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§ 4 FZV (prerequisite for the commissioning of registration-free vehicles)

The operating permit for registration-free vehicles

In Section 3 of the Vehicle Registration Ordinance (FZV), the legislature specifies exactly which vehicles are required to be registered and which are exempt from the obligation. However, even vehicles that do not require registration are not generally banned from public road traffic. Section 4 of the FZV specifies the conditions that must be met so that licensed vehicles can also be put into operation. In the following catalog of fines, you can find all the facts of § 4 FZV

Table of fines for § 4 FZV:

Offense numberOffensePenalty (€)Points
804600Drive a vehicle that is not subject to registration and without the necessary EC type approval or individual approval701
804606The vehicle exempted from the registration procedure was driven on a public road without a prescribed license plate40
804612Drive a vehicle without a valid insurance license plate on a public road40
804100Drive the vehicle without carrying the required certificate10
804106You do not hand over the required certificate of the vehicle at the request of a responsible person10
804500Order or permit the vehicle exempted from the registration process to be driven on public roads in spite of the missing license plate40
804506Order or permit the vehicle exempted from the registration process to be driven on public roads despite the lack of an insurance license plate40
804512Order or permit the driving of a vehicle that does not require registration on a public road without the required type approval70
804518Order or permit the driving of a vehicle that does not require a registration on a public road without the required individual permit70

Even a license-free trailer can be put into operation under certain conditions.

This guide doesn't just explain in detail the conditions for the operation of registration-free vehicles but also points out the fines that threaten if the provisions of § 4 FZV are disregarded.

Do you want to use a self-propelled work machine without approval? Should a car trailer be put into operation without a permit? In such cases, you should be familiar with Section 4 of the Vehicle Registration Ordinance.

What does admission-free actually mean? The owners of certain motor vehicles are according to the vehicle registration regulation exempt from dutyto have a registration certificate for your vehicle. For example, there are some trailers that do not require admission. § 4 FZV therefore regulates as well as means of transport that are exempt from approval can be used.

The law accordingly stipulates that all vehicles exempt from registration, which are explicitly listed in § 3 FZV, and all "agricultural or forestry equipment with a permissible total weight of more than 3 t" may only then be used on public roadsif you are for it approved type belong or a special individual permit is present.

Section 4 (2) sentence 1 FZV also states that The following vehicle types may only be used on public roadsif they have a vehicle registration number, as required in § 8 FZV:

  • self-propelled machines, forklifts and single-axle tractors (if these are used exclusively for agricultural or forestry services), provided that their maximum speed does not exceed 20 km / h
  • Light motorcycles
  • Working machines and special trailers for the transport of sports equipment, animals for sporting purposes or also ambulances of the rescue service or disaster control (The trailers may only be used for the respective type of transport and, as prescribed in Section 58 of the Road Traffic Licensing Regulations, must be marked for a maximum speed of no more than 25 km / h)

Who for example Approval-free trailers in agriculture and nowhere else want to use, should know § 4 paragraph 2 sentence 1 FZV well.

The operating permit for agricultural trailers that are not subject to approval is only issued if they are not used for any other purpose.

Section 4 (3) sentence 1 of the FZV stipulates that two- or three-wheeled mopeds, motorized wheelchairs and four-wheeled light vehicles may only appear in public transport if they have a valid insurance number according to § 26 FZV.

Is the case that too no compulsory insurance is present, a license plate according to § 8 FZV must have been issued before starting the journey.

In case of self-propelled machines, forklifts and single-axle tractorsthat are used for agricultural or forestry purposes and whose maximum speed does not exceed 20 km / h, continues to apply that the owner of his First name, surname and place of residence or company name permanently legible on the left-hand side of the vehicle must attach.

Motorized wheelchairs must also have an identification board for public use according to ECE regulation number 69 marked on the back of the vehicle.

In addition, § 4 FZV states that a trailer or other vehicle that does not require registration and that is on public roads for which the owner has not been issued a Part I registration certificateto carry a “certificate of conformity, the data confirmation or the certificate of individual approval” and to be shown to the responsible persons on request is.

Paragraph 4 of the FZV stipulates that a keeper may neither order nor carry out commissioning of a vehicle if:

  • the vehicle not one according to § 4 FZV paragraph 1 Approved types, no individual approval is available or
  • no license plate according to § 4 FZV paragraph 2 sentence 1, paragraph 3 sentence 2 or no insurance number according to paragraph 3 sentence 1 to be led.
Notice: The ordinance of § 4 FZV stipulates exactly which vehicles do not have to be registered an operating permit is issued. The allocation of this permit remains in effect, as long as the regulations are not violated.
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§ 4 FZV (prerequisite for the commissioning of registration-free vehicles)
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