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Certificate of conformity (COC)

A COC (Certificate of Conformity) is a declaration of the conformity with the type approval of EC. The purpose of this document is to ensure the free movement of goods within the European Union, specifically for those goods that are subject to homologation and registration. A COC is only obtainable for:

  • passenger vehicles (M1)
  • light goods vehicles (N1)
  • motorcycles (L)

A COC document is a producer’s declaration that the vehicle complies with the given approved type. This document contains information about the vehicle and its producer’s identification, type approval number, technical specifications and other data. The content of a COC is defined by EU regulation (Amendment IX, Regulation 92/53).

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Attention

For the vehicles without the EU specification (e.g. vehicle manufactured for the U.S. or Japanese market) and older vehicles that have not been given the type approval of the EC yet, a COC does not exist. Similarly, it is not possible to issue a COC for converted vehicles.

Our commitments

  • No additional charges
  • 100 % refund of the order if the COC is not available (vehicles manufactured before the implementation of EU type approval standards, non-EU vehicles, prototypes and pre-series vehicles)
  • Secure on-line payment
  • Delivery time respected
  • Personalised delivery with follow-up
  • Official COC valid in all Member states of the European Union and all Member states of the European Economic Area

Implementation of the EU type approval standards

EU type approval standards has been implemented since:

  • 1996 to private cars – category M1
  • 2004 to motorbikes – category L1
  • 2010 to utility vehicles – category N1


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Certificates of conformity - History and legislation

Certificates of Conformity have been defined in EU’s Single Internal Market and Type Approval Directive (EC-92). EU’s single internal market became official on 1 January 1993.

Part of the “EC-92” effort was to remove the technical barriers preventing the free movement of products within the EU market. The greatest impact of this effort has been in the area of standards in the automotive sector. The EU Commission is seeking to harmonise the automotive, technical and environmental standards between all the member states. EU legislation defines the standards in the areas of noise, particle emissions and safety. In addition, the EU’s directive on Type Approval (EU Council Directive 92/53) eliminates the need for national type approval requirements by establishing one set of rules for automobiles and their components throughout the EU.

This directive aims at the clarification of the type approval procedure for motor vehicles, separate technical units (i.e., trailers), and components. It simplifies the documentation, designates the type approval number of a separate technical unit by a certificate of conformity, and defines the vehicles, individual technical unit(s), and component(s). 

Certificates of Conformity, as specified in Annex IX of EU Directive 92/53, will be required for an automobile to enter into service. For component approvals, an endorsement that is issued under the relevant regulations by the U.N. Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) is recognised as equivalent to an approval granted under comparable EU legislation.

In March 1992, the EU Council formally adopted the few remaining pieces of component-related legislation that are necessary to make the whole-vehicle type approval a reality for passenger cars. In June 1992, EU member state officials approved the adoption of EU legislation creating a single system for the certification of passenger cars, in turn defining the safety, and other technical requirements. The legislation established an EU type approval system to replace the national schemes of the twelve member states. In 1996, the EU type approval system became mandatory. Vehicles with an EU type approval can be marketed anywhere in the European Community. Therefore, a vehicle only needs to receive the type approval certification in one EU country in order to be accepted in all of the other member countries.

 


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What Is Certificate of conformity (COC)?

A COC (Certificate of Conformity) is a declaration of the conformity with the type approval of EC. The purpose of this document is to ensure the free movement of goods within the European Union, specifically for those goods that are subject to homologation and registration. We can supply you with the COC for: passenger vehicles (M1) light goods vehicles (N1) motorcycles (L) A COC document is a producer’s declaration that the vehicle complies with the given approved type. This document contains information about the vehicle and its producer’s identification, type approval number, technical specifications and other data. The content of a COC is defined by EU regulation (Amendment IX, Regulation 92/53).

Do I need the certificate of conformity for a vehicle imported from outside the EU (US, Canada, Japan, Russia, China, Dubai, Singapore, Africa, and others)?

If you car was first registered in one of these countries, then the COC is not possible at all because it does not comply with European standards and does not have a European type-approval number. You must contact the importer or official brand representative directly in the country of your next registration - they will advise you what to do next (this may vary in a few details in different countries). You can read more about it in our article here.

Is the COC available for my vehicle?

To verify the availability of the COC, we need to know the brand and model of the car, country and year of first registration of the vehicle and its VIN number (a vehicle identification number is a unique usually 17-digit code used by the automotive industry to identify individual vehicles). You can check the availability of the COC here.

Do I really need COC?

If you have imported a vehicle from abroad, in most countries you will need the COC to confirm, that it is a European model and can be driven in the traffic without the need for any modifications. In the case you want to register your car in France and fields D1, D2, D3 and K are filled in the technical license, the COC may not be necessary, but the ANTS may sometimes ask for it additionally.

How much does the COC cost ?

The price of the COC depends on the car brand, model, country and year of first registration of the vehicle. You can check the price and availability here.

How long does it take to get the COC?

The delivery time also varies, but mostly we deliver the COC for about a week. Please fill out this form to find out the exact time.

I need COC.

The COC for category M1 (personal cars) are available after year 1996. The COC for category N1 (commercial vehicles) are available after year 2010. The COC for category L (motorbikes) are available after year 2005. You can check the availability of the COC for your car here.

What to do if my car is too old for COC?

If the vehicle comes from the EU, but is older than the mentioned years, it will need national attestation (instead of the COC). For french attestations we deal with some suppliers, but unfortunately not for all car brands. You can check the availability of the attestation here (just choose attestation instead of COC in the form).

Can I cancel my order?

The order can be canceled if it has not yet been paid and processed. If the COC has already been ordered from our supplier, it cannot be canceled. You can read our full terms and conditions here.

What is the status of my order?

If you are registered, you can see the status of your order in . "Or click here: Where is my COC? " Or you can contact us.