Flít measctha nó feithiclí de chineáil eile

  • Cad iad na cabhlaigh measctha nó cineálacha feithiclí eile?

    ​Má tá cabhlach measctha LGVanna agus HGVanna, nó aon saghas eile feithiclí tógtha ar chassis feithicil earraí, lena n-áirítear:

    • Compressor
    • Caidéal coincréite
    • Taosc níos glaine
    • Crochán nó crann tógála
    • Bóthar gritter nó leata sliseanna
    • Feithiclí cothabhála ar Bhóithre
    • Bóthar tarra Spraeire
    • Taistil meaisín nó ceardlann
    • Uisce nó scuabadh meaisín
    • Driller

    Is féidir leat leabhar iad go léir i do líne Feithiclí Tráchtála Ródacmhainneachta tástála

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  • Conas tástáil a chur in áirithe

    The anniversary of your vehicle’s first registration is the date when your annual vehicle teting (HGV tests) is due.
    There are 140 CVRT centres that test LCVs and 98 CVRT centres that test HGVs in Ireland. But you can book and manage your LCV or HCV tests online Here’s how:
    1. First, register for My CVRT, our online system
    2. Then, login to My CVRT using your username and password that you will have set during registration
    3. Once you login, you’ll see when your vehicles are due to be tested
    4. You can choose both ‘book an HCV test’ and 'book an LCV test' and you’ll be able to book your test in 4 easy steps:
    • Confirm your vehicle(s) details
    • Choose a test centre and schedule your test(s)
    • Make a payment (if the option is available, alternatively you can pay at the test centre)
    • Confirm your test time.
    Remember! - The person presenting the vehicle for its test is now required to produce Presenter I.D. in the form of a valid Driving Licence or Passport at the test centre.
    We accept VISA and Mastercard. Please note, we do not accept American Express or Diners Club cards
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  • CRW agus nuair a tá tú pas a fháil do thástáil

    ​​Má éiríonn do na feithicle an tástáil, beidh an t-ionad tástála a thabhairt duit ráiteas pas a fháil.

    Ansin, beidh ort a féin-dhearbhú sular féidir leat a fháil do CRW. Is féidir leat a dhearbhú féin trí Mo CVRT.

    Nuair atá tú a fuarthas do ráiteas pas agus tú féin a dhearbhú, ansin beidh tú a fháil do CRW sa phost. Beidh an CRW téigh go dtí an t-úinéir cláraithe na feithicle.

    Ní mór duit a chur san áireamh do CRW i d'iarratas mótarchánach, ionas gur féidir leat a eisíodh diosca cánach nua

    Más gá duit a leabhar do na feithicle le haghaidh tástála ADR, is féidir leat é sin a dhéanamh tar éis atá tú a fuarthas do CRW.

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  • Táillí Tástála

    The test fee depends on the size and type of your vehicles.

    Class of Vehicle Full Test Fee (including CRW) Re-test Fee
    Mechanically propelled vehicles used for the carriage of passengers with more than 8 seats but fewer than 14 seats, excluding the driver’s seat           €198.00​    €73.83​
    Mechanically propelled vehicles used for the carriage of passengers with 14 seats or more excluding the driver’s seat​           €200.00​    €73.83​
    Vehicles having a design gross weight exceeding 3,500 kilograms but not exceeding 7,500 kilograms           €146.52​    €47.26
    Vehicles having a design gross weight exceeding 7,500 kilograms with 2 axles​           €171.16​    €59.08
    Vehicles having a design gross weight exceeding 7,500 kilograms with 3 axles​           €201.67​ ​   €73.83
    ​Vehicles having a design gross weight exceeding 7,500 kilograms with 4 or more axles           €220.38​ ​   €82.69
    ​Trailers having a design gross weight exceeding 3,500 kilograms           €141.95​    €53.15
    Ambulances           €145.00​ ​   €47.26
    Vehicles having a design gross weight not exceeding 3,500 kilograms​            € 94.86​ ​   €35.43

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  • Má theipeann ort do thástáil

    ​Má theipeann ar d'fheithicil, beidh ort a dhéanamh arís an tástáil. Ní mór duit leabhar an ath-thástáil leis an Ionad Tástála a bhí ar siúl ar an gcéad tástáil.

    Costas & faoi nós imeachta atástáil
    Má fhilleann tú ar an tástáil ath-laistigh de 21 lá agus tá thaistil d'fheithicil níos lú ná 4,000 ciliméadar ó tástáladh é:
    • Níl an fheithicil a athdhéanamh an tástáil iomlán; ina áit sin, tá sé tástáladh ach amháin ar na pointí teip as an chéad tástáil.
    • cosnaíonn sé 50% de na tástála iomlán, ach amháin i gcás go mbéarfaidh sí úsáid lána tástála. Tá amhairc amháin atástáil saor in aisce.

