Updated : 27/01/2016
* Information not yet provided by national authorities
If you buy a new passenger car in Estonia, you must have it checked for roadworthiness 4 years from the date of its initial registration and after that every 2 years.
If you have a used car of 10 years or older in Estonia, you must have it tested for roadworthiness every 12 months after the date of the last roadworthiness check.
A roadworthiness test doesn't have to be conducted each time a vehicle changes owner.
If you register your car as a new resident in Estonia, moving from another EU country, you don't have to take the roadworthiness test if the car has a valid EU roadworthiness test.
For more information on roadworthiness tests in Estonia contact the Estonian Road Administration.
To ensure your vehicle and its equipment function correctly and comply with safety standards, it must undergo the regular roadworthiness tests, which generally comprise the following checks:
- initial registration
You can register your vehicle in the closest to where you live bureau of the Estonian Road Administration.
To register an imported vehicle (new or used), you must submit the following documents:
To renew the registration of your car, you can do it at the Estonian Road Administration and you must submit the following documents: