Vehicle Road Worthiness Certificate Policy Not A Revenue Generation Drive -Lagos Govt

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The Lagos State government has said the newly introduced ‘no-vehicle inspection, no road-worthiness’ policy is not an exercise targeted at generating money for the state.

 

This is as it appealed to car owners in the state to come forward with their vehicles as the cost of inspection is already inclusive in the total package they paid for the renewal of vehicle particulars.

 

The Director, Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS), Engr. Akin-George Fashola, said this during a radio programme as revealed in a statement issued by the state government.

 

He said the old format of issuing a roadworthiness certificate and then expecting the vehicle owners to bring their automobiles forward for inspection within 30 days is no longer sustainable as most people do not bring their vehicles for the said inspection once the certificate is issued.

 

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