From 3 October 2022, you first need to log in to make an online inspection appointment
Read moreFrom 3 October it is no longer possible to make an online inspection appointment anonymously. This applies to both private persons and companies. This means that you must first log in before you can make an appointment online. You log in using DigiD. Companies log in with eHerkenning or RDW cer …
Inspection after scooter to moped conversion: Wait until next year
Read moreFrom 1 January 2023, all scooter riders and their passengers are required to wear a helmet. We expect that because of this measure, large numbers of scooter riders will want to have their vehicle converted to a moped. This requires a conversion inspection. If you are planning to convert your sc …
Developments that set our agenda in 2023
Read moreToday is Prinsjesdag, the day that the government presents the new plans to the Netherlands. The RDW is also looking ahead on this day. In the publication Developments 2023, we outline the national and international developments in mobility that will determine our agenda for the coming period. …
Online import process entirely through VIA service
Read moreFrom 12 September 2022, the forms for the online application for a vehicle registration number for imported vehicles will be discontinued. From that day on, companies with Stock in Trade recognition will also be able to request a vehicle registration number online with our Expedited Individual …
Driving with a Ukrainian driving licence in the Netherlands
Read moreDo you have a Ukrainian driving licence and do you want to know what the latest developments are? You can find more information about the use of driving licences from Ukraine on the website of the Dutch government.
RDW makes vehicle report available online
Read moreFrom 1 August 2022, approval holders can link the RDW vehicle report to online advertisements on used car websites. This allows potential buyers of a used car or motorcycle to check the registered data of the vehicle, such as the odometer readings.
From 1 July 2022, agricultural vehicles need to have a registration certificate
Read moreFrom 1 July, (agricultural) tractors, mobile machines, motor vehicles with limited speed (MMBS) and towed equipment are only allowed on the road with a registration certificate. These are vehicles with a maximum construction speed of more than 25 km/h. These vehicles must be registered with us. …