All the details on the registration card
The registration card complies with all the applicable European legislation. Not only does it contain all the details prescribed by the European directive, it also has room for details that the Netherlands wants to appear on the registration certificate.
*If there is a dash in a field on your registration card, it means that the RDW does not know what the data for that field is.
|B||Date of first authorisation||Mandatory||Front|
|C1.1||Name of holder||Mandatory||Front|
|C1.3||Address of the holder||Mandatory||Front|
|C.4.c||Type of ownership||Mandatory||Front|
|D2||Type, variant and version||Mandatory||Back|
|E||VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)||Mandatory||Back|
|F1||Maximum technically permissible mass (not for motorcycles)||Mandatory||Back|
|F2||Permissible maximum mass of the vehicle||Optional||Back|
|G||Mass in running order||Mandatory||Back|
|I||Date of registration number allocation||Mandatory||Front|
|0.1||Maximum mass of trailer (braked)||Optional||Back|
|0.2||Maximum mass of trailer (unbraked)||Optional||Back|
|Date of first registration in the Netherlands*||Front|
Explanatory notes to the above table
Code: code that appears on the registration certificate in credit card format, as prescribed in the European directive. Status of mandatory/optional: the European directive prescribes whether an attribute must be mentioned on the registration certificate or whether the Member States can choose whether it is to be mentioned.
* The Netherlands has chosen to add two attributes to those prescribed by the European directive: the report code and the date of first registration in the Netherlands.