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Renew Vehicle Road Worthiness In Ghana

Roadworthiness is a property or ability of a car, bus, truck, or any kind of automobile to be in a suitable operating condition or meeting acceptable standards for safe driving and transport of people, baggage, or cargo in roads or streets, being therefore street-legal.

How much is road worthiness renewal in Ghana?

How to Renew Vehicle Road Worthiness In Ghana

  1. Approach any of your nearest DVLA office with the information provided under the heading “Office Location and Contacts” of this page.
  2. Present your expired road worthiness certificate and the vehicle for inspection.
  3. If authorities are satisfied after checking your vehicle and documents submitted, you will be provided with a Road Worthiness Certificate.
  4. Fill VRC (if new) Issue sticker when vehicle pass inspection.

Required Documents For Vehicle Road Worthiness

  • Present expired vehicle roadworthy certificate
  • Vehicle to be examined for rad worthiness.

Office Locations & Contacts Of DVLA

Contact information of driver and vehicle licensing authority in Ghana
Ministry of Transport
P.O. Box M57
Ministries, Accra-Ghana
Phone: +233 (0) 302 661575, +233 (0) 302 671328
Fax: +233 (0) 302 76 3908, +233249241251
Email: info@mot.gov.gh
Website: http://www.mot.gov.gh/

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA)
Ministry of Transport
http://www.eservices.gov.gh/DVLA/SitePages/DVLA-Home.aspx

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