The Ajman Police General Command, in cooperation with the Security Services Support Authority, has completed the preparation of the “Fast” center for vehicle inspection and licensing services to the public for its official opening in the coming days.
The Director of the Vehicles and Drivers Licensing Department at Ajman Police, Colonel Sultan Khalifa bin Hareb, said that the establishment of the center came within the efforts of the Ajman Police General Command to enhance the quality of services provided to the public by providing quality and distinguished services for the happiness of customers.
Ibn Hareb explained that the center, which is located in the Al-Jurf area, also comes as an embodiment of the continuous commitment to apply the best international practices in this field and to achieve more comfort and happiness for all customers.
Colonel Sultan Khalifa added that the center provides an inspection service, registration and renewal of vehicle licenses, and operates with three inspection lanes for light and medium vehicles and motorcycles. By checking the percentage of carbon in vehicle exhausts to ensure compliance with environmental conservation standards, and checking the brakes and chassis to ensure the safety and security of the vehicle.
He pointed out that the center provides a service for paying traffic violations, insurance services for all types of vehicles, vehicle inspection for travel, transfer of vehicle ownership, vehicle renewal transaction, issuance of a replacement for lost or damaged ownership, and other renewal, registration and examination services, in addition to providing a “easy” device dedicated to providing services to vehicle owners.
The Director General of the Security Services Support Authority, Ali Al-Jassem, confirmed that the process of vehicle inspection and licensing at the FAST Experimental Center has already begun, noting that it is characterized by ease and speed, as the vehicle owner can conduct the examination without getting off the vehicle.
Al-Jassem explained that the center has completed 580 transactions since the start of its trial operation two weeks ago.