notably low prohibition rates of both domestic and foreign vehicles as in the Czech Republic 0.5% to 0.2%, Bulgaria 1.7% to 2.3%, Latvia 0.7% to 1.1%, Lithuania 1% to 2% or the Netherlands 1.2% to 1.3% indicate that the targeting method of commercial vehicles is rather undeveloped.

Compared to the prohibition rates of the previous period, the results suggest impressive development of the targeting method in some Member States. The overall prohibition rate for the EU of Sweden for the period 2011-2012 was 17.8% while for the current period it is 76.4%. Italy reported also significant improvement with only 12.9% for the previous and 38.9% for the current period while the figures of Slovakia are 22.6% and 38%. Nevertheless the figures indicate a substantial relapse in Romania where the prohibition rate decreased from 39.9% to 4.3%, in Luxemburg from 58.9% to 4.4%. In Ireland the decrease is 37.4% with a prohibition rate of 43.4% for the previous and 6% for the current period, taking also into account that Ireland reported exclusively checks of domestic vehicles for both periods. The reasons for the decrease of the prohibition rates are unknown to the Commission.

The ratio of prohibitions in Estonia (90,1%) Sweden (82,3%) and in Cyprus (146,4%) indicates possible differences not only in the testing methods and the assessment of the deficiencies but also in the compilation method of the report in the Member States. In the case of Cyprus where more bans than inspected vehicles were reported, presumably if several deficiencies leading to a ban were found on a vehicle, these deficiencies were reported as separate bans. It should also be noted that although according to the Directive the "number of commercial vehicles checked" is to be communicated, the same vehicle can be inspected by the same Member State more than once during the covered period, which results in the report containing in fact the "number of the inspections carried out".



Table 3: Proportion of prohibited vehicles in relation to all EU vehicles checked

Reporting
Member

State

Vehicles registered in the reporting Member State

Vehicles registered in the EU (including reporting Member State)

Number
of vehicles

checked

Number of
prohibitions

Ratio of
prohibitions (%)

Number
of vehicles

checked

Number of
prohibitions

Ratio of
prohibitions (%)

Belgium

6,203

452

7.3 %

17,490

972

5.6 %

Bulgaria

254,651

4,319

1.7 %

320,403

5,804

1.8 %

Czech Republic

81,711

402

0.5 %

133,656

507

0.4 %

Denmark

1,748

432

24.7 %

2,081

532

25.6 %

Germany

989,524

13,628

1.4 %

1,530,962

32,125

2.1 %

Estonia

1,669

1,504

90.1 %

1,689

1,513

89.6 %

Ireland

12,939

779

6.0 %

12,939

779

6.0 %

Greece

14,922

202

1.4 %

16,346

228

1.4 %

Spain

652,259

79,872

12.2 %

723,250

83,280

11.5 %

France*

460,918

77,327

16.7 %

1,033,759

165,465

16.0 %

Italy

10,153

4,533

44.6 %

14,729

5,728

38.9 %

Cyprus

1,174

1,719

146.4 %

1,174

1,719

146.4 %

Latvia

4,196

28

0.7 %

5,907

47

0.8 %

Lithuania

64,531

625

1.0 %

79,860

933

1.2 %

Luxembourg

125

8

6.4 %

709

31

4.4 %

Hungary

164,307

2,955

1.8 %

216,504

5,651

2.6 %

Malta

3,968

1,931

48.7 %

4,012

1,937

48.3 %

Netherlands

4,373

51

1.2 %

8,629

107

1.2 %

Austria

23,416

13,078

55.9 %

47,348

27,123

57.3 %

Poland

420,147

28,697

6.8 %

494,154

29,740

6.0 %

Portugal

602

11

1.8 %

631

11

1.7 %

Romania

7,404

326

4.4 %

7,920

342

4.3 %

Slovenia

3,948

386

9.8 %

5,113

477

9.3 %

Slovakia

11,135

4,738

42.6 %

16,211

6,154

38.0 %

Finland

9,250

5,177

56.0 %

11,152

5,840

52.4 %

Sweden

46,059

37,917

82.3 %

53,527

40,871

76.4 %

United Kingdom

174,678

37,310

21.4 %

292,838

80,283

27.4 %

Total

3,455,127

319,420

9.2 %

5,084,818

499,837

9.8 %

* France has not reported data on trailer categories O3, O4



Table 4: Proportion of prohibited domestic vehicles in relation to other EU vehicles checked

Reporting
Member

State

Vehicles registered in the reporting Member State

Vehicles registered in the EU (excluding the reporting Member State)

Number
of vehicles

checked

Number of
prohibitions

Ratio of
prohibitions (%)

Number
of vehicles

checked

Number of
prohibitions

Ratio of
prohibitions (%)

Belgium

6,203

452

7.3 %

11,287

520

4.6%

Bulgaria

254,651

4,319

1.7 %

65,752

1,485

2.3%

Czech Republic

81,711

402

0.5 %

51,945

105

0.2%

Denmark

1,748

432

24.7 %

333

100

30.0%

Germany

989,524

13,628

1.4 %

541,438

18,497

3.4%

Estonia

1,669

1,504

90.1 %

20

9

45.0%

Ireland

12,939

779

6.0 %

0

0

N.A.

Greece

14,922

202

1.4 %

1,424

26

1.8%

Spain

652,259

79,872

12.2 %

70,991

3,408

4.8%

France*

460,918

77,327

16.7 %

572,841

88,138

15.4%

Italy

10,153

4,533

44.6 %

4,576

1,195

26.1%

Cyprus

1,174

1,719

146.4 %

0

0

N.A.

Latvia

4,196

28

0.7 %

1,711

19

1.1%

Lithuania

64,531

625

1.0 %

15,329

308

2.0%

Luxembourg

125

8

6.4 %

584

23

3.9%

Hungary

164,307

2,955

1.8 %

52,197

2,696

5.2%

Malta

3,968

1,931

48.7 %

44

6

13.6%

Netherlands

4,373

51

1.2 %

4,256

56

1.3%

Austria

23,416

13,078

55.9 %

23,932

14,045

58.7%

Poland

420,147

28,697

6.8 %

74,007

1,043

1.4%

Portugal

602

11

1.8 %

29

0

0.0%

Romania

7,404

326

4.4 %

516

16

3.1%

Slovenia

3,948

386

9.8 %

1,165

91

7.8%

Slovakia

11,135

4,738

42.6 %

5,076

1,416

27.9%

Finland

9,250

5,177

56.0 %

1,902

663

34.9%

Sweden

46,059

37,917

82.3 %

7,468

2,954

39.6%

United Kingdom

174,678

37,310

21.4 %

118,160

42,973

36.4%

Total

3,455,127

319,420

9.2 %

2,743,970

286,642

10.4%

* France has not reported data on trailer categories O3, O4


5.3.    Types of deficiencies and data by Member State

Annex I shows the rate of deficiencies found on vehicles during the inspections carried out by the same Member State.

