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  1. (Final) report Topic Group V Smartcard Vehicle Registration Certificate (SRC) Mr. W.E. Rijnberg Warsaw, 12-13 May 2011

  2. Agenda • Background • Action plan • Results of Questionnaire • Results of workshops • Harmonisation Directive 1999/37/EG • Description of current cases • Conclusions Topic Group V • Recommendations • Work to do

  3. Background • 2007 Internal study RDW • 2007 RDW developed prototype of the smartcard • 2007 Presentation at EReg conference Amsterdam • - Handed out sample of the prototype • - Great interest for this subject • 2008 RDW internal study completed • 2008 Start Topic Group V after EReg conference Malta • Mandate: • Establish whether a harmonised SRC can be introduced in the future at European level. • The results of the RDW study can be used as input for this study. • The Topic Group will produce concrete proposals and recommendations and present them at the EReg conference. • Topic Group V workshop participants: NL, UK, LU, SK, PL, (A) • Chairman: W.E. Rijnberg

  4. Action plan • RDW study 2008 completed • Topic Group V Action plan 2008 approved • A data questionnaire for all EReg members on the current state of affairs regarding this subject in their country • Organisation of two workshops in 2008 (Slovakia) and 2009 (Poland) with the participating members of the Topic Group • 2010: Other priorities, work out plans in different countries • Cases: • Austria • Slovakia • Netherlands (2013) • Presentation results EReg meeting in Warsaw • Finishing final report with conclusions and recommendations

  5. Questionnaire (2009) • Information obtained from EReg members about vehicle registration certificate on the following subjects: • Usage • Production • Fraud • Initiatives • Mean reasons for implementing SRC • Value Added Service (VAS) • Priority • High response: 15 EReg members

  6. Results of Questionnaire (1/2) • Usage • Mostly transfers, obligation to present and mandatory enforcement • Production • Central and decentral distribution on equal footing • Many sent by post or at decentral locations • Fraud • 50% familiar with fraud, not much explanation of the type of fraud • Clone vehicles • Reregistration issues (Topic Group II)

  7. Results of Questionnaire (2/2) • Initiatives (2009) • Slovakia has initiated a study • Austria ready to introduce card; legislation not yet ready • Mean reasons for implementing SRC • Enhancing security and countering fraud • Technology more advanced • Growing demand for more information • Key to register, register is leading • Social requirement for the replacement of paper (E-government) • Costs are acceptable • Less chances for loss and theft • Value added services • Vehicle details, insurance, CO2, periodic motor vehicle inspection, owner photograph, service history

  8. Results of workshops • Sharing results questionnaire • Study harmonisation directive more in detail • Presentation implementation plans in Austria, Slovakia and • Netherlands • Value Addes Services (VAS): • Mileage record • Key to part information • Key to access to own details • Car damage history • Other object registration (e.g. boat, mopeds)

  9. Harmonisation Directive (1/2) • Background of the directive • Internal market, free movement of goods • Better understanding of harmonised documents • Reregistration easier • Measure against fraud and stolen vehicles • Better international information exchange • History of the Directive • 1999: Council Directive 1999/37/EC introduced • 2003: Annex: Possibility of SmartCard in the Directive • 1 June 2004: Member States had to comply with the Directive • After 2004 no changes made to the Directive

  10. Harmonisation Directive (2/2) • Directive can be divided into: • Mandatory items • Optional items • VAS items • Technical standards • ISO standards for card and chip not in line with modern standards (e.g. driving licence more in line) • Technical vehicle data not compared with modern inspection and type approval directives

  11. Conclusion Directive (1/2) • Directive is not being kept up-to-date • It emerged in Topic Group II in April 2011 that the EC is willing to update the annexes • Mandatory items still effective for EU Member States? • Data exchange is now possible in the EU digitally with Eucaris. Include in the Directive as an option if no documents are held upon reregistration • Still reregistration problems

  12. Conclusion Directive (2/2) • ISO standard is outdated; • Driving licence directive is due for a third revision. Use these more modern ISO standards • Formulate uniform framework directive for ISO standards for driving licence, vehicle registration certificate, tachograph, e.g. • Directive must remain synchronised with the more recent inspection and type approval directives.

  13. Description of current case (1/5) • Austria • Slovakia • Netherlands

  14. Description of current case (2/5) • Austria • Operational since 1 December 2010 • Choice between paper or smartcard for part I only • Part II remains paper • Centrally produced by Austrian Government Printing Office • Maximum validity of paper part I 8 weeks if • smartcard applied for • Only "paper" data on chip • Smartcard sent within two weeks • It is possible for people to read the chip data themselves • with a PC and smartcard reader • No Value Added Services on chip • € 19.80 for each smartcard applied for • http://www.scheckkartenzulassungsschein.at/infos.html

  15. Description of current case (3/5) Slovakia • Implementation in 2010 • Mrs. H. Hanuskova will give her presentation

  16. Description of current case (4/5) Netherlands • 2013: Introduction of Dutch single part vehicle registration card, no paper • Central card issue • Card number in register • Part II to be discontinued, in stead registration pincode and registration report • Partial discontinuation of obligation to present • No conversion of existing documents • Replacement possible on request • Price € 5,- (card and transfer) • Project for implementation is started • In future digital transfer possible

  17. Description of current case (5/5) Netherlands • Processes made clearly understandable • 27 Member States obliged to use Eucaris within the scope of Prüm • Advice: consult export signal in Eucaris for reregistration as fraud prevention measure • Fast motorboat registration • April 2011: introduction certificate of • registration fast motorboat • Card without chip

  18. Conclusions Topic Group V • 3 working cases • Harmonisation directive due for revision • Still reregistration issues, digital information exchange • Smartcard implementation has less high priority than initially thought • Harmonised introduction is difficult; 3 practical situations and all three are different • Many ideas about VAS, but not much in practice • Questionnaire: open regarding processes and a lot of knowledge shared

  19. Recommendations • Reregistration based on smartcard in the light of export: can be moved to Topic group II • Slovakia, Austria and the Netherlands: open to continue sharing knowledge • Keep other countries interested in the subject of SRC, keep updated with developments via EReg secretariat • Use more digital information exchange (Eucaris) • Directive: tackle/maintain a number of subjects: recommendation to European Commission. Initiate from EReg • Harmonise ISO standards for different directives • Sychronise harmonisation directive with more recent inspection and type approval directives

  20. Work to do • EReg 2011 Warsaw: presentation results Topic Group V • Finishing final report • September 2011: last meeting Topic Group V • October 2011: final report and cover letter to EReg members • October 2011: letter to EC with recommendations harmonisation directive (in harmony with Topic Group II)

  21. Questions?? Thank you for your attention!