In order to meet the increasing travel demand of domestic and foreign tourists in the coming time, many Transport Businesses have decided to choose 29 seat and 35 seat buses from King Long brand – model Nova82Y to bringing passengers the best travel experiences, safety and comfort.
Recently, the authorized dealer of TC (Tan Chong) Motor Vietnam – King Long Thai Duong held a ceremony to hand over a batch of King Long Nova82Y buses to a reputable transport company in Hanoi.
As a well-known company in the field of transportation and having experience in using buses for many years, customers who received the buses have been very impressed with King Long since its first launch in Hanoi more than 1 year ago.
Business owner – Mr. Tung had highly appreciated the King Long Nova82Y bus after participated in the experience and test driving from interior-exterior design style to features, safety levels… to transport tourists across provinces and cities with economical operating costs.
TCMV – Focusing on product quality and enhancing customer experience, with:
– Modern exterior and spacious interior
– Durable engine, safe feature, smooth operation
– Genuine parts, maximum fuel economy
– Professional staff, dedicated advice 24/7
– Attractive preferential policy service, enthusiastic car maintenance support…
King Long bus – currently used to transport tourists, students and staffs… Choosing King Long bus, customers will be assured of safe and comfortable trips.
At the end of the year, the demand for investment in passenger vehicles for business is increasing. We understand that customers always want to use quality products with reasonable prices and the ability to quickly get return on invest. Therefore, at the time of entering the new financial year, TC Motor Vietnam Company (TCMV) applies special discount to customers to save initial investment costs up to 46 million VND/King Long bus.
The application period is from now until the end of 2022.
With an unprecedented deep discount, the number of King Long buses using Euro 4 engines is not much left, customers who have investment needs, please contact us immediately via hotline 1800 282 818 for having consultancy.
With the desire to accompany customers to promote strongly passenger – transportation business at the end of the year, TC Motor Vietnam (TCMV) – A sole Distributor for King Long buses, would like to give a package of great promotion to customers, the package offers up to 26 million VND.
The package offers is applied to all customers who buy a 29 seat or 35 seat King Long bus from December 10, 2021 to December 31, 2021, including the following offers:
1, Support 100% registration fee worth 16 million VND
2, Christmas gift worth 10 million VND
In addition, TCMV’s King Long bus dealer system is ready to provide additional offer for customers who buy fleet of King Long bus.
For more information, please contact the nearest King Long bus dealer or call to hotline: 1800 282 818
If a coach bus is considered as a “body of human”, we could say that Vehicle maintenance is like to hit the doctor’s clinic for a checkup. If you have a fixed mindset that “It isn’t broke means it is fine at all”, you should change your mind. This carefree approach to preventive healthcare isn’t good for you, and ignoring your vehicle’s maintenance needs isn’t good for your vehicle.
The feeling of purchasing a new vehicle at the dealership is easy to bring us to a circumstance that we just enjoy the new vehicle smell and powerful drive and are not pay much attention to other things like changing the oil or checking the brakes. While these vehicles are built to perform for a long time, it’s not a lifetime run. There are some components that wear and tear over time.
Neglecting the maintenance procedure’s got the same meaning with the fact that you are ignoring the care for your vehicle. And the ramifications could be more serve than you think. Not providing your vehicle its regular checkups could result in a great deal of cost or diminishing safety, or both.
Listed below are some thing that you should not sleep, which could come from keeping up with the maintenance of your vehicle form the time you bring it home:
- Keep It Running More Efficiently – Vehicle engines age and become less powerful over the life of the vehicle. Including regular tune-ups as part of the regular maintenance will give mechanics the opportunity to see where problems are starting to form and repair engine parts before they can continue to deteriorate.
- Improve Fuel Efficiency – Fuel efficiency has become a top priority for most drivers who want to feel less of an impact at the pump and make a lower impact on the environment. A dirty fuel system and clogged air filters that aren’t changed can reduce your vehicle’s fuel-efficiency.
- Keep Warranty Coverage – Every new vehicle comes with a warranty and a number of requirements to keep it valid. Fail to maintain a documented service schedule and your warranty claims can be denied.
