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General information

Main rules

Vehicle registration is managed by the police at a police station or vehicle roadworthiness test centre. There are two parts to the registration document. Part I is the vehicle registration certificate and attests the roadworthiness and ownership of the vehicle. Part II is the vehicle licence and attests ownership and technical and other features. The validity of the vehicle registration certificate is certified for one year at a time at each test. The most recent date of its validity is marked on the certificate and certified with the stamp of the competent police administration or testing centre and signature of the officer.

Period of validity

Until the date certified with the most recent stamp and until the certificate is completely filled in

VRC models