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Term of transition to electronic auto passports in Belarus postponed again

The Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission decided to postpone the transition to the electronic vehicle passports system until March 31, 2021. The assistant to the Chairman of the EEC Board Iya Malkina wrote about this on her Facebook page, reports BELTA.

Iya Malkina clarified that this decision concerns three countries of the Eurasian Economic Union: Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. “Russia has practically moved to the new system,” she recalled. - From November 2, vehicles manufactured or put into circulation in the EAEU states will be registered in Russia only if electronic vehicles are available. ''

`` Electronic PTS is a complex document, it contains all the technical information about the vehicle, '' added the assistant to the chairman of the EEC Board.

From the Auto business. The introduction of electronic vehicles has been postponed more than once, this is a long history. At the end of 2014, information appeared in the media that a single TCP standard would operate on the territory of the Customs Union, including in electronic form. It was assumed that the electronic PTS will protect citizens from dark schemes when buying or selling a car (stolen, pledged cars), and in the future, the project will make the registration and accounting of the car completely digital. That is, the history of the car will be transparent, since the information about the car will be stored in a secure database. On July 1, 2018, the electronic standard was supposed to come into force, but the date was postponed again. A new date has been set - November 1, 2019. And now it's new again - March 31, 2021.

JSC TsNIITU has been designated as the national operator of the electronic passport systems of the vehicle in Belarus, and Beltekhosmotr is the authorized organization for the registration of electronic vehicles registered in the Republic of Belarus. Beltamozhservice will issue a passport for vehicles brought from abroad.

Source: abw.by

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