- Make It Safer – Today’s new vehicles are being made with more advanced safety technology to protect drivers and passengers in the vehicle, drivers of other vehicles, and pedestrians. Failing to keep vehicles maintained could lead to something as simple as a non-functioning signal light that leads to an accident or a brake failure that leads to a devastating event.
- To Keep You from Getting Stranded – Letting maintenance go can end up causing a complete breakdown and leaving you stranded on the side of the road. A service appointment will take a lot less time and money, and it won’t prevent you from getting where you need to be.
Maintaining your vehicle’s maintenance should not only be a matter of when or where. From that meaning, King Long Viet Nam bring to you a high quality maintenance service that help you vehicles are always on the right track and under care. You can easily make an appointment online and become a member so that you can conveniently keep track of your maintenance appointments.
The strict disease control principles as well as the driver’s failure to understand the regulations lead to the fact that the time for testing, supporting driver’s test and issuing circulation permits is prolonged. A typical example is the “gateway” roads to two big cities, Hanoi and Hai Phong, where frequent congestion occurs.
Faced with that situation, the authorities of Hanoi and Hai Phong soon studied the instructions of the Ministry of Transport and the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam and changed the method of epidemic control such as: issuing passports through software, notification. extensively on medical requirements for drivers to actively drive tested, conduct probability checks, end-to-end checks. Particularly, Hai Phong city allows vehicles to go to the port and conduct inspection before entering the port.
Hanoi City also established a “green channel”, issuing identification cards to 21 vehicles; At the same time, through the Department of Transport of Ho Chi Minh City to issue QR codes for 1,117 vehicles going to Hanoi, priority logos for vehicles transporting perishable goods.
“Thanks to the timely implementation of solutions, until this afternoon, traffic at the gateways of the above localities did not appear to be prolonged congestion,” a representative of the Directorate for Roads informed.
According to the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam, currently, in addition to the announced national “green channel”, all the Departments of Transport have deployed the “green channel” in the inner province, connecting with the national green channel for cars. Cargo transport during the Covid-19 epidemic.
According to statistics on the system of the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam, as of 15:00 this afternoon, 2,845 vehicles have been granted first-class cards. Up to now, more than 3,400 vehicles have been issued in 50 localities.
“However, at present, transportation of goods to southern localities still faces some difficulties such as: negative test papers are valid within 72 hours. This time limit is quite short, making businesses and drivers passive, costing more in testing costs. Many localities only recognize test results by RT-PCR method.
In addition, there are currently no specific guidelines on driving as a special subject who is not subject to mandatory medical isolation after returning from epidemic areas. This leads to many localities that have not yet applied Directive 16, which still requires drivers returning from epidemic areas to undergo medical isolation despite having negative test results,” a representative of the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam said.
Proposal to extend the validity of covid-19 test certificates for drivers
Extending validity of Covid-19 test certificates for drivers
At the meeting, Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The said that up to now, freight transport activities have been basically smooth.
However, in order to create more openness for freight transport, the units under the Ministry when issuing instructions must be specific and clear, ensuring high consistency when implementing. The Departments of Transport need to improve the initiative in exchanging and asking questions when they do not understand or are not clear. Provinces and cities must also strengthen exchange and sharing of experiences to unify the application of regulations in the same conditions of social distancing,” the minister said.
The Minister also assigned Deputy Minister Le Anh Tuan to work directly with the Ministry of Health tomorrow (July 22) to clarify the provisions of document 5753 on not checking the SARS-CoV test certificate. 2 for drivers of means of transport of goods that only circulate within the province or city that are implementing Directive No. 16; At the same time, continue to petition on extending the validity of Covid-19 test certificates for drivers.
“Localities also need to understand that the issuance of passports by QR Code only applies to vehicles going to and from the localities applying Directive 16, to avoid the issuance of incorrect regulations and incorrect subjects. adding procedures for businesses and drivers”, the Minister said and suggested that other localities, even though Directive 16 has not been applied, still have to actively develop a plan to organize traffic to always be in a state of readiness for businesses. transport industry, drivers know and obey.
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After many cases of passenger cars moving when they did not meet the requirements of COVID-19 epidemic prevention, the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam urgently requested the Departments of Transport of provinces and cities to strengthen strict control measures to prevent and control the epidemic, minimizing the risk of spreading on transport business vehicles.
