13 Mar 2021

Courtesy visit to the FRSC Corps Marshal, by the MD/CEO of CVIS Prince Segun Obayendo.

The MD/CEO Computerized Vehicle Inspection Service (CVISPrince Segun Obayendo, pays Courtesy visit to the Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps at the FRSC National Headquarters, Abuja. Present at the meeting held on the 11th of March 2021, was management team of the Federal Road Safety Corps and the top management of the Temple Group Limited, (TGL) to discuss Transportation Safety Strategies, Opportunities in the transport sector and also cement the relationship between the two organisations. See Images Below.

 

06 Mar 2021

First Abia State Computerized Vehicle inspection Centre, commissioned by Gov Ikpeazu

The Governor of Abia State, Gov Okezie Ikpeazu commissioned the first Abia State Computerized Vehicle Inspection Center. A step that he believes would boost the growth of transport business and Safer Road use in the state. Transport business should not be an obstacle to the economic growth and development of the State, He stated.

While speaking on the trade and commerce of the state, The Governor stated that safe transport system enhances economic development opens opportunities for investment in the State.

Earlier, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Abia State Computerized Vehicle Inspection Center, Aba, Prince Segun Obayendo said that with the facility, Abia State has joined the league of States who have a shared commitment to reduce carnages on the roads to the barest minimum by the introduction of the computerized vehicle inspection service. He noted that the facility has placed Abia State on the map of modern economic development.

The State Chief Executive encouraged all transporters to find time to ensure that their vehicles are road worthy by making use of the facility.

“The facility will also operate the Drivers Testing Theory (DTT) to ensure that only certified drivers issued with drivers’ license by the Federal Road Safety Commission.

“The facility is a 2 lane Test Center – Universal Test Lane and Light Goods Vehicle Lane with a capacity to inspect 150 vehicles daily within official working hours.

“The Center has the capacity to inspect trucks, tankers and trailers. He assured that the center in Aba is the first in the State with another one in Umuahia nearing completion.

“In line with the mandate of the Governor, the Center will also provide free diagnostic scans for vehicles as part of the inspection services to be provided for the people”.

With the commissioning of the facility, road worthiness certificate of vehicles would now be issued solely by the Computerized Vehicle Inspection Center thus removing the activities of touts who divert government revenue.

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23 Feb 2021

THE NEW MOBILE TEST LANE

THE NEW MOBILE TEST LANE (COMPUTERISED MOBILE VEHICLE INSPECTION MACHINE

To ensure better and more efficient service delivery, the Abuja Computerized Vehicle Testing Service has rolled out its state-of-the-art mobile Test Lane.

What may look like just a regular trailer to the unsuspecting eye, is actually an arsenal of sophisticated computerized vehicle testing apparatus. When fully deployed, one could notice a fine merger between portability and ultramodern sophistication.

The pending question of how computerized vehicle inspection services can get to the remote parts of the FCT will soon be permanently answered, because not only can vehicle owners go for computerized inspection, in no distant time, computerized inspection will come to them.

On the overall computerized vehicle inspection machine is now on wheels. Another first from ACVTS.

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23 Mar 2019

Anambra’s First Computerise Vehicle Inspection Center Commissioned By Obiano

Gov Willie Obiano today commissioned computer-based vehicle inspection center in Awka to replace the old ways of checking vehicles for road worthiness, according to gov Obiano, the state government is committed to ensuring rickety vehicles are easily detected and ordered off the roads, the vehicle inspection center will ensure that vehicle inspection will no longer be done manually,
before any vehicle in Anambra state is issued certificate of road worthiness, it vehicle must have undergone the computer-based testing,this effort will go a long way in minimising accidents on our roads, the center has the facilities for checking headlamps, brakes and other parts of vehicles, and it being constructed also in other cities Onitsha and Nnewi.. Vehicle inspection is a procedure mandated by national or sub-national governments in many countries, in which a vehicle is inspected to ensure that it conforms to regulations governing safety, emissions, or both. Inspection can be required at various times, e.g., periodically or on transfer of title to a vehicle. If required periodically, it is often termed periodic motor vehicle inspection; typical intervals are every six months and every year for commercial and private vehicle respectively. An inspection decal or inspection sticker is a type of sticker placed on the vehicle’s windshield when it passes inspection. Inspection stations are places to drive inside to see if a vehicle passes inspection once a vehicle is due for inspection. Most US inspection decals/stickers display the month’s number and the year.

23 Oct 2015

BENEFITS OF VEHICLE INSPECTION

Keeping your vehicle in peak operating condition is the best way to ensure your safety on the road as well as reducing your overall motoring costs in Anambra and its environs. Regular inspections can help you identify potential hazards and save you money by preventing additional damage before it happens. It is for these reasons that the Computerised Vehicle Inspection Service with Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO), a recognized Nigerian vehicle-monitoring organization to make Anambra State roads safer and healthy for inhabitants

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