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All vehicles on Spain have to pass a review known as technical inspection of the vehicle (ITV) to ensure their safety. The deadline for passing the ITV varies depending on the age of the vehicle and the cost is about 30 euros. These inspections reviews all the elements of a car, from the engine to the windscreen via the brakes. If your car has not passed the MOT or you city with an expired sticker you could be fined up to 1,500 euros. Before starting any journey by car you must be sure to carry all documents and binding elements. Mandatory roles are driving licence, registration certificate, compulsory insurance and the policy documents, the technical specifications for the vehicle and the ITV (certificate of the last revision and sticker) documents. It is important to make sure that the documents are not expired and that the data are correct.

In addition to the documents will have to carry other accessories like the replacement lamps and tools to change them, a spare wheel and its tools, the emergency triangles and goggles if you use glasses or contact lenses. It is best that you look never involved in an accident, but if this happens you will need to immediately mark the place of the same and communicate it to the relevant authorities. You must also notify the insurance company. In the case of an accident in which only produced material damage, the possibility that drivers fill the amicable Declaration of accident. Now that you know everything you need to circulate in Spain, the next step is to launch you on the road and enjoy driving safely. Original author and source of the article

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