UAE | Traffic and Transport

Tasjeel extends working hours at Al Qusais site

Tasjeel is evaluating the possibility of extending the working hours at its other sites too

  • Staff Report
  • Published: 15:22 April 20, 2010

A workshop mechanic conducts a pre-registration check on a car at a 'Tasjeel' centre
  • Image Credit: Gulf News archives
  • A workshop mechanic conducts a pre-registration check on a car at a 'Tasjeel' centre in Dubai.

Dubai: Tasjeel, a joint venture of ENOC and Road Transport Authority (RTA) for speedy and hassle-free vehicle testing and registration services, has extended the working hours at its Al Qusais site from 7 am to 12 am, working through three shifts.

Motorists now have the convenience of meeting all their vehicle testing and registration service needs through extended hours thus reducing waiting time and speeding up the process. Tasjeel is evaluating the possibility of extending the working hours at its other sites too.

Ayas Bin Hendi, General Manager of Tasjeel, said: “The extended working hours at our Al Qusais has been implemented to further enhance customer convenience. It is part of our strategy to implement more customer-friendly services.”

The Tasjeel Qusais site, earlier functioning only till 9 pm, will have three shifts and will offer the entire range of services.

Tasjeel offers a wide range of facilities for customers to complete the vehicle testing and registration process swiftly.

The amenities include an ENOC/EPPCO service station, convenience store, insurance booth, document typing booth and number plate factory.

The Tasjeel sites are in Al Qusais, Al Barsha, Al Aweer, Warsan, Sharjah Auto Village, Jebel Ali, Khorfakkan and Hatta.

Tasjeel, last year, celebrated its tenth anniversary and also introduced its second mobile vehicle inspection service where registration cards can be issued at customers’ premises.

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