The National Police of Rwanda Thursday announced that it is set to introduce the services rendered at the traffic inspection center to other parts of the country. The Police further said that apart from inspecting public vehicles, they will also start inspecting privately owned vehicles.
While launching the third phase of vehicle inspection in the country, inspector general of police Emanuel Gasana said the units will be set up in the busy centers in every district.
Also speaking during the launching ceremony, Rwanda’s infrastructure minister Vincent Karega said that his ministry will assist in the setting up of these centers countrywide.
Once launched, the centers will not only save on the time spent while waiting in long queues for vehicles to be inspected, but it will also assist drivers to save on the fuel used while coming to Kigali for the inspection.