• 928 948 066 / 928 949 434
  • 2019: Mon-Fri: 8:30-18:30 | S: 8:30-13:00
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FAQ

ITV Matorral is located in Polígono Industrial El Matorral in Fuerteventura. Below you can see a map with our location.

The opening hours are:

– Monday to Friday: from 08:30 to 13:30 and from 16:00 to 18:00.

– Saturdays: from 08:30 to 13:30

– Sundays: closed

You can do it by:

Booking an online appointment at: www.itvmatorral.com

By Phone: calling  +34 928 948 066 or +34 928 949 434

By Fax: 928 949 142. We will need information of you vehicle plate, expiration date of the last ITV and a phone number in case we need to get in touch with you.

– By email: administracion@itvmatorral.com . We will need information of you vehicle plate, expiration date of the vehicle ITV and a phone number in case we need to get in touch with you.

It’s not neccesary to book in appointment in advance but it’s recommended. People with booked Appointments will have priority.

· Periodic inspections

· Wrecked vehicles inspections (from accidents).

· Voluntary inspections

· School transportation inspections,.

· Pre-registration inspections

· ITV card duplicates.

· Vehicle inspections – according to the RD 750/2010 – Used, imported or residency change.

· Change of plate of spanish vehicles.

· Change of residency or service.

· Legalization of vehicle alterations – According to RD 866/201.

· Inspections of vehicles destined to the transportation of dangerous and perishable goods.

· Taximeters verification.

· Legalization of vehicle alterations (tuning).

· Duplicate of the Vehicle Technical File.

· Change of service.

· Pre-registration inspections, inspections of vehicles from countries outside Spain, auctions, diplomatic corps or residency change.

· Weighing.

· Initial authorization for school transportation.

First, because between the 12 and 20% of the road accidents are due to mechanic problems of vehicles.

Periodic inspections: A part from the exeptions written in the norm, all the vehicles registered in Spain must go through a periodic inspection with the frequency stated in the official regulation and depending on the type and use of the vehicle.

REAL DECRETO 2822/1988 (GENERAL VEHICLE REGLAMENTATION). The 10th article states, Technical inspection of vehicles:

1. The registered vehicles must go through a technical inspection of vehicles at a inspection station authorized by the ministry of industry with the frequency, requirements and exceptions stated in the official regulations written in annex 1. The technical inspection, once checked the identification of the vehicle, will be about the conditions of the vehicle, road safety, environment protection, official registration, vehicle alterations and the validity of the certificates of transportation of dangerous and perishble goods.

In the case of an periodic inspection, you will have to bring:

· The original vehicle registration documents (Log book).
· The original ITV card (or equivalent)
· Sometimes you will also be asked for the vehicle insurance payment, so it’s highly recommended you also bring it to the inspection.

In other cases where the inspection is not periodic – duplicates, alterations, importations, etc- please get in contact with us:

· By phone: 928 948 066

· By fax: al 928 949 142 and explaining what services do you need from our station.

· By email: administracion@itvmatorral.com and explaining what services do you need from our station.

As stated in the RD 711/2006 the frequency of the inspections according to the type and year of your vehicle can be seen in our frequency section.

SEE FREQUENCY

As stated in the itv stations proceeding manual published by the Ministry, the periodic inspection will check:

  1. Interior condition: seats and seatbelts will be checked according to the official homologation, fastening and overall state.
  2. Exterior condition: the exterior will be checked for corrosion or/and rusting, the proper functioning of windshields and the mechanisms of doors and mirrors.
  3. Engine and transmission: the state of: engine, battery, fuel tank, exhaust system, transmission and oil and fuel leaks.
  4. Identification of the vehicle: brand, model, vehicle identification number and plate must match with the original documents presented.
  5. Tires, Axles and suspension systems: state of axles and tires will be checked. We will also verify if the model of the tires are authorized according to official homologation.
  6. Steering system: possible excess of space in the steering wheel, Steering shaft, Steering column assembly, Steering box, etc. will be checked.
  7. Brakes: using a “brake-taster” machine we will test the efficiency, unbalance and that the brakes work above the minimum required.
  8. Emissions: we’ll check the level of emissions and that they stay below the requirements according to the manufacturing date of the vehicle and the type of fuel it uses.
  9. Lighting: lighting and signaling mechanisms must be authorized according to official homologation, with the authorized number of lights and all of them working properly.
  10. Others: we’ll check if there are recent alterations and if they are properly authorized according to the official homologation.

In case of a positive inspection you will get:

· Inspection file.

· ITV Card, with the expiration date of the next inspection.

· A inspection sticker that must visible in the top right of your vehicle’s window. Not having the sticker could result in a fine.

The ITV will give you a period of 2 months to repair the vehicle. You can only travel with your car to the repair shop and back to the inspection station.

Yes. The vehicle could only be used to go to the repair shop and back to the ITV.

In order to pass the inspection in a different station you need authorization to the ministry of Industry stating the motive of the change of station and they will approve the change of station or deny it.

Remember that although the validation sticker shows an entire month as the deadline for the next inspection, you will need to check the expiration date in the ITV Card of your vehicle.

In these documents will appear the exact expiration date and you have to take it into account before passing the ITV.

There is no additional period of time after the expiration date and you will take the risk of being fined by a traffic officer.

The ITV must always have a valid date. There is no additional period of time after the expiration date and you will take the risk of being fined by a traffic officer.

No, the price is always the same. The ITV will not penalize you for having the ITV expired, but you will take the risk of being fined by a traffic officer.

The date of the first registrarion taht appears in the registration documents (log book).

Yes. You can transfer or change the owner of the vehicle even if your ITV is expired.