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Mon, 09 Sep 2019 16:49 - Updated Mon, 09 Sep 2019 16:49

Vehicle inspection centers tender launched

Saurimo - The Provincial Directorate of Road Traffic (DPVTR) in Lunda Sul launched this Monday, in Saurimo, the public tender for the construction and operation of two vehicle inspection centers.

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Speaking to the press, the director of DPVTR in Lunda Sul, José Manuel, said that the infrastructure aims to reduce the number of traffic accidents resulting from the poor technical condition of the vehicles.

He noted that its implementation meets the requirements of Article 114 of the Road Code, on the need for motor vehicles to be periodically subjected to a technical inspection to assess their condition in the face of traffic challenges and road mobility.

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