The time to ensure that your vehicle is road worthy and in compliance with the motor vehicle road regulation of Grenada is here again.
Motor vehicle inspection began on January 2 and will continue until June 30th.
Sergeant Anthony Calliste says during this period the traffic department of the Royal Grenada Police Force will be scrutinizing all vehicles that operate on public roads, looking for violations that include broken lights and smooth tyres.
Sergeant Calliste explained that the inspection and registration period will be conducted in four cycles throughout the tri-island state.
Last year the RGPF reported an increase in vehicles on the roads.
To assist with the process that can be lengthy, people are encouraged to examine their vehicle and ensure it is in compliance with the law before having it inspected by the police.