Those administrations that require to consult the data of the Register of vehicles and drivers and have not previously had access to the data of the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), must request them through the Via Oberta form available at EACAT, following the instructions included in the FAQ - How do I request registration for Via Oberta services?

A - Authorization request for the resolution of sanctioning procedures related to the use of public roads and/or the removal of abandoned vehicles

To consult data relating to the procedures related to the use of public roads and/or the removal of abandoned vehicles , the method to be chosen in the Via Oberta form is not punitive . The mode of consumption that the DGT is authorizing to process this procedure is for " Data consultation by the owner of the road ".

Despite being included in a sanctioning procedure, for the consultation of data from these procedures, the DGT does not require the signature of a specific agreement. However, it does request the accreditation of this competence by the applicant bodies.

When processing the Via Oberta form available in EACAT for this type of procedure, the request must be made indicating the procedure 2375 - Sanctioning files for occupation of the Public Road and removal of abandoned vehicles , located under the type of procedure Complaints, Inspections and Sanctions.

To see an example of justification for this procedure, you can consult the FAQ - Recommendations for requesting access to DGT data for procedures for the use of public roads and abandoned vehicles.

B - Request for authorization of sanctioning procedures for sanctioning procedures in traffic and road safety

In relation to the modes of consumption of sanctioning procedures in matters of traffic and road safety, the DGT only authorizes two modes of consumption of data from the Register of vehicles and drivers, which specifically are the following two modes:

  • Vehicle data query for penalties
  • Driver Penalties Inquiry

Likewise, it is expressly pointed out that the authorization of sanctioning forms of consumption is restricted to sanctioning procedures in matters of traffic and road safety, and it is warned that they will not be authorized for any other administrative procedure.

If you want to access DGT data, you can do so using the Via Oberta application form, but note that, for access to the services for sanctions, the applicant must first have signed an agreement with the DGT or adhere to an agreement that authorizes the exchange of data. The signed agreement and the date of signature must be indicated. For the rest of the Services of the DGT, the Collaboration Agreement, signed on February 7, 2008, between the Ministry of Public Administrations and the Consorci Administración Oberta Electrònica de Catalunya for the Mutual Provision of Electronic Administration Services authorizes access to the data from the Register of Vehicles and drivers of the DGT.

At the same time, the supra-municipal administrations that manage the disciplinary proceedings in matters of traffic and road safety, by delegation from other municipal administrations, will need to prove their competence by providing a certificate that identifies the local entities for which they are managing the processing of these sanctioning files. The certificate must be in Spanish, given that the processing is done through the State Data Intermediation Platform.

When processing the Via Oberta form available in EACAT for the request for sanctioning modalities for the resolution of sanctioning procedures in matters of traffic and road safety, it is recommended that authorization be requested under the procedure 2947 - Traffic complaints , located under the type of procedure Notifications Traffic penalties, which includes authorization to consult this data in the framework of procedures linked to traffic penalties and road safety, inspection and control procedures in the matter of traffic and road safety, as well as traffic certificates from the local police.

To see an example of justification for this procedure, you can consult the FAQ - Recommendations for requesting access to DGT data for disciplinary procedures in traffic and road safety.