In addition to tracking, checking and extracting data from the cruise monitoring system to detect and promptly handle cases of non-compliance with epidemic prevention and control measures, the Directorate for Roads also requires businesses to The industry has installed a camera to monitor images on the vehicle to promptly remind and correct violations.
In particular, the “detection of people without masks” integrated on the camera is one of the effective applications to warn bus staff in time about cases of passengers not wearing masks, thereby reducing reduce the risk of disease transmission. This is also considered one of the measures that are assessed as “not too costly in terms of cost”.
Representatives of car manufacturers also showed positive feedback about the application of this technology. The fleet manager of Long Hien Transport and Tourism Transport Co., Ltd., Mr. Le Xuan Hieu, said that the company has deployed this feature on 30 vehicles, and mainly the trucks carrying workers in the area. Dung Quat industry in Quang Ngai city. After nearly 1 month, many cases of not wearing masks in the car were detected in time, minimizing the risk of disease spreading in the vehicle’s space.
Hieu said that this is a necessary feature, effectively supporting the management of passengers and staff, raising the awareness of each individual in the current stressful epidemic situation.
Sharing this view, Mr. Vu Van Thi, Head of Dispatch Engineering Department, Ha Tay Automobile and Transport Joint Stock Company has deployed on bus route 72 and 12 vehicles, expected to deploy 14 more vehicles next time.
“According to regulations, when riding a bus, passengers are required to wear masks, but on the bus, many passengers have the habit of pulling down their masks. There were even cases where the car had no passengers, only the driver and assistant were in the car, so he was subjective, ignoring the mask to talk. Immediately, the system immediately sends a warning to the unit to call and notify the car owner, reminding customers, strictly forbidden to remove the mask even when there are no customers,” Thi said.
Not only warning about business owners, recently the warning feature provider also added a direct warning feature to drivers and assistants to reduce manpower and resources. Drivers and assistants just need to install this application on their phones, log in to the provided accounts, and receive these alerts to promptly remind passengers.
Nguyen Van Quyen, Chairman of the Vietnam Automobile Transport Association, said that the Ministry of Information and Communications has informed passenger cars to install epidemic prevention and medical declaration software on the vehicle. In the near future, when the regulations on installing surveillance cameras on transport business vehicles are completed, the transport industry also needs to encourage transport businesses to install this feature when installing cameras.
The number of visitors without masks has decreased by 3 times
In June 2021, Binh Anh Electronic Technology Development Co., Ltd (BA GPS) announced the successful application of AI (artificial intelligence) technology to detect people not wearing masks in vehicles. Accordingly, this analysis system is connected to the camera on the vehicle to get image data, then AI technology will automatically analyze and send a notification to the transport unit whenever it detects someone not wearing a mask. page or worn incorrectly.
Mr. Pham Thai Hoa, Technology Director of Binh Anh Electronic Technology Development Limited Liability Company, said that the system marked green boxes for faces wearing masks and red boxes for faces not wearing masks. After nearly a month of publication, 23 businesses with more than 500 vehicles have registered to use this feature.
“According to statistics, only after 1 month of launch, the AI-powered mask-not-worn warning feature recorded positive results. The proportion of passengers, drivers, and vehicle assistants not wearing masks or wearing them incorrectly decreased from 23% to 9%. Typically, on worker transport routes, this rate is only 6% – 7%. In particular, this technology is being provided free of charge to all passenger vehicles,” said Mr. Hoa.
In addition to receiving alerts on the system, businesses can monitor the rate through the daily statistical chart in the most intuitive way. As a result, more effective management plans are proposed. Not only warning about business owners, recently BA GPS has also added a direct warning feature to drivers and car assistants to reduce manpower and resources. Drivers and assistants only need to install the “BA GPS” application on their phones, log in to the provided accounts, and receive these alerts to promptly remind passengers.
Referring to this feature, Mr. Pham Thai Hoa said that in the past, some large transport enterprises with hundreds of vehicles needed 3-4 supervisors, very tired when they had to constantly look at the computer. see how many people do not wear masks to call to remind. But with this technology, businesses can handle hundreds or thousands of vehicles in the same unit of time, even without the need for supervision.
