New vehicle registration service launched
Dubai, August 18, 2009
Tasjeel, an Enoc and Road Transport Authority joint venture for speedy vehicle testing and registration services, has launched a 'drive through' service specifically for registration renewal of vehicles that are three years old or less.
The new Drive Thru Express will allow motorists to have their vehicles registered in just five minutes with no inspection required.
With the new service, motorists do not have to wait in line or leave the comfort of their vehicles; they can just drive through to the service counter.
Currently a three-month pilot project, ‘Drive Thru Express’ is available at the Tasjeel centre in Al Barsha.
To avail of the service, the vehicle owner should bring his renewed insurance policy, previous registration card, passport copy and pay a fee of Dh470 ($128) (Dh320 for registration and Dh150 for ‘Drive Thru Express’).
They will also have to pay any accumulated traffic fines.
“We are pleased to introduce ‘Drive Thru Express’ which is a convenient way to renew vehicle registration without undergoing testing and inspection of the automobile,” said Ayas Bin Hendi, general manager of Tasjeel.
“The initiative is in line with our efforts to further improve customer convenience levels by providing seamless, value-added and innovative services to Dubai motorists.”
“We expect the service to generate an enthusiastic response from vehicle owners. Depending on customer demand, we plan to implement the ‘Drive Thu Express’ service in two other Tasjeel sites, at Al Qusais and at the Sharjah Auto Village,” Ayas Bin Hendi added. – TradeArabia News Service
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