The body in charge of transport in the country, NTSA has dropped a major announcement to all kenyans owning small cars and those whose cars are four years old from the time they were manufactured.
According to the publication of NTSA today, in the newly effected Traffic (Amendment) Act 2022, motorists will be expected to hold an inspection certificate which is renewable after every two years.
In addition to the certificate, they will also be required to carry Sh500 for as the inspection fee. Nevertheless, those who own vehicles below 3000cc will also be charged Ksh 2,000 each for the same exercise. Vehicles above 3000cc, the owners will pay Ksh 2,500, trailers under 5 tonnes Ksh 2,000 and trailers above 5 tonnes Ksh2,500 while inspection of heavy commercial vehicles less than 5 tons will cost Ksh 3,000.
Inspection of heavy commercial vehicles above 5 tons will cost Ksh 3,500 while an inspection report for accident vehicles will go for Ksh 1,500.
"All private vehicles which are more than four years old from the recorded date of manufacture shall undergo a motor vehicle inspection test after every two years. The owners will also be required to pay the inspection fees as per the outlined guides" the statement read in parts.
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