“Since the BA GPS server system receives the data, it only takes 1/10th of a second to process and count the number of passengers and how many are wearing or not wearing a mask. Just a few seconds later, customers received an alert to remind them to wear a mask correctly. Any camera system, we are ready to provide it for free, as long as the data system of that unit can connect to the artificial intelligence system of Binh Anh Company, “said Mr. Hoa.
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On June 30, 2021, the Ministry of Industry and Trade published a report on the situation of the automobile industry and proposed solutions to find a way. This report has pointed out two bottlenecks of Vietnam’s automobile industry today.
According to the ministry, the market capacity and the price difference between domestically produced cars and fully imported cars are the 2 biggest bottlenecks and challenges facing the auto industry in our country.
Currently, the size of Vietnam’s auto market is only 1/3 of Thailand’s and ¼ of Indonesia’s.
The report also showed that the market is small, fragmented by many assemblers and many different models, making it difficult for manufacturing companies (both auto and spare parts) to invest in large-scale production development.
On the other hand, the current GDP per capita of Vietnam is not enough for the majority of people to own cars as well as to promote the domestic automobile industry to develop and generate profits.
The weak traffic infrastructure (mainly due to poor traffic organization) has also significantly affected the market demand, making the economy’s demand for cars not able to grow up.
In addition, to market bottlenecks, currently the cost of producing domestic cars is 10-20% higher than that of other countries in the region, making the cost of domestically produced cars suffer many disadvantages compared to imported CBUs from ASEAN.
Components and spare parts for automobile production and assembly are mostly imported from abroad – incur additional costs of packaging, transportation, storage, insurance, etc., thereby affecting the cost of the car locally assembled vehicles solution to create a market
According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, solutions to remove the aforementioned bottlenecks will include:
There are reasonable measures to ensure the transparent and healthy development of the domestic automobile market through technical barriers and measures to combat commercial fraud.
Ensure equal competition between imported and domestically produced vehicles in terms of product quality control.
In addition, it is possible to consider and consider a number of other solutions to develop the market such as preferential loans to buy domestic cars; review taxes and fees related to automobiles throughout the value chain to adjust in the direction of facilitation of automobile production and consumption, and healthy development of the domestic automobile market.
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The Ministry of Transport has just sent a written response to the Vietnam Automobile Transport Association and the Three Regions Taxi Association proposing policies to support transport business activities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Regarding the proposal to increase the inspection period of transport business vehicles for the first cycle to 24 months and the next cycle to 12 months, the Ministry of Transport said that currently the Ministry is directing agencies and units to participate in the inspection process. To complete the draft Circular amending Circular No. 70/2015 regulating the inspection of technical safety and environmental protection of road motor vehicles. The inspection cycle of passenger cars of all kinds up to 9 seats with transportation business will be adjusted from 18 months to 24 months for the first cycle and from 6 to 12 months for the periodic cycle.
Responding to the proposal to exempt road maintenance fees until the end of this year, the Ministry of Transport said that in order to remove difficulties for those affected by the Covid-19 epidemic, Circular 112/2020 stipulates the rate of collection of a number of charges. Fees and charges to support and remove difficulties for production and business, ensure social security in response to the Covid-19 epidemic, of the Ministry of Finance, allow the reduction of road use toll rates from January 1. until the end of June 30, 2021.
“The consideration and proposal of the competent authority to extend the implementation period of Circular No. 112/2020 or permit the exemption of road use fee payment is within the competence of the Ministry of Finance. The Ministry of Transport is coordinating with the Ministry of Finance. to comment on the content of amending Circular 112/2020 and related circulars to assist in removing difficulties for production and business in response to the Covid-19 epidemic, chaired by the Ministry of Finance”, the Ministry of Transport said. .
For the proposal to have appropriate policies and mechanisms for BOT investors to reduce road use fees according to Circular No. 112/2020 of the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Transport said, Circular No. 112/2020 of the Ministry of Finance The main regulations on road use fees (tolls collected per vehicle) for transport business cars of transport enterprises, transport business cooperatives, and transport business households. The collection of road service fees is not subject to the provisions of Circular No. 112/2020, so investors are not required to follow the guidance of this Circular.
