Ho Chi Minh City has multiple motor vehicle registration centers offering 27 inspection lines in total.
To meet the inspection needs of people, these centers operate for up to 20 hours a day, including overtime on Saturdays and Sundays. They have a maximum inspection capacity of 1,830 vehicles per day.
There are ten registration centers located in HCM City.
There are three transport centers operating under the City Department of Transport.
- 50-01S (Lot 13, Street 7, Tan Tao Industrial Park Expansion, Tan Tao A Ward, Binh Tan District).
- 50-02S (343/20 Lac Long Quan, Ward 5, District 11).
- 50-03S (79 National Highway 13, Hiep Binh Chanh ward, Thu Duc city).
The Vietnam Register Department directly oversees registration centers.
- 50-04V (Lot H4, Street G, Cat Lai Industrial Park – Cluster 2, Thanh My Loi Ward, Thu Duc City).
- 50-05V (1A Hong Ha, Ward 2, Tan Binh District).
- 50-06V (118 Huynh Tan Phat, Tan Thuan Tay ward, district 7).
Private registration centers
- 50-08D (218/42 TA28 Street, Thoi An Ward, District 12).
- 50-12D (D3/16G, Quarter 4, Tan Tuc Town, Binh Chanh District).
- 50 – 13D (A5/20H6 Tran Dai Nghia, hamlet 1, Tan Kien commune, Binh Chanh district).
- 50-14D (No. 5A, National Highway 22, Xuan Thoi Son commune, Hoc Mon district).
Registration centers are now implementing a system where vehicle owners can schedule appointments and obtain tickets in order to avoid delays caused by traffic jams during inspections.
Prior to inspections, vehicle owners and businesses should take a proactive approach by checking, maintaining, and repairing their vehicles. This is crucial to ensure that the vehicles are always in optimal working condition and compliant with safety and environmental regulations. By doing so, vehicle owners and businesses can be well-prepared for inspections.