The Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) made a decision to postpone the introduction of electronic vehicle passports (PTS) in a number of EAEU countries to March 31, 2021. On October 13, the assistant to the Chairman of the EEC Board Iya Malkina announced this on her Facebook page.
“This applies to three countries of the Union: Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan,” she said.
Malkina noted that Russia has already practically switched to this system. So, from November 2, vehicles produced or manufactured in the EAEU states will be registered in Russia only if electronic vehicles are available.
An electronic TCP differs from a paper passport in a large amount of information.
In addition to traditional information about the owners, it contains certification data, as well as information on the number of accidents and their description, information on comprehensive insurance and compulsory motor third party liability insurance policies, maintenance, current mileage and design changes.
As of August this year, 1 million electronic vehicle passports have been issued in Russia.