Mexico Publishes New Regulations for Certain Vehicle Security Devices

Posted by Arturo González on 10/11/22 5:00 PM

On October 3, 2022, in the Diario Oficial, Mexico’s Ministry of Economy published NOM-194-SE-2021, which applies to commercial information and security devices installed in new vehicles, including headrests, seat belts, controls and indicators, rear view mirrors, spare tires, headlamps, tire pressure monitor systems, stability controls. This NOM will be applicable to new vehicles imported and sold in Mexican market. The publication contains terminology and definitions, general guidelines, vehicle classification, and tables listing the security devices subject to compliance.  Entry into force will be 180 days after publication, and upon entry, it replaces NOM-194-SCFI-2015. Some provisions will enter into force on January 1st in 2024, 2025, and 2026.

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Topics: Vehicles, Mexico

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