Please check first, whether you are traveling in the EU or EEA or outside of the areas through this link.
EU and EEA areas
A technical part of the registration is required while travelling abroad (also when travelling to Åland in Finland), which is good to pick up personally from the inspection office free of charge. Remember to bring your ID along. You can find the inspection office where you will get the needed technical part of the registration via this link.
If the car does not have 2 owners (car users), then the export license should be with the driver while travelling in the EU area. If your car is owned by LeasePlan Finland Oy, you can easily get your export license by completing the form below. If the car is owned by another person, order the export license from the owner of the car.
Outside of EU and EEA area
For journeys outside the EU or EEA territory you will need:
Export license: If your car is owned by LeasePlan Finland Oy, you can easily get your export license by completing the form below. If the car is owned by another person, order the export license from the owner of the car.
The technical part of the registration: you can pick this up personally form the inspection office free of charge.
Green Card: This can be ordered from an insurance company, but if your company’s car insurance company is LeasePlan's Euro Insurances, you will receive Green Card at same time with the export license. The card must be physically present in the car, for example, a pdf file is not a acceptable.
In the context of the necessary permissions, it is good for the driver to find out from the employer, what are the rules of going abroad with the car and what’s the coverage of the insurance. It is also advisable to familiarize yourself with the traffic culture and rules of the destination country in advance. For example, in Germany, the car must have an environmental sticker, in Switzerland the motor sticker and in Russia mandatory equipment is an extinguisher. Detailed information on the country-specific requirements can be found on the Autoliitto’s website and on the European Commission's website.