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compulsory from 2023 for all!

The government has extended roadworthiness testing to all registered vehicles: unlicensed, scooters, motorcycles, etc.

It’s now official, technical control is for everyone! Those who could previously escape it, namely the motorized two-wheelers and unlicensed cars, will no longer cut it. And this from 2023.

Decree n ° 2021-1062, adopted on August 9, details the “establishment of a technical control of two or three-wheel motor vehicles and motor quadricycles”. And this obligation goes quite far, since it even encompasses category L1e, which includes scooter 50cc… And even registered scooters! Clearly, from now on, any registered vehicle will have to go through a technical control.

Periodicity modeled on the car technical inspection

In practice, the frequency of this check is the same as for the MOT of cars. As we approach four years after the date of first registration, you will have six months to pass the test, which must be renewed every 2 years thereafter.

However, you still have a little time to get started. Pass it January 1, 2023, you will have 6 months to get in good standing, almost 2 years from today. And, as with cars, a gray card collection will allow you to space the technical control of 5 years.

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