In the process of implementing the collection of road user service fees, a number of investment projects in the form of public-private partnerships managed by the Ministry of Transport have reduced road user service fees in accordance with Resolution No. No. 35 on business support and development up to 2020; reduction of road use fees for the vicinity of toll stations and some BOT projects have not been considered to increase road use prices, although it has been time to increase prices in the last 3 years.
“BOT investors are also businesses and are also affected by the Covid-19 epidemic due to the reduction of vehicle traffic through the station, which reduces revenue, affecting the financial balance of enterprises; increase interest costs and operating costs of enterprises,” said the Ministry of Transport.
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Air conditioner on a passenger vehicle is one of the really basic equipment that comes with the bus. However, not all drivers know how to use the air conditioner smartly and safely. Here are some notes to help passenger vehicle drivers use the air conditioner effectively.
Parking at a cool space
To shorten the cooling time of the air conditioner inside the coach bus, drivers should try to find a covered place to park the car. If you cannot find somewhere like that, the ideal location for parking will be under large shady trees. In case of stopping at a vacant lot, the driver should prepare and cover the vehicle with large tarpaulins or specialized sunshades. Not only keep the car cool, these covers also help to make the car’s paint color more durable, while also reducing the possibility that sunlight can affect the quality of the bus’s interior. If possible (taking into account security factors), the driver can leave the window glass ajar by 1-2 cm to allow the air in the car to circulate.
Push the hot air out with the fan
Parking 29-seat buses and 35-seat coaches outdoors for long periods of time in the mid-40 Celsius degree of summer will cause the temperature inside the vehicle to rise and can be as high as outdoor.
To reduce the heat for the passengers, before the passengers get on, as soon as the bus start moving, it is necessary to push the hot air out of the vehicle immediately by start engine, open the door and turn on the fans. This not only helps the air inside be less stuffy, but also avoids some risk of disease for the occupants, because the plastic inside the car is “burned” under high temperature to easily produce benzene – a toxin that is easily carcinogenic. After the air is cooler compared to the outside temperature, the driver then closes the car door. This helps to let the hot air inside the system be pushed out.
Set the right level of the fan
Although using fans to blow hot air out of the door before turning on the air conditioner is a great way to help the air in the car quickly cool down and be comfortable, but it does not mean that turning on the fan at the highest level will make the system of the air conditioner cool in the fastest way.
A study by Autocar.com showed that the air conditioning system achieved the coldest temperature at the average fan level instead of at the highest level. This is also easy to understand because the blower and the air conditioner are sharing the limited electricity power, if the fan is set to the highest level, the performance of the air conditioner is also reduced.
Do not set freeze level of air conditioner
Depending on the number of passengers in the vehicle, the driver should set an appropriate temperature that makes everyone feel comfortable. However, if the air inside is too cool, the gap of temperature difference between the outside and the inside will be too large. That easily cause thermal shock for passengers when getting in and out of the vehicle, especially the elderly, young children or people with medical problem related to blood pressure or heart disease. The recommended temperature level should be in the range of 25-27 degrees Celsius.
Turn off the air conditioning system before turning off the fan system
About 1-3 minutes before the end of the journey, the driver should turn off the air conditioning system on the vehicle, open the glass door slightly, but still maintain the fan system, take the outside air to gradually reduce the temperature difference.
This will not only avoid thermal shock for passengers but also increase the life of the air conditioning system and fan system.
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Despite receiving much attention, transport businesses are still facing many difficulties in accessing support from the Government.
Circular No. 70/2015 is being revised by the Ministry of Transport in the direction of adjusting the inspection cycle for passenger cars with up to 9 seats, from 18 to 24 months for the first cycle and from 6 to 12 months for the periodical cycle.
The Ministry of Transport has just been assigned by the Prime Minister the task of presiding over, reviewing and proposing policies and solutions to support passenger transport businesses facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Actually, businesses now are falling in trouble of operating related to tax and fee burden and difficulty in accessing support policies.
Many provinces and cities are suffering from the outbreaks of the epidemic had to carry out social distancing activities according to the directive of the Prime Minister in recent years. It leads to the fact that there are many businesses to be disturbed. Chairman of the Board of Directors of Tan Cang Transport Joint Stock Company – Pham Van Tai said that, the revenue of the business has decreased by more than 60%, and many employees have lost their jobs.
