The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has just announced that private vehicle inspections will resume from 8 June onwards.
According to the LTA’s press release, LTA-Authorised Inspection Centres (AICs) will resume vehicle inspection services for private cars.
Vehicle inspections for private cars were suspended during the circuit-breaker. But the LTA allowed owners whose cars were due for inspection to renew their road tax for six months, provided they had valid insurance coverage.
Owners whose vehicles are due for inspection will receive a notice from LTA. Drivers are urged to adhere to the stated inspection month and go alone. They must abide by safe distancing guidelines when visiting AICs.
Motorists are also encouraged to avoid the weekday peak hours from 10am to 2pm, which is when inspection centres are usually crowded.
As part of the social distancing measures, drivers must wear masks at all times and use SafeEntry to check-in and check-out when entering and leaving the AIC.
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