The registration certificate Part II is issued for all motor vehicles subject to registration. It is regarded as proof of type approval and is required for approval or decommissioning. The registration certificate Part II is issued by the dealer or previous owner when the vehicle is purchased. It contains:
- Important vehicle data such as displacement, engine power, dimensions, weights, number of axles and seats.
- The name of the owner and, if applicable, of the previous owner.
- Information concerning the decommissioning and re-registration of the vehicle
- Entries concerning technical modifications to the vehicle
You do not have to carry the registration certificate part II with you when driving. Since it's considered a deed, you shouldn't keep it in the car either.