Updated : 01/03/2017
* Information not yet provided by national authorities
If you buy a new car in Lithuania, you must have it checked again for roadworthiness 3 years from the date of its initial roadworthiness check and registration.
Used cars that are at least 6 months old in Lithuania must have be tested for roadworthiness 2 years after the date of the last roadworthiness check.
A roadworthiness test does not have to be carried out each time a vehicle changes owner.
If you move from another EU country and register your car as a new resident in Lithuania, your car must pass the roadworthiness test.
To ensure that vehicles and their equipment function correctly and comply with safety standards, they must undergo regular roadworthiness testing. This covers the following checks:
You can register your vehicle at the Lithuanian State Enterprise Regitra.
To register a new or used imported vehicle you must submit certain documents. For a new vehicle, you will need:
For a used vehicle you will need:
You can renew the registration of your car through the Lithuanian State Enterprise Regitra and you must submit the following documents: