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Certificate of Conformity and Certificate of Construction (CoC) Application

What is a Certificate of Conformity (CoC)?

A Certificate of Conformity (CoC) is a document that states vehicle particulars in relation to European Commission (EC) Type Approval standards, along with other important information and vehicle specifications.

CoCs were a legal requirement for new motorcycles from 2001. These initial CoCs (called: 92/61) were ‘portrait’ style and contained 18 lines of data.  Between 2001 and 2004 the CoC style changed over from the 92/61 to a new ‘landscape’ style (called: 2002/24) with 46 lines of data.  From 2004 CoCs were a legal requirement for all models, only 2002/24 CoCs are valid for registration in the EU and the 92/61 therefore declared invalid.  CoCs are generally not available for any new model motorcycle manufactured and type approved before 2001.

These are only available for on road vehicles i.e. they are not available for ATV’s or off road Motorcycles. In addition, please be aware that the European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval (EWVTA), Certificate of Conformity (CoC) applies to products built for the EU market only, if the vehicle is a non-EU build then a Certificate of Conformity will not be in existence.

What is a Certificate of Construction?

This may also be referred to as a ‘Dating Letter’ and is usually available for all products manufactured worldwide. A Certificate of Construction contains the exact date and country of manufacture and maybe issued in the absence of a certificate of conformity.

How do I know what Certificate I require?

We suggest that you discuss your individual circumstances with the local authorities of the country you intend on registering the product with, prior to completing the forms. This will ensure the correct document maybe requested.

Failure to do so may result in further delays and financial expense.

How do I apply for a Certificate?

In order to obtain a Certificate of Conformity/Construction, please click on the link below and download the PDF application pack below, please complete and return this to our Customer Services Team as per the instructions included. Please be informed; there is a £95.00 including VAT administration charge that is applicable to each application.

Download Application Form