Reissuance of a Lost or Damaged Vehicle Registration When the script can not be performed when the change Font size, IE6 please use the keyboard and hold the Alt key + V → X → (G) Maximum (L) larger (M) in the (S) smaller (A) is small, to choose the right for you text size, while IE7 or Firefox browser may make use of the keyboard Ctrl + (+) zoom (-) reduce to change the font size A- A A+ line facebook twitter plurk When the script can not perform friendly print to [file] / [print] print Required documents Compulsory automobile liability insurance certificate (with validity more than 30 days). Original copy of vehicle owner’s national I.D. card (or military services I.D. card or alien residence permit) and seal (in individual’s name); official letters issued by the competent authority for the approval of the company’s or establishment’s registration (please enclose registration form if it is a company) or registration certificate issued by the competent authority for the company’s or the establishment’s and seal (in the company’s name). Fee: NT$200 for automobile and NT$150 for motorcycle. Notes Companies and establishments that submit photocopies of above documents for verification must provide a copy of the latest business tax payment certificate. Any outstanding fines, taxes and vehicle license tax penalty should be paid off first (If the payment has been made within the past two months, please submit the receipt). According to the provision of Compulsory Automobile Liability Insurance Act, no vehicle registration certificate will be reissued if the validity of compulsory automobile liability certificate is less than 30 days. If the automobile and large heavy motorcycle has not been inspected by the deadline, applicants shall first carry out vehicle inspection.