The overhauled Lephalale Municipality vehicle testing station is up and running.
Spokesperson Conscious Chiloane said the station was shut down in June last year to give it a major refurbishment.
“The station which is situated along the O.R Tambo Avenue, Lephalale has now been revamped and outfitted with present-day vehicle testing types of equipment to comply with the South African National Standards,” clarified Chiloane
She said the Station is opened on weekdays from 08h00 to 15h00.
Applications for testing of vehicles for roadworthiness ought to be lodged with the Registering Authority/License Office at the Civic Center.
The accompanying application expenses are payable for various classifications of vehicles:
Bus costs R198-00, Goods Vehicles including LDV’s, Trucks and Trailers are charged R174-00. Different vehicles including Sedans, Station Wagons, and Hatchbacks pay R138-00 and Certification of the vehicle for roadworthiness is R86-00