HCMC – Two auto registration and inspection centers in Hanoi City, 29.03S and 29.14D, were allowed to reopen today, March 10, according to Vietnam Register.
They are located in Nam Tu Liem and Thanh Oai districts, the local media reported.
Vietnam Register will mobilize the auto inspectors of other testing autos to work for the two centers to ensure their operations run smoothly.
The two auto testing centers had earlier been suspended for an extended probe into bribe brokering, giving and taking and falsifying documents.
As of March 10, Hanoi City had seen eight of 31 auto testing centers with 10 operation lines open.
Over the past few days, the city’s operational vehicle testing centers have been overwhelmed.
In March, over 68,000 vehicles in Hanoi City are due to be inspected, causing huge crowds of autos at vehicle inspection centers.
Between April and July, vehicles needing safety testing will hover from 77,000 to over 100,000.
The city will find it hard to address the congestion due to only a few operational auto testing centers, said Vietnam Register.