About us

The Association of European Vehicle and Driver Registration Authorities (EReg) accommodates Vehicle and Driver Registration Authorities in making registration and licencing policies work as effective and efficient as possible improving the mobility and safety of vehicles and drivers in Europe. EReg supports European public registration authorities by contributing to better implementation of registration policies and enabling the improvement of the tasks and services performed by our members. EReg enables the development of better registration policies that are easier to implement.


EReg enables better executable policy, executed better.


EReg does this by sharing knowledge, experiences and best practices in a network of Vehicle and Driver Registration professionals from the national authorities. We work collaboratively on common developments and opportunities in the field of registration and licences and we exchange information and insight improving the registration policies of our affiliated members. EReg assists our members by identifying and following European developments, policies and regulations with a focus on executable policy.
EReg has established alliances with partner organisations AAMVA (America and Canada) and Austroads (Australia and New Zealand) collaborating in the pursuit of our common goals through the exchange of information and best practices.
EReg is an expert partner in the vehicle and driver licence registration and offers insight to policy makers on national and European level with a network that extends to global level.


The main objective of EReg is to bring together the European Registration Authorities to be able to:
1. Share knowledge, experience and good practices
2. Identify, follow and influence European developments and regulations
3. Take initiatives aimed at improving the performance of tasks by the members as European partners
4. Establish exchange and cooperation arrangements with relevant other parties
5. Promote effective and efficient data exchange


EReg is based upon voluntary cooperation between national registration authorities in Europe. As of 25th of April 2012, EReg is incorporated as an international non-profit making association (Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif, AISBL) under Belgium Law.

The structure of EReg includes the General Meeting, the Chairman and the Secretariat, an Advisory Board  and several EReg Topic Groups. The structure of EReg is laid down in the Articles of Incorporation. The association comprises full members and observers, whereof full members shall have the legal status of central vehicle registration or driver registration authority in their country.