According to the Vietnam Register, more than 350,000 cars with a date of expiry are unable to have their vehicle registration renewed in March and April.
Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha yesterday worked with the Transport Ministry to address serious congestion at automobile registration centers nationwide.
Vietnam Register yesterday informed that 59 out of 281 automobile registration centers nationwide have to halt operation owing to various reasons.
VR has just announced that it is reviewing the case of certain automobile registration centers refusing to issue a certification for one-reverse-lighted automobiles.
Minister of Transport Nguyen Van Thang yesterday stressed his direction for Vietnam Register to focus on tackling current issues related to congestion in vehicle registration so that the transportation need of the public is satisfied at Tet holiday.
Vietnam Register announced that four of its suspended automobile registration centers located in Ho Chi Minh City are reactivated today to answer the high demands of the public.
The Ministry of Transport yesterday sent a written proposal to the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) regarding measures to remove congestion at vehicle registration centers.
In the last few weeks, the Public Security Departments of various provinces and cities have been inspecting automobile registration centers for law violations.