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11 provinces acquire auto diagnostic vehicles

By M.ZOLJARGAL

The National Auto Transportation Center has granted 11 auto diagnostic vehicles, fully equipped with tools to diagnose auto transportation vehicles, to Arkhangai, Uvs, Zavkhan, Khuvsgul, Govi-Altai, Dundgovi, Sukhbaatar, Selenge, Tuv, Darkhan-Uul and Orkhon provinces on July 25. With the vehicles, diagnosing of auto transportation vehicles’ safety, and formulating technical assessment, will be available in soums.
The vehicles are UAZ model, off-road vehicles made in Russia. Equipment for the vehicles were made by auto engineers from Mongolia and Korea. Diagnostic checks will be conducted automatically, without a manual operator, to determine the conditions of a vehicle’s brake, axis, lights and amount of toxic gas emissions.

Each vehicle costs about 40 million MNT and is guaranteed for 10 years. Chief of the Orkhon Province Auto Transportation Authority, D.Bayarsaikhan, said, “Though Orkhon province has 15,000 vehicles, there was no mobile center for auto diagnosis. Thanks to the new diagnostic vehicle given to our province, we are now able to reach any soum of the province to diagnose vehicles. Therefore, incomplete, or not fully equipped vehicles will be restricted from traffic.”

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