Aeca-ITV, in collaboration with the Regional Government of Madrid, the Ministry of Economy, the Department of Industry and Competitiveness, Aeca-ITV and the National Department of Traffic will organize the 26 th PTI National Workshops, which will be held on May 17 th and 18 th in Madrid. During the workshops, experts will present more than […]
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The new modular station of Santiago will feature a charging point for electric vehicles which will also be able to check the status of the pluggable hybrid or electric vehicles charging system. This is the first charger of its kind installed in Spain.
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Loita por que as persoas con diversidade funcional sexan visibles. Impulsora de Son Capaces, un proxecto pioneiro de ITV en Galicia que acolle a integración laboral de 24 homes e mulleres. Read complete article in El Correo Gallego
The construction of this innovative model, that allows changing the size of the station according to demand and reduce the cost, is the result of the collaboration between the UDC and Supervisión y Control, holder of the vehicle technical inspection in Galicia. The model, patented at the University of A Coruña, was developed by the […]
During the presentation of a series of measures developed by different Road Safety associations with the aim to avoid 50,000 accidents per year, the Chief Executive of the Traffic Department announced that some cameras had already been installed for this purpose and could be implemented immediately. The measure is aimed at reducing the almost two […]
More than 7,700 cars registered with the council of A Coruña have an expired vehicle technical inspection.
The Galician press highlights the presentation of the new PTI station at O Carballiño, which shall start operating at the end of this year in the town’s industrial estate, and which expects to inspect 4,000 vehicles during the first year and reach 14,000 by 2020.
With the approval in the Spanish Official Gazette (BOE) of new regulations last December, large sized trucks -up to 60 tons and 25.25 metres long- can now circulate on Spanish highways and motorways.
Supervisión y Control has just launched a new mobile station for the inspection of vehicles, in its bid to continue advancing in the service to the users and the modernisation of its facilities.