Under the permission of the Ministry of Transport and Communications, the Road and Transport Administration Department (RTAD) will resume its operations and services across the country on 8 June, according to RTAD.
The vehicle owners have to make online booking starting from 5 June through www.rtad.gov.mm website at least one day ahead or maximum 30 days at Yangon region head office, regional branch office (Ywarthagyi), district office (Yangon west, east, north and south), regional head office (Mandalay), district office (Mandalay south and north) and regional head office (Bago).
Applying for online booking can avoid the crowd of the people. Those who apply for registration via online booking must come as per their schedule.
Moreover, the RTAD offices will provide their service with every Saturday as well. The online booking can be applied for on Saturday as of last week of September. The detailed information will be available in www.motc.gov.mm, www.myanmarrtad.com and www.rtad.gov.mm websites. Also, the information will be available in RTAD HQ Facebook, according to the RTAD. On 25 March, RTAD suspended its services to prevent the crowd and spreading of coronavirus. Then, RTAD resumed its operation for initial registration service in Ywarthagyi, Htauk Kyant in Yangon region, Nap Pyi Taw and Mandalay on 11 May.
RTAD is aimed at ensuring road safety and so the vehicles will be inspected if they are abiding by the road safety rules. Registration will be granted only to those vehicles that abide by the rules and regulations. And the driver licence will also be issued only to those who follow the rules and regulations.
Negotiations with the related departments will be made to collect the charges under the government laws, rules and regulations.
At present, there are over 1.1 million vehicles registered across the country, and more than 540,000 vehicles are registered in Yangon region. —Nyein Nyein (Translated by Hay Mar)