“NTSA Clarifies New Plate Process: First Come, First Served!”
The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has put an end to the plate possession panic that has been gripping the nation. In a statement issued on Monday, February 6, the Authority set the record straight, assuring motorists that new generation number plates would not be repossessed for lack of proof of ownership documentation. The Authority also clarified that it does not issue any letters or other forms of documentation upon the allocation of the new plates.
“New Plate Process Made Easy: No Inspections, Seven Days to Acquire!”
The NTSA also affirmed that the registration of new number plates would be served on a first-come, first-served basis and would not follow any particular order. The Authority reminded motorists that it was mandatory to register for the new plates through the official website and provided a step-by-step guide for a smooth and easy process. Motorists with lost or defaced plates were advised to select the new generation number plate during the third phase and upload the logbook and pictures of the two plates in a PDF format.
The NTSA clarified that private vehicle owners would not be required to undergo an inspection before applying for the new plates. The process of acquiring new generation number plates would only take seven days and three days for the transfer of logbook ownership. The new plates will also be synchronized with Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) systems to catch tax cheats in their tracks.
So, buckle up, motorheads! The new generation number plate acquisition process has just gotten smoother and easier. Get ready to rev up your engines and hit the road with the latest and greatest plates!