Wednesday May 8, 2019-National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has released a list of more than 600 vehicles that are missing from the authority's database.
The list comprises of over 469 private vehicles, 179 trailers, tractors, Tuk-tuks' and heavy machinery.
“NTSA has established that critical registration details of the listed vehicles are missing,” read a statement on their website.
According to the road transport regulator, the owners of the listed vehicles' have until June 5, 2019, to present the required details or else the Government will go after them.
Among the documents that NTSA has asked the owners to produce are original and copies of the Logbook, importation documents, national ID and KRA PIN certificate and any other documents that show proof of ownership.
The vehicle owners will also be requested to avail the vehicles at the nearest NTSA motor vehicle inspection Centre.
“Public Notice on missing vehicle records: The vehicles must be presented for inspection by June 5, 2019,” NTSA tweeted.
The Kenyan DAILY POST