The most frequent deficiencies detected during inspections concern the roadworthiness condition of:

-    lighting equipment and electric system (20,9%);

-    axles, wheels, tyres, suspension (20,6 %); 

-    braking equipment (18,8%); and

-    other equipment including tachograph and speed limitation device (17,4%).

Within the different items to be tested, considerable differences in deficiency rates were reported. The reason for this may be the different testing methods applied by Member States and the emphasis put on the inspection of specific items during the inspection. When it becomes applicable, Directive 2014/47/EU will introduce greater harmonisation in testing methods, assessment of deficiencies and use of test equipment for more detailed technical roadside inspections.

Comparing the figures with those of the previous period, a remarkable decrease is showed concerning the deficiencies found in the lighting equipment and electric system (from 47% to 20,9%). However, on closer examination of the figures, some striking results can be noted. In 47,3% of the inspections in Sweden and in 45,4% in Portugal deficiencies were found on the lighting equipment and electric system. The previous period shows nearly the same rates in these Member States (Sweden 49%, Portugal 50,7%).

Defective braking equipment appears to be found most often by the authorities in Denmark (46,7%), in the United Kingdom (34,3%) and in Poland (31,8%). At the same time Greece found 1,6% of the vehicles defective in this respect, while Estonia and Luxemburg found 2,9% and Spain found none (0%).

For deficiencies relating to emissions and leakages — which, in addition to being a road safety hazard, can also have an impact on the environment — after a decrease over the previous period of 3,1% (from 4,1 % to 1,0 %) an increase of 3,2% (4,2%) is shown. Vehicles with this defect were found most often in Lithuania (14,6%) and in Cyprus (10,6%). It needs to be mentioned that Cyprus only inspected domestic vehicles during this period.

Annex I shows further results of the inspections and the deficiencies found by the Member State of inspection.

Data submitted by Member States on the number of inspections made on vehicles registered in non-EU countries are still not sufficient to draw significant conclusions on their roadworthiness.

Annex IV of this report provides an overview of the number of vehicles checked in Member States by country of registration and the ratio of prohibitions issued.

5.4.    Prohibited vehicles per vehicle category and per Member State of registration

Annex II shows how often the vehicles coming from a given Member State were found with defects which led to a prohibition. As regards the vehicles per category, heavy trucks (category N3) were prohibited most often, in 13,6% of the inspections in total. Trailers belonging to the category O3 were found to have a defect in the smallest proportion (6,8%). It needs to be highlighted that vehicles belonging to the not further specified 'other' category were found in 22,2% of the cases with such severe defects that a prohibition had to be applied. Vehicles checked under this category are usually agricultural vehicles, light trailers (O1, O2) or light vans (N1). Directive 2014/47/EU will make the inspection of high-speed tractors (T5) obligatory in cases where they are used mainly on public roads for commercial haulage purposes.

The total number of prohibitions per Member State show that Swedish (80,9%) and Finnish (53,2%) vehicles were most often found with serious defects, while Greek (2,2%) and Latvian (2,8%) only rarely. It needs to be taken into account however that from the 47.046 inspections carried out on Swedish vehicles 46.059 (97,9%) were carried out by Swedish authorities, while from the 10.573 inspections on Finnish vehicles 9.520 (90%) were carried out within Finland. On the other hand 29.360 Greek vehicles were inspected all over Europe and 50,8% (14.922) of it was carried out in Greece, while the same comparison for Latvia shows that Latvian vehicles were in 80% of the cases inspected by other Member States (20.955 inspected vehicle, 4.196 inspected by Latvia).

On the one hand, the figures of Annex II interpreted with Table 4 show which Member States' vehicles are used and therefore inspected more frequently in other Member States. On the other hand the particular high proportion of prohibited domestic vehicles might be caused by the different testing methods and the difference in the assessment of the defects. Concerning the latter Directive 2014/47/EU will introduce greater harmonisation not only in the testing methods but also in the assessment of deficiencies and the use of test equipment for more detailed technical inspections.

Further details per vehicle category per Member State of registration can be found in Annex II. Annex III shows the details per vehicle category per Member State of the inspection.

6.    TYPES OF PENALTIES

The Directive does not set out a system of penalties for any infringements discovered. Penalties are to be set by Member States, without discrimination on the grounds of the driver’s nationality or of the country in which the vehicle was registered or entered into service.

If it becomes evident that a commercial vehicle presents a serious risk to its occupants or other road users, the authority or inspector carrying out the inspection is empowered under Directive 2000/30/EC to prohibit the use of a vehicle until the dangerous deficiencies discovered have been rectified.

Serious deficiencies found in a commercial vehicle belonging to a nonresident, in particular those that lead to its use being prohibited, must be notified to the competent authorities of the Member State where it is registered.

The competent authorities of the Member State that found the serious deficiency may ask the competent authorities of the Member State where the vehicle is registered to take appropriate measures, such as subjecting the vehicle to a further roadworthiness inspection. However, no reporting is required on such cases.

7.    SUMMARY CONCLUSIONS

The Member States' compliance with the reporting obligation has improved although the deadline was still not met in many cases despite the information letter sent out by the Commission at the beginning of March 2015. In some cases the report was only provided following discussions between the Commission and the relevant Member State authorities. In most cases, Member States made use of the standardised electronic format recommended by the Commission for submitting their report. In the case of France and Germany clarification attempts revealed that the reports could not be provided as the Member States were not fully compliant with the Directive.

Several conclusions can be drawn from this report on roadside inspections of commercial vehicles circulating within the EU.

