It is defined as an information system that allows registering, updating, centralizing, authorizing and validating information regarding automotive records, drivers, transit licenses, public transport companies, offenders, traffic accidents, insurance, trailers and semi-trailers, agricultural and self-propelled construction machinery, as well as natural or legal persons that serve the sector. (Articles 8 and 9 of Law 769 of 2002 and the relevant part of Law 1005 of 2006). This system is defined in compliance with the requirements for the exchange of information, reliability, security, privacy, use of information, validity, relevance, current regulations and opportunity.
What does the RUNT do?
The RUNT performs three basic processes virtually: validates information, authorizes the completion transit agency procedures and updates information of the approved procedure.
The RUNT advances these processes online and in real time, using cutting-edge technology.
- Validates, authorizes and registers transactions resulting from transit procedures and from concessioned transportation.
- Assigns ranks for sellable goods.
- Controls and monitors of collection of sellable goods.
- Uploads information provided by all the actors involved in the RUNT.
- Integrates other Actors (Automotive Teaching Centers, CEA, Automotive Diagnostic Centers, CDA), etc.)
- Issues information certificates
- Response times: f the information used for handling processes (online and in real time) is managed but RUNT, citizens will perceive that their procedures are resolved faster.
- Information reliability: RUNT is the only storage place for this data and it always validates information against its source. This guarantees that its information is unique and true.
- Information security regarding a vehicle or a driver's license: The RUNT security system is based on fingerprint identification of owners and drivers. In addition, all transit agency or Ministry of Transport staff-entering RUNT must use his or her fingerprint, code and password, and must digitally sign any update or modification.
Thus, you will always know whom, from where and at what time a modification or update was made. Impersonation is avoided by the use of these methods.
What are RUNT’s objectives?
- Achieving a secure flow of information from its origin at the start of every procedure to its registration in RUNT and its later consultation.
- Making the Transit and Transportation registry system a national model of excellence with a great level of service.
- Enabling the State Administration so that, as a whole, it ensures reliability of information and therefore guarantees, among other things, drivers suitability and ownership of the vehicles.
- Increasing quality and relevance of the information from the Ministry of Transportation, so they may define policies for planning, controlling and regulating Traffic and Transportation.
- Validating, registering and authorizing transactions related to the following eleven (11) registries:
- National Registry of Motor Vehicles (RNA)
- National Registry of Drivers (RNC)
- National Registry of Public and Private Transport Companies (RNET)
- Registro Registry of Traffic Licenses (RNLT)
- National Registry of Traffic and Transportation Infractions (RNITT)
- National National Registry of Automotive Education Centers (RNCEA)
- Registro National Insurance Registry (RNS)
- Registro National Registry of Natural Persons and / or Legal Services that provide services to the transit sector (RNPNJ)
- National Registry of Trailers and Semitrailers (RNRYS)
- National Registry of Traffic Accidents (RNAT)
- National Register of Agricultural and Self-Propelled Construction Machinery (RNMA)
You can find more information about RUNT Records in the following link. (Spanish only)