From January 1, 2022, no vehicle within Lagos will be granted a road worthiness certificate without a physical inspection.
The Commissioner for Transportation Dr Frederic Oladeinde, disclosed this during a stakeholder’s meeting at Vehicle Inspection Service VIS, headquarters in Ojodu Berger, Lagos.
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To this end, motorists are required to present their vehicles for physical inspection at any of the designated computerised vehicle inspection centres across the state.
Oladeinde stated that this was in a bid to further strengthen the safety of the road in line with the THEMES agenda of the Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s administration.
Oladeinde said: “No one would be able to obtain road worthiness certificate anywhere in the state without the Vehicle Inspection Service (LACVIS) certifying such vehicles road worthy.”
According to him, vehicles that fail to pass the minimum safety standard of the computerised tests will be given a one month grace period within which to fix the problems