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Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 4:42am On May 30
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTICULARS

The local government particulars are a set of documents that vehicles used for commercial purposes are expected to procure in order to operate within a local government area.

They are usually valid from January 1 to December 31 every year.

They include the following documents:

* Board of Internal Revenue

* Hackney Permit

* Commerce and Industry

* Sanitation/Effluent Discharge

* Interstate/Road User Tax

* Vehicle Commodity

* Heavy/Light Duty

* Loading & Offloading Permit

* Desert Encroachment/Soil Erosion

* Agricultural Levy

* Commodity Development Levy

* Auto trade Certificate for Vehicles

* Identification (CFI)

* Gateway Bye pass

*Consolidated Gaseous Emission Permit

* Consolidated Basket Clearance

* Driver's/Conductor's Badge

* State Carriage Permit

* Local Government Identification Tag

* Trade Association Particulars
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 4:01pm On May 31
PROCESS OF OBTAINING A TINTED PERMIT

1. Fill the Application form online to obtain an Application ID.

2. Complete the Application Process by Login in with email provided and the Application ID.

3. Complete the Bio-Data form when logged-in and provide the details of the Vehicle you want to obtain a Tinted Permit for.

4. Take the Print-out to any Police Command, to capture your biometrics and collection of your Tinted Permit Certificate.



NOTE: TINTED PERMIT IS ISSUED TO MOTOR VEHICLE(S) WITH FACTORY-FITTED TINTED GLASS ONLY

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Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 5:09am On Jun 01
owolabi5:
HOW TO DETECT FAKE CAR DOCUMENTS (1)

As an experienced person who has been dealing with vehicle documents for long, I can detect a fake without any hassle.

I must confess, charlatans who peddle fake car papers have upped their ante in recent times due to advancing technologies. Nevertheless a fake will always be an imitation of the original. One of my favourite quotes is "the original never knew his worth until the fake showed up."

FACTORS TO CONSIDER

- VALIDATION WEBSITES: The best way to detect a fake document is to verify it online. Some notable websites are:

Vehicle Licence - verify.autoreg.ng

https://nvis.frsc.gov.ng/numberplateverification

Insurance - www.askniid.org

- COLOURED PHOTOCOPY: With the advent of the modern photocopier, con men have used the opportunity to make clones of the original copy. They print the respective information over the duplicates. However some caper papers have embedded security features that the fakes can't match. Important things to note here are the font size, over all layout, the sharpness and attached nylon gum(if any - check the perfection of the cut).
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 9:23am On Jun 02
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY A TRUCK:




1. Allocation of Registration Number



2. Proof of Ownership Certificate



3. Central Motor Registry (CMR) paper (Optional for some states)



4. Road Worthiness Certificate



5. Auto Insurance (Third Party or Comprehensive)



6. Vehicle Licence


7. Hackney Permit/State Carriage


8. Heavy Duty Permit


9. Truck and Trailer Permit
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 6:07am On Jun 03
ABUJA PLATE NUMBERS AND THEIR LOCAL COUNCILS:

RSH = Karshi Area Council

RBC = Rubuchi Admin council

KWL = Kwali Area Council

KUJ = Kuje Area Council

ABC = Abuja Municipal Council

ABJ = Abaji Area Council

BWR = Bwari Area Council
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 5:14am On Jun 04
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY AN E-HAILING CAR SERVICE SUCH AS UBER/BOLT/OCAR:


The current clampdown of VIO officials in Lagos State on the e-hailing car services providers has been going on for more than three years.

My former thread that was deleted by the Moderators featured a topic similar to these where I listed valid documents to be procured by these service providers in order to avoid disruptions on their journey.

The genesis of the confrontations can be traced to the Yellow Taxi Cabs who noticed their business was been taken over by "a largely informal and unregulated innovative disruption". The Yellow Taxi Cab operators were required to repaint their vehicles to the famous yellow colour before obtaining an (expensive) operating licence, hackney permit, six-month roadworthiness certificate and LASDRI card while the modern, trendy and superior e-hailing service providers weren't.

The new generation App-driven service evaded this strict regulations and were highly profitable because they had a better business model. This drew the envy of the leaders of the Cab drivers who were also members of the NURTW - a very strong (financially and politically) pressure group. They used their connections in the Lagos State Government to eliminate the threats posed by the tech-driven car service providers.

As the news of the profits declared weekly by the Uber/Bolt drivers spread, more people joined as driver/partner owners while the Yellow cab taxi drivers resulted to carrying passengers with goods in order to survive.

The recent wave of persecutions may not be unconnected to the new minimum wage structure and the massive drive by government to meet up with the monthly salary and also put in place the necessary infrastructures. Thus creating new revenue models, the recent increment in VAT in the new financial bill comes to mind.

I am very much pleased with the efforts of the PEDPA - Professional E-hailing Driver Partners Association who summoned the courage to meet with the Special Adviser to the Governor on Transportation, who has ordered the suspension of the clamp down on e-hailing drivers.

My heart is with this e-hailing drivers/partners because they are very hardworking and are about 95% of my online clients. Hence I would advise them to join any active association, and to obtain a hackney permit and LASDRI card till the government comes out with modalities for operation.


DOCUMENTS REQUIRED:

1. Allocation of Registration Number

2. Proof of Ownership Certificate

3. Central Motor Registry (CMR) papers

4. Road Worthiness Certificate - (Six months for commercial vehicles)

5. Auto Insurance (Third Party or Comprehensive)

6. Vehicle Licence

7. Hackney Permit

8. Driver's Licence

9. Lagos State Drivers' Institute (LASDRI) Card
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 6:07am On Jun 05
owolabi5:
A Case Study on Vehicle Licence Renewal (2)


You can verify Lagos State Number Plates using this link:


https://verify.autoreg.ng


You can also use the link above to check when the vehicle licence will expire, to know if you will be inheriting debts with the acquisition of that naija used car.
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 10:13am On Jun 06
CLASSES OF DRIVER'S LICENCE

These are the 10 classes of Nigeria driver’s license:

Class A – Motor cycle.

Class B – Motor vehicle of less than 3 tonnes gross weight other than motor cycle, taxi, stage carriage or omnibus. “Omnibus” means any motor vehicle that carries more than six persons excluding the driver while “Stage carriage” is an omnibus used for hire or cab in which a fee is charged.

Class C – A motor vehicle of less than 3 tonnes gross weight, other than motor cycle.

Class D – Motor vehicle other than motor cycle, taxi, stage carriage, an articulated vehicle or vehicle drawing a trailer.

Class E – Motor vehicle other than a motor cycle or articulated vehicle.

Class F – Agricultural machines and tractors.

Class G – Articulated vehicles.

Class H – Earth moving vehicles.

Class J – Special, for physically challenged persons.

Class V – Convoy driving (persons engaged in driving senior government or political office holders in stream
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 4:59am On Jun 07
OYO STATE PLATE NUMBERS AND THEIR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:
BDJ = Bodija (Ibadan) Local Government
AME = Arowomole (Ogbomosho) Local Government
LUY = Oluyole (Ibadan) Local Government
MAP = Mapo (Ibadan) Local Government
SEY = Iseyin Local Government
GBR = Igbo Ora Local Government
NRK = Onireke (Ibadan) Local Government
YYY = Oyo East Local Government (Headquarters in Kosobo)
FMT = Atiba Local Government (Headquarters in Offa Meta)
JND = Oyo West Local Government (Headquarters in Ojongbodu)
JBL = Afijio Local Government (Headquarters in Jobele)
Re: Car Papers by mudility(m): 8:16pm On Jun 07
owolabi5:
DOCUMENTS TO BE RENEWED BY A PRIVATE CAR LIKE TOYOTA CAMRY:


1. Road Worthiness Certificate = Once a year

2. Auto Insurance (Third Party or Comprehensive) = Once a year

3. Vehicle Licence = Once a year

If my car is registered in Lagos, can I renew the papers in delta when it expires?
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 7:35am On Jun 08
A Case Study on Vehicle Licence Renewal


When you want to buy a naija used vehicle, always have a keen eye on the vehicle licence! Why?

