Roadworthiness test for two-wheel vehicles is compulsory and must be carried out every 4 years from the date of initial registration of the vehicle (initial test) and then every 2 years from the date of the previous roadworthiness test (periodic test).
The technical inspection of tricycles and quadricycles/quads (L4e, L5, and L7e) will begin according to the Regional/Peripheral authorities invitation program that the vehicles belong to. From that point on the inspection of the vehicle will take place every 2 years.
In case the corresponding Regional/Peripheral Unit to which the tricycles and quadricycles/quads belong to have yet to post an invitation program, the respective vehicles are not obligated to undergo a Technical Inspection.
Driver training two-wheel vehicles are checked every year from the date of initial registration (initial test) and then every year from the date of the previous roadworthiness test (periodic test).
* Motorcycles (up to 50 cc) are not required to pass a roadworthiness test.
Fines for late vehicle testing are set in accordance with Ministerial Decision No. 8913/1089 O.G. 501Β 05.03.2013.