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The new Road Traffic Act entered into force on 1 June 2020.

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Autojonoja kuvattuna ilmasta


Most used services

Vehicle commissioning

This service is used for commissioning a vehicle. Commissioning will enter into force immediately after the notification.

Order a new driving licence

Order a new driving licence to replace a lost, damaged or stolen licence.

Vehicle decommissioning

This service is used for decommissioning a vehicle from traffic use temporarily. Decommissioning will enter into force immediately after the notification.

Change of vehicle ownership and digital certificates

Using the service, the seller can create a digital certificate for the sale and make a notification of transfer after the sale. The buyer can use the service to make a notification of ownership change.

Disclosure of information

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The registers Traficom maintains in transport and communications matters are, as a rule, public. Information can be disclosed from the registers to authorities, businesses and private individuals. (External link)

Digitaalinen maailma
The National Cyber Security Centre Finland (NCSC-FI) develops and monitors the operational reliability and security of communications networks and services.

5G Momentum

The 5G Momentum ecosystem was created to enable Finland to reach its goal of becoming number one in 5G technology.

Leading Edge 5G Forum

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The future digital society will be built on 5G networks. We in Finland strive to safeguard the future 5G-based businesses and services by focusing strongly on 5G cyber security already now.
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