Frequently Asked Questions About The Computerised Vehicle Inspection

Frequently Asked Questions About The Computerised Vehicle Inspection

Everyday, we get tons of questions from people who wants to know much about our scope of services.

So, we’ll be answering some of their questions and hopefully, it’ll address some of the concerns they have.

  • What is LACVIS?

LACVIS is the Lagos  Computerised Vehicle Inspection Service centre approved by the Lagos State Government to provide world class automotive testing centres and to ensure that vehicles plying Lagos State roads have met the minimum standard of safety for the issuance of Road Worthiness Certificate.

Currently, LACVIS is fully operational in Ojudu and Ikorodu. Centres are also sited at Agric- Isawo, Epe, Oko Afo, Badagry, PWD, Bolade- Oshodi, Oko- oba, Gbagada, Yaba, Apapa and subsequently in all the LGAs and LCDAs in the state.

  • I AM NEW TO VEHICLE INSPECTION. HOW DOES THIS WORK?

The inspection process is a fully computerised and automated process which checks the road worthiness of a vehicle, either new or used, using international technology as obtainable globally.

The checks to be carried out include: Emission Test ,Machine based head light test ,Visual inspection check ,Steering and alignment test

Suspension test, Brake performance test, Underneath inspections and lots more.

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All inspections are carried out in a LACVIS centre.

A bus undergoing the suspension test
  • IS IT COMPULSORY TO HAVE MY VEHICLE INSPECTED?

Driving a defective vehicle is one of the major causes of road accidents. Hence, it is expected that road users subject their vehicles for inspection. Failure to do so is a punishable offence under the law.

  • WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE VEHICLE INSPECTION PROCESS?

As soon as you bring in your vehicle for inspection, a Marshal welcomes you and collects your particulars (vehicle license or previous road worthiness certificate) for conformity checks. Thereafter, he will take you to a Front Desk Officer for data entry and update.

Next, you will be required to pay the appropriate fees and be directed to a waiting room where you can watch the entire vehicle inspection process. It takes about 15-20 minutes for the process to be completed.

  • IS THE TEST FEE THE SAME FOR ALL VEHICLES?

LACVIS caters for all categories of vehicles, either Heavy Duty Vehicles or Light Duty Vehicles. Hence, the fees vary depending on the category of vehicle and its engine capacity.

  • HOW AFFORDABLE IS THE TEST FEE?

Quite affordable. Depending on the vehicle type and its engine capacity, considerations have been made to ensure that the value you get for the vehicle inspection is commensurate with the test fee.

However, all payments are one off and could include both for vehicle inspection and road worthiness fee.

  • WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE VEHICLE INSPECTION?

The computerised test result is analysed by a LACVIS’s certification officer. If your vehicle passes the test, you will get a Vehicle Inspection Report and a Road Worthiness Tag and Certificate from a resident Vehicle Inspection Officer (VIO).

However, if your vehicle fails the inspection, the certification officer will tell you the defect(s) detected and you will be advised to fix it and return for a retest before 30 days.

A car undergoing the brake performance test.
  • DO I HAVE TO PAY FOR ANOTHER TEST FEE AFTER I FIX THE DEFECT(S)?

No. After fixing the defects, you can come for a retest as many times as possible during the 30 days period. However, if you bring in the vehicle after the 30 days is over, you will have to pay for inspection only to have your vehicle inspected.

  • CAN I ANALYSE THE TEST RESULT?

Yes, you can. The report is easy to read and understand. However, our certification officer will still guide you through the report to clarify and answer further questions you may want to ask.

  • CAN ANYONE BRING A VEHICLE FOR INSPECTION, OR ONLY THE REGISTERED OWNER OR AN EMPLOYEE OF THE COMPANY (IN THE CASE OF COMMERCIAL/CORPORATELY OWNED VEHICLES)?

Yes, anyone can present the vehicle for inspection as long as all the vehicle particulars are in order.

  • HOW SECURED IS MY VEHICLE DURING THE INSPECTION PROCESS?

When you bring in your vehicle for inspection, it will be handed over to our highly dedicated inspection officers. They are trained to handle all types of vehicles and to ensure that your personal belongings are secured all through the process.

  • CAN I BRING MY VEHICLE FOR INSPECTION EVEN IF MY ROAD WORTHINESS CERTIFICATE HASN’T EXPIRED?

Yes, you can. It is important to know the safety status of your vehicle at all times. So, to determine if your vehicle is good for the roads, you can run an independent check at any of our centres.

  • CAN I FIX MY VEHICLE DEFECT(S) AT THE LACVIS CENTRES?

Currently, LACVIS is strictly for vehicle inspection.

  • WHEN CAN I BRING IN MY VEHICLE(S) FOR INSPECTION AT LACVIS?

LACVIS runs vehicle inspection from Monday to Fridays between the hours of 8:00am to 5:00pm and on Saturdays between the hours of 9:00am to 2:00pm. However, special arrangement could be made for fleet operators to have their vehicles inspected at schedules convenient for them.

  • HOW DO I PAY FOR MY VEHICLE INSPECTION?

You can pay with any of our payment platforms which include: Payment Kiosk, One Pay, Web Pay and Mobile App. The coordinating officer at the centre will ensure that you pay the right amount. After payment, you will be issued a receipt which carries a unique number that authenticates your transaction.

 

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