Lagos Computerized Vehicle Inspection Service (LACVIS) is in charge of this compulsory inspection on the Danfo buses plying the streets of Lagos. Well, we all know these Danfo buses are quite popular among residents of the state, in moving around while carrying out their daily tasks.
The role of the agency, LACVIS, is to ensure that those vehicles are fit to be on the road and are also legally compliant via vehicle inspection through the use of computerized equipment.
LACVIS will carry out tests on every Danfo to ascertain its road worthiness
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Other roles of the LACVIS would include:
- Examining vehicles for damage and detection of malfunction by driving the vehicles.
- Ensuring compliance with emission standards and government regulations.
- Testing vehicles for tear, wear, improper adjustment and damage.
More than 200 tests will be carried out on every vehicle, in a bid to make them carry out their duties effectively. The agency presently operates ten testing centers. LACVIS has carried out inspection on 800 vehicles since its inception and an estimated 550,000 clients have their services secured.
You can visit any of the testing centers within Lagos to get your Danfo bus inspected
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Fifteen minutes to be precise, the inspection doesn’t take long as their equipment will discover numerous fault within this short period.
Available testing centers in the state include Ayobo, Epe, Ojodu, Odogunyan, Badagry, Agric-Ishawo, Oko-Afo, Oko-Oba, Gbagada and PWD.
LACVIS’s head office is situated at No 6, Muyibat Oyefusi Str, Omole, Lagos.
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