In this section we list some sites that can be used to check the chassis number of your vehicle. You can carry out a free inspection and obtain very interesting information such as the production factory the identification number of the model as well as information about the engine and the layout of your vehicle. The search can be more or less complete but certainly they are interesting information to retrieve for free.
If this is not enough for you, the page dedicated to the visura Premium is under construction, this new CoC Europe service is an absolute novelty for all car dealers or for vehicle purchases from other countries. We know how important it is to have all the information of the vehicle you intend to buy is sometimes it may be a wiser choice to check the history of the vehicle to check if there are previous accidents, how many properties it has previously had if it is registered as a vehicle stolen in one of the countries of the European community
Which law regulates the EC certificate of conformity
Certificates of Conformity have been defined in the 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 harmonize 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 by establishing one set of rules for automobiles and their components throughout the EU.
Separate technical units (i.e., trailers), and components. The technical documentation, the technical unit, the technical unit, the technical unit (s), and the component (s).
Certificates of Conformity, as specified in Annex IX of the 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 recognized as equivalent to an approval granted under comparable EU legislation.In March 1992, the EU formally adopted a reality-passenger-passenger-car-type approval for the first time. In June 1992, EU Member State Officials approved the certification of passenger cars, in defining the safety, and technical requirements. The legislation established in the 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, we need to be able to get the approval of the EU.