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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Vehicle Registration Documents Since 01/10/2005

The implementation of EU guideline 1999/37/EG "Vehicle registration documents" in national legislation and legal data protection requirements have made the introduction of new, fraud resistant registration documents necessary.
Since 01/10/2005, the new documents are issued by the authorities in the case of new registrations, change of owner, entry of technical changes and all other changes.
The new registration documents consist of:
the registration certificate part I, which replaces the vehicle registration and
the registration certificate part II that supersedes the vehicle title.
Registration Certificate Part I (Vehicle Registration)
contains all technical vehicle data that must be present to register a vehicle in Europe but only a standard approved wheel/tire combination is specified
has the EU-wide alphanumeric codes allocated to the technical data so that the German registration document can be converted without problems in the foreign countries of the EU into the registration document required there
contains a field to document the temporary or final decommissioning of the vehicle and is no longer drawn in the case of a temporary or final decommissioning.
Registration Certificate Part II (Vehicle Title)
contains information that the bearer of the registration certificate is not declared the owner
only contains the current and, if available, last vehicle owner, the actual number of previous owners is indicated numerically
only contains a small portion of the technical vehicle data
does not document temporary vehicle decommissioning In the future, the vehicle and body type listed under digit 1 in the old vehicle documentation will no longer exist. It is replaced in the new documents with EU-standardized vehicle classes with body type
The introduction of the new registration documents results in hardly any changes for the driver.
As with the old vehicle registration the registration certificate part I (vehicle registration) should be kept in the vehicle and presented to responsible persons upon request.
It is Not Necessary to Install the Wheel/Tire Combination Specified in the Registration Certification Part I (Vehicle Registration). All Combinations Approved According to the Vehicle General Type Approval or EU type Approval Maybe be Used. Refer to → Chapter „Certificate of Conformity“.
The permissibility of a wheel/tire combination that deviates from the vehicle general type approval or EU type approval must be verified with an entry in the registration certificate part I (vehicle registration), an installation certificate due to a parts certificate or a general type approval for the wheel/tire combination.
   
Technical Requirements
The wheel and tire combinations or retrofittings listed in the individual vehicle tables refer exclusively to original disc wheels. Relea ...

Certificate of Conformity
The vehicle manufacturer must request an EU type approval for all passenger vehicles (vehicle class M1). A certificate of conformity is produced base ...

Other materials:

Securing mounts, roof bars or load carrying system
Fig. 90 Securing points for mounts or roof bars (both sides) A: for 2-door vehicles without roof railing. B: for 4-door vehicles without roof railing. C: for vehicles with roof railing First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Mounts or roof bars serve as the b ...

Wheel bolt caps
Fig. 165 Removing the wheel bolt caps First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Take the wire hook from the vehicle toolkit . Insert the hook through the opening in the cap and pull off in the direction of the arrow. The caps protect the wheel b ...

SAFELOCK mechanism
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Depending on the vehicle equipment level, the vehicle may have a SAFELOCK mechanism and an anti-theft alarm . Function Action Locking the vehicle and activating the SAFELOCK mechanis ...

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