For the first time in 8 months of
2021, the number of vehicles passed compulsory technical inspection has decreased by
40.8% or 143,980 units compared to the same period of 2020- the Unified National Body of Accreditation – Accreditation Centre of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable
According to the Accreditation Centre, in January-August 2020, 352,061 thousand vehicles underwent primary technical inspection. Of these, 222,113 were suitable, 129,157 were unsuitable, and 746 vehicles were banned from driving on the road.
In January-August 2021, 208,081 vehicles underwent primary technical inspection. Of this, 119,704 were suitable, 87,076 were unsuitable for circulation, and the number of cars banned from traveling on the road increased by 555 units to 1,301 compared with the previous year.
In the first 8 months of 2020 in total 49,995 thousand vehicles were suitable, 3,094 thousand unsuitable and 34 cars were banned from traveling on the road within the repeated technical inspection.
In 2021, the repeated technical inspection revealed 67,900 vehicles unfit for driving, 4,731 fit, and vehicles were banned from driving on the road.
The number of vehicles undergone the technical inspection reduced compared to the 2019 levels when 569 246 thousand cars passed the primary technical inspection, 108 689 thousand cars - the repeated inspection.