E-natis

There are 3 instances when a vehicle can and must be introduced on the E-natis system

Registered by Default.

There are two types of de-registration namely de registration by default that is for example when a vehicle license is in arrears for years. The other one is by a de-registration instruction when a vehicle is stolen. In these circumstances the vehicle can be re-registered by following the following steps.You must have the original registration or de registration document

a) Documents Needed:

• Original registration or de registration document.
• If you are not the owner a proof of purchase
• If registered in a business name a completed NCO form with a certified copy of the proxy ID.
• Proof of your address
• Certified copy of your ID
• Completed RLV : Request of Licensing of a Vehicle

b) Process to Register Vehicle.

• Police Clearance
• Weight Bridge
• Road Worthy Certificate
• Registration
• Licensing

Build-Up Vehicle.In these circumstances the vehicle can be re-registered by following the following steps.

Documents Needed:

• An affidavit confirming where the parts came from and what was done to the car (form SOA)
• Original de registration document if applicable
• If you are not the owner a proof of purchase
• If registered in a business name a completed NCO form with a certified copy of the proxy ID.
• Proof of your address
• Certified copy of your ID
• Completed RLV : Request of Licensing of a Vehicle

Process to Register Vehicle.

• Police Clearance
• Weight Bridge
• Road Worthy Certificate
• Registration
• Licensing

Imported Vehicle

When a vehicle is imported it is very important to make sure that you have the following documents:
• Original registration document from the country of origin. Registered into importers name. If registration papers are in a foreign language they must be officially translated into English.
• Original Police Clearance ( Interpol) from the country of origin ( NB: If the vehicle is driven over the South African Border make sure that a Police Clearance is issued at the border.
• Import Duty Documents
• SARS documents
• Certified copy of owners ID
• Proof of address
• Proof of compliance with South African or equivalent, (EEC, ECE) or ADR Rules Regulations issued by
the original manufacturer of the vehicle.
• All vehicles manufactured after 1 January 1997 must have 17 Character (VIN) or Chassis number.
• Proof of purchase/ ownership of the vehicle- Commercial Invoice and Bill of Lading/Air weigh bill.
• Obtain a Letter of Authority from the SABS
• Obtain a RPI (Request for Police Introduction) from the local police
Process:
• Obtain necessary documents.
• Obtain Police Clearance
• Lodge application for registration