In the statement made by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of the Republic of Turkey; “After the normalization process entered after the Corona virus (COVID-19) measures in our country, in order to prevent the density of the citizens who bring their vehicles to inspection at vehicle inspection stations and to minimize the possible effect of the virus on our citizens, between 03/04/2020 - 03/07/2020. The inspection period of the vehicles whose inspection period has expired and could not be inspected until 17/08/2020 has been extended until 5/30/09, provided that 2020% delay fee is not charged. " statements were included.
In a written statement made by TÜVTÜRK: Referring to the letter of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure dated 11.08.2020 and numbered 80465175-225.03-E.44132, in order to prevent the spread of Corona virus (COVID-19) at vehicle inspection stations and to minimize its effect on our citizens; PROVISIONAL Article 03 added to the Regulation on the Regulation on the Opening, Operation, and Vehicle Inspection of Vehicle Inspection Stations published in the Official Gazette dated 04/2020/31088 and numbered 2 "Due to the COVID-19 epidemic that has been declared a Pandemic by the World Health Organization. Motor vehicle owners who fail to carry out the inspection of vehicles whose inspection period has expired in accordance with Article 14 of this Regulation, within three months from the date of entry into force of this article, can perform their vehicle inspection procedures within 45 days from the end of this period. These periods can be extended by the Ministry when necessary. " the judgment is superior.
Accordingly, the 03-day period mentioned in the Provisional Article 04 of the Regulation, in order to carry out the inspections of the vehicles whose vehicle inspection period has expired between 2020/03/07 and 2020/17/08 and whose inspections cannot be carried out until 2020/2/45, until 30/09/2020. It has been deemed appropriate to extend until.
During this time, our stations across Turkey continue to serve. TC currently required hygiene measures in addition to all our stations across Turkey set by the Ministry of Health and implemented measures have been taken.