ADNOC Distribution opens new inspection facilities
Abu Dhabi’s latest vehicle inspection centres are located at Yas Service Station on Yas Island, and Istiqlal Service Station in Mussafah
ADNOC Distribution has opened two new vehicle inspection centres in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The facilities are located at Yas Island’s Yas Service Station and Mussafah’s Istiqlal Service Station.
The premises have been opened to meet growing demand for the issuing and renewing of vehicle licences, according to ADNOC Distribution.
Commenting on the move, Khalid Hadi, vice president of the firm’s Marketing and Communications Division, said: “At ADNOC Distribution, it is our sustained endeavour to enhance our facilities and develop our services in line with the directives of our leadership to deliver the highest-level quality of services to our customers.
“To further enhance customer satisfaction, we are opening service centres in densely populated areas, while simultaneously working to expand our facilities in all areas within the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Our customers can now enjoy greater convenience and easily access all required services,” he explained.
The vehicle inspection centre at Yas Service Station currently comprises one dedicated track for vehicle inspection tests. The Istiqlal Service Station facility will focus on the issuance of dye permits for light vehicles, and replaces the recently closed Al Dhafra Centre.
ADNOC Distribution’s vehicle inspection centres offer a range of services, including the traffic safety check, which is a mandatory procedure for the issuance and renewal of vehicle licences. There are currently 19 technical inspection centres in the Emirate, with seven in the city of Abu Dhabi, six in Al Ain, and six in the Western Region.
“As part of this customer focus and complying with customer demands in the Western Region, ADNOC Distribution is also looking at extending the working hours of the technical testing centre at Madinat Zayed,” Hadi added. “The centre currently provides services from Sunday through Thursday, from 7am to 7pm.”