Trademark Class 12 is a category of goods under the Nice Classification system. It primarily includes vehicles and apparatus for locomotion by land, air, or water. Class 12 encompasses a wide range of motorized and non-motorized vehicles used for transportation. Some common examples of goods falling under Class 12 include:
- Motor vehicles and their parts and accessories.
- Bicycles, scooters, and motorcycles.
- Land vehicles for personal and commercial use.
- Aircraft and their parts and accessories.
- Water vehicles and their parts and accessories.
- Baby carriages and strollers.
- Wheelchairs and mobility scooters.
- Safety seats and restraints for vehicles.
Trademark Class 12 is specifically designated for goods related to vehicles and apparatus for locomotion, distinguishing them from other categories of goods during the trademark registration process. When filing a trademark application, it is important to select the appropriate class(es) that accurately represent the goods or services associated with the trademark. This ensures proper identification and protection of the trademark within the relevant industry, specifically in relation to vehicles and transportation apparatus.