Kazakhstan introduces new rules for vehicle inspection
Astana, Kazakhstan, May 12
By Daniyar Mukhtarov - Trend:
Kazakh president signed the law "On road traffic", which provides for new rules of inspection.
The document will come into force in October, the press service of the Kazakh Ministry of Transport and Communications reported.
"In particular, the law exempts from passing mandatory inspection of vehicles with a manufacturing date that does not exceed four years (including the year of release). The law also provides for the abolition of paper forms for passing technical inspection, and the fact that its passage will be confirmed by the query into a single information system of compulsory inspection of motor vehicles and their trailers," the ministry said.
The changes also touch upon the list of the documents, necessary for passing technical inspection. Thus, in accordance with the new rules, the document for payment of the transport tax is not required: it is needed only to show the vehicle and the certificate of state registration (technical certificate).
It should be noted that the new law establishes liability for the improper conduct of the owner/operator maintenance involving an accident. The order also tightens the responsibility of inspectors.
Translated by S.I.
Edited by C.N.