It is necessary to register the car within 5 days, unless otherwise indicated on the transit numbers issued upon withdrawal from the traffic police. If the transit numbers have already expired, then it can be extended in the traffic police department. Cars bought new in a car dealership are given without transit numbers. Therefore, do not delay registration in order not to pay fines.
To register a car, contact the traffic police department of the district or city in which you live (registered). You will need to submit the required documents. If you have a new car, then the car dealership will give you a title bar and several photocopies, a sales contract based on a power of attorney from a sales manager, a photocopy of this power of attorney. Take out insurance, and fill in the missing data after registering the car.
If the car is used, then you must have a sales contract with the former owner or a general power of attorney. In this case, you must first remove the car from the register and obtain transit numbers. A car can be deregistered and registered either by the owner of the car according to the TCP, or by his representative acting under a notarized power of attorney.
For the above documents, present your passport and paid state duty receipts. Fill out the issued vehicle application form. With these documents, take the queue for inspection by the inspector. The inspector will look at the body number (and the engine number is not being looked at now). The body number can be located in the hood, in the trunk, next to the passenger seat. Find the number in advance and clean it from dirt.
After the inspector has looked at the number and signed your application, give the documents to the registration department of the vehicle and wait. During this time, your car will be checked against the database of stolen cars, the new owner will be entered in the title and a new registration certificate will be issued. At the specified time, you need to come to the department and get new documents for the car and new numbers.
Screw the numbers on the car immediately. Fill in the missing data in the insurance - vehicle registration number.
For a new car, you can get a technical inspection on the day of registration. To do this, pay the state fee and submit the received registration documents. You will be given a technical inspection ticket without inspecting the car itself. But if you arrive on another day, then even a new car will have to be shown to the inspector to receive a ticket.