What is homologation?
is a quality control procedure according to strict European
norms, with supervision of the entire production process and
its quality - from raw material orders to the final inspection
of finished goods.
The Republic of Croatia is a signatory to the International
Convention on Road Safety, which means that the international
norms are binding upon it.
to the obligations taken over, the Republic of Croatia has
passed the following regulations:
on homologation of back dimension plates for marking of
long and heavy goods vehicles
on homologation of plates for marking of slow vehicles
on homologation of retro-reflective markers for heavy
goods and long vehicles and their trailers
of back dimension plates pursuant to the above mentioned regulations
may be carried out only by authorized laboratories in accordance
with the Rules Nos.
above mentioned Rules were issued by of the UN Economic Commission
for Europe, amended as of January 01, 1998 (ECE documents).
These Rules represent an annex to the Geneva Agreement of
1958, concerning the reciprocal acceptance of homologation
requirements and homologation of motor vehicle parts and their
MEANS THAT AS OF JANUARY 01, 2000 ALL VEHICLES MUST
HAVE THE PRESCRIBED DIMENSION PLATES HOMOLOGATED PURSUANT
TO THE RULES ECE R 70.01 AND ECE R 69.00.
AS OF APRIL 01, 2001 ALL LONG AND HEAVY GOODS VEHICLES
AND THEIR TRAILERS MUST BE MARKED WITH RETRO-REFLECTIVE
CONTOUR AND DISTINGUISHING MARKERS, HOMOLOGATED PURSUANT
TO THE ECE R 104.