Works Ministry Takes Over Motor vehicle Registration From URA

Uganda Revenue Authority ‘URA’ has today handed over motorvehicle registration to Ministry of works and Transport (MoWT) following the Government decision to transfer the administration and management of the Motor Vehicle Registration function.

The mandate to register and license motor vehicles in Uganda will be a responsibility of the Ministry of Works and Transport today.

URA in the interim will remain responsible for motor vehicle customs clearance and first time registration (Issue of first time number plates for newly imported motor vehicles), therefore all post registration processes under the Domestic Taxes Department in URA will immediately be handed over to the Ministry of works and Transport effective 3rd November 2021.

The transfer of Motor vehicle administration to the Ministry of Works is intended to improve service delivery to the public. This will be made possible through the joint development and implementation of Integration capabilities of the various systems including; the interface between motor vehicle records archiving system, e-Tax system, ASYCUDA world, e- platform service desk system, client queue management system and the automated licensing system.

During the transition URA will continue to offer technical support to the MoWT and jointly continue to update the public on every available information. The public buvlic has also been urged to embrace the move for better service delivery.

The transfer of Motor vehicle administration to the Ministry of Works is intended to improve service delivery to the public.

“This will be made possible through the joint development and implementation of Integration capabilities of the various systems including; the interface between motor vehicle records archiving system, e-Tax system, ASYCUDA world, e- platform service desk system, client queue management system and the automated licensing system,” URA said, adding that during this transition, URA will continue to offer technical support to the MoWT and jointly continue to update the public on every available information.

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