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Everything you need to know about a single vehicle approval for a motorcycle (MSVA) in the UK? 

Everything you need to know about a single vehicle approval for a motorcycle (MSVA) in the UK?  When importing any kind of vehicle to be used for road traffic in United Kingdom, several documents are needed for the purpose of vehicle registration, one of them being a European Certificate of Conformity, which serves as a manufacturer’s declaration justifying the production…
29. 11. 2021
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EuroCoc – an exhibitor at EMVO Conference (Etats-Majors du Véhicule d’Occasion) 2021

 EuroCoc – an exhibitor at EMVO Conference (Etats-Majors du Véhicule d’Occasion) 2021 On July 6, 2021, EuroCoc (the market leader in providing European Certificates of Conformity) participated at the Used Car Conference (EMVO) at the Pavillon Dauphine in Paris. The tenth edition of this unique French conference, which brings together the largest players in second-hand car market, focused on the…
21. 09. 2021
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Get a Duplicate of a CoC for your Vehicle

Everything you need to know about a Duplicate of Certificate of Conformity! A duplicate of the certificate of conformity is a new copy of the CoC, of equal value to the original imprinted on the manufacturer's secure paper. The original of the CoC might have been submitted to registration authorities for the first registration of the given vehicle, lost or…
15. 06. 2021
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Importing an English car in 2021, after Brexit

Brexit: What are the consequences of importing a vehicle from the UK? With Brexit, a number of changes have taken place in trade and fiscal relations between Great Britain and the other members of the European Union, notably at the level of importation and registration of a vehicle. What are the new procedures? Importation The main repercussion of Brexit is…
09. 06. 2021
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Full Power Motorbikes: France’s 100 HP restriction

Full Power Motorbikes: France's 100 HP restriction Despite the harmonization of the laws of European countries, France is still an exception when it comes to the maximum admissible engine power of motorbikes as the year of 2016 marked the end of 100-horsepower limit required by the French state under certain conditions. Following the Regulation (EU) n° 168/2013 applicable within the…
22. 01. 2021
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WLTP cycle replaces NEDC

WLTP cycle replaces NEDC New laboratory test called WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure) has been introduced to measure fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The NEDC cycle The New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) was a driving cycle designed to represent typical driving conditions on European roads. The NEDC test cycle was mainly used to measure fuel consumption and pollution…
08. 06. 2020
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Right-hand traffic and left-hand traffic

Right-hand traffic and left-hand traffic and a Coc Left-hand traffic (LHT) and right-hand traffic (RHT) are the practice, in bidirectional traffic, of keeping to the left side or to the right side of the road, respectively. In LHT, traffic keeps left, and cars have the steering wheel on the right, putting the driver on the side closest to the centre…
14. 05. 2020
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Top 10 myths about ordering a Certificate of Conformity online

Top 10 myths about ordering a Certificate of Conformity online (that will save you plenty of money) Seeing what is going on the market of COCs, we put together the most frequent mistakes customers make when buying COC online. Please read these top 10 myths quickly, or in a full article below Myth #1: Someone who speaks my language knows…
06. 04. 2020
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Onboard documents in Belgium

Onboard documents in Belgium Every country has its own rules and certain documents are required at roadside checks. If you’re a Belgian citizen and want to drive with confidence, make sure you have the originals of all necessary documents before any road trip: driving licence, certificate of insurance, vehicle registration certificate, roadworthiness inspection certificate and certificate of conformity. Driving licence Pursuant to Article 21 of the law…
08. 01. 2020
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Onboard documents in Luxembourg

Onboard documents in Luxembourg In the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the obligatory onboard documents are the following: driving license, insurance certificate, vehicle registration certificate, road tax sticker and since 2016, a certificate of conformity or a copy certified by the National Society of Automobile Traffic (“SNCA - Société Nationale de Circulation Automobile”). Driving licence: Any person driving a vehicle must possess…
18. 12. 2019