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NTSA releases a guideline on how to transfer motor vehicle ownership

National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) roll out a guideline on how to transfer motor vehicle ownership on eCitizen.

According to the National Transport and Safety Authority, for a successful process, both seller and buyer must activate their E-Citizens accounts.

The transfer process is the change of ownership of a motor vehicle from the current owner (seller) to a new owner (buyer).

The seller of the vehicle is required to initiate the transfer process.

The seller is required to log into the E-Citizen account and then select NTSA service portal (New), navigate the Home page, and select the specific vehicle you want to transfer.

Thereafter, go to the motor vehicles service, select vehicle transfer then click apply.

You will need to upload the original logbook colour (PDF) then fill in the new owner details and submit to pay for the transfer of ownership.

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Finally, go to the Home page, notification tab to accept the consent notification.

After the seller has initiated the transfer process, the buyer should log into the E-Citizen account, select NTSA service portal (New), go to the home page click the notification tab to accept/decline the consent notification.

The next step is to fill in the required details click preview, scroll down, and tick the declaration box then click preview and submit for approval.

NTSA said the charges will depend on the cubic centimetres (CC) ratings of the motor vehicle.

The transfer of motor vehicle ownership will take three working days.

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