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Contrôle Technique

Posted by drumshade - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Reveuse-918439 - 3 years ago

Nope, not even that often, Fitter - I let the guy at the CT station do it for me :) :) :) 

Only joking. I hardly ever use the car, it had been in the garage for months and they must have gone down while it was stood. I only had to drive it round the corner to be tested so I never thought. I do check them if I'm going further than the next street.

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Posted by rance-781573 - 3 years ago

Reveuse, you can also give the chap, sausage and mash!

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Posted by Fitter - 3 years ago

"Make sure you blow your tyres up to the right pressure first, they check them. I got told off for that last time."

So do you only blow your tyres up to the correct pressue every two years, when it's CT time?

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Posted by drumshade - 3 years ago

thanks for that yes french reg

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Posted by Reveuse-918439 - 3 years ago

Assuming you're on French plates, just your car and the carte grise as I recall. Oh and your cheque book or bank card of course ;)

Make sure you blow your tyres up to the right pressure first, they check them. I got told off for that last time.

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Posted by suziepops - 3 years ago

Is the vehicle a UK registered car and depending on the age, you will need a certificate of conformity.