Essential Guide to Vehicle Technical Inspections in Hungary

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What is it?

A vehicle technical inspection is a mandated regular inspection to ensure that your vehicle meets the safety standards. It must be undergone by all registered vehicles to check their roadworthiness.

Who needs it?

Anyone who owns a vehicle registered in Hungary.


  1. Gather all required documents: Registration certificate, previous inspection report, and insurance papers.
  2. Go online to the official vehicle inspection website.
  3. Create an account if you don’t have one already.
  4. Fill in all the requested information about your vehicle. This may include your vehicle’s type, brand, KBA number (can be found on the registration document), first registration date, VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), and mileage.
  5. Choose the desired inspection center. You can usually see the available appointment slots and pick the one that suits you best.
  6. Pay the fees online through a secure payment gateway.
  7. Confirm your booking. You should receive an email or SMS confirmation.
  8. On the day of the appointment, bring your vehicle along with all the required documents to the chosen inspection center.

Required Documents

  • Vehicle Registration Certificate: Should be with the vehicle at all times.
  • Previous Inspection Report.
  • Insurance Papers.

(Note: The documents needed may vary depending on the circumstances. Always confirm from official sources.)

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • It’s okay to ask for the VIN from a dealership before heading to the inspection.
  • You can get insurance from various providers, compare costs online to get the best deal.
  • Make sure to maintain your vehicle regularly to prevent failing the inspection.

Disclaimer: This information is based on common procedures and may not be applicable in all situations. Please check local laws and regulations or speak to a qualified professional if you require legal advice.


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