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Ready for technical inspection

In order to carefully prepare your two-wheeler for technical inspection, here is a complete list of checks to follow in order to optimize your chances of success.

Make sure that the chassis and serial numbers of the motorcycle are identical to those mentioned on your registration document. Make sure that the registration plate is compliant (dimensions 210×130 mm, black letters on a white background for motorcycles registered after 2009), is securely attached and is legible.

Check the condition of the brake pads and discs. Make sure the brake fluid level and quality are correct. Make sure there are no leaks in the hydraulic circuit.

Make sure there are no play or hard spots in the handlebars and steering bearings. Make sure that handles and controls are accessible and operational and in good condition.

Check the condition of your mirrors. These must be approved.

Check that all lights (headlight, taillights, turn signals, license plate light) are working properly by testing all the lights. Be sure to replace faulty bulbs and clean the optics to ensure better visibility.

When checking the depth of the grooves, it is important to check the tires for wear. Be sure to check the sidewalls and bearing for cracks, cuts, or hernias. Check that the tire pressure is as recommended par the manufacturer.

Carefully examine the shock absorbers and fork for any oil leaks. Make sure that the suspension elements are safe and that the fixings are secure. Make sure the steering is smooth and there is no play

Check that the exhaust mounting is secure and that there are no cracks or holes. It is important to check that the engine oil and coolant level is adequate. Perform an inspection of the engine and exhaust system for possible leaks.