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Sunday, 3 September 2017

Lagos begins computerized vehicle inspection

Lagos State government has encouraged drivers to guarantee modernized examination of their vehicles with a specific end goal to find out the condition even as it said an aggregate number of 779 vehicles were reviewed since the activity took off in March. Tokunbo (utilized) vehicles at the Apapa port… purchasers no place in locate Addressing writers amid an office visit at Lagos Computerized Vehicle Inspection Center LACVIS, Head, Planning and Research and Coordinator, LACVIS Project, Engr Olayemi Olumide, said this will limit mishaps. As per him, the progression is in accordance with worldwide accepted procedures as LACVIS will investigate every possibility to guarantee that lives and property are protected on the roadways. He said that out of the vehicles assessed, 263 vehicles breezed through the tests while 516 fizzled and proprietors made a request to settle the issues inside 30 days and rehash the investigation which incorporate braking, directing, chasis, discharge, lighting framework, tires, suspension, perceivability and supplementary tests. Olumide said 10 modernized vehicle examination focuses will be worked over the state by December. "Every single corporate association, affiliations, unions and other business vehicles proprietors whose vehicle documentations hae terminated are required to bring their vehicles physically forbcomputerised assessment while private vehicles are to be examined yearly and business vehicle bi-every year. The examination of vehicles will empower the state to build up an information base of vehicles in order to find out state of vehicles because of condition of streets or phony extra parts", he said.Also speaking, LACVIS Chief Operating Officer, Mr Segun Ogunnaike, said the activity was adapted towards wellbeing.