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How to Register a Motorcycle in Kenya
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|How to Register a Motorcycle in Kenya by Kenyans247(1): Fri Mar 2020 09:33am|
To register a motorcycle in Kenya, one must:-
Make sure you have a Log Book or Registration Document for the motorcycle in your name; it is a book that shows all the technical and ownership information about motorbike like the motor registration number, the engine and chassis numbers;
Get a license for the motor vehicle: Go to the official license plate office and get the motorcycle license plates made;
Pay for insurance; and
Then purchase a road license sticker and place on the front wind space of your Motorcycle.
Any Proof of ownership like transfer forms or purchase documents.
Office Locations & Contacts
Kenya Revenue Authority
Times tower, Haile selassie Avenue
Postal Address: 48240-00100
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure,
Transcom House NGONG ROAD
P.o Box 52692 - 00200
Whoever owns a motorcycle is eligible to apply for registration.
Fixed charges for every Motorcycle brought into Kenya is Ksh.1500
Insurance 500 per a Motorcycle (this differs depending on insurance company, duration, and vehicle type).
License Plate Ksh1000
As long as the Motorcycle is not transferred, registration is valid.
The process of registration takes about one to two days.
Application form must be filled by owner;
Must fill in all the required information in the application form
One must have a 10 digit Tax Identification Number (TIN).
Motorcycle registration number
Full name and address of owner of owner
Need for the Document
In Kenya, the use of motorcycles by private individuals had existed for a long time. Although many used it for private purposes, a few made use of it to transport farm produce and to hawk their goods like bread, medicines,newspapers etc
This is was due to the fact that , many motor transport operators could not afford by that time to invest in the procurement of new vehicles. Some of the operators resorted to the use of imported second hand vehicles, which were equally expensive and in some cases unserviceable. The economic depression of the 1980s thus set the stage for the introduction of an affordable means of intra-city transport. This was found in the use of motorcycles.
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