The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has begun issuing the new generation vehicle number plates.
The digital number plates, which were launched mid-2022, come with inbuilt security features that allow for the tracing of car ownership by law enforcement agencies.
It will be handy for police to easily trace a car in the event it is involved in committing crime.
The plates feature the Kenyan Flag and an NTSA Serial Number. Other features;
- QR Code
- New Font
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to apply for the new generation digital number plates.
How to Apply for the New Generation Digital Number Plates
1: Visit NTSA website-The first step to applying for the new generation digital number plates is to visit the NTSA website here
2: Once you are on the NTSA website, select “Vehicle registration” and then “apply for reflective plate.”
3: Select your vehicle from the list you have and click on “next.”
4: Choose Reason for Application In this next step, select the reason for your application as “NEW GENERATION PLATE.”
5: Upload Original Logbook and Plates -Upload a PDF form of your original logbook and plates, both the rear and front.
6: Number Plate Format -Choose your preferred number plate format between oblong and square.
7: Notification Method-Select your preferred notification method, eg SMS.
8: Collection Centre– Select the collection center and the ID of the person who will collect the plates.
9: Make Payment-The final step is to make the payment of KES 3050.
10: Once the payment is made, you will receive a collection notification within 7 days.
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