I had to change my motorbike’s speedo

I brought my Triumph motorbike to France and was required to change the speedometer, which showed mph and kph, to one showing only kph. This seems petty. D.K.

If a vehicle is recent and made in the EU and thus has an EU certificate of conformity from the manufacturer, then it should be accepted and does not have to undergo inspection for homologation in order to carry French number plates.

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