To avoid paying for accumulated debt on a car that was not used by you at that period in time.

For example, today is December 10, 2019.

I just bought a naija used car whose particulars was last renewed in 2011.

I want to renew the particulars immediately.

On calling Car Papers, I discovered that I have inherited a debt of licence fees for 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019

EIGHT (cool YEARS!!!

That means I have to pay eight times the current amount on the licence fee.


Vehicle Licence is a permit from the government to own a car. Look at it as a Mining Lease, where you have to pay upfront before you are allowed to carry out mining activities in a given area.

You can even look at Vehicle Licence in this light for a deeper understanding of how it works: I rented an apartment from my landlord and traveled out of the country for an official assignment immediately I paid a year's rent. On returning to the country, I was planning to rest in my rented apartment for the FIRST night, then the old man showed up not only to welcome me back but to demand for another rent because the one I paid had expired. Would it be sane for me to say I never stayed in the apartment for a night, hence I wouldn't pay?


Vehicle licence is the right the government confers on you to own the vehicle. It is a compulsory tax that must be paid yearly.

Search for the vehicle licence of the naija used car you want to buy. Factor in the accumulated debt if any to your final purchasing price. If you have not been renewing your vehicle particulars for long, remember that the day you decide to renew them, you will pay the accumulated debts on the vehicle licence.

Thanks for your attention.

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Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 6:17am On Jun 09
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTICULARS

The local government particulars are a set of documents that vehicles used for commercial purposes are expected to procure in order to operate within a local government area.

They are usually valid from January 1 to December 31 every year.

They include the following documents:

* Board of Internal Revenue

* Hackney Permit

* Commerce and Industry

* Sanitation/Effluent Discharge

* Interstate/Road User Tax

* Vehicle Commodity

* Heavy/Light Duty

* Loading & Offloading Permit

* Desert Encroachment/Soil Erosion

* Agricultural Levy

* Commodity Development Levy

* Auto trade Certificate for Vehicles

* Identification (CFI)

* Gateway Bye pass

*Consolidated Gaseous Emission Permit

* Consolidated Basket Clearance

* Driver's/Conductor's Badge

* State Carriage Permit

* Local Government Identification Tag

* Trade Association Particulars
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 3:20pm On Jun 09
owolabi5:
YOU CAN RENEW ALL YOUR VEHICLE PARTICULARS AT THE OFFICIAL RATES JUST CALL 08033539981 OR 08182880902

Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 6:31pm On Jun 10
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTICULARS

The local government particulars are a set of documents that vehicles used for commercial purposes are expected to procure in order to operate within a local government area.

They are usually valid from January 1 to December 31 every year.

They include the following documents:

* Board of Internal Revenue

* Hackney Permit

* Commerce and Industry

* Sanitation/Effluent Discharge

* Interstate/Road User Tax

* Vehicle Commodity

* Heavy/Light Duty

* Loading & Offloading Permit

* Desert Encroachment/Soil Erosion

* Agricultural Levy

* Commodity Development Levy

* Auto trade Certificate for Vehicles

* Identification (CFI)

* Gateway Bye pass

*Consolidated Gaseous Emission Permit

* Consolidated Basket Clearance

* Driver's/Conductor's Badge

* State Carriage Permit

* Local Government Identification Tag

* Trade Association Particulars
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 7:32am On Jun 11
owolabi5:
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY AN E-HAILING CAR SERVICE SUCH AS UBER/BOLT/OCAR:


The current clampdown of VIO officials in Lagos State on the e-hailing car services providers has been going on for more than three years.

My former thread that was deleted by the Moderators featured a topic similar to these where I listed valid documents to be procured by these service providers in order to avoid disruptions on their journey.

The genesis of the confrontations can be traced to the Yellow Taxi Cabs who noticed their business was been taken over by "a largely informal and unregulated innovative disruption". The Yellow Taxi Cab operators were required to repaint their vehicles to the famous yellow colour before obtaining an (expensive) operating licence, hackney permit, six-month roadworthiness certificate and LASDRI card while the modern, trendy and superior e-hailing service providers weren't.

