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WHAT DO THE DIFFERENT FIELDS OF THE EUROPEAN CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY CORRESPOND TO?

WHAT DO THE DIFFERENT FIELDS OF THE EUROPEAN CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY CORRESPOND TO?

WHAT DO THE DIFFERENT FIELDS OF THE EUROPEAN CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY CORRESPOND TO?

WHAT DO THE DIFFERENT FIELDS OF THE EUROPEAN CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY CORRESPOND TO?

What do the different fields of the European Certificate of Conformity correspond to?

 

Like your vehicle identity, the certificate of conformity, also known as "COC", includes headings whose nomenclature has been harmonized at European level. De facto, we will explain all the codes on each section and also transcribed on the gray card.

99 sections and sub-sections on the COC

In summary, a hundred fields appear on the European certificate of conformity. You can see the registration number on the field (A) and other mandatory information (M.1 to M.3). The sections provide the information and technical characteristics of the vehicle which has been approved. Depending on the type of vehicle, there are missing fields which are edited with the holder's registration card.

 

Sections visible on the certificate of conformity: Vehicle information

  • (A) this is the vehicle registration number
  • D.1 and D.3 are the make, model and variant of the vehicle
  • (B) the date of the first registration of the vehicle

 

You can find the detail corresponding to all the sections on the site www.euro-conformite.com and request the registration card of your car on www.cartegrise-guichet.fr

 

Here are the headings which determine the price of the Registration Certificate

The cost of the gray card depends on one hand on your department but also on the national administrative power, namely the fiscal horses (P.6). These two major factors directly impact the price of the regional tax (Y.1), the most important tax in calculating the price of the Certificate;

  • (J.1) the type of vehicle: car (VP), van (CTTE), motorcycle (MT)…;
  • (B) the date of entry into service of the vehicle makes it possible to pay 2 times less if the vehicle is more than 10 years old,
  • (P.3) engine energy (P.3) and CO2 emissions (V.7). The higher the Co2 level, the greater the bonus

 

Certificate of Conformity and obtaining the gray card for imported cars

It is compulsory to present a Certificate of Conformity or any other homologation document from the manufacturer for a request for a vehicle registration certificate. The law requires and imposes it on all EU member countries. The set of headings on the European COC Certificate of Conformity makes it a unique document assigned to a single vehicle according to its VIN chassis number.

 

Consequently, on the Euro-Conformite.com site delivers this certificate of conformity.

 

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