Fiji Land Transport Authority (Fiji LTA) has appointed JEVIC for the inspection conduct of used vehicles exported from Japan to Fiji and Verification of used vehicles to exported from Japan, New Zealand, and Australia for use on the roads of Fiji.
Commencement Date in JP, NZ, AUS: 1st October 2019
The inspection will appraise the motor vehicle’s condition, including structural, age, odometer, stolen vehicle, battery and biosecurity aspects.
All units will be required to be brought into certified facilities for inspection.
The inspection is mandatory, and vehicles arriving from the countries of inspection without certification will not be eligible for registration.
Please note that this Certification is in addition to all other requirements for vehicle registration and does not guarantee a vehicle’s import approval into Fiji.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information.
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b. Undercarriage Inspection using an inspection ramp
c. Odometer verification inspection
d. Stolen Vehicle Checks
e. Vehicle confirmation to Euro 4 standards
f. Emission test using LTA Approved Equipment and Standards
g. Checking of electrical modifications and visible electrical wirings
h. Checking of engine warning light and engine warning sensors
i. Carrying out Battery Diagnostics for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
j. Any other relevant checks on specialized vehicles agreed upon by both parties
k. Translation - case by case for investigations purposes
l. Photos (12) as per the JEVIC appraisal certificate
m. Appraisal certificate provided
n. Biosecurity inspection for gross contamination only
o. Online access to the certificate data
b. Puts a stop on odometer tampering.
c. Ensures quality investment.
d. Ensures vehicle safety on roads.
e. Avoids adverse health impacts due to emissions and radiation.
f. Avoids unnecessary hassles for service and maintenance of substandard vehicles.
g. Gives the option of reviewing the appraisal report prior to purchase of vehicles
h. Highlights issues (if any) so that it can be easily rectified.
i. Gives a good representation of the physical condition of the vehicles with pictures and drawings.
j. Puts a stop to confidence fraud.
5. How can I know whether the vehicle I want to buy has been inspected by JEVIC?
JEVIC inspected vehicles have an inspection sticker placed on the vehicle windscreen and an appraisal report issued to the importer electronically.
b. Promotes marketability to customers
c. Enhances Dealer reputation.
d. Reduces customer complains.
e. Avoids unnecessary problems caused due to sub-standard vehicles.
b. New Zealand - Auckland, Lower Hutt, Christchurch
c. Australia - Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney
a. Undercarriage Inspection on a ramp – previous inspections were carried in situ without the use of ramps.
b. Emission Testing using Equipment – previous scope included only visual inspection using the 10 second rule.
c. Checking electrical modifications and visible electrical wirings.
d. Checking engine warning light and sensors.
e. Carrying out Battery Diagnostics for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
f. Other relevant checks on specialized vehicles
b. New Zealand - JEVIC NZ
Phone : +6499661777
c. Australia - JEVIC NZ
Phone : +6499661777