The KTEO-MOTO Technical Inspection has started since the beginning of 2011 in some regions and has been extended throughout the country. It concerns all categories of motorcycles over 50 cubic meters.

In case your vehicle is found to have serious defects and needs repairs, you have 20 days at your disposal for the re-inspection and the issuance of the technical inspection report. The technical director of KTEO Papadopoulos can give you an additional 10 days in cases where the repairs are extensive.

From 8/4/13 according to the new Law, those bicycles that have not performed a Technical Inspection in the period defined by the invitation program, then when they are submitted for inspection or re-inspection at KTEO, will be charged with overdue Technical Inspection fees.

In detail, when the motorcycle is submitted for KTEO inspection after the deadline:

Overdue inspection KTEO Two-wheelers

Type of Vehicle

Up to 30 days

From 30 days to 6 months

More than 6 months





We remind you that overdue fees are in favor of the State and are paid in full to the Greek State in the form of an electronic fee (e-fee).

For your convenience, their issuance can be done by us at an increased administrative cost.

The above amounts do not include control costs.

In case a vehicle arrives for re-inspection and 90 days have passed from the date of KTEO inspection, during which serious deficiencies were found, then a full KTEO inspection is performed and the corresponding normal full inspection fee is paid together with the special increased fee according to the time period. of delay.


A fine of € 400 will be imposed on those owners of motorcycles who have not passed a technical inspection of KTEO, based on article 86 of the Code