Lima, December 14, 2021Updated on 12/14/2021 05:55 pm
The Superintendency of Land Transportation of People, Cargo and Merchandise (Sutran) closed, again, four premises of the Lidercon Peru technical inspection center for continuing to provide the vehicle technical inspection service, despite not having a valid authorization and being unable to obtain a new authorization that allows it to provide the service throughout the country .
In a statement, the entity detailed that the measure was executed after verifying that the aforementioned company continued to operate illegally and issue invalid certificates, since it registers a sanction of cancellation of authorization and closure of premises, which were previously imposed on it for not allowing inspection work.
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The premises closed during the mega-operation, carried out in coordination with the National Police of Peru (PNP), are located in Villa El Salvador, Cercado de Lima, San Martín de Porres and San Juan de Lurigancho.
Sutran remarked that, in addition to the violation for not allowing the inspection work, Lidercon has also incurred a total of four violations of the National Regulation of Vehicle Technical Inspections (RNITV).
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“It should be noted that the control and sanction functions exercised in due course by the Sutran have been supported by separate judicial pronouncements, both at the level of the Judiciary and the Tribunal of the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)“Said the entity.
Therefore, he asked citizens to go to the vehicle technical inspection centers (CITV) that are duly authorized and not to the aforementioned premises, since they do not have authorization to issue certificates.
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A driver can find out if the vehicle technical inspection center of his choice is authorized or if his issued certificates are valid through the following link: http://portal.mtc.gob.pe/reportedgtt/form/frmConsultaCITV.aspx
Sutran He warned that the fine for driving a vehicle that does not have a valid vehicle technical inspection certificate amounts to S / 2,200 (50% of a UIT). It also includes the internment of the vehicle and the increase of 50 negative points in the driver’s record.
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