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ok converted these to supply on my website (in English) to help others

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my French isn't perfect so if any mistakes PLEASE do tell me so i can rectify the sheet to match

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if you can think of other sheets you'd like to see converted to be viewed in english please let me know and i'll fire into them :)

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Nice idea to provide a translation of this common form.

Page one is OK, but page two does have some funnies..... :wink:

In any event, for type approved vehicles, the prefecture will only need the CNIT or e* number off the certificate of conformity. Nowadays, they just input this and the computer automatically searches the central vehicle approvals database and pulls the data down to print out the carte grise so there's no need to fill in the boxes on the form.

Technology overtakes paper...

For non-approved vehicles (no CNIT or e* number) which have gone through a single vehicle approval inspection, the DRIRE proces-verbal will actually list the field numbers and the data which just needs to be copied onto the registration application form

For interest, here is the translation of the fields on page two:

D.1 Marque Make
D.2 Type variante Manufacturer’s Model Code
D.2.1 CNIT (code nationale d’identification du type) National Type Approval code
D.3 Dénomination commerciale (*) Model name
E Numéro d’identification VIN number
F.1 Masse en charge maximale techniquement admissible Gross vehicle weight
F.2 Masse en charge maximale admissible Gross vehicle weight (same value as F.2)
F.3 Masse en charge maximale de l’ensemble Gross train weight
G Masse en service Unladen weight + 75kg for the driver
G1 Poids à vide nationale Unladen weight (without driver)
J Catégorie CE EU vehicle category code
J.1 Genre Nationale National type code (eg VP = private car, Ctte = van, etc)
J.2 Carrosserie CE EU body code
J.3 Carrosserie nationale Body type CI = saloon
K N° de réception par type EU e* type approval number
P.1 Cylindrée Cubic capacity
P.2 Puissance nette maximale (en kW) Maximum power rating
P.3 Carburant - source d’énergie Fuel type
P.6 Puissance administrative nationale CV rating
Q Rapport puissance/masse (en kW/kg) Power/weight ratio (normally left blank)
S.1 Nombre de places assises Number of seats
S.2 Nombre de places debout Number of standing places (for buses only)
U.1 Niveau sonore à l’arrêt [en dB(A)] Noise level at rest
U.2 Vitesse du moteur (en min-1) Noise level engine speed
V.7 CO2 (en g/km) CO2 level
V.9 Class environmentale de reception CE ???
Z Mentions spécifiques Remarks

Hope this helps

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12 Jan 2009, 14:59
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it does thank you will amend the form to match :)

the aim to to have a collection of forms on site for classic car owners but can apply for the average person too...

i thought it was a good idea :oops:

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Very grateful wish it had been available when I regsitered mine


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VWPowered wrote:
i thought it was a good idea :oops:


It is a very good idea. PM me if you need any more assistance.

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thank you squire =D>

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Always glad to help a VW nut....

I used to rally a Beetle and we went on our honeymoon in a Polo.

We stayed at my wife's auntie's house in Aylesbury. She woke us up the morning after our arrival to say our car had been stolen. Turns out there had been a Jag parked on the street the previous evening and she thought it was mine..... :shock:

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must think your loaded then :lol: i think the general appearance of me most people assume the banger outside is mine so why disappoint... :P

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I've tried opening your document but unable to do so for some reason. Is there anywhere else I can find this?
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ohhh i forgot about this, i'll try find the document :)

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now found and re-added :D

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F.1 Masse en charge maximale techniquement admissible Gross vehicle weight
F.2 Masse en charge maximale admissible Gross vehicle weight (same value as F.2)


Does F1 refer to the technically possible weight i.e. the design weight, whereas F2 refers to the actual plated weight? This would cover a commercial vehicle downrated for some reason otherwise why have two, apparently, identical weights?


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This form has been superceded:

Editable version here

https://www.formulaires.modernisation.gouv.fr/gf/cerfa_13750_01.do

Plain vanilla version here

http://www.ants.interieur.gouv.fr/IMG/pdf/02_demande_CI-VO_13750.pdf

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awesome thank you for updating us :)

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Great, thanks...

The last time we bought a vehicle it took me ages to fill in the form at the prefecture...


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