Updated : 01/03/2017
If you buy a new car in Sweden, you must have it checked again for roadworthiness within 3 years from the date of its initial roadworthiness check and registration. The next roadworthiness test for a new car must take place within 2 years, thus when the car is 5 years old.
If you have a car 5 years or older in Sweden, you must have it periodically tested for roadworthiness once every year from the date of the last roadworthiness check.
A roadworthiness test doesn't have to be conducted when a vehicle changes owner.
If you register your car as a new resident in Sweden, moving from another EU country, a roadworthiness test is not required.
Contact body for roadworthiness tests: assessors are accredited by the Swedish Board for Accreditation and Conformity Assessment.
To ensure your vehicle and its equipment function correctly and comply with safety standards, it must undergo regular roadworthiness tests, which generally comprise the following checks:
- initial registration
You can register your vehicle at the Swedish Transport Agency.
To register an imported vehicle (new or used), you must submit the following documents:
You can renew the registration of your car at the Swedish Transport Agency where you will be required to present the expiring registration document.