Homologation password

Hello,Yesterday I was “pulled” from the ITV for several reasons:– Suspension ball joint with slack. (I replace it and that’s it) — Tow ball. It is not specified in the technical data sheet (The engineer who approved it did not include it in the data sheet. Pending to be included in the technical data sheet). — Unapproved tinted windows. (The codes do not appear on the glass and I do not have a certificate. As they have no code, can they be homologated, how will they do it, will they engrave the code on each window, or will it be enough to include it in the technical sheet… On Saturday I go down to Alicante. To see the engineer who did the homologations (the same one who did not include neither the windows, nor the ball)…Will he be able to modify the technical card of the vehicle? and thus end the problems of hologation once and for all?…Thank you very much, as always….

Quote from: Villalobos on May 05, 2011, 14:43:00 pmI’m going to Carrefour. And I’m going to steal the homologation stickers for the plates. I’m going to stick them with all the face … to see what happens … well look to see if you can also mangarte the certificate of approval, is a piece of paper that has to come the same reference as the seal of the moons, that one thing without the other … as you are not going to pass it.

What is the new data sheet like?

The electronic ITV card or eITV is the new technical card where the vehicle data appears and must always be carried in the car together with the vehicle registration certificate. … It also contains the NIVE number (Vehicle Identification Number) made up of 32 digits, which is the equivalent of the car’s ID number.

What is the e ITV?

The eITV is the new digital version of the technical inspection card, also called ITV card, technical card or ITV ‘cardboard’. It is one of the most important documents of your vehicle since it shows the main data of the car and the deadline until the next mandatory technical inspection.

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When you buy a new car, do you get the technical data sheet?

Important: Today this document disappears from the glove compartment of new cars, do you know what it is? All passenger cars, vans and trucks registered from today onwards will have the technical characteristics card (ITV) in electronic format.

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The eITV is the new digital version of the technical inspection card, also called ITV card, technical card or ITV ‘cardboard’. It is one of the most important documents of your vehicle since it shows the main data of the car and the deadline until the next mandatory technical inspection.

Although the eITV or electronic ITV is digital, we are not exempt from carrying a copy in the car. The new eITV is no longer printed on cardboard but on a simple sheet of paper, but the information that appears on it is as relevant as on the old cardboard and also necessary when passing periodic inspections or showing the documentation at the request of a law enforcement officer.

Part of the information that we can find in the technical inspection card is destined to the Administration. With this data, for example, the taxes that you must pay according to the fiscal power of the vehicle are calculated. But there are more than fifty fields, including information about the manufacturer, technical data of the vehicle and possible modifications made to it.

How to get the electronic ITV?

How to get the electronic ITV is easy. The dealer or manufacturer sends the technical data to the Register of Pre-registered Vehicles, and then Traffic checks the data and registers it.

What are the new vehicle data sheets like?

Find out here! Since May 2016, newly registered vehicles went from having the green ITV card, to only carrying a piece of paper that corresponded with a copy of the electronic ITV card, also known as eITV.

What is the technical data sheet of a new car?

What is the technical data sheet and what data should it contain?

The technical data sheet of the car must be issued, authorized and supervised by the Ministry of Industry and must contain the following information: … Make, version, model and commercial denomination of the car. Car registration number. Tire measurements.

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man if it is for height is fine because if qeu that has a minimum that if I remember correctly before was 7cm and now is 10cm from the ground but deverian explain why and not say that no ba there and do not pass, thanks for the clarifications partner

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so now the height is no longer as before? because before I have understood that you did not look that you lowered the car but the cm that was between the ground and the lowest part of the car lower part of the bumper ie if you cut the bumper but you put the wheels in the step 5cm while not estubiera lower than the cm that you were told with respect to the ground the lower part of the bumper gave equal height that you lowered it, and now so you say that already gives equal and now looks at total vehicle height in + / – 3cm

is that always those of the tuning we have had the puteo of the million because they told you that the car could not be less than 7cm from the ground at the time when I moved in this but then you put speed bumps of 10 and 15 cm of the cocjon and you think if I have the car homologated at 7 cm which is the maximum allowed because cojones me poen a higher speed bump in which I touch to pass that is consedera obstacle, for that reason now the law of regularity of the speed bumps says that they must have a maximum of 10cm of high that is the minimum of cm of which you can have the car of the ground and with 1 meter of ramp to both ends so that it does not touch the nose in the ground before the wheels go up already but as you do not move they ban happening of the subject but enfin this will be like this all the life

When do you get the technical inspection card?

When you purchase a new vehicle, the seller will be responsible for providing you with this card. If it is, for example, a new car, the firm in charge of its construction and sale will give you this document at the moment the sale and purchase process is completed.

Where can I see the horsepower in the new data sheet?

Where to access to find this information? … Generally, the name given to reflect the horsepower is ”Fiscal Power” and this information is usually found at the bottom right hand side of this tab.

How long does it take to get the paperwork for a new car?

Normally it only takes a day, but in some places it can take between 15 days and two months. As we already anticipated, this procedure is usually slower via the agency because they do not usually do it every day.

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El Gaucho16/07/2012, 20:32It seems to me that, if your dinette is for 4 people and 2 more in the cabin you would have the 6 passengers, the issue will be, where you put the seat belts, that maybe it is not even necessary that they are 3 points and with the 2 points you could solve it.

Agustmaiz16/07/2012, 21:49It seems to me that, if your dinette is for 4 people and 2 more in the cabin you would have the 6 passengers, the issue will be, where you put the seat belts, that maybe it is not even necessary that they are 3 points and with the 2 points you could solve it.

Some old motorhomes were designed for 6 passengers and only had seat belts in the forward-facing seats and those that were upside down did not have seat belts and had no problems, but today things are the way they are in the ITV.

bescanochallenger16/07/2012, 22:13Hello something similar happened to me but in reverse. I have 6 belts that by the way the ones in the rear-facing seat are two-point belts. So that I have 6 belts and instead in the data sheet says only 5 occupants. They asked me why it was not the same number of occupants and belts, I told them that this is what I had. I would have problems if it was the other way around, 6 seats with 5 belts. In the end they told me that in the next revision I should “hide a belt” and only 5 belts should be seen. What El Gaucho said is right, the homologation is already done, now is a little ingenuity for the mounting. Greetings

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