The new generation App-driven service evaded this strict regulations and were highly profitable because they had a better business model. This drew the envy of the leaders of the Cab drivers who were also members of the NURTW - a very strong (financially and politically) pressure group. They used their connections in the Lagos State Government to eliminate the threats posed by the tech-driven car service providers.

As the news of the profits declared weekly by the Uber/Bolt drivers spread, more people joined as driver/partner owners while the Yellow cab taxi drivers resulted to carrying passengers with goods in order to survive.

The recent wave of persecutions may not be unconnected to the new minimum wage structure and the massive drive by government to meet up with the monthly salary and also put in place the necessary infrastructures. Thus creating new revenue models, the recent increment in VAT in the new financial bill comes to mind.

I am very much pleased with the efforts of the PEDPA - Professional E-hailing Driver Partners Association who summoned the courage to meet with the Special Adviser to the Governor on Transportation, who has ordered the suspension of the clamp down on e-hailing drivers.

My heart is with this e-hailing drivers/partners because they are very hardworking and are about 95% of my online clients. Hence I would advise them to join any active association, and to obtain a hackney permit and LASDRI card till the government comes out with modalities for operation.


DOCUMENTS REQUIRED:

1. Allocation of Registration Number

2. Proof of Ownership Certificate

3. Central Motor Registry (CMR) papers

4. Road Worthiness Certificate - (Six months for commercial vehicles)

5. Auto Insurance (Third Party or Comprehensive)

6. Vehicle Licence

7. Hackney Permit

8. Driver's Licence

9. Lagos State Drivers' Institute (LASDRI) Card
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 8:13am On Jun 12
WhatsApp: 08182880902
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 7:29am On Jun 13
owolabi5:
OYO STATE PLATE NUMBERS AND THEIR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:

BDJ = Bodija (Ibadan) Local Government

AME = Arowomole (Ogbomosho) Local Government

LUY = Oluyole (Ibadan) Local Government

MAP = Mapo (Ibadan) Local Government

SEY = Iseyin Local Government

GBR = Igbo Ora Local Government

NRK = Onireke (Ibadan) Local Government

YYY = Oyo East Local Government (Headquarters in Kosobo)

FMT = Atiba Local Government (Headquarters in Offa Meta)

JND = Oyo West Local Government (Headquarters in Ojongbodu)

JBL = Afijio Local Government (Headquarters in Jobele)
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 2:40am On Jun 14
owolabi5:
CONTACT: Call 08033539981 or
08182880902
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 3:54pm On Jun 14
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTICULARS

The local government particulars are a set of documents that vehicles used for commercial purposes are expected to procure in order to operate within a local government area.

They are usually valid from January 1 to December 31 every year.

They include the following documents:

* Board of Internal Revenue

* Hackney Permit

* Commerce and Industry

* Sanitation/Effluent Discharge

* Interstate/Road User Tax

* Vehicle Commodity

* Heavy/Light Duty

* Loading & Offloading Permit

* Desert Encroachment/Soil Erosion

* Agricultural Levy

* Commodity Development Levy

* Auto trade Certificate for Vehicles

* Identification (CFI)

* Gateway Bye pass

*Consolidated Gaseous Emission Permit

* Consolidated Basket Clearance

* Driver's/Conductor's Badge

* State Carriage Permit

* Local Government Identification Tag

* Trade Association Particulars
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 5:39am On Jun 15
✅ Lagos Plate Number

✅ Change of Ownership

✅ Dealer Plate Number

✅ Renewal of Vehicle Particulars

Call: 08033539981

WhatsApp : 08182880902

carpapers.com.ng


Office Address:

Ministry of Transportation

VIO OFFICE

OWODE ONIRIN BUS STOP

OPPOSITE OWODE ONIRIN MARKET

ALONG IKORODU ROAD

LAGOS
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 9:17pm On Jun 15
owolabi5:
FACTS ABOUT VEHICLE LICENCE

A vehicle licence is issued by a motor registration authority in a jurisdiction in respect of a particular motor vehicle.

A current licence is required for a motor vehicle to be legally permitted to be used or kept on a public road in the jurisdiction.

Usually a licence is valid for one year and an annual licence fee is payable before a new one is issued.

A vehicle licence may be a paper document to be kept in the vehicle at all times or in the form of an adhesive sticker to be affixed or displayed on the windshield of the vehicle.

A valid vehicle licence in addition to those of roadworthiness certification and auto-insurance is required to permit a motorist use a public road in a jurisdiction.

However unlike the roadworthiness certification and auto-insurance, the vehicle licence is renewable annually and debts will be accumulated for non-renewal.
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 6:49am On Jun 16
[b]HOW TO DETECT FAKE CAR DOCUMENTS (1)

As an experienced person who has been dealing with vehicle documents for long, I can detect a fake without any hassle.

I must confess, charlatans who peddle fake car papers have upped their ante in recent times due to advancing technologies. Nevertheless a fake will always be an imitation of the original. One of my favourite quotes is "the original never knew his worth until the fake showed up."

FACTORS TO CONSIDER

- VALIDATION WEBSITES: The best way to detect a fake document is to verify it online. Some notable websites are:

Vehicle Licence - verify.autoreg.ng

https://nvis.frsc.gov.ng/numberplateverification

Insurance - www.askniid.org

- COLOURED PHOTOCOPY: With the advent of the modern photocopier, con men have used the opportunity to make clones of the original copy. They print the respective information over the duplicates. However some caper papers have embedded security features that the fakes can't match. Important things to note here are the font size, over all layout, the sharpness and attached nylon gum(if any - check the perfection of the cut).[/b]
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 9:58pm On Jun 16
owolabi5:
ABUJA PLATE NUMBERS AND THEIR LOCAL COUNCILS:

RSH = Karshi Area Council

RBC = Rubuchi Admin council

KWL = Kwali Area Council

KUJ = Kuje Area Council

ABC = Abuja Municipal Council

ABJ = Abaji Area Council

BWR = Bwari Area Council
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 2:49pm On Jun 17
owolabi5:
WhatsApp: 08182880902
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 7:39am On Jun 18
owolabi5:
CONTACT: Call 08033539981 or
08182880902
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 7:19pm On Jun 18
owolabi5:
LAGOS PLATE NUMBERS AND THEIR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:

SMK= Somolu Local Government
JJJ = Ojo Local Government
KJA = Ikeja Local Government
AAA = Lagos Island Local Government (Ademola Adeniji Adele)
FKJ = Ifako Ijaiye Local Government
AKD = Ibeju Lekki Local Government (the council Headquarters is in Akodo)
LND = Lagos Mainland Local Government
KTU = Alimosho Local Government (Ikotun)
BDG = Badagry Local Government
EKY = Eti-Osa Local Government (the council headquarters is in Ikoyi)
KRD = Ikorodu Local Government
EPE = Epe Local Government
MUS = Mushin Local Government
GGE = Agege Local Government
LSR = Surulere Local Government
LSD = Oshodi Isolo Local Government
KSF = Kosofe Local Government
AGL = Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government
APP = Apapa Local Government
FST = Amuwo Odofin Local Government (Festac)
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 12:09am On Jun 19
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY A COMMERCIAL BUS AND PICK UP:







1. Allocation of Registration Number



2. Proof of Ownership Certificate



3. Central Motor Registry (CMR) paper (Optional for some states)



4. Road Worthiness Certificate



5. Auto Insurance (Third Party or Comprehensive)



6. Vehicle Licence


7. Hackney Permit/State Carriage


8. Local Government Particulars
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 11:03am On Jun 19
08033539981
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 1:13am On Jun 20
List of Approved Centre’s for New Plate in the Country


S/N STATE LOCATION

1 ABIA BIR Zonal Office, 5 Bende Road, Umuahia

2 ADAMAWA BIR Office, Yola North

3 AKWA IBOM BIR Office State Secretariat, Uyo

4 ANAMBRA Motor Licensing Office, Npaje Awka

5 BAUCHI BIR Office, Jos Road, Bauchi

6 BAYELSA MLA Yenagoa: Obele street, Ovom, Yenagoa

MLA Kpansia: Inec Junction, Kpansia, Yenagoa MLA Brass: BIR Secretariat complex, Road Safety Road, Yenagoa MLA Ogbia: Emeyal II, Ogbia LGA MLA Sagbama: Hospital Road, Yenagoa
7 BENUE BIR Office, G.R.A. Kashim Ibrahim Road, Makurdi

8 BORNO BIR Office, Opp. Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri

9 CROSS RIVER BIR Office, 43 Akim Road Calabar BIR Office, Ikot Omin Calabar BIR Office, Inyang Street Calabar

10 DELTA BIR Office, 27, Ezenei Avenue, Off Nnebisi Road Asaba

11 EBONYI BIR Office, Ministry of Finance, Abakaliki Ezza South LGA Motor Licensing Office, Onueke Ebonyi LGA Motor Licensing Office, Ugbodo Afikpo North LGA Motor Licensing Office, Afikpo

12 EDO EIRS Office, New Lagos Road EIRS Office, Forestry Road (LTO I & LTO II) EIRS Office, TV Road EIRS Office, Uselu EIRS Office, Ikpoba Hill (Ramat Park) EIRS Office, Obe EIRS Office, Okada EIRS Office, Ekpoma EIRS Office, Auchi.

13 EKITI BIR Office, Oke-Oriomi, Ado Ekiti BIR Office, Beside First Bank Erekeson Market, Efon-Alaaye BIR Office, Old secretariat complex, Emure-Ekiti BIR Office, Oja-oba premises, Ido-Ekiti Bir Office, Opp Oba palace, Ise-Ekiti BIR Office, Oke-Osun, Ikere Ekiti

14 ENUGU BIR Office, Okpara Avenue, Opp. PHCN Office Enugu

15 FCT VIO Office, Mabushi Abuja

16 GOMBE BIR Office, Gombe

17 IMO BIR Office, Okigwe Road, Owerri

18 JIGAWA BIR Office, Old Secretariat, Sani Abacha way, Dutse

19 KADUNA BIR Office, Opp. High court Bida RS Kaduna

20 KANO BIR Office, No.2 Bank Road, Kano.

21 KATSINA BIR Office, G.R.A. Katsina

22 KEBBI BIR Office, Opp. Diamond Bank, Birnin Kebbi

23 KOGI BIR Office, No.1 Beach Road Lokoja

24 KWARA IRS Office, Ahmadu Bello Way, Ilorin.

25 LAGOS Motor Vehicle Adminstration Agency, Ojodu

26 NASSARAWA BIR Office, Kasuwar Tomato, Lafia BIR Office, Testing Ground Lafia

27 NIGER VIO Office, along Paiko Road Minna

28 OGUN IRS Oke-Mosan, Opp Federal High Court Abeokuta

29 ONDO BIR Office, Alagbaka, Akure

30 OSUN BIR Office, Ministry of Finance, State Secretariat Abere.

31 OYO BIR Office, Onireke Road, Egbe Ibadan.

32 PLATEAU BIR Office, No.7 Beach Road, Jos North

33 RIVERS BIR Office, No. 22 William Jumbo Street, Port-harcourt

Obio Licensing Office, Old Aba Road, Portharcourt Emenike Licensing Office. Emenike Junction, Diobu, Mile 1, Portharcourt
34 SOKOTO BIR Office, behind City Campus, Usman Danfodio University

35 TARABA BIR Office, Hamman Ruwa Road, Jalingo.

36 YOBE BIR Office, Gujiba Road, Damaturu.

37 ZAMFARA BIR Office, Tudun Wada, Gusau
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 9:14pm On Jun 20
✅ Lagos Plate Number

✅ Change of Ownership

✅ Dealer Plate Number

✅ Renewal of Vehicle Particulars

Call: 08033539981

WhatsApp : 08182880902

carpapers.com.ng


Office Address:

Ministry of Transportation

VIO OFFICE

OWODE ONIRIN BUS STOP

OPPOSITE OWODE ONIRIN MARKET

ALONG IKORODU ROAD

LAGOS
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 11:30am On Jun 21
CALL: 08033539981 or
WHATSAPP: 08182880902
Re: Car Papers by owolabi5: 8:25pm On Jun 21
08033539981

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