Georgia to ban registration of right-hand drive vehicles

Georgia to ban registration of right-hand drive vehicles
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  • calendar-gray 10 January 2020

Starting from April 1, 2020, Georgia will introduce changes in the technical inspection of right-hand drive vehicles and in which the steering gear was moved, APA reports quoting Georgian media.

In particular, for cars imported with right-hand drive, drivers will have to maintain the position of the steering wheel, otherwise, after April 1, cars with the steering gear shifted will not be able to undergo periodic maintenance.

According to the Land Transport Agency, the ban will apply to cars with right-hand drive, which will be registered for the first time on April 1, 2020.

Cars registered before April 1, 2020 will undergo periodic maintenance without problems.

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