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COC Fiat

What is the Fiat COC? (Fiat certificate of conformity)

Issued by the approval department COC EUROPE , the COC Fiat  is a mandatory original document, for request the registration certificate of an imported Fiat car. The French registration document for the Fiat vehicle foreign purchased of one pays of the'European Union requires the presence of the Fiat COC.

Fiat COC

The COC Fiat or Fiat certificate of conformity is an official Fiat homologation document that identifies the technical characteristics of the Fiat car via 52 homologation checkpoints such as the total mass of the vehicle, the engine capacity in KW, the Co2 rate, the color, the CNIT, variant, version, etc.

Colloquially known as Fiat COC (Fiat Certificate Of Conformity) or Fiat European certificate of conformity, is a mandatory document certifying the conformity of the Fiat vehicle to the French standards in force.

The Fiat France approval service has the obligation to prove that the various components of the vehicle (brake, gas exhaust, lights), braking, pollution, lighting comply with safety requirements. This process is called theserial certification.

Thus, for a Fiat car model to be authorized to be registered in France, Fiat provides proof of its approval by issuing the Fiat certificate of conformity.

The COC Fiat is assigned only to a Fiat vehicle represented by the 17-character chassis number (VIN) and has no expiry date. Each homologated Fiat has its own document of conformity.

The COC Fiat is only possible for Fiats registered from 1996 with European type approval number. For other Fiats, the homologation department issues an identification certificate issued by the manufacturer. In addition, for other non-European Fiat vehicles, the only document available will be a certificate of partial conformity or non-conformity allowing the Dreal approval process to be continued in the context of isolated approval (RTI) .


How to obtain the Fiat COC certificate of conformity?

The Fiat dealer can provide you with the original European certificate of conformity or COC with the new vehicle. If the vehicle is used, the COC is not provided.

However, you can order the duplicate of the Fiat certificate of conformity from the Coc Europe approval service.


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Price of the Fiat certificate of conformity?


By going through COC Europe, you can obtain the Fiat COC for 300 € including tax and the Coc is delivered within 5 days. The national certificate of conformity for Fiat cars (van or before 1996) costs 444 € including tax and sent in 20 days.

How to register a car from Germany?

The acquisition of a German Fiat car does not require a few additional documents to a French acquisition. In order to obtain the French gray card for a car imported from Germany, you will need to bring 2 additional documents, the Fiat certificate of conformity and the fiscal break .

There gray card application is done on site ANTS (National Agency for Secure Documents). They will claim you in addition to the certificate of conformity of the manufacturer of European conformity and tax clearance, to bring other supporting documents, such as the technical inspection report dating from less than 6 months, the foreign registration document, the driving licence, proof of address, etc.

So the registration of a German or European car does not present any major difficulty. However, if you do not have time to manage the administrative side, you can appoint a service provider to take care of the registration of your car.

It is quite possible to register a vehicle from a member country of the European Union, but if you do not have time to carry out all the administrative procedures, you can mandate us and we will carry them out for you. .



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