|Zinara queues resurface in city|
|Tuesday, 02 October 2012 00:40|
National Road Administration says it had agreed with selected banks to license vehicles to decongest the traditional licensing centres.
“We have opened agents in some banks such as CBZ, Met Bank and ZABG to decongest long and winding queues that characterised the last quarter.
Mr Murove said following the introduction of the computer licensing system Zinara licensed 415 994 vehicles out of an estimated 800 000 vehicle population in the country.
He said they suspected some vehicles were not being licensed because they entered the country illegally.
“We are saying to those who have huge arrears they should come to Zinara to make payment plans,” he said.
He said the introduction of the computer system helped Zinara to keep a record of motorists licensing their vehicles.
He said Zinara gives its customers a 30-day grace period before they charge administration and penalty fees after the expiry of every vehicle licensing term.
Mr Murove said the grace period did not exempt motorists from paying fines at road blocks for failing to display valid discs.