A remarkable change compared to the previous period is that 2.561.820 fewer checks were carried out in 2013-2014 which is a decrease of 31,5%. This might be the result of a more efficient targeting of possibly defective vehicles or a decrease in the resources in the Member States available for roadside inspections.

The proportion of domestic vehicles out of the total number of vehicles checked also varies substantially in the Member States. Further efforts should therefore be made to ensure a more balanced rate of inspections. In Belgium and in Luxembourg for example, domestic vehicles were inspected in fewer than 40% of cases whereas in other transit Member States the proportion is more balanced.

The proportion of vehicles prohibited in relation to all inspected vehicles shows sizeable variations, from 0,4 % in the Czech Republic and 0,8 % in Latvia to more than 89,6 % in Estonia and 76,4 % in Sweden. The figures reported suggest that the efficiency of technical roadside inspections can be increased by better targeting the checks that are carried out. The time lost by the transport operators and the administrative burden both for them and for the enforcement authorities could also be reduced with better targeting. As of 2018 the new roadside inspection Directive 2014/47/EU requires Member States to adjust their inspection systems, moving from carrying out purely random checking to a more targeted approach.

The most frequent deficiencies detected during inspections concern the roadworthy condition of lighting equipment, wheels, tyres and braking. However, significant variations in these deficiency rates can be seen across Member States. The European Commission encourages Member States to pay particular attention to the categories of deficiencies that continue to be most problematic and to adjust the inspection methods they use accordingly.

(1) Regulation (EC) No 1072/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 on common rules for access to the international road haulage market (recast), OJ L 300, 14.11.2009, p. 72.
(2) Directive 2009/40/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 May 2009 on roadworthiness tests for motor vehicles and their trailers (Recast), OJ L 141, 6.6.2009, p. 12.
(3) Directive 2000/30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 June 2000 on the technical roadside inspection of the roadworthiness of commercial vehicles circulating in the Community, OJ L 203, 10.8.2000, p. 1.
(4)  Directive 2014/47/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 April 2014 on the technical roadside inspection of the roadworthiness of commercial vehicles circulating in the Union, OJ L 127, 29.4.2014, p. 134.
(5)  Directive 2009/40/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 May 2009 on roadworthiness tests for motor vehicles and their trailers, OJ L 141, 6.6.2009, P. 12.
(6) Commission Directive 2010/47/EU of 5 July 2010 adapting to technical progress Directive 2000/30/EC, OJ L 173, 8.7.2010, p. 33.
(7) COM(2013) 303; COM(2014) 569
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COM(2017) 99 final

ANNEXES

to the

REPORT FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL

on the application by the Member States of Directive 2000/30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 June 2000 on the technical roadside inspection of the roadworthiness of Commercial vehicles circulating in the Community

Reporting period 2013-2014


ANNEX 1: DEFICIENCIES DETECTED PER INSPECTED ITEM

Compared to the sum of all detected deficiencies on vehicles per Member State of inspection

MS of inspection

identification

Pct.

braking equipment

Pct.

steering

Pct.

visibility

Pct.

lighting equipment and electric system

Pct.

chassis and chassis attachments

Pct.

other equipment including tachograph and speed limitation device

Pct.

nuisance including emissions and spillage of fuel and/or oil

Pct.

axles-wheels-tyres-suspension

Pct.

Sum:

AT

127

0.4 %

6,565

21.3 %

1,444

4.7 %

1,625

5.3 %

5,802

18.9 %

3,558

11.6 %

1,047

3.4 %

2,640

8.6 %

7,945

25.8 %

30,753

BE

68

1.2 %

897

16.2 %

55

1.0 %

831

15.0 %

1,872

33.7 %

1,120

20.2 %

147

2.6 %

20

0.4 %

538

9.7 %

5,548

BG

35

0.6 %

898

15.5 %

18

0.3 %

770

13.3 %

740

12.7 %

74

1.3 %

1,399

24.1 %

1

0.0 %

1,872

32.2 %

5,807

CY

0

0.0 %

160

9.3 %

53

3.1 %

121

7.0 %

329

19.1 %

454

26.4 %

83

4.8 %

183

10.6 %

336

19.5 %

1,719

CZ

2,776

2.1 %

35,123

27.1 %

18,027

13.9 %

17,484

13.5 %

24,182

18.6 %

13,385

10.3 %

2,533

2.0 %

5,252

4.0 %

10,926

8.4 %

129,688

DK

17

0.9 %

905

46.7 %

7

0.4 %

423

21.8 %

228

11.8 %

201

10.4 %

7

0.4 %

9

0.5 %

139

7.2 %

1,936

EE

49

2.2 %

66

2.9 %

45

2.0 %

496

22.0 %

443

19.6 %

199

8.8 %

418

18.5 %

188

8.3 %

355

15.7 %

2,259

EL

1

0.2 %

9

1.6 %

4

0.7 %

18

3.3 %

123

22.3 %

25

4.5 %

84

15.2 %

28

5.1 %

259

47.0 %

551

ES

2,969

3.6 %

4

0.0 %

9

0.0 %

485

0.6 %

921

1.1 %

0

0.0 %

63,183

75.9 %

121

0.1 %

15,588

18.7 %

83,280

FI

253

2.6 %

2,347

23.8 %

570

5.8 %

628

6.4 %

2,724

27.7 %

1,822

18.5 %

318

3.2 %

147

1.5 %

1,034

10.5 %

9,843

HR

19

0.6 %

489

15.1 %

170

5.2 %

82

2.5 %

668

20.6 %

286

8.8 %

412

12.7 %

211

6.5 %

910

28.0 %

3,247

HU

276

1.7 %

1,828

11.2 %

215

1.3 %

795

4.9 %

4,998

30.7 %

2,730

16.8 %

802

4.9 %

1,096

6.7 %

3,538

21.7 %

16,278

IE

1,748

11.2 %

2,197

14.0 %

932

6.0 %

1,302

8.3 %

4,355

27.8 %

1,735

11.1 %

444

2.8 %

323

2.1 %

2,609

16.7 %

15,645

IT

0

0.0 %

1,461

24.0 %

355

5.8 %

0

0.0 %

1,647

27.0 %

624

10.2 %

239

3.9 %

116

1.9 %

1,648

27.1 %

6,090

LT

257

3.1 %

546

6.5 %

114

1.4 %

435

5.2 %

3,185

37.9 %

379

4.5 %

1,092

13.0 %

1,225

14.6 %

1,163

13.9 %

8,396

LU

129

21.0 %

18

2.9 %

77

12.5 %

148

24.1 %

127

20.7 %

30

4.9 %

27

4.4 %

19

3.1 %

40

6.5 %

615

LV

4

0.2 %

494

30.6 %

59

3.7 %

46

2.9 %

393

24.4 %

291

18.0 %

40

2.5 %

86

5.3 %

200

12.4 %

1,613

MT

308

5.5 %

298

5.4 %

433

7.8 %

783

14.1 %

2,071

37.2 %

540

9.7 %

15

0.3 %

434

7.8 %

683

12.3 %

5,565

NL

637

12.6 %

833

16.5 %

139

2.8 %

177

3.5 %

974

19.3 %

855

16.9 %

250

4.9 %

123

2.4 %

1,065

21.1 %

5,053

PL

1,257

1.6 %

24,786

31.8 %

2,416

3.1 %

4,122

5.3 %

18,461

23.7 %

2,681

3.4 %

2,167

2.8 %

4,395

5.6 %

17,569

22.6 %

77,854

PT

12

1.3 %

51

5.7 %

41

4.6 %

1

0.1 %

408

45.4 %

60

6.7 %

29

3.2 %

58

6.5 %

238

26.5 %

898

RO

4

0.4 %

132

14.6 %

4

0.4 %

246

27.2 %

212

23.4 %

17

1.9 %

17

1.9 %

8

0.9 %

266

29.4 %

906

SE

4,567

7.5 %

5,532

9.1 %

1,376

2.3 %

5,551

9.1 %

28,857

47.3 %

5,276

8.7 %

1,981

3.2 %

789

1.3 %

7,027

11.5 %

60,956

SI

10

3.6 %

28

10.1 %

13

4.7 %

30

10.8 %

44

15.9 %

16

5.8 %

58

20.9 %

5

1.8 %

73

26.4 %

277

SK

355

5.4 %

882

13.3 %

7

0.1 %

188

2.8 %

732

11.1 %

51

0.8 %

2,240

33.9 %

345

5.2 %

1,811

27.4 %

6,611

UK

1,752

1.8 %

33,296

34.3 %

3,810

3.9 %

1,496

1.5 %

13,670

14.1 %

10,486

10.8 %

599

0.6 %

5,939

6.1 %

26,001

26.8 %

97,049

Sum:

17,630

3.0 %

119,845

20.7 %

30,393

5.3 %

38,283

6.6 %

118,166

20.4 %

46,895

8.1 %

79,631

13.8 %

23,761

4.1 %

103,833

18.0 %

578,437



ANNEX 2. PROHIBITED VEHICLES PER VEHICLE CATEGORY AND PER MEMBER STATE OF REGISTRATION

N2

N3

O3

O4

M2

M3

Other

Member State of registration 

Total Vehicles

Total Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

AT

28,323

13,329

47.1 %

2,173

1,058

48.7 %

8,996

3,246

36.1 %

102

39

38.2 %

6,307

1,439

22.8 %

37

5

13.5 %

164

19

11.6 %

10,544

7,523

71.3 %

BE

11,671

1,696

14.5 %

316

32

10.1 %

4,516

431

9.5 %

44

5

11.4 %

6,097

1,175

19.3 %

37

1

2.7 %

504

24

4.8 %

157

28

17.8 %

BG

278,451

9,893

3.6 %

28,229

974

3.5 %

116,553

4,147

3.6 %

7,604

107

1.4 %

76,133

2,519

3.3 %

15,925

528

3.3 %

25,284

844

3.3 %

8,723

774

8.9 %

CY

1,543

1,776

115.1 %

395

614

155.4 %

547

603

110.2 %

112

175

156.3 %

258

221

85.7 %

81

54

66.7 %

138

107

77.5 %

12

2

16.7 %

CZ

107,875

4,321

4.0 %

20,444

487

2.4 %

46,913

1,537

3.3 %

1,345

20

1.5 %

35,574

1,480

4.2 %

61

2

3.3 %

1,250

42

3.4 %

2,288

753

32.9 %

DE

26,884

2,860

10.6 %

1,788

227

12.7 %

8,811

933

10.6 %

159

13

8.2 %

13,183

1,224

9.3 %

962

14

1.5 %

955

51

5.3 %

1,026

398

38.8 %

DK

4,133

994

24.1 %

48

9

18.8 %

1,330

177

13.3 %

37

3

8.1 %

2,261

594

26.3 %

11

0

0.0 %

199

52

26.1 %

247

159

64.4 %

EE

8,974

2,140

23.8 %

167

37

22.2 %

4,058

1,011

24.9 %

121

9

7.4 %

3,140

316

10.1 %

39

23

59.0 %

174

49

28.2 %

1,275

695

54.5 %

EL

29,360

647

2.2 %

4,516

62

1.4 %

12,074

242

2.0 %

26

0

0.0 %

10,758

204

1.9 %

87

11

12.6 %

1,793

107

6.0 %

106

21

19.8 %

ES

668,122

85,666

12.8 %

10,576

1,811

17.1 %

368,179

72,037

19.6 %

38

1

2.6 %

261,522

7,412

2.8 %

49

10

20.4 %

27,578

4,353

15.8 %

180

42

23.3 %

FI

10,573

5,627

53.2 %

421

258

61.3 %

5,390

3,038

56.4 %

213

94

44.1 %

4,443

2,192

49.3 %

8

2

25.0 %

23

8

34.8 %

75

35

46.7 %

FR

7,779

1,308

16.8 %

111

18

16.2 %

3,018

409

13.6 %

25

0

0.0 %

3,200

678

21.2 %

35

2

5.7 %

425

59

13.9 %

965

142

14.7 %

HR

30,662

1,316

4.3 %

6,651

209

3.1 %

17,092

604

3.5 %

86

3

3.5 %

2,459

124

5.0 %

186

3

1.6 %

3,570

268

7.5 %

618

105

17.0 %

HU

191,778

8,150

4.2 %

13,120

1,016

7.7 %

91,374

3,064

3.4 %

977

71

7.3 %

64,315

2,581

4.0 %

313

12

3.8 %

1,622

173

10.7 %

20,057

1,233

6.1 %

IE

23,953

4,813

20.1 %

949

72

7.6 %

15,847

2,472

15.6 %

6

0

0.0 %

5,861

2,186

37.3 %

277

8

2.9 %

389

20

5.1 %

624

55

8.8 %

IT

18,151

6,436

35.5 %

1,514

607

40.1 %

3,506

755

21.5 %

462

242

52.4 %

4,150

1,101

26.5 %

2,923

1,310

44.8 %

1,180

504

42.7 %

4,416

1,917

43.4 %

LT

107,119

3,470

3.2 %

9,641

79

0.8 %

47,160

1,650

3.5 %

4,141

66

1.6 %

31,328

1,474

4.7 %

2,749

36

1.3 %

2,701

71

2.6 %

9,399

94

1.0 %

LU

1,000

84

8.4 %

29

3

10.3 %

478

35

7.3 %

5

0

0.0 %

316

29

9.2 %

83

6

7.2 %

58

3

5.2 %

31

8

25.8 %

LV

20,955

591

2.8 %

1,212

21

1.7 %

9,815

297

3.0 %

381

10

2.6 %

7,424

231

3.1 %

69

2

2.9 %

431

7

1.6 %

1,623

23

1.4 %

MT

4,173

2,003

48.0 %

844

348

41.2 %

1,362

649

47.7 %

0

0

0.0 %

362

196

54.1 %

63

22

34.9 %

874

573

65.6 %

668

215

32.2 %

NL

18,843

3,066

16.3 %

285

33

11.6 %

7,634

950

12.4 %

120

4

3.3 %

10,335

2,010

19.4 %

26

1

3.8 %

233

20

8.6 %

210

48

22.9 %

PL

506,865

39,697

7.8 %

51,077

3,732

7.3 %

174,317

15,485

8.9 %

4,458

307

6.9 %

117,461

8,905

7.6 %

13,068

1,263

9.7 %

81,926

4,560

5.6 %

64,558

5,445

8.4 %

PT

44,420

3,813

8.6 %

163

14

8.6 %

22,425

2,396

10.7 %

6

0

0.0 %

21,129

1,297

6.1 %

17

2

11.8 %

612

93

15.2 %

68

11

16.2 %

RO

85,159

12,357

14.5 %

4,268

762

17.9 %

42,198

5,654

13.4 %

286

20

7.0 %

33,147

4,318

13.0 %

645

51

7.9 %

1,619

160

9.9 %

2,996

1,392

46.5 %

SE

47,046

38,072

80.9 %

575

519

90.3 %

9,941

9,059

91.1 %

116

100

86.2 %

7,333

6,266

85.4 %

100

91

91.0 %

543

450

82.9 %

28,438

21,587

75.9 %

SI

13,377

2,333

17.4 %

687

128

18.6 %

5,446

807

14.8 %

79

104

131.6 %

3,640

1,055

29.0 %

273

7

2.6 %

2,752

52

1.9 %

500

180

36.0 %

SK

46,574

7,862

16.9 %

7,018

2,042

29.1 %

20,212

2,797

13.8 %

478

61

12.8 %

14,224

1,345

9.5 %

549

204

37.2 %

559

181

32.4 %

3,534

1,232

34.9 %

UK

176,303

37,516

21.3 %

21,368

6,962

32.6 %

55,740

15,558

27.9 %

5

3

60.0 %

29,609

9,181

31.0 %

4,439

892

20.1 %

22,217

3,256

14.7 %

42,925

1,664

3.9 %

total

2,520,066

301,836

12.0%

188,585

22,134

11.7%

1,104,932

150,043

13.6%

21,432

1,457

6.8%

775,969

61,753

8.0%

43,112

4,562

10.6%

179,773

16,106

9.0%

206,263

45,781

22.2%

ANNEX 3. PROHIBITED VEHICLES PER VEHICLE CATEGORY AND PER MEMBER STATE OF INSPECTION

N2

N3

O3

O4

M2

M3

Other

Member State of inspection

Total Vehicles

Total Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

Number of Vehicles

Number of Prohibitions

Pct.

AT

48,884

28,114

57.5 %

4,134

2,602

62.9 %

16,363

7,870

48.1 %

312

159

51.0 %

11,999

5,491

45.8 %

17

11

64.7 %

469

304

64.8 %

15,590

11,677

74.9 %

BE

18,073

997

5.5 %

271

14

5.2 %

9,070

307

3.4 %

78

6

7.7 %

8,104

640

7.9 %

1

0

0.0 %

499

18

3.6 %

50

12

24.0 %

BG

321,325

5,807

1.8 %

30,805

876

2.8 %

136,221

2,715

2.0 %

7,466

79

1.1 %

96,529

979

1.0 %

15,755

406

2.6 %

27,363

696

2.5 %

7,186

56

0.8 %

CY

1,174

1,719

146.4 %

388

613

158.0 %

370

582

157.3 %

112

175

156.3 %

92

190

206.5 %

81

54

66.7 %

131

105

80.2 %

0

0

0.0 %

CZ

136,981

514

0.4 %

24,093

 

 

61,442

 

 

1,680

 

 

47,221

 

 

27

 

 

1,694

 

 

824

514

62.4 %

DK

2,081

532

25.6 %

4

1

25.0 %

857

22

2.6 %

5

2

40.0 %

809

295

36.5 %

6

 

 

200

61

30.5 %

200

151

75.5 %

EE

1,689

1,513

89.6 %

29

25

86.2 %

687

631

91.8 %

0

0

0.0 %

110

99

90.0 %

23

23

100.0 %

49

46

93.9 %

791

689

87.1 %

EL

16,816

252

1.5 %

3,258

39

1.2 %

6,366

49

0.8 %

33

 

 

