As part of the efforts of the administration of the Governor of Ondo State– Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN) to prioritize the lives and properties of the people, he inspected the new computerized Vehicle Inspection Centre in Akure, the state capital.
The new facility which is located within the premises of the Vehicle Inspection Office, Akure would inspect one hundred and twenty Vehicles in a day and provide jobs for thirty – six engineers.
Speaking during the Governor’s visit to the facility, Segun Obayendo, the Managing Director, said the facility will be commissioned very soon after the remaining necessary equipment is ready.
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He explained that the center is also located at Owo and Ondo, adding that other ones will also be sited in Ikare and Ore thereafter.
The Computerised Vehicle Inspection Center which is already in operation in twelves States across the country is meant to ensure that only vehicles that are road worthy are put on the roads so as to reduce the number of avoidable accidents on the roads.
Governor Akeredolu said the government is determined to rid the roads in the state of the vehicle that are not road worthy. He added that the center is important to car owners to enable them to diagnose their vehicles even before taking them to the mechanic workshop.
The Governor said the center will bring confidence back on the roads as only vehicles with road worthiness certificate will ply roads in the state.
Source: Auto Josh