Zinara to de-register unlicensed vehicles

HARARE - All vehicles that have not been licensed for a period exceeding two years will be de-registered from the Central Vehicle Registry (CVR) database, government has said.

Ministry of Transport, Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) and the CVR, in a joint statement issued yesterday, advised that all vehicles must be registered by November 30, 2014.

“To avoid de-registration of your vehicles, we appeal to our valued motoring public to comply by ensuring that their affected vehicles are properly licensed during the window period running prior to or from Saturday 01 November 2014 to Sunday 30 November 2014,” the statement said.

In terms of the vehicle registration and licensing regulations statutory instrument 13:14 section 12 paragraphs (c) and (d), the registrar may, if according to his records a registered vehicle has not been licensed or exempted for a period exceeding two years, cancel the registration of the vehicle concerned

“Once a vehicle has been de-registered, its re-registration will include the submission of a certificate of roadworthiness from the Vehicle Inspection Depot (VID) and police clearance,” the statement says.

“Re-registration fees of $160 for motor vehicles and $140 for motorcycles and or trailers at CVR only. Settlement of outstanding Zinara vehicle licence arrears will also be required.”

Zimbabwe’s vehicle population currently stands at 1,2 million, according to the CVR.

Zinara has in the past warned motorist to make timely licence payments.

According to Zinara, the number of unregistered vehicles in the institution’s database were 170 000.

Some vehicle owners took licences once and never went back to service the licences.

Zinara, which recently hiked vehicle registration and licensing fees, defended the move saying it was in line with government’s new statutory instrument number 141 of 2013 which was gazetted in September.

Zinara reviewed licensing fees for haulage truck trailers from $50 to $130 while the horse truck is now paying between $130 to $140 up from $80.

Ordinary motorists are now paying between $30 and $40 up from $20 depending on the weight of the vehicle.

Licence fees for buses are now pegged at $120 up from $80.

 

Comments (8)

NdiObert Mpofu akakwidza licence fees so, zvinhu zvakaoma so.nxaa...Thinks every1 z a billionaire lyk him

Vie - 4 November 2014

Zimbabwe's economy has been on a freefall for a long time. We have now reached the bottom of the pit and we cannot keep falling. The only way left is UP. EU has removed trade sanctions, a delegation from the UK has declared Zimbabwe as favourable for foreign direct investments. You cannot be left. Forget the politics for a moment and be optimistic of the future. Start your own project/business venture, partner with friends and relatives and pool your talents and capabilities. Register your own company and be part of the success story that Zimbabwe is becoming. At Flixcom Solutions will assist you with the registration and all the statutory requirements for you to start operating legally. Email flixcomsol@gmail.com call 0771 419 294 or whatsapp 0776 228760

flixcom solutions - 4 November 2014

It is just a pain to note that for many years we have a government against the people. Zinara recently hiked toll fees by 100%, as if that was not enough they have hiked vehicle licensing fees again. In these difficult times, the goverment is milking its dorcile people. Obert Mpofu, what kind of minister is that? Zimbaweans must woke up or else this goverment will be suckling blood from its citizens.

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GALLERYCARTRIDGES - 5 November 2014

How do l found the full list of vehicles that have been given a second chance which will be de-resisted end of November

faith - 6 November 2014

it will always be painful to note that these goons dont love their country at all,if people have had 2 years with unregistered cars surely its a sign that mari ikunetsa.better people keep on running away from this joke of a country coz u cant even forecast your future.you hiked duties and now at vic falls border there were only 7 cars coming in,a sure sign of fear-you make fast moves never 6 month notice nxaa.im so not proud to be a zimbabwean,people are travelling to s.a so they can get dual citizenship nekusemeswa nenyika ino musadaro veduwe

pissed off - 14 November 2014

Its noble to give the deadline 31 December 2014 as end of November most people would have not have been paid their salaries.

kennedy manyatwa - 21 November 2014

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