6,135

111

1.8 %

40

1

2.5 %

931

49

5.3 %

53

3

5.7 %

ES

723,250

83,280

11.5 %

11,132

1,857

16.7 %

396,003

73,292

18.5 %

0

0

0.0 %

287,705

3,624

1.3 %

0

0

0.0 %

28,410

4,507

15.9 %

0

0

0.0 %

FI

11,152

5,840

52.4 %

449

278

61.9 %

5,619

3,061

54.5 %

271

120

44.3 %

4,725

2,333

49.4 %

6

2

33.3 %

12

7

58.3 %

70

39

55.7 %

HR

39,608

1,643

4.1 %

7,145

193

2.7 %

23,002

820

3.6 %

88

2

2.3 %

2,404

43

1.8 %

292

5

1.7 %

6,187

530

8.6 %

490

50

10.2 %

HU

216,504

5,651

2.6 %

12,425

535

4.3 %

104,807

2,333

2.2 %

993

24

2.4 %

76,790

1,858

2.4 %

331

10

3.0 %

1,458

125

8.6 %

19,700

766

3.9 %

IE

12,939

779

6.0 %

795

40

5.0 %

10,510

670

6.4 %

6

0

0.0 %

524

7

1.3 %

272

6

2.2 %

362

13

3.6 %

470

43

9.1 %

IT

15,143

6,090

40.2 %

1,324

584

44.1 %

124

81

65.3 %

569

291

51.1 %

121

44

36.4 %

3,741

1,579

42.2 %

1,907

960

50.3 %

7,357

2,551

34.7 %

LT

79,860

933

1.2 %

10,216

60

0.6 %

33,872

456

1.3 %

4,153

65

1.6 %

18,880

232

1.2 %

2,787

28

1.0 %

2,645

64

2.4 %

7,307

28

0.4 %

LU

726

31

4.3 %

70

2

2.9 %

1

 

 

2

 

 

28

 

 

327

12

3.7 %

298

17

5.7 %

 

 

0.0 %

LV

6,101

52

0.9 %

478

3

0.6 %

3,230

14

0.4 %

46

 

 

2,347

35

1.5 %

0

 

0.0 %

0

 

0.0 %

 

 

0.0 %

MT

4,012

1,937

48.3 %

844

348

41.2 %

1,284

631

49.1 %

0

0

0.0 %

289

149

51.6 %

62

22

35.5 %

874

573

65.6 %

659

214

32.5 %

NL

8,860

111

1.3 %

186

5

2.7 %

4,226

32

0.8 %

136

4

2.9 %

4,158

68

1.6 %

1

0

0.0 %

116

1

0.9 %

37

1

2.7 %

PL

888,111

32,969

3.7 %

139,697

3,594

2.6 %

310,735

12,088

3.9 %

6,634

304

4.6 %

237,495

5,831

2.5 %

23,911

1,247

5.2 %

90,057

4,723

5.2 %

79,582

5,182

6.5 %

PT

631

11

1.7 %

44

 

 

341

1

0.3 %

 

 

0.0 %

225

10

4.4 %

 

 

0.0 %

21

 

 

 

 

0.0 %

RO

8,135

357

4.4 %

1,304

12

0.9 %

3,562

97

2.7 %

46

2

4.3 %

2,595

230

8.9 %

344

7

2.0 %

243

8

3.3 %

41

1

2.4 %

SE

53,527

40,871

76.4 %

615

547

88.9 %

14,221

10,916

76.8 %

142

113

79.6 %

9,356

7,147

76.4 %

95

92

96.8 %

508

441

86.8 %

28,590

21,615

75.6 %

SI

5,113

477

9.3 %

505

21

4.2 %

1,480

82

5.5 %

38

98

257.9 %

320

251

78.4 %

237

1

0.4 %

2,448

21

0.9 %

85

3

3.5 %

SK

16,211

6,154

38.0 %

6,893

2,601

37.7 %

4,505

1,712

38.0 %

243

73

30.0 %

971

252

26.0 %

648

264

40.7 %

304

156

51.3 %

2,647

1,096

41.4 %

UK

292,838

80,283

27.4 %

22,835

7,605

33.3 %

113,257

33,225

29.3 %

0

0

0.0 %

85,839

33,620

39.2 %

4,450

901

20.2 %

22,567

3,327

14.7 %

43,890

1,605

3.7 %

total

2,929,744

306,917

10.5%

279,939

22,455

8.0%

1,262,155

151,687

12.0%

23,053

1,517

6.6%

905,771

63,539

7.0%

53,454

4,671

8.7%

189,753

16,752

8.8%

215,619

46,296

21.5%

* Because the non-compliant report, the table does not contain data sent by France and Germany.


ANNEX 4: VEHICLES CHECKED AND PROHIBITION RATE BY MEMBER STATE

MS of registration

Member State of inspection

(number of inspections carried out; prohibition %)

AT

%

BE

%

BG

%

CY

%

CZ

%

DK

%

EE

%

EL

%

ES

%

AD

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

AL

13

75.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

2

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

152

13.0 %

 

N.A.

AT

23,416

79.9 %

104

6.9 %

827

0.0 %

 

N.A.

834

0.5 %

2

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

292

10.2 %

AZ

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

BA

268

99.5 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

140

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

4

N.A.

 

N.A.

BE

62

55.8 %

6,203

13.7 %

128

6.1 %

 

N.A.

93

0.0 %

2

100.0 %

 

N.A.

1

0.0 %

590

8.3 %

BG

1,500

102.2 %

355

23.1 %

254,651

2.5 %

 

N.A.

1,160

0.2 %

26

366.7 %

 

N.A.

1,336

2.7 %

3,376

12.8 %

BO

1

100.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

BY

66

100.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

350

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

CH

136

67.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

24

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

CS

374

87.4 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

CY

22

110.0 %

11

20.0 %

196

1.0 %

1,174

172.4 %

10

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

15

9.1 %

CZ

2,977

85.1 %

540

11.6 %

3,018

2.9 %

 

N.A.

81,711

0.8 %

12

50.0 %

 

N.A.

4

0.0 %

1,575

6.3 %

DE

2,362

61.6 %

1,192

4.6 %

1,772

2.8 %

 

N.A.

3,347

0.1 %

67

3.3 %

 

N.A.

13

N.A.

1,581

17.2 %

DK

41

40.5 %

47

5.3 %

354

1.7 %

 

N.A.

94

0.0 %

1,748

39.8 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

91

7.7 %

EE

30

114.3 %

46

14.3 %

603

0.0 %

 

N.A.

229

0.9 %

4

100.0 %

1,669

147.9 %

 

N.A.

200

5.2 %

EL

108

135.7 %

18

16.7 %

13,497

2.2 %

 

N.A.

72

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

14,922

2.2 %

163

9.9 %

ES

112

71.6 %

696

13.1 %

140

0.0 %

 

N.A.

