1. What is the process for obtaining a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) for a vehicle?
When purchasing the CoC document from us, the process is simple. Select your vehicle's brand and input the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Provide your delivery address during checkout and choose your preferred shipping method. Complete the payment, and we'll take care of delivering the CoC document to you.
2. Are there specific documents or information required?
The specific documents or information required for obtaining an EC Certificate of Conformity vary based on the car manufacturer. Generally, providing the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is sufficient for most brands. However, certain manufacturers may request additional documents such as the Vehicle Registration Document, a copy of the owner's ID, the intended country of next registration, and possibly more. We'll make sure to provide you with information about the documents needed as the process moves forward.
3. Will I receive an authentic COC?
Yes, the certificates of conformity we provide are the same as those from the manufacturer. In fact, they are the entity issuing the CoC documents.
4. Is the COC document valid in any european country?
Absolutely, the Certificate of Conformity (CoC) we provide are universally valid across European countries. Rest assured, our CoC papers hold recognition and acceptance throughout Europe.
5. Will I receive a PDF or a printed version of it?
You will receive a printed Certificate of Conformity (CoC) at your address. While some countries accept digital copies, we ensure delivery of a physical CoC document to you.
6. In which language is the Certificate of Conformity (CoC) typically issued?
The language of the issued Certificate of Conformity (CoC) depends on the manufacturer. It's often available in common languages like German, English, and French. Nonetheless, the CoC's language shouldn't pose a problem for local authorities.
7. Do COC documents include information about CO2 emissions?
Absolutely, the CO2 emissions are clearly specified in the Certificate of Conformity (CoC). This includes Low, Medium, and High levels, along with combined figures. Depending on the manufacture date, both NEDC and WLTP cycles are mentioned. It's worth noting that WLTP, being the latest and more accurate test cycle, is commonly used by most countries for vehicle registration. For an actual sample of a Certificate of Conformity, please refer to this post: What does a COC look like?
8. Is the fiscal power typically mentioned in the COC?
In some cases, yes, the fiscal power is indicated in the COC. However, this inclusion depends on the specific vehicle and brand.
9. Does the COC contain information about the Euro standard for exhaust emissions?
Yes, the exhaust emission level (Euro standard) is indeed indicated in the COC document, which aligns with the requirements all european countries.