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  • Cad Scrúdaíonn an tástáil agus ag ullmhú do do thástáil

    ​​The Test process 

    Customers present the vehicle at the chosen CVRT Test centre. The presenter of the vehicle is now required to produce Presenter ID in the form of a valid drivers licence or passport. Failure to do so could result in a delay in the issuing of a Certificate of Roadworthiness.
    Tests take between 45 and 120 minutes depending on the type of vehicle being tested and the number of axles. Only components that are visible and accessible are assessed when a vehicle is undergoing the CVRT.
    Following the test, the centre issues either a pass or fail report. If the vehicle passes, the Certificate of Roadworthiness is automatically posted to the registered owner of the vehicle. This certificate is proof that a vehicle met a set of basic safety requirements on the day it passed its test. Only components that are visible and accessible can be assessed at the CVRT. A CRW should therefore not be regarded as a warranty as regards the condition of the vehicle.

    If a vehicle fails and returns for testing within 21 days and has travelled fewer than 4,000km since it was tested, the vehicle does not have to repeat the full test. Rather, it is tested only on the failure points from the first test. 

    The certificate of roadworthiness should be displayed on the vehicle. It is a condition of taxing a vehicle over one year old that it has a valid certificate of roadworthiness.

    Preparing for your CVR Test

    Please prepare for the test by ensuring that:
    1. You check your vehicle engine for oil and water and ensure the windscreen washer is topped with water.
    2. Seats and cargo area are clear of personal belongings such as tool kits and that the cargo area are accessible to complete certain parts of the test.
    3. The vehicle is reasonably clean (especially the under body).
    4. Wheel hubcaps are removed (in particular where it is not physically possible to otherwise check the wheel nuts) and the tyres are inflated to the correct pressure.
    5. The engine is in a fit state to be tested e.g. Timing belt/chain has been replaced in line with your manufacturer`s guidance. You may be asked to sign a disclaimer at your chosen test centre.
    6. You check that the safety belts/ buckles are visible and working correctly. In the case of buses and other passenger vehicles you should make sure that you check belts and buckles for all passenger seats.
    7. Your registration plates are clean and comply with current regulations.
    8. The person who brings the vehicle for inspection brings identification with them in the form of a driving license or passport as failure to provide the required identification will result in the vehicle not being issued a pass statement and CRW should the vehicle pass the test.
    9. Your vehicles temperature gauge is showing as “normal” prior to arriving at the test centre for inspection.
    Other Items:
    • Although the amount of required paper documents has reduced in recent times, don't forget that in some cases you may still be required to bring documentation, such as modification reports if your vehicle has been modified or Seat Belt Declaration Forms (as may be required for passenger vehicles) Top Tip!: Did you know you can now upload scanned versions of documents via your online account at cvrt.ie
    • You should ensure you remove any valuables/personal belongings from the vehicle prior to the CVR test
    • You should make sure you bring your test fee (See full listing of test fees) as you are required to pay in advance of your test.
    • To ensure you don't miss your appointment, we recommend that you plan to arrive and ‘check in’ at your chosen CVR test centre 10 minutes before your allotted test time.
    If the above items are not taken care of, you are increasing the likelihood of your vehicle failing the test, or indeed, of your CVR testing centre being unable to test your vehicle resulting in you having to make a return visit.
    Remember! - The person presenting the vehicle for its test is now required to produce Presenter I.D. in the form of a valid Driving Licence or Passport at the test centre.​

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  • Bhainistiú d'fheithiclí

    ​There are two things you can do to prepare for your HGV test.

    1. Establish a routine of daily checks

    a) through organisational structures:
    • Assign someone within your organisation to make sure all your vehicles are roadworthy
    • Establish a maintenance programme
    • Monitor all vehicle maintenance, defects and repairs
    b) through routine:
    • Make sure your drivers always do daily walk-around checks
    • Fix defects in your yard before vehicles go on the road
    c) through people and expertise:
    • Make sure you have the facilities to maintain and repair your vehicles
    • Make sure all staff are trained and know their responsibilities

    2. Make a schedule, keep a record

    A record of both planned and completed maintenance and repair makes scheduling easy. You can use our computer based system, and modify our sample schedule. 
    More than just preparing for your test, establishing routines and schedules will will minimise breakdowns and keep your vehicle or fleet moving without disruption.​

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  • Test Result - Pass with minor deficiencies

    ​From 20 May 2018 you may receive a test report from your CVR testing centre showing that the test result is ‘Pass pending recheck of minor deficiencies’. 

    This means that the CVR Testing Centre only found minor defects when testing your vehicle. That is no major or dangerous defects were found. In the case of minor deficiencies (defects) only your vehicle doesn’t need a retest. However, you must return to the CVR testing centre where the original test was conducted and show that you have had the minor defects repaired. There is no time limit on bringing your vehicle back for this recheck.

    Procedure and cost 

    The following is the procedure in these cases: 

    Your original test report with the result of ‘Pass pending recheck of minor deficiencies’ will clearly list the minor deficiencies identified on your vehicle. 

    We won’t send you the CRW – we’ll put it on hold. 

    You must get the minor deficiencies rectified.

    You must return with your vehicle to the testing centre where the original CVR test was carried out to have your vehicle rechecked to confirm that the minor deficiencies have been rectified. 

    Once the CVR tester confirms that the minor deficiencies have been rectified, we will give you a pass statement and we will automatically send the CRW to the current registered owner of the vehicle. 

    As this isn’t a retest, there is no time or mileage restriction on when you must return your  vehicle to the testing centre​

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