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YOUR TECHNICAL CONTROL CENTRE IN L'ISLE-JOURDAIN
Since 1 January 1992, technical verification has been compulsory for all motor vehicles below 3.5 tonnes.
Carried out every two years for vehicles over 4 years old, the technical inspection makes it possible to check a set of control points in order to make your vehicle safer.
Mandatory to be roadworthy, the technical inspection must also be less than 6 months old in the case of the sale of a vehicle to a private individual.
The technical inspection is obligatory for everyone!
All vehicles of less than 3.5 tons and registered for at least 4 years must carry out a technical inspection. The owner of the vehicle has the obligation to keep his vehicle in good working order and in a satisfactory state of maintenance. Once the first appointment has been made, the vehicle must be checked every two years.
Mandatory Inspection :
The first visit
It is carried out within 6 months, before the 4 years of the vehicle from its date of 1st entry into service (top right of the registration certificate).
The next visit (so-called periodic) is carried out every 2 years
Commercial vehicles are subject to a Complementary Pollution Inspection, to be done one year after the periodic technical inspection, and this in the 2 months preceding the anniversary date of the latter.
NOTE : are not concerned by the Complementary Pollution Visit, commercial vehicles whose body is a CARAVAN, a HANDICAP or an FUNERAL VEHICLE.
SELLERS OBLIGATION IN CASE OF SALE :
The Voluntary Inspection
(does not exempt from the mandatory inspection):
At any time, to know the condition of your vehicle, you can request a total voluntary technical inspection (all the points of a technical inspection), or partial (one or more safety points, depending on your needs).
Be careful, it does not exempt from mandatory control.
Numerous technical checkpoints
for maximum security
The technical inspection verifies no less than 133 points classified into 3 categories, 123 of which are subject to a counter-inspection: