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INFORMATION STATEMENTS

FOR THE VEHICLE REGISTRATION SYSTEM

 

In accordance with the Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Liberties (the French Data Protection Act), as amended, and the General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR), the Road Safety Delegation (the Déléguée interministérielle à la Sécurité Routière), in its capacity as data controller, has established a "system for registration of vehicles" which comprises:

 

  • the vehicle registration system (SIV), the "heart"
  • the electronic payment information system (SIT)
  • the pre-application authorisation and approval application (APD)
  • the decision-making system for the vehicle registration system (SID)
  • the system of electronic services for carrying out administrative procedures relating to vehicle registration certificates: SIV-PPNG
  • the granting of commercial licences to use the data of the SIV
  • the granting of statistical licences to use the data of the SIV
  • the granting of technical licences to use the data of the SIV
  • the processing of court orders on the SIV
  • PaLyMa (parking management for Paris, Lyon, Marseille)

 

The purpose of this processing is as follows:

 

(a) Managing the vehicle registration system in France, characterised by the allocation of a permanent number to each vehicle, regardless of the registrant (main purpose)

 

(b) Gathering and managing information associated with the right of vehicles to be driven, in particular via electronic transmission or on the Internet, in order to facilitate verifications

 

(c) Managing the authorisations and approval of professionals authorised to transmit information to the SIV, as well as the licences of re-users

 

(d) Contributing to the collection of taxes and the management of payments related to registration

 

(e) Establishing a centralised, up-to-date database to facilitate the investigation and detection of registration fraud, and to enable the recovery of debts

 

(f) Establishing a centralised and up-to-date database to facilitate the reconciliation of an offending vehicle and its technical characteristics with the registrant of the registration certificate

 

(g) Establishing a centralised and up-to-date database facilitating the reconciliation of a vehicle that has suffered damage and its technical characteristics with the registrant of the registration certificate.

 

(h) Contributing to the re-use of data for technical and statistical purposes by licenced users

 

(i) Contributing to the re-use of data for commercial purposes by licenced users


 

Hereinafter, the purposes (a) through (g) will be referred to as the "initial purposes" and purposes (h) and (i) will be referred to as the "re-use purposes".

For purpose (f) the processing is subject to the police and justice directive (Title III of the French Data Protection Act (the Law No. 78-17).


 

The legal basis for this processing is:

 

  • the performance of a task in the public interest entrusted to the data controller (Article 6(1)(e) of the GDPR) for the initial purposes
  • the legal obligation for the re-use purposes

 

It collects the following categories of data:

 

  • Data identifying the registrant and co-registrant of the vehicle registration certificate
  • Data relating to the vehicle and the authorisation to drive the vehicle
  • Data relating to requests made by the electronic services intended for the completion of administrative procedures
  • Data relating to the professional authorised to transmit data to the SIV
  • Data relating to the identity of licenced re-users authorised to receive and, where applicable, to transmit SIV data to other re-users
  • Traceability data

 

These data are retained for a period of:

 

  • for data identifying the registrant and co-registrant of the vehicle registration certificate: 5 years as from the date of the physical destruction of the vehicle.
  • for data relating to the vehicle and the authorisation to drive the vehicle: 5 years as from the date of the physical destruction of the vehicle.
  • for data relating to requests made via electronic services intended for the completion of administrative procedures: immediate purge (electronic procedure abandoned), 6 months from the last modification (electronic procedure not validated or pending), 5 years (electronic procedure validated, rejected or accepted), 3 months from the last modification (vehicle transfer code).
  • for data relating to professionals authorised to transmit data to the SIV: 5 years after the withdrawal or termination of the authorisation.
  • for data relating to the identity of licenced re-users authorised to receive and, where applicable, to transmit SIV data to other re-users: 5 years after the withdrawal or termination of the licence.
  • for traceability data: 5 years.

 

They are only accessible to:

 

  • initial accessors: The Road Safety Delegation (Délégation à la Sécurité Routière (SDPUR)), the National Agency for Secure Documents (Agence Nationale des Titres Sécurisés (ANTS), Prefectures, the CERT, Professionals in the automotive business (dealers, manufacturers, vehicle rental companies, federations), Hubs, Approved and non-approved VHU (end-of-life vehicle) Centres, Qualified body shops and fitters, Insurance companies, Automotive experts, Court commissioners / Voluntary sales operators, Credits unions / Banks, the French tax services (DGFiP / DRFiP), Customs, Internal security forces, the department for legal and administrative information (DILA)
  • recipients: Officers of the Gendarmerie or officials of the national police force, deputy judicial police officers and rural wardens, officials authorised to record breaches of this code, authorised officials of the ANTAI (National Agency for the Processing of Infractions), officials cited in Article L. 172-4 of the Environment Code, the departments of the Minister of the Interior, the Minister of Defence, the Minister of Ecology, the Minister of Industry and the Minister of Transport, public finance officials, insurance companies, authorised staff of the compulsory insurance guarantee fund, foreign authorities with which there is an information exchange agreement, competent departments of the Member States concerning road safety and toll offences, services responsible for vehicle registration in other countries, sworn officials of the European Collectivity of Alsace, officials of the national police, customs and excise, border police, national gendarmerie and land transport inspectorate, authorised staff of the service provider authorised by the European Collectivity of Alsace to operate the automatic verification equipment, vehicle manufacturers or their agents, agents of the operators of a motorway or road structures subject to toll, authorised agents cited in Articles L. 2132-21 and L. 2132-23 of the General Code of Public Property as well as Articles L. 2241-1, L. 4321-3, L. 4272-1, L. 5243-1 and L. 5337-2 of the Transport Code, the personnel of the French Waterways Authority, mayors, authorised personnel of the service provider authorised by the government to operate the vehicle identification system, competition, consumer affairs and fraud control officers, authorised personnel of the body authorised by the government to take part in the processing of emergency calls, officers responsible for receiving, processing and re-directing emergency calls, and the coordination of operational activities, as well as fire-fighters and marine fire-fighters of the fire and rescue services, court authorities, officers or agents of the judicial police, prefects, competent authorities of the overseas territories and territorial collectivities, agents responsible for the execution of an enforcement order, court-ordered receivers, trustees appointed in the context of a judicial settlement or liquidation of assets, re-users

 

The interfaces with other information systems are the following: The online payment system (PayFiP), the central technical organisation (Organisme technique central (OTC)), the vehicle history system (Historique des véhicules (HistoVec)), the mobile vehicle registration system (Simplimmat), the electronic certificate of vehicle compliance (e-COC), the vehicle impounding management system (SI fourrières), Opposition to change of holder of the registration certificate (AMED), issuance of discharges (iQuit), management of parking payment (Palyma), Public services, Justif'Adresse, Docaposte IT management company, Air quality certificate (CQA), the National Printing Office directory, the ANTS Portal, the Municipal Police Portal (PPM), the National Directory of Identification of Physical Persons (Répertoire national d'identification des personnes physiques (RNIPP)), Conversion allowance, motorway tolls (SCA/ASFA), management of infractions (WinOMP), the directory of reported objects and vehicles (FOVES – Base SatVV), sharing of data among Member States concerning registration of vehicles (EUCARIS), the directory of insured vehicles (FVA), Hubs, the database of vehicle identification numbers (VIN), third party application maintenance information system (ACM), Toulouse Treasury for Fines (Trésorie de Toulouse Amendes (DGFIP TTA)), road safety statistics, accident research (BAAC – Traxy), access to the Internal Security Forces (FSI), the system for combatting fraud (SELFIM), the system of automated verification (Système de Contrôle Automatisé (SCA)).

 

The provision of data is mandatory for regulatory reasons. The failure to provide data will have the consequence of not being able to register a vehicle and thus not to be authorised to drive on the public roadways.

 

In order to exercise your rights of access and rectification, limitation and erasure (under certain conditions, Article 17 of the GDPR), you must contact:

 

(1) In your personal area (https://ants.gouv.fr/monespace/editer), you have direct access to your personal data in your user account (category of user, e-mail contacts and telephone), your identity (sex, birth name, common name, first name(s), date and place of birth), and your postal address. In this same area, you also have access to your mailbox (https://ants.gouv.fr/monespace/messagerie) and your documents (https://ants.gouv.fr/monespace/documents).

To have access to other information concerning you, or concerning the processing, you can contact the ANTS by post, providing proof of your identity (passport, identity card, residence permit or proof of identity established via the application France Identité), at ANTS – traitement SIV – 18 rue Irénée Carré – BP70474 – 08101 Charleville-Mézières

 

(2) If you have made an initial request to the ANTS and/or you have not received a satisfactory response, you can also contact:

 

- the data controller for the Delegation for Road Safety (Délégation à la Sécurité Routière), by post to the Ministère de l’intérieur - délégation à la sécurité routière - place Beauvau - 75800 Paris Cedex 08,

 

- or the data protection officer by post to the Ministère de l’intérieur - Attn: M. le délégué à la protection des données - place Beauvau - 75800 Paris Cedex 08),

 

The right to object was abolished by the decree creating the processing operation (Decree of 10 February 2009, Article L. 330-5), except for the purpose of re-use for commercial purposes. In this case, the procedure is the same as for exercising other rights.

 

There is no transfer of data outside of the European Union.

 

This processing is supervised by the Ministerial Data Protection Officer of the Ministry of the Interior (Délégué ministériel à la protection des données -Ministère de l’intérieur- Place Beauvau 75800 Paris Cedex 08).

 

You may also file a claim with the French National Data Protection Agency (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés) (CNIL – 3 Place de Fontenoy-TSA 80715 - 75334 Paris Cedex 07) or on its Internet site: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes

 

This processing was created by the amended decree of 10 February 2009 creating an automated system for processing personal data known as the "vehicle registration system" (SIV), the purpose of which is to manage administrative documents relating to the right of vehicles to circulate on the national roadways. This decree specifies the data that is not collected from the data subject (Article 14 of the GDPR).

 

Applications submitted may be the subject of a favourable automated decision. Users may be informed of the rules defining this processing and the main features of its execution, as well as the procedures for exercising this right to information and, if necessary, for referring the matter to the Commission for Access to Administrative Documents (Articles L. 311-3-1 and R. 311-3-1-1 of the Code of Relations between the Public and the Administration).

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