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DUBAI – In a world first, Dubai will be rolling out an initiative called Vehicle Chain project to help the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and buyers track the full history of a vehicle.
“The Vehicle Chain project will bring all the stakeholders such as manufacturers, dealers, workshops, insurers, licensing authorities, police and vehicles owners on a single platform,” said Abullah Yousuf Al Ali, CEO of RTA’s Licensing Agency.
Al Ali said the project will bring “much needed transparency in the auto industry, especially in the used car market”.
He said it is currently difficult to get credible information about repairs and damages that a vehicle has gone through.
“The Vehicle Chain system will give people all the information about a vehicle right from the minute it rolled out the factory,” said Al Ali.
He did not reveal when the project will be implemented, but said it was in the pipeline. GAD/Expat Media
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