Kazakhstan has created an electronic passport for cars!
On April 1, JSC "NIT", together with the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development and the Ministry of Digital Development of Kazakhstan launched the national system "Electronic passport of vehicles". The presence of an electronic document will make it safer to sell or buy a car throughout the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union.
Electronic passports will contain a technical description of the vehicle, information about the owner, registration actions, restrictions and encumbrances, salvage payments, customs restrictions and customs clearance, road accidents and technical inspection.
The electronic document will be issued for imported and new cars, as well as, at the request of car owners, for already registered cars
According to Rostislav Konyashkin, Chairman of the Board of JSC "NIT", the digital document will reduce cases of fraud in the sale and purchase of vehicles and provide future car owners with the security of the transaction.
"Due to the verification in the central database of the EAEU, it will be possible to identify duplicate wine codes, which will prevent the population from buying problematic cars," he reports. As the vehicle is operated, the vehicle passport will be up to date and any changes will be tracked by the system. The availability of reliable information about the vehicle will make the process of selling or buying a car more transparent for car owners throughout the territory of the EAEU member states.
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