Homologation is the process of certifying a product to indicate that it meets regulatory standards and specifications, such as safety and technical requirements. In the car world this can be anything from car parts to entire cars. They all need homologation.
You can expect your car to be ready after 4 to 6 weeks.
In Belgium you can deliver your car on the adress Delften 23, unit 61, 2390 Malle.
The adress to drop off your car in France is 20 Avenue Blaise Pascal, 60000 Beauvais.
Please bring the registration certificate, the import documents and the purchase invoice. We would also like to receive the COC, if you have one.
Certificate of Conformity. This is a document provided by the constructor to ensure that your car is technically the same as every other car of the same model. The COC document is a European document. Imported cars will not have this document.
Your car has a COC when it was originally meant for the European market after circa 2000.
A Datenblatt is a technical form to ensure that the vehicle complies to all technical and safety regulations.
In all countries except France. If you want to register your vehicle as an oldtimer in Belgium, a Datenblatt is also not necessary. A Datenblatt is included in following services:
- Import with COC
- Import without COC
- Inspection for modifications
- Commercial vehicle inspection
This is a customs document through which your car is registered in Belgium that you need if you want to register a vehicle in Belgium.
No. We only focus on the services for the import and homologation of your vehicle.