The Riteve Company published this week the report on Vehicle Technical Inspection (RTV) corresponding to the 1 semester of the year
The vehicles convened for this period were individuals with license plates ending in 1 through 6, in addition to all public transport and all transport of hazardous substances.
The report indicates that 57% of those who performed RTV in the first six months of the year approved it from the first inspection, being motorcycles with the highest rate of approvals (71%), while the semi trucks have the lowest rate of approvals in that first attempt ( 27%).
Riteve strengthens its service with additional benefits.
In the recent years, many citizens have approached the Riteve stations throughout the country, whether it is their official call or not, with the intention of having a Voluntary Inspection that allows them to know the current status of the vehicle.
Faced with the growing interest in this service, Riteve has developed several added values in order to meet even more the needs of vehicle owners and drivers.
The motorcycles have the highest rate of approvals
Due to the closing of the first quarter, Riteve presented the report about the Vehicular Technical Inspection in which the avoidance is highlighted again. A total of 112.289 cars that needed to have their VTI done during this first quarter closed the quarter without their inspection approved.
The vehicles with the official call for these months were cars with license plates ending in 1 through 4 as well as the public transport and the transport of hazardous substances with license plates ending in 1 through 4 and from 6 through 9.
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The company Riteve, in conjunction with the Costa Rican Fire Department and with the support of the Traffic Police and the Consejo Nacional de Seguridad Vial (Cosevi), launched a campaign to raise awareness about the increase of vehicles that catch fire.
The Fire Department attends 2 to 3 cases of fire in vehicles every day. It is an incident that is on the rise due to the fact that the previous year there were 859 cases and for this year 2019 there are already 200.
The vehicle fleet that attended to the periodic inspections during 2018 consisted of 64% of automobiles, 13% of light load vehicles and 13% of motorcycles. The other inspections include heavy load vehicles, public transport and special equipment.
The 55% of these vehicles inspected approved the Vehicle Technical Inspection (VTI) in the first inspection. Of the vehicles that atended the inspection this year, 60% did so in the corresponding month, 25% did so one or two months later and 15% did with more than three months of delay.
Riteve Reminds the Importance of “Traveling Safe to School”
With the beginning of the
school year, Riteve reminds the importance of taking care of the students who
travel on school buses. This is why Riteve invites parents to confirm the good condition
of the school transport they hire for their children by using a guide which
helps to do a visual inspection on the school bus.
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Deputy Communication Manager and Spokesperson for Riteve SyC