Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Govt. to crackdown on importation of faulty Japanese vehicles
By Sancheska Brown
A radiation inspection is now mandatory, amongst other requirements
NASSAU, BAHAMAS – More than 17,000 vehicles were imported last year, and nearly 80 per cent of those were from Japan, revealed Labour Minister Dion Foulkes on Monday. The government has therefore partnered with the EAA company in Japan to implement a Pre-Export Verification of Conformity Programme, to ensure that all Japanese vehicles are safe before they are exported to other countries.
One of the new mandatory requirements is a radiation inspection. Read more >>