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Courtesy visit to the Corps Marshal, by the MD/CEO of CVIS Prince Segun Obayendo.

The MD/CEO Computerized Vehicle Inspection Service (CVISPrince Segun Obayendo, pays Courtesy visit to the Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps at the FRSC National Headquarters, Abuja. Present at the meeting held on...

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First Abia State Computerized Vehicle inspection Centre, commissioned by Gov Ikpeazu

The Governor of Abia State, Gov Okezie Ikpeazu commissioned the first Abia State Computerized Vehicle Inspection Center. A step that he believes would boost the growth of transport business and...

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Temple Group Limited Hosts Annual Management Retreat 2021-Aims For Sustainability

TGL Hosts Annual Management Retreat -Aims For Sustainability

From 18th to 20th of February 2021, top management staff and key executives...

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Welcome to Kogi Computerised Vehicle Inspection Service, kindly check the below Frequently asked questioned , For further enquiries kindly contact us.

Vehicle inspection is a procedure mandated by national or sub-national governments in many developed and fast developing countries, in which a vehicle is inspected with sophisticated equipment to ensure that it conforms to regulations governing safety. Car testing will improve road safety and enhance environmental protection. Other benefits will include: • Safer, more reliable cars, longer vehicle service life & reduced fuel consumption • Reduced air and noise pollution • Potential for lower insurance premiums • Employment opportunities throughout FCT

• Based on a Vehicle Tester Manual , the following checks will be carried out to ascertain than your vehicle is road worthy: Emission Test Light Test Suspension Test Brake Test Wheel Alignment Test- (these tests are computerized). Other areas visual tests like: Under body inspection, Interior inspection, Seat belt, … etc are also carried out.

We presently have over 30 centers spread over in 7 states of the federation .see state portal for detailed addresses.

The Operation hours for inspection at all our centers are 8:0Am – 5:00pm weekdays and 9:00Am to 12:00

CLOSED on  Saturdays

No – you have to come to one of our Test Centres
If you PASS the test, you will get a Certificate for the next 12 month (For private vehicles and 6 months for Commercial vehicles) If you fail – you have to come back for a booked Retest within a 30 day window. If you miss this time window – you have to undergo an initial Test again.
No – All Vehicles are expected to undergo periodic routines inspection as applicable
• Vehicle Licence and • Vehicle Owner Certificate,receipt of payment
• Initial Test • Re Test
Vehicle Inspection focused on the vehicle only–so the owner doesn’t have to come himself, but we store the ownership details of the vehicle in our online memory bank, therefore we only need the Vehicle Owner’s Certificate to proceed.
KOCVIS is a Special Purpose Vehicle SPV set up by the Kogi state government in partnership with Temple SYC Limited a subsidiary a Temple Group Limited to work together with the state’s Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIO) to ensure that motorists are safer on the roads. We have since ensured the reduction of rickety vehicles and accidents in the state via our periodic vehicle inspection.
To improve the quality of human life by providing platform that guarantees safety on our roads.
• To enhance Federal Government efforts in reducing accident fatality rate on Nigeria roads by guarantying the worthiness of cars thereby ensuring safety.
To be the preferred inspection operator of African origin with global acceptance.
We believe that if every vehicle passes through our Computerized Vehicle Routine checks constantly, accidents and fatalities in Nigeria will be reduced by 50% 

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