All cars must take a compulsory roadworthiness test every two years. Our goal is for your car to pass this exam and we can contribute to this with a preliminary condition survey and the services of a car service in the yard.

What happens to your car in a technical exam?

I. Recruitment:

1. Receipt of documents required for the exam
  • vehicle registration certificate,
  • a copy of the compulsory liability insurance check proving the payment,
  • a photo ID of the person registered in the registration certificate,
    power of attorney, if you are not the owner or operator,
  • a company statement and a copy of the signature address, if the vehicle is company-owned.



2. Visual inspection
  • inspection of windscreens, mirrors, tires, lighting equipment,
  • the chassis number and engine number are reconciled with those in circulation.
3. Instrumental testing of brakes
  •  the measurement prescribed by the NKH shall be made on a dynamometer.
4. Inspection of shock absorbers
  • the measurement is made with a shock absorber tester.
5. Chassis and chassis inspection
  • inspect the chassis; the chassis, cylinder heads, bushings, fuel lines, ball heads and anything else that could fail.
6. Photography
  • we prepare pictorial documentation about the vehicle and chassis number.
7. Environmental inspection
  • the environmental test is carried out in conjunction with the technical test.

II. Technical exam

  • in the event that the vehicle has passed the measurements, a technical examination may be carried out.

III. Takeover

  • after the technical examination, you will be notified that you can take the vehicle.


Origin testing should be performed:

  • if you want to place on the market a used vehicle imported from abroad or a vehicle not registered in the vehicle register
  • if we want to put a vehicle permanently withdrawn from service again
  • if an export license plate is required
  • if an installation work is carried out on the vehicle which involves a change in the chassis number
  • if we want to report a change in property law
  • if the investigation is subject to any public authentication procedure by the competent authorities