512

0.0 %

4

100.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

652,259

27.4 %

FI

14

54.5 %

13

12.5 %

52

6.5 %

 

N.A.

50

0.0 %

10

57.1 %

3

33.3 %

 

N.A.

121

12.1 %

FR

72

84.1 %

1,071

9.9 %

223

1.7 %

 

N.A.

80

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

2,032

17.9 %

GE

15

128.6 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

HR

479

91.1 %

65

2.8 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

237

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

2

N.A.

 

N.A.

HU

4,738

91.3 %

415

6.7 %

6,607

2.9 %

 

N.A.

3,788

0.3 %

10

75.0 %

 

N.A.

2

0.0 %

1,043

7.3 %

IE

18

86.7 %

61

2.3 %

24

0.0 %

 

N.A.

35

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

456

8.6 %

IQ

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IR

11

44.4 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IS

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IT

1,115

70.1 %

295

5.1 %

460

6.4 %

 

N.A.

286

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

2

0.0 %

1,355

14.7 %

KZ

2

400.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

LI

16

88.9 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

LT

346

95.5 %

530

10.2 %

1,208

2.5 %

 

N.A.

1,756

0.1 %

23

70.0 %

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

3,565

2.8 %

LU

18

50.0 %

422

3.6 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

39

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

156

8.9 %

LV

72

83.3 %

71

10.7 %

1,133

2.6 %

 

N.A.

711

0.3 %

6

150.0 %

10

200.0 %

 

N.A.

500

1.6 %

MA

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MC

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MD

72

85.1 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

41

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

ME

2

100.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

8

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MK

73

119.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

224

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

27

0.0 %

 

N.A.

MT

3

100.0 %

6

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

9

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

0

0.0 %

NL

345

74.5 %

1,812

8.8 %

792

0.8 %

 

N.A.

592

0.2 %

18

60.0 %

 

N.A.

1

N.A.

1,629

9.3 %

NO

3

50.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

4

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

PL

2,108

88.7 %

1,589

11.0 %

8,856

4.1 %

 

N.A.

22,226

0.5 %

67

158.8 %

4

0.0 %

10

N.A.

4,910

6.7 %

PT

65

117.6 %

298

14.0 %

105

0.0 %

 

N.A.

244

0.8 %

5

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

37,862

8.8 %

RO

3,462

108.1 %

768

13.2 %

23,950

6.9 %

 

N.A.

4,491

0.3 %

15

166.7 %

 

N.A.

49

14.0 %

7,369

13.3 %

RS

1

100.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

999

0.2 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

6

0.0 %

 

N.A.

RU

59

110.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

315

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

SE

29

45.5 %

23

20.0 %

46

0.0 %

 

N.A.

107

0.0 %

45

45.5 %

2

100.0 %

2

N.A.

87

14.3 %

SI

1,533

106.0 %

193

6.7 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

430

1.3 %

0

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

366

9.2 %

SK

2,167

109.1 %

497

10.3 %

1,530

2.5 %

 

N.A.

10,479

0.4 %

16

100.0 %

 

N.A.

2

N.A.

765

4.8 %

SL

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

922

0.7 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

2

N.A.

 

N.A.

SV

2

100.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

TM

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

TR

263

98.5 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

763

0.3 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

279

4.0 %

 

N.A.

UA

123

119.8 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

402

1.7 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

UK

119

85.2 %

149

7.0 %

108

0.0 %

 

N.A.

34

5.0 %

1

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

892

18.9 %

US

5

20.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

UZ

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

XK

19

105.9 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MS of registration

Member State of inspection

(number of inspections carried out; prohibition %)

FI

%

HR

%

HU

%

IE

%

IT

%

LT

%

LU

%

LV

%

MT

%

AD

 

N.A.

8

66.7 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

AL

 

N.A.

55

10.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

AT

0

0.0 %

48

16.1 %

1,623

1.2 %

0

0.0 %

79

7.7 %

0

0.0 %

7

N.A.

0

0.0 %

2

0.0 %

AZ

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

BA

 

N.A.

4,178

9.7 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

BE

13

14.3 %

5

20.0 %

70

3.2 %

0

0.0 %

220

8.0 %

5

N.A.

58

3.6 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

BG

0

0.0 %

633

30.8 %

2,610

10.9 %

0

0.0 %

864

52.9 %

72

2.6 %

26

2.5 %

12

N.A.

0

0.0 %

BO

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

BY

 

N.A.

6

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

17

N.A.

 

N.A.

CH

 

N.A.

3

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

2

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

CS

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

CY

0

0.0 %

1

0.0 %

5

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

14

28.6 %

0

0.0 %

2

N.A.

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

CZ

28

44.4 %

73

4.4 %

2,910

5.4 %

0

0.0 %

96

7.3 %

94

9.1 %

16

N.A.

12

N.A.

0

0.0 %

DE

110

21.2 %

77

5.5 %

809

4.1 %

0

0.0 %

117

17.1 %

188

1.2 %

127

1.2 %

14

N.A.

2

0.0 %

DK

59

18.3 %

0

0.0 %

40

5.0 %

0

0.0 %

15

5.9 %

97

4.3 %

3

33.3 %

25

N.A.

0

0.0 %

EE

717

63.9 %

2

0.0 %

44

4.8 %

0

0.0 %

12

16.7 %

1,353

1.9 %

4

N.A.

264

0.8 %

0

0.0 %

EL

0

0.0 %

22

22.2 %

58

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

102

48.4 %

0

0.0 %

6

N.A.

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

ES

0

0.0 %

3

0.0 %

203

4.2 %

0

0.0 %

139

32.1 %

2

N.A.

56

3.8 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

FI

9,250

111.1 %

1

0.0 %

49

2.1 %

0

0.0 %

5

33.3 %

72

N.A.

3

N.A.

18

N.A.

0

0.0 %

FR

0

0.0 %

1

0.0 %

70

16.7 %

0

0.0 %

967

11.3 %

2

N.A.

30

4.7 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

GE

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

HR

 

N.A.

29,117

7.9 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

32

13.2 %

 

N.A.

4

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

HU

16

33.3 %

178

15.7 %

164,307

3.4 %

0

0.0 %

234

8.9 %

47

N.A.

10

N.A.

4

N.A.

0

0.0 %

IE

2

100.0 %

0

0.0 %

22

6.7 %

12,939

28.8 %

29

3.3 %

1

N.A.

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

IQ

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IR

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IS

 

N.A.

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IT

4

50.0 %

67

15.9 %

583

6.0 %

0

0.0 %

10,153

33.8 %

2

N.A.

17

N.A.

5

N.A.

9

133.3 %

KZ

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

2

N.A.

 

N.A.

LI

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

LT

179

73.6 %

5

0.0 %

731

2.2 %

0

0.0 %

141

9.8 %

64,531

1.4 %

17

3.7 %

912

2.4 %

0

0.0 %

LU

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

16

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

49

15.3 %

1

N.A.

125

4.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

LV

131

59.2 %

0

0.0 %

290

2.2 %

0

0.0 %

38

2.5 %

5,192

1.5 %

5

N.A.

4,196

1.5 %

0

0.0 %

MA

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MC

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MD

 

N.A.

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

ME

 

N.A.

150

34.8 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MK

 

N.A.

524

26.4 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

4

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MT

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

1

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

10

9.1 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

3,968

69.7 %

NL

66

27.5 %

7

0.0 %

328

1.9 %

0

0.0 %

107

14.6 %

26

N.A.

32

N.A.

15

N.A.

10

0.0 %

NO

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

PL

372

85.3 %

124

18.8 %

10,954

4.2 %

0

0.0 %

349

13.0 %

7,906

4.7 %

60

3.3 %

398

2.6 %

5

50.0 %

PT

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

9

25.0 %

0

0.0 %

50

15.5 %

0

0.0 %

16

8.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

RO

26

63.6 %

148

40.0 %

18,035

21.4 %

0

0.0 %

446

19.9 %

60

9.7 %

59

4.6 %

6

N.A.

0

0.0 %

RS

 

N.A.

2,267

15.3 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

1

N.A.

5

N.A.

 

N.A.

RU

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

4

N.A.

135

8.9 %

 

N.A.

SE

156

52.8 %

1

0.0 %

71

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

3

0.0 %

37

3.1 %

1

N.A.

10

N.A.

0

0.0 %

SI

6

33.3 %

1,219

16.5 %

2,510

4.4 %

0

0.0 %

137

21.9 %

12

N.A.

9

N.A.

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

SK

17

33.3 %

62

19.4 %

10,132

4.7 %

0

0.0 %

236

8.3 %

72

5.3 %

16

4.0 %

15

25.0 %

0

0.0 %

SL

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

SV

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

TM

 

N.A.

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

TR

 

N.A.

565

24.6 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

6

N.A.

1

N.A.

 

N.A.

UA

 

N.A.

7

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

28

N.A.

 

N.A.

UK

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

24

22.2 %

0

0.0 %

85

7.2 %

15

N.A.

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

16

12.5 %

US

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

UZ

 

N.A.

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

XK

 

N.A.

9

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MS of registration

Member State of inspection

(number of inspections carried out; prohibition %)

NL

%

PL

%

PT

%

RO

%

SE

%

SI

%

SK

%

UK

%

AD

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

AL

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

AT

30

0.0 %

228

1.0 %

0

0.0 %

7

0.0 %

22

83.3 %

22

0.0 %

208

23.5 %

545

36.5 %

AZ

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

BA

20

18.2 %

421

1.3 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

BE

508

2.4 %

513

0.2 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

29

50.0 %

1

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

3,170

50.7 %

BG

185

5.0 %

2,286

3.5 %

0

0.0 %

208

9.9 %

1,116

212.7 %

92

34.6 %

430

48.4 %

7,513

90.6 %

BO

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

BY

21

0.0 %

20,019

6.3 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

CH

7

0.0 %

18

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

CS

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

CY

5

0.0 %

 

N.A.

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

1

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

87

88.6 %

CZ

199

2.1 %

8,373

3.7 %

0

0.0 %

24

0.0 %

224

75.8 %

34

25.0 %

761

34.2 %

5,168

65.9 %

DE

512

1.4 %

9,099

0.4 %

2

N.A.

0

0.0 %

266

119.0 %

8

0.0 %

193

33.9 %

5,000

42.0 %

DK

105

1.1 %

234

0.6 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

722

79.5 %

2

0.0 %

1

0.0 %

449

40.3 %

EE

57

4.0 %

2,973

1.8 %

0

0.0 %

2

0.0 %

413

188.4 %

0

0.0 %

1

0.0 %

350

53.9 %

EL

22

0.0 %

37

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

2

0.0 %

2

100.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

329

79.3 %

ES

280

2.6 %

473

3.6 %

25

N.A.

0

0.0 %

46

95.8 %

0

0.0 %

5

N.A.

13,162

81.5 %

FI

46

3.3 %

147

1.7 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

651

141.9 %

0

0.0 %

1

N.A.

43

29.4 %

FR

47

0.0 %

410

0.0 %

2

N.A.

0

0.0 %

19

35.3 %

1

0.0 %

1

0.0 %

2,739

53.3 %

GE

2

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

HR

26

0.0 %

697

2.5 %

 

N.A.

3

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

HU

133

1.9 %

3,739

1.6 %

0

0.0 %

91

2.1 %

83

93.9 %

233

13.6 %

925

41.8 %

5,161

69.4 %

IE

48

0.0 %

32

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

6

20.0 %

0

0.0 %

1

N.A.

10,269

77.0 %

IQ

2

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IR

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IS

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

IT

85

2.1 %

191

3.4 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

8

42.9 %

44

58.8 %

54

31.7 %

3,408

64.2 %

KZ

2

0.0 %

377

27.7 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

LI

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

LT

257

1.7 %

26,453

2.4 %

0

0.0 %

8

0.0 %

511

85.7 %

14

0.0 %

17

N.A.

5,908

66.7 %

LU

11

0.0 %

10

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

2

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

151

65.3 %

LV

78

0.0 %

7,580

2.7 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

234

139.7 %

4

0.0 %

88

19.1 %

595

53.6 %

MA

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MC

1

0.0 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MD

 

N.A.

934

9.4 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

ME

1

0.0 %

60

4.9 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MK

6

0.0 %

804

3.7 %

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

 

N.A.

MT

7

0.0 %

 

N.A.

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

0

0.0 %

0