Companies and Institutions Get Together Dengue

“We also win this battle together”

The Riteve company in alliance with the Ministerio de Ambiente y Energía, Ministry of Health, Fundellantas and Ecoins remind the population that; in addition to the Covid-19, there is another battle to face against the Dengue and “we also win this battle together”.

This initiative is part of an ongoing Tire Collection campaign maintained by these institutions since 2018, but this campaign is even more important at a time when Dengue cases increase and the authorities are fighting against Covid-19 at the same time. For this reason, they have given a campaign with messages in different media and social networks.

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750 families received support from the Solidarity Project

An effort by Riteve along with the Public Police and Transit Police.

A total of 750 families received one bag of groceries from the Solidarity Project developed by Riteve during this previous week in partnership with the Public Police and Transit Police. These aids were generated in response to the crisis that many families are going through due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Most of the stations will open from 6 to 6 from Monday to Sunday

If you have a VTI appointment, you can get around even if you have the license plate restriction

The latest health guidelines generated some adjustments for the Vehicle Technical Inspection (VTI). The first of these is that most stations will assist from 6 am to 6 pm from Monday to Sunday starting this week (Except Liberia which will be from 6 am to 6 pm from Monday to Saturday and the Central Mobile from 8 am to 5 pm Monday to Saturday).

With the extension of this schedule, a good number of appointments are opened which makes it possible for users to get one faster.

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Riteve, Public Police and Traffic Police Team Up to Take Food to 750 Families

Under the name of Solidarity Project, the Riteve company will donate 750 bags of groceries that; along with the Public Force and Traffic police, will be distributed to the families in need in the neighboring communities of the 17 Riteve Stations located throughout the country.

This project arises during the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and it tries not only to support families who have been affected in their financial income, but also to motivate and encourage more companies and organizations across the country to join this solidarity campaign.

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Riteve Strengthens Efforts: New Options for Rescheduling is Available

Facing the new schedule of the Sanitary Restriction, Riteve is doing many efforts to keep giving the service of the inspection in the shortest time possible; just as this service has been characterized.

As it has already been mentioned, the Vehicular Technical Inspection (VTI) is procedure of road safety that must go on, and that it is more important in the middle of the crisis since it is essential to avoid accidents now that the security and health authorities are in charge of the control of the COVID-19.

The RTV stations are working just by appointment and with only one person per vehicle; among other regulations of social distancing and hygiene,  from 8am to 5pm from Monday through Friday. With the recent guidelines of Sanitary Restriction by the license plate number, some users will have to reschedule their appointment either because of their license plate number or because they have it scheduled on a Saturday. This is why RTV has opened a special schedule (from 6am to 8am) to reschedule these spaces in the shortest time possible. Later, the general schedule will be from 6am to 5pm Monday through Friday.

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como para los usuarios. “Estamos sumamente comprometidos con lo que las autoridades requieran en este momento de crisis y vamos a seguir haciendo un esfuerzo enorme para ejecutar todo lo que sea necesario y ser parte de esa unión de fuerzas que necesita el país para salir adelante.” puntualizó Hidalgo.

Reduced Schedule and Only by Appointment.

Since the covid19 crisis began, Riteve has activated a series of protocols to make the Vehicular Technical Inspection (VTI) process as safe as possible. These measures have been updated daily according to the authorities’ guidelines and the advance of the pandemic.

On Wednesday, new provisions were announced in coordination with the Ministerio de Obras Pública y Tránsportes (MOPT) and the Consejo de Seguridad Vial (COSEVI), which will be applied starting next Monday, March 30th. This is a reduction in service hours, which will now be from 8am to 5pm (Monday through Saturday) at all stations in the country. In addition, clients will only be assisted by appointment.

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RITEVE informs about the preventive measures because of the Covid-19

Since last week, in Riteve we already implemented a wide protocol for users and partners protection in compliance with the authorities’ call to face everybody together the public health problem derived from the Covid-19. It includes the procedures of hand washing, constant cleaning of the facilities, the use of alcohol gel in all the inspection lines and common use areas, regulation of the amount of people at the reception; among other measures.

This protocol is constantly updated based on the information provide by the authorities that are handling the crisis. That is why every week; along with the Ministerio de Obras Públicas y Transportes (our governing body), it was decided to vary the way in which the internal inspection is done, this is to contribute to the containment of this pandemic.

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At ICODER Summer Schools

Pilot School seeks to train responsible drivers

As part of the Summer Schools developed by the Instituto del Deporte y la Recreación (ICODER) (Institute of Sports and Recreation) in the Metropolitano park in the Sabana, the Federación Costarricense de los Motores (FECOM) (Costa Rican Motor Federation)  will teach the Pilot School which objective; in addition to promoting sports, is the training of future responsible drivers.

For this purpose, FECOM has also incorporated the road and environment education program of RITEVE called “Learn with Búmper”, which has been developed in schools across the country for several years.

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Riteve leads project with several institutions

Road signs reached Chira Island.

The Riteve company is leading an initiative in which, with the participation of the Public Force, Transit Engineering, the Municipality of Puntarenas and the Chira Island Development Association, they set out to place the vertical traffic signals in the main Areas. As the residents of this island remember, there haven´t been road signs on its streets for at least 25 or 30 years and this has meant a great risk of accidents.

“The most important thing about this project is that it brings together the participation of everyone, each entity contributed the resource it has, demonstrating once again the positive accomplishment of public-private partnerships. For Riteve, it is really a pride to start from this project and we hope it brings a lot of safety for all the inhabitants of the island,” said Jennifer Hidalgo, Deputy Manager of Communication and Social Responsibility at Riteve.

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196 thousand vehicles still do not have RTV

The official call for the Vehicle Technical Inspection (VTI) concluded  in  October,  it means that by now all private vehicles should have approved this year’s inspection.  However, 196  885 motor vehicles do not have such approval.

According to the license plate number of the vehicles that end in 0 are the ones that have the most lag since 43 377  of them do not have this current requirement.

This data raises great concern since all these vehicles could be driving on our roads without their owners knowing their car condition in depth, or after a serious defect had been detected in them, which prevented them from approving the inspection.

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