2006 all newly registered vehicles used to transport goods weighing more than
3,500 kg of maximum authorised mass, or that can carry more than nine individuals, including the driver, must be equipped with a digital tachograph.
In order to properly monitor the performance of digital tachographs, it was necessary to implement Royal Decree
425/2005, which sets forth the technical requirements and operating standards technical centres must comply with in order to instal, verify, monitor and inspect digital tachographs. In this legal provision, the requirement that centres must be certified with the EN ISO Standard is established
9001 on quality control and
This activity usually corresponds to the industrial vehicle repair shops.
66929 is only granted together with the
ISO certification of quality management systems
Once the audit is complete, if the system implemented is in-line with the requirements of Standard UNE
66926, the organisation obtains:
Furthermore, organisations with management systems certified by AENOR have free access to theAENORnet and a subscription to the
AENOR monthly magazine.
AENORUNE Mark for Digital Tachograph Centres
AENOR is accredited by ENAC (the Spanish National Accreditation Body) for the certification of digital tachograph centres. To date, AENOR has issued 119 certificates to Digital Tachograph Centres in accordance with Standard UNE 66926.