The documents required for certification:

According to the applicant (the person on whose name the certificate is issued):

if the applicant is individual:

if the applicant is legal entity:

According to the vehicle:

If it is the new vehicle:

If the vehicle is pre-owned:

For new diesel road vehicles, produced in series:

You need to provide copies of the following documents:

Classification of diesel road vehicles by categories

Category L— motor vehicles

Motorbikes, motorbycicles, mokicks, including:

Category L1— two-wheeled vehicle, the maximum design speed of which is not exceeding 50 km/h and which is characterized by:

Category L2— two-wheeled vehicle, with any position of wheels, the maximum design speed of which is not exceeding 50 km/h and which is characterized by:

Motorcycles, scooters, tricycles, including:

Category L3— two-wheeled vehicle whose working capacity of engine (in the case of internal combustion engine) exceeds 50 cm3 (or) the maximum design speed (in any engine) exceeds 50 km/h.

Category L4— two-wheeled vehicle with wheels, that are asymmetrically arranged in relation to the median longitudinal plane, the working capacity of engine of which (in the case of an internal combustion engine) exceeds 50 cm3 and (or) maximum design speed (in any engine) exceeds 50 km/h.

Category L5— two-wheeled vehicle with the wheels that are symmetrically arranged in relation to the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle, the working capacity of engine of which (in the case of an internal combustion engine) exceeds 50 cm3 and (or) maximum design speed (in any engine) exceeds 50 km/h.

Four-wheeler, including:

Category L6— four-wheeled vehicle, the unload weight of which doesn’t exceed 350 kg excluding the weight of the batteries (if there is an electric vehicle), the maximum design speed doesn’t exceed 50 km/h and which is characterized by:

Category L7— four-wheeled vehicle, other than a vehicle category L6, whose unload weight does not exceed 400 kg (550 kg for vehicles intended for the carriage of goods), excluding the weight of the batteries (if electric vehicle) and the maximum effective power of engine doesn’t exceed 15 kW.

Category M— vehicles with at least four wheels and used for the carriage of passengers

Light vehicles, including:

Category M1— Vehicles used for the carriage of passengers and have not more than eight seats without driver seat.

Buses, trolleys, special passenger vehicles, including:

Category M2— Vehicles used for the carriage of passengers and  have more than eight seats without driver seat, with a maximum weight, that doesn’t exceed 5 tonnes.

Category M3— Vehicles used for the carriage of passengers and have more than eight seats without driver seat, with a maximum weight, that doesn’t exceed 5 tonnes.

Category N— Vehicles used for the carriage of goods – cargo trucks and their chassis, including:

Category N1— Vehicles intended for the carriage of goods, with maximum weight that does not exceed 3,5 tonnes.

Category N2— Vehicles intended for the carriage of goods with maximum weight that exceeds 3,5 tonnes, but does not exceed 12 tonnes.

Category N3— Vehicles intended for the carriage of goods with maximum weight that exceeds 12 tonnes.

Category O — Trailers (semi-trailers) for light vehicles and cargo trucks, motorcycles, scooters and four-wheelers, including:
Category O1 — Trailer with maximum weight not exceeding 0.75 tonnes
Category O2 — Trailers with maximum weight exceeding 0.75 tonnes, but not exceeding 3.5 tonnes
Category O3 — Trailers with maximum weight exceeding 3.5 tonnes, but not exceeding 10 tonnes
Category O4— Trailers with maximum weight of more than 10 tonnes

Notes:

1 If there are semi-trailers and trailers with the centrally located axis (axes), the maximum weight is static vertical load transmitted to the ground by the axle or axles of semi-trailer and trailer with a centrally located axis (axes), which are loaded at maximum and connected with a tractive vehicle.

Road vehicle of high-traction (category G)

The road vehicles of M and N categories can belong to the category of high-traction road vehicles (category G), if they comply with the following requirements:

1. The road vehicles of category N1 with total weight not exceeding 2 tonnes and vehicles of category M1 are considered to be road vehicles of high-traction if they have:

1.1. At least one front and one rear axle, the design of which enables them to have simultaneous drive, including vehicles, which can disengage the drive of one axle;

1.2. There is at least one differential lock device or one similar mechanism;

1.3. The road vehicles (in the case of a single vehicle) can overcome a rise of 25%.

1.4. Comply with least five of the following six requirements:

2 Road vehicles of category N1 with total weight over 2 tonnes or road vehicles of category N2, M2 or M3 with total weight not exceeding 12 tonnes are considered to be road vehicles of high-traction, if they have all wheel drive, including road vehicles, which can disengage the drive of one axle, or if the following requirements are met:

3 The road vehicles of category M3 with the maximum weigh exceeding 12 tonnes, and road vehicles of category N3 are considered to be road vehicles of high-traction, if they have all wheel drive, including road vehicles, which can disengage the drive of one axle, or if the following requirements are met:

3.1. At least half of the axes have a drive;

3.2. There is at least one differential lock device or one similar mechanism;

3.3. The road vehicles (in the case of a single vehicle) can overcome a rise of 25%;

3.4. Comply with least four of the following six requirements:

4 Special and specialized road vehicles, which are produced on the base (chassis) of road vehicles of category G, also belong to the category G.

5The letter G is combined with the letters M or N (for example, N1G) at the designation of categories of road vehicles of high-traction.

Classification of buses

Classification of buses according to the Regulations of United Nations Economic Commission for Europe  No. 36-03 “Unified technical prescriptions concerning the official approval of passenger vehicles of large capacity in regard to their general construction”.

These Regulations apply to single-deck road vehicles with rigid wheel base or joint vehicles designed and constructed for the transport of people, with a capacity of more than 22 standing or seated passengers without the driver seat and has a total width of more than 2,30 meters. At the request of the producer, this Regulation can be extended to vehicles that have the total width of 2.30 m or less, if such vehicles comply with the provisions of these Regulations.

class I — road vehicles, the design of which provides space for standing passengers in order to ensure the unobstructed movement of passengers;

class II — road vehicles that are constructed primarily for the carriage of seated passengers and the design of  which allows the carriage of standing passengers in the aisle and / or space for standing passengers, which does not exceed the space provided for two double seats;

class III — road vehicles that are built exclusively for the carriage of seated passengers.

Classification of buses according to the Regulations of United Nations Economic Commission for Europe No. 52-01 “Unified technical prescriptions concerning official approval for small capacity vehicles of categories M2 and M3 in regard to their general construction”.

These Regulations apply to single-deck road vehicles of categories M2 and M3 with rigid wheel base, designed and built for the transport of people, with a capacity of not more than 22 seating or standing passenger seats, excluding the driver.

class A — road vehicles intended for the carriage of standing passengers; road vehicles of this class are equipped with seats and have room for standing passengers;

class B — road vehicles are not designed to carry standing passengers; road vehicles of this class have no room for standing passengers.