Inspection report

After the PTI inspection of your vehicle, you will receive a PTI inspection report. You will receive this upon approval as well as upon rejection of the vehicle. If the vehicle has been approved, the inspection report will be valid until the expiry date (not including the expiry date). On the expiry date, you may only use the vehicle on the public road to have the PTI inspection performed.

Required repairs, reasons for rejection and advice

On the inspection report, the PTI inspector indicates the required repairs, the reasons for rejection and points of advice. Points of advice are defects that do not currently lead to a rejection, but which will require replacement or repair soon. If the vehicle has been rejected, the reasons for rejection are listed in the report.

Always make sure you receive the inspection report. You will need this if, among other things, you wish to appeal against the result of the inspection. Sometimes you also need it when driving the vehicle abroad.

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