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Updated : 07/05/2015

Car registration documents and formalities – Liechtenstein

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How often  must vehicles undergo roadworthiness tests in Liechtenstein?

The testing frequency depends on the type of vehicle. For passenger cars, the testing frequency is 4 years after first use and every 2 years thereafter.

Must a roadworthiness test be conducted each time a vehicle changes owners?


Do the Liechtenstein authorities require a roadworthiness test when a new resident from another EU/EFTA country registers their car?

Only if a test is required according to the corresponding mandatory testing frequency.

What does a roadworthiness test in Austria typically consist of?

  • vehicle identification;
  • braking equipment;
  • steering;
  • visibility;
  • lighting equipment;
  • electric systems;
  • chassis;
  • axles, wheels, tyres, suspension;
  • other equipment;
  • exhaust emissions.
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