Mandatory roadworthiness test (“EU test”)
As the owner of the car it is your responsibility to see to it that your vehicle is tested for roadworthiness (the periodic roadworthiness test that is mandatory in the EU/EEA) at regular intervals and approved within the deadline.
Find out when your vehicle is due for a mandatory roadworthiness test
Enter your registration number and check the deadline is for when your vehicle must have passed the test (only available in Norwegian).
When can you take the test?
It is up to you how early you wish to take the mandatory roadworthiness test, as long as your vehicle passes the test before the deadline.
Passed the test?
It is important that you check the inspection sheet even if your vehicle passed the mandatory roadworthiness test.
Failed the test?
If your vehicle did not pass the mandatory roadworthiness test, the defects must be fixed and then reinspected and approved within the deadline.
Forgot the test?
If your vehicle has not been tested and approved within the deadline, you are driving it illegally.
Extended test deadline
As a main rule, you can only be granted an extension of the deadline for the mandatory roadworthiness test (“EU test”) in cases of serious illness.
Find an approved garage
Find a garage / supervisory body near you, where you can book a session for the mandatory roadworthiness test (“EU test”).
What does the test contain?
The mandatory roadworthiness test consists of two parts, one is concerned with traffic safety and the other one the environment.