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Motor vehicle: forced decommissioning (forced decommissioning)

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

A vehicle can be forcibly shut down if, for.B example, the vehicle tax, insurance contributions have not been paid or the TÜV has expired.

The regulatory authority may arrange for the decommissioning of a vehicle if:

  • insurance contributions have not been paid and thus the insurance cover has expired,
  • the vehicle tax has not been paid,
  • the main inspection (TÜV) has expired,
  • the vehicle is no longer roadworthy or unsafe, or
  • the vehicle has not been rewritten to the new acquirer.

Before ordering the compulsory decommissioning, the vehicle owner usually receives a request under a deadline to pay the missing benefits (tax / insurance contributions) immediately, to immediately make up for the main inspection or vehicle transfer or to eliminate the existing defects. The relevant evidence must be submitted to the regulatory authority.
In the event of non-compliance with this request, the decommissioning of the vehicle is initiated, which means that the vehicle registration plates are unsealed and the registration certificate Part I (formerly vehicle registration document) is confiscated.
In the event of an unsuccessful attempt to unseal the license plates and confiscation of the zulas-sungsbescheinigung Part I, the vehicle is advertised in the central police register for search.
If a vehicle has been decommissioned, no more journeys may be made with the vehicle.


Who should I contact?

To the district or the district-free city (licensing authority).

What are the fees?

There are corresponding fees according to the measures initiated by the regulatory authority.

Legal basis
  • § 25 Abs. 1 Ordinance on the Registration of Vehicles for Road Traffic (Fahr-Zeug-Zulassungsverordnung - FZV),
  • § 14 Motor Vehicle Tax Act (KraftStG).
What else should I know?

In administrative assistance, license plates of external vehicles can also be stamped if the regulatory authority has been asked to do so by another regulatory authority.

A decommissioned vehicle may be re-registered, see vehicle re-registration of a vehicle decommissioned.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Teaser

A vehicle can be forcibly shut down if, for.B example, the vehicle tax, insurance contributions have not been paid or the TÜV has expired.

Who should I contact?

To the district or the district-free city (licensing authority).

What are the fees?

There are corresponding fees according to the measures initiated by the regulatory authority.

Legal basis

  • § 25 Abs. 1 Ordinance on the Registration of Vehicles for Road Traffic (Fahr-Zeug-Zulassungsverordnung - FZV),
  • § 14 Motor Vehicle Tax Act (KraftStG).

What else should I know?

In administrative assistance, license plates of external vehicles can also be stamped if the regulatory authority has been asked to do so by another regulatory authority.

A decommissioned vehicle may be re-registered, see vehicle re-registration of a vehicle decommissioned.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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