The following stations have been suspended: Global Clearwater, Global Mayfair, Motorcity, Booysens, Orlando, Global Martindale, Global Vereeniging, Kenmare 2, Gauteng, Global Autocity, River Park, Global Edenvale, Roete 23, VTS SA PTA West, Global Randburg, Meyerton, Vereeniging, Vanderbijlpark, Sandton, Randburg, Waltloo, Carletonville, Centurion and Heidelberg.
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Gauteng Roads and Transport suspends 24 licenses of Vehicle Testing Stations

Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi, announced that the department has suspended the licenses of 24 private and public Vehicle Testing Stations (VTS) in the province. “The 24 testing stations have failed to comply with relevant regulations relating

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Gauteng Roads & Transport suspends 24 licenses of Vehicle Testing Stations! See which stations have been suspended -
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