The National Service and Transport Authority (NTSA) has released a list of 584 vehicles whose owners are required to verify ownership.
In a notice released Wednesday, the roads and transport authority said owners of the vehicles should present themselves at any NTSA motor vehicle inspection center with 14 days.
“The owners are hereby given 14 working days to present them, failure to which the vehicles shall be deregistered without further reference to the owners,” the notice reads.
NTSA noted that the owners of the listed cars had been issued with a notice on May 7 this year for verification but they failed to do so.
The vehicles include 409 civilian motor vehicles, and 179 trailers, tractors, three-wheelers and heavy machinery cars.
Owners are also required to present the following documents for verification:
- Original and copy of the Registration certificate (Logbook)
- Importation documents
- National Identification card and KRA PIN Certificate
- Any other document to proof ownership
NTSA further ordered that no transaction be done with the vehicles until their ownership is verified.
“The vehicles must be presented for inspection by October 28, 2019 failure to which the vehicles will be deregistered.”
The full list below.