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What is the usefulness of carte grise in France? Certificat d’immatriculation
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Buy fake Carte grise française, The carte grise (CG) is officially called the ‘certificate d’immatriculation’, ants carte grise although both terms are in common use. carte grise en ligne.

The document has several purposes, notably to confirm:

• that the vehicle, at the time of registration, was checked for compliance with French and EU laws governing the use of vehicles on the public highway;

• that it has been officially registered with the appropriate authorities and that a licence number has been allocated via a registration process called ‘immatriculation’;

• the currently registered keeper of the vehicle.
• the technical characteristics of the vehicle.


It does not certify that the vehicle is roadworthy and legally compliant at a given time, for which purpose you need a ‘control technique’.

demande de certificat dimmatriculation, Neither is the CG an incontestable proof of vehicle ownership, even though it gives the vehicle’s owner and their address. Other bodies, notably finance providers, may have a legal claim on the vehicle.

Together with your driving licence and certificate of insurance, it forms part of the mandatory set of documents you must carry with you when you are driving a vehicle in France.

The CG may be requested by the police during the random stops and compliance checks that are quite commonplace in France, although whether or not an offence will be enforced in the event of a transgression will depend on the circumstances and the judgment of the individual gendarme or police officer. prix carte grise.

The document describes the vehicle under different headings including:

• its registration number (A);

• the date it was first registered (B);

• the name and address of the current user/keeper (C1);
• whether holder is also owner of the vehicle (C.4a);
• joint owner of the vehicle if applicable (C.4.1);
• address of current user/keeper (C3);
• make of vehicle (D1);
• type of vehicle (D2);
• identification code of vehicle (D.2.1);
• model of vehicle (D.3);
• engine size (P.1);
• fuel type/energy source (P.3);

• fiscal rating (P.6);

• CO2 Emissions gr/km (V.7);
• MOT due date (X.1).

What can go wrong if a French registration certificate is lost or stolen?

n case of loss or theft of a French registration certificate (gray card), you can no longer drive on the public road with your vehicle or sell it.