150 000 cars face de-reg­is­tra­tion

The Manica Post - - Comment & Feedback -

MORE than 150 000 ve­hi­cles whose own­ers failed to re­new their li­cences for two years as of July 31 this year face de-reg­is­tra­tion once the no­tice has been pub­lished in the Gov­ern­ment Gazette, Trans­port and In­fras­truc­tural De­vel­op­ment Min­is­ter Joel Big­gie Ma­tiza has said.

Once a ve­hi­cle is de-reg­is­tered, tech­ni­cally it be­comes val­ue­less as the owner would lose valid ti­tle to it. To re-reg­is­ter the car, one has to pay out­stand­ing ar­rears and penal­ties owed, in­clud­ing in­sur­ance and get clear­ance from the Zim­babwe Rev­enue Au­thor­ity that the ve­hi­cle was legally im­ported into the coun­try. Fur­ther, the car has to be cleared by the Ve­hi­cle Theft Squad and the Ve­hi­cle In­spec­tion De­part­ment be­fore it can ply the coun­try’s roads again. – The Her­ald

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