Procedure How to regularise a vehicle that has been deregistered following a failure to complete a technical visit

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Service des Titres de Circulation

23, Avenue Albert II
BP 699
MC 98014 MONACO CEDEX

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office :
(+377) 98 98 80 14

Fax : (+377) 98 98 40 36

Opening Hours : from 9.30am to 5.00pm from Monday to Friday

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Service des Titres de Circulation

23, Avenue Albert II
BP 699
MC 98014 MONACO CEDEX

Opening Hours : from 9.30am to 5.00pm from Monday to Friday

Phone : (+377) 98 98 80 14

Fax : (+377) 98 98 40 36

Send us an email
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Principle

All vehicle registrations are limited and expire on the date that the statutory technical inspection is due. This date is noted on the registration certificate and, where appropriate, on the most recent technical inspection or follow-up technical inspection report. If the technical inspection is successfully passed by the due date, the vehicle’s registration period will be extended.

In the event that a technical inspection is not passed by the due date, or if the vehicle still has faults following a second follow-up visit, the vehicle is deregistered from the number plate database.

This means that the car may no longer be driven and that the registration certificate and licence plates must be returned to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office.

In order to be able to drive a deregistered vehicle you will need to regularise it first.

There is a fee associated with this service - Please see Download file STC - Tarifs 2020 en vigueur STC - Tarifs 2020 en vigueur

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Formulating the request

Requests to regularise deregistered vehicles should be sent to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office using the relevant forms, duly completed and signed.

The forms may be:

2

Collating the documents

The requests to regularise must be accompanied by the following documents:

  • A copy of a valid ID document (ID card or residence permit)
  • The registration plates
  • The original copy of vehicle’s registration certificate
  • The payment, to be made by cash, cheque or postal order (clearable in Monaco or France), made out to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office and Visa or Mastercard bank cards only, in accordance with the current fee schedule

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Submitting the application

You should submit the complete application to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office. You will be sent an appointment for a technical inspection, temporary registration strips, valid for one month, to be affixed to the vehicle and a payment receipt.

The temporary registration certificate and the certificate confirming deregistration from the number plate database will be available within 72 hours at the reception desk of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office on presentation of the payment receipt.

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Making an appointment for a technical visit

The technical inspection is carried out under the same conditions as the regular inspection (see Making an appointment for a technical visit )

On the date of the inspection, you should bring:

  • The original copy of the temporary registration certificate
  • The certificate confirming deregistration from the number plate database
  • The appointment letter
  • Any documents that may be requested regarding the specificities of the vehicles, such as a bodywork certificate, ATP certificate of conformity, certificate mentioning any modifications, etc

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Requesting registration of the vehicle

Once the technical inspection has been passed, you may ask for the vehicle’s registration to be renewed. The request should be sent to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office under the same conditions as an initial registration. The number plate originally allocated to the vehicle may be kept (see How to register your vehicle ).

Last update: 23/10/2019

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