Besides, according to Mr. Tai, the regulations on installing cameras under Decree 10 also cost businesses more. Because the price tag of each camera set and the accompanying service fee is about 5,000,000 VND, with a fleet of hundreds of vehicles, this cost is extremely large.
The expenditure of petrol (accounting for 35% of transportation costs) is also considered as one of the big problems of enterprises. Still according to Mr. Tai, “The authorities had better use the Petroleum Stabilization Fund to support businesses at this time”.
The stalled business not only creates direct pressures from operating costs. The expenses about taxes, fees, interest, and insurance fees are also a headache for business operators. The cost of storage and yard is also another big challenge when the transportation of goods through the border gate is getting stuck, both literally and figuratively.
In fact, there have been many policies implemented by relevant ministries and agencies with the aim of removing difficulties and reducing the burden on businesses. However, to enjoy these incentives, businesses still have to pass through a lot of administrative procedures.
For instance, free road maintenance is a problem. Director of Phuc Xuyen Co., Ltd. – Mr. Doan The Xuyen said that his business currently has 300 vehicles that have stopped working, but to access the free road maintenance program, it must pass many cumbersome requirements. For example, the vehicles must be storaged for 30 days or more, and must return the badge and be confirmed by the Department of Transport. “Maybe the time between 2 times of isolation is less than 30 days, then you have to apply for a new badge. Many businesses have got to “endure” to pay even though the car is not running because they are afraid of the procedure,” Xuyen added.
For passenger transport enterprises, operating fees are still increasing in the context that the number of passengers is controlled by no more than 50%, making businesses more and more vulnerable to losses.
According to Mr. Nguyen Van Quyen, Chairman of the Vietnam Automobile Transport Association, the State’s support policies need to be researched specifically for each field, and the conditions should also be simpler.
Mr. Quyen also cited a number of policies that have been issued in the past, but businesses are still difficult to access. For example, the Ministry of Finance issued Circular 112/2020 on reducing road user fees, but BOT investors seemed to not do it, because they thought that the Ministry of Finance needed to have mechanisms and policies with investors when reducing tolls.
According to Quyen, the Government also needs to consider reducing VAT for transport businesses and cooperatives by car to 0% for the whole year of 2021, and banks should continue to lend policy packages with special preferential interest rates for transport units to restore production and business.
Mr. Quyen also suggested that the deadline for installing cameras on passenger cars and tractors should be pushed back to July 31, 2023.
Regarding the proposal to reduce BOT fees, Mr. Tran Bao Ngoc, Director of the Transport Department (Ministry of Transport), said that Circular 112 stipulates the level of road use fees (tolls collected per vehicle) for transportation business.
The collection of road service charges is not subject to the provisions of this Circular, so investors are not required to do so.
The Ministry of Transport also proposed to the Government to delay the time of sanctioning transport enterprises that do not install surveillance cameras due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Regarding the proposal to exempt the road maintenance fee payment until the end of this year, according to Mr. Ngoc, Circular 112/2020 of the Ministry of Finance allows reducing the road user fee from January 1 to the end of June 30. In 2021, this extension will be under the authority of the Ministry of Finance. The Ministry of Transport will coordinate with the Ministry of Finance to comment on the content of drafts and circulars related to regulations on the rate of collection of some fees and charges to
In particular, the Ministry of Transport has proposed to the Government to continue to have more solutions to support transport enterprises to restore production and business such as: reducing VAT to 0%, reducing 50% of corporate income tax for transport enterprises. For industries damaged by the epidemic, increase the 6-month tax payment extension for the outstanding tax amount until December 31, 2021 and do not collect fees for parking, parking, picking up passengers at airports and railway stations, reducing 50% service price via bus station with bus.
Regarding the solution to remove the vehicle inspection cycle, the Ministry of Transport is amending Circular No. 70/2015 in the direction of adjusting the inspection cycle of passenger cars of all kinds up to 9 seats with transportation business, regulated by the Ministry of Transport adjusted from 18 months to 24 months for the first cycle and from 6 to 12 months for the recurring cycle.
In addition, the Ministry of Transport also proposed that the Government delay the time to sanction transport enterprises that do not install surveillance cameras due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic.