RTA to introduce improved vehicle inspection process
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, December 12 - 2012 at 04:05
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has proposed a series of changes to the process of vehicle testing in the emirate that could force many unsafe vehicles off the roads, Gulf News has reported. The proposed changes include revised vehicle inspection parameters, upgraded equipment and a unified information technology (IT) system for testing centres that will come into effect in different phases from the beginning of 2013. The revised parameters will come into place from next year and will put the vehicle testing process on par with international standards, the RTA said. "We have done a lot of benchmarking with different cities and countries across the world. We have put a plan in place to implement the proposal of improvement," Ahmad Hashem Behroozian, CEO of the RTA's licensing agency told the daily.
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