NTSA on the verge of deregistering hundreds of vehicles

Wednesday, October 9th, 2019 14:16 |

The National Transport and Safety Authority has vowed to deregister 584 vehicles over verification issues.

Through a notice released on Tuesday, NTSA boss Francis Meja required the owners of the affected vehicles to verify them by October 28.

Of the affected vehicles, 409 are private and the rest are tuk-tuks, tractors, trailers and heavy machinery registered with the authority.

The notice is the latest whip by NTSA to crack irregularly registered or stolen vehicles.

In joint operations with the police, NTSA has in the past managed to recover stolen vehicles.

Towards the end of September, police impounded six top of range vehicles smuggled from abroad.

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