Many cars have been registered before Tet
At 14:00 on the same day, at the 50-03S Motor Vehicle Registration Center (National Highway 13, Thu Duc City), there are 6 cars and trucks being registered. Outside, there were just over a dozen cars waiting for their turn.
Exchange with Youth OnlineMr. Do Van Dong – director of the center – said that the center had started working again from the 6th of Tet (January 27).
From that day until now, the number of vehicles arriving for registration has decreased gradually, there is no longer a long line of vehicles lining up day and night, “waiting” all the way to Highway 13 (about 250m from the place of inspection).
According to Mr. Dong, the reason why the number of registered cars has decreased is largely because people buy cars before Tet, and business cars have also registered before Tet according to the operating cycle.
Before the Lunar New Year, the registration centers also increased their shifts, contributing to reducing the “congestion” of registered vehicles. Up to now, people can freely go to the registration center directly.
“At the peak, the center could register up to 200-250 vehicles per day, but now there are only about a quarter (ie 50-60 cars per day).
In order to ensure convenient registration for people, instead of all lines, human resources go to work and return at fixed hours, now the center leaves a separate line on duty, extending working time, ready to overtime if the vehicle is still waiting for registration,” said the director of the 50-03S Motor Vehicle Registration Center.
Go to the center to check in
At some other registration centers, the number of vehicles waiting for registration has also decreased. Engineers and conveyor belts are also “more relaxed” than the “stressful” time before the Lunar New Year.
Mr. Nguyen Viet Binh (driver) shared: “I don’t know how to register for online registration, but I read in the newspaper that the phone number of the center is available, so I called and made an appointment directly to the registration. When I got there, I entered the registry. no need to wait long”.
Previously, in Ho Chi Minh City in the last days of December 2022, early January 2023, a series of registration centers “suddenly” closed and stopped working, causing the remaining centers to be overloaded, leading to many cars having to wait in long lines, waiting all day and night to be… registered.