2017, this resulted in the publication of Royal Decree
125/2017 which establishes the technical requirements and operating standards technical tachograph centres must comply with.
As a significant new feature, this RD applies to both analogical and digital technical tachograph centres, unlike the previous RD
425/2005 (the previous Royal Decree only applied to digital tachograph centres).
The aforementioned Royal Decree envisages making it compulsory for technical centres to be certified with the
UNE 66102 "Management systems for technical tachograph centres" standard (published last
9 March. As such, it is now a mandatory requirement for such facilities to acquire certification under this Standard.
The Royal Decree also includes new training processes and minimum qualification requirements for personnel, among others.
The Royal Decree enters effect on
2017From that date onwards, any centres that need to renew their authorisation will have to submit a UNE certificate.
66102Analogue technical centres will be granted a transitional period until 25 November .
This activity is usually performed by garages that repair industrial vehicles.
66102 has a high-level structure to promote the integration of the system with other
management systems (9001,
Once the audit has been completed, if the system implemented meets the requirements of Standard UNE 66102, the organisation will obtain:
Furthermore, organisations with management systems certified by AENOR have free access to the
AENORnet and a subscription to the
AENOR monthly magazine.
AENOR rating for TechnicalTacograph CentresUNE
AENOR is accredited by ENAC for the certification of tachograph centres. To date, AENOR has issued 119 certificates for Digital Technical Tachograph Centres, in accordance with the previous Standard UNE 66926. We are currently in the process of transferring all these certificates to the new Standard UNE 66102, which AENOR is already accredited for.