Frequently asked questions
All Alfa Romeos made since 1910 up to the Alfa 75s (including SZ and RZ).
The owner or driver can, or even an enthusiast who's merely seen the car at a rally, auction or other event.
After registering as a user, access the registration form and follow the easy steps that lead to final registration. The only obligation is to fill in the compulsory fields and attach one, or preferably more than one, clear photos of the vehicle.
Within a few hours of registering, users receive a password that enables the complete database to be accessed. They can then register new vehicles. Visitors, on the other hand, can access an incomplete database containing basic information.
No, the name of the owner or driver, or whoever registered the vehicle, will never be made public. User ID only will be displayed.
It isn't possible to contact other users directly. You can however send a specific request to the website and it will be forwarded to the persons concerned who can then reply directly if they wish.
The chassis serial number or if that's unavailable, the number plate. This number becomes the vehicle identifier and Alfaregister works from this. If neither number is available, registration is still possible but the record will be added to the “Alfaspotter” category and other users will be able to contribute with the missing data.
New registrations are checked to see if the information conforms (eg a Giulia GT cannot be added to the “saloon car” category but must go in the “coupé” category) and they are visible online within two or three days.
When a new record has been uploaded, the information can only be modified by the user who registered the vehicle. If other users have more complete or more recent data, they should fill in the appropriate form and add the number of the database record they wish to update (found near the nationality flag). The record will subsequently be updated or corrected by the database administrators.