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Source: BUS Sachsen-Anhalt (Linie6PLus)

Apply for a badge for electrically powered vehicles from abroad

Description

Your electrically powered vehicle such as a

  • battery electric vehicle;
  • fuel cell vehicle or
  • rechargeable hybrid electric vehicle

requires an e-badge to participate in road traffic, even if it comes from abroad.

In some places, you can take advantage of some advantages with the badge, for example:

  • Use of bus lanes
  • Electricity charging stations.

You must apply for this badge at the competent authority and will be issued to you by the registration authority. You must then affix the badge to the back of your vehicle.

You must apply for the so-called e-badge at the responsible registration authority.

This enters the license plate of your vehicle in the designated field of vision with a lightfast pen and hands you the e-badge.

You then only have to affix the e-badge visibly to the back of the vehicle.

Please contact the licensing authority.

  • no marking for electrically powered vehicles by the country of origin
  • Vehicle of vehicle categories M1, N1, N2 (but only up to a total weight up to a maximum of 4250 kg) and L3e, L4e, L5e, L7e
  • alternative drive or energy source
  • the registration certificate Part I
  • the certificate of conformity, or
  • another document suitable for proof.

You will not be able to take advantage of certain benefits until you have affixed the badge to your car.

License plates issued abroad for electrically powered vehicles are to be equated with domestic license plates or plates for electrically powered vehicles.

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Ministry of Regional Development and Transport

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