The Driver and Vehicle License Authority (DVLA) will, in the coming days, deploy a mobile van to register and renew licenses for drivers and other clients remotely. The facility is being supported by the World Bank and is expected to enhance the service delivery of the authority. Western Region Director for the DVLA, Emmanual Narh told Skyy News that some key institutions including tertiary educational institutions, corporate bodies, and among others, will be given this treat at their convenience and affordable rates.
According to him, the service [Express Mobile Services] comes with an added feature that guarantees clients of quality service and efficiency in terms of processing applications.
“…whether you will get the time to come to our office or not, we saying that you sit at your office, list the names of the people you wish to be registered, send it to us and schedule an appointment with us. We will get there with our mobile van and the team and render such services for you.
“This will spare you the inconveniences associated with leaving your place of work and joining the queue to access our service,” he noted.
Mr. Narh emphasized that these innovations are being adopted so they could match up with global standards. He added that the transition in terms of technology usage has become a remarkable feature of the authority, and thus promised users and clients of enjoying top-notch services from their facilities.