OFFINSO DVLA MARKS CUSTOMER SERVICE WEEK.
Driver and Vehicle
Licensing Authority (DVLA) is a public-sector organisation under the Ministry of Transport. It was established in 1999 by an Act of Parliament (Act 569), 1999. DVLA replaced the Vehicle Examination and Licensing Division (VELD).
By the Act, DVLA is to provide a regulated framework for an enhanced and more effective administration of drivers and vehicles. DVLA was weaned off government subvention in March, 2016.
Its key stakeholders are the Motor Transport and Traffic Department (MTTD) of Ghana Police Service; Transport Associations; National Road Safety Commission; Ghana National Insurance Commission; Ghana Automobile Distribution Association; Government Technical Training Centre; National Drivers Academy, the Judiciary and the Motoring Public.
The DVLA is awarding it workers to honour them for their hard work in the year 2021 .
Speaking in an interview with the trending news media the district manager for DVLA at Offinso in the Ashanti region Mr.Erastmus Baah indicated that as part of measures to improve customer experience, the Authority continuously explore better ways of delivering it’s services through the use of modern technology.
According to him, the achievement confirms the positive transformation that has taken place at DVLA.
He therefore urged Ghanaians who use unlicensed vehicles in the country to register it as matter of urgency as the DVLA offices are opened..
SOURCE : OSEMPAKANI OHENE SOMUAH, Time FM, Offinso.