Finally you have your own car! All we need now is approval. But what documents do you need? What do I have to report to the Admission Board? You will find the answers to these questions and more if you read on.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
No approval or subject to approval?
As you already know, motor vehicles and their trailers must be registered for use on public roads. Exceptions (e.g. trailers in agriculture) can be obtained from the registration office.
The vehicle may be registered only if it has been type-approved or EC type-approved. This ensures that a motor vehicle or trailer complies with German traffic regulations.
Which documents do I need for admission?
A motor vehicle is registered at the registration office. For this procedure you will need the following documents:
- Registration certificate Part I (not for first registration)
- Registration Certificate Part II
- identity card
- Direct debit authorisation to pay the motor vehicle tax
- Insurance confirmation (also as electronic insurance confirmation "EVB")
- Test report on main and exhaust emission test (not for first registration)
- Indicator, if available.
What changes do I have to notify the Admission Board of?
he relocation (even if it is only temporary) to another registration district for longer than three months and the decommissioning. Here you have to present a certificate of a recognised recycling company.
When does the registration expire?
If the vehicle is taken out of service, the liability insurance no longer exists or the operating licence has expired.
What do I have to do if I sell my vehicle?
You must hand over the vehicle documents to the buyer and inform the registration office of the name and address of the buyer. The buyer rewrites the vehicle immediately. A new insurance confirmation is required for this.
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