VIDEO: RTA opens 5,017m2 testing, registration facility in Al Mamzar
The facility include sections for vehicle testing, registration, auto insurance, plate numbers services, and exporting of vehicles
The director-general and chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), His Excellency Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, has opened the 5,017m2 AG Cars Testing and Registration Centre in the densely populated Al Mamzar area of the emirate.
The facility include sections for vehicle testing and registration, auto insurance, plate numbers services, and testing and exporting of vehicles, as well as auto wash, repair, painting, and polishing services.
The centre also has six testing bays of different sizes as well as an area for testing bikes. It is built to handle a capacity of approximately 600 vehicles per day.
The facility, which claims to have an environment-friendly design, will be open from 07:00 am to 10:00 pm, Saturday through Thursday.
HE Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of RTA opened AG Cars Testing and Registration Centre at Al Mamzar, Dubai. pic.twitter.com/kXkka0SDyl— RTA (@rta_dubai) January 22, 2020
Smart services will be enabled at the centre to allow clients to process transactions through their mobile phones and tablets.
Commenting on the launch of the new testing and registration centre, Al Tayer said: “The opening of such centres is part of RTA’s efforts to reach out to customers at their localities, especially densely populated areas, and save their time and effort.”
Al Tayer added: “New vehicle testing and registration centres are opened after conducting field studies and the selection of appropriate locations. A team visits the site intended for construction and reviews an array of key aspects including the population density, lack of a nearby similar centre, and that the facility would have no negative impact on the traffic flow in the surroundings. Consideration is also given to the excessive increase in the number of vehicles in the vicinity of the would-be centre.”