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.