Off-road traffic ban: contrary opinions of ANCMA and FMI

In the year of the Italian success in the most important international off-road sporting event, the Six Days of Enduro held on the hills of Oltrepò Pavese, the contents of the 28 October Decree published in the Official Gazette last 1 December draw attention. of Confindustria ANCMA (National Association of Cycle Motorcycle Accessories) and FMI, the Italian Motorcycle Federation. Both signal their contrary opinion towards the provision that would prohibit forest and forest-pastoral viability for ordinary transit.  The comment ANCMA and FMI, awaiting further initiatives, have activated an interview with the Government to obtain clarifications and a correction of the provisions contained in the Decree. In the press release it is noted: "This is a short-sighted rule, which can potentially create serious economic damage to the market, to the entire supply chain, to recreational and sporting activities and to those related to hospitality and tourism. There are also possible profiles of unconstitutionality, because there is clearly a lack of balance between the interests at stake and constitutional rights such as free movement, the right to free economic initiative and the right to carry out sporting and recreational activities. " It should also be remembered on the one hand the two-wheel industry generates a total value of over 7 billion euros in Italy and employs more than 100,000 employees in its supply chain, on the other hand the sporting activity of the sector with more than 117,000 members structured in 1760 Moto Club in the area.

In the year of the Italian success in the most important international off-road sporting event, the Six Days of Enduro held on the hills of Oltrepò Pavese, the contents of the 28 October Decree published in the Official Gazette last 1 December draw attention. of Confindustria ANCMA (National Association of Cycle Motorcycle Accessories) and FMI, the Italian Motorcycle Federation. Both signal their contrary opinion towards the provision that would prohibit forest and forest-pastoral viability for ordinary transit.

The comment

ANCMA and FMI, awaiting further initiatives, have activated an interview with the Government to obtain clarifications and a correction of the provisions contained in the Decree.

In the press release it is noted: "This is a short-sighted rule, which can potentially create serious economic damage to the market, to the entire supply chain, to recreational and sporting activities and to those related to hospitality and tourism. There are also possible profiles of unconstitutionality, because there is clearly a lack of balance between the interests at stake and constitutional rights such as free movement, the right to free economic initiative and the right to carry out sporting and recreational activities. "

It should also be remembered on the one hand the two-wheel industry generates a total value of over 7 billion euros in Italy and employs more than 100,000 employees in its supply chain, on the other hand the sporting activity of the sector with more than 117,000 members structured in 1760 Moto Club in the area.

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