When your vehicle passes the roadworthiness test its vehicle license will be stamped, making it valid.
If you did not bring the license to the testing institute you can print it there.
You can get a copy of your vehicle license:
at a licensing office or rishiomat stand
by printing it, if you received it by email after online or by phone on *5678. You can print as many copies as you need
When is your vehicle exempt from the road worthiness test
You do not need to get your vehicle tested if it's:
a private vehicle that's been registered for less than three years
a rental or leasing vehicle that's been registered for less than two years
Your vehicle license will include a note stating that you do not need to take your vehicle for testing. If the note does not appear, you must take the vehicle to pass a roadworthiness test.
Payments made to the State of Israel are usually not subject to VAT, which means the State of Israel is not required to produce a tax invoice (because no VAT component exists). You can request recognition of payments, according to the Income Tax Ordinance.
This service and forms are provided in Hebrew. If you don't speak Hebrew, seeking assistance from a Hebrew speaker is recommended.