Members of the motoring public are called upon to embrace the mandatory vehicle inspections.
This comes as government through the ministry of works rolls out the compulsory motor vehicle inspections today at Kawanda station along Bombo road.
A significant number of mps have expressed reservations over the government’s plan to introduce compulsory motor vehicle inspection services.
Speaking to Kfm the chairman Uganda road Safety Council Dr Myers Lugemwa calls on drivers to cooperate and have their cars checked for their own safety.
He allays fears of bias noting that the system to be used is computerized
Last week the works minister Azuba Ntege said that the ministry signed a deal with a swiss based company to carry out the inspection that will also mitigate traffic accidents and environmental pollution