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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) To comply with Wikipedia's guidelines, the introduction of this article may need to be rewritten. Please discuss this issue on the talk page and read the layout guide to make sure the section will be inclusive of all essential details. (November 2008) Kenya is a major importer of Japanese used cars in Africa. In 2007, Kenya imported more than 21,000 used car units from Japan. The 2008 figures indicate a continued increase. The number of imported used car between January and September 2008 was 29,991. To control the import of un- roadworthy vehicles, the Kenyan government has put in a place used vehicle import regulation through the Kenya Bureau of Standardsas follows; 1. All vehicles imported to Kenya must not be more than 8 years old from the first year of registration. Hence in 2010, only vehicles manufactured in the year 2003 and onwards will be allowed Auto Kenya Ltd 2. All vehicles imported to Kenya must right hand drive (RHD) except for special vehicles such as ambulance and fire engine. 3. All vehicles must undergo car inspection done by JEVIC (Japan Export Vehicle Inspection Centre) before being shipped to Kenya. Jevic issues a vehicle roadworthiness certificate which is necessary when clearing the imported car from the port of Mombasa Jevic inspection Criteria Visual Inspection General Appearance: (I). No corrosion(if corrosion present this must be painted e.g. painting with chassis black (paster)) (II). No repair that detracts from the general appearance of the car(such as taping) (III). No damage that exceeds an area greater than the 1/4 of a panel in size. Even if it is not mentioned in the above, the car is failed when it has a hole in the panel (IV). No sharp or dangerous projections(including broken antenna, etc ) (V). No missing parts (VI). No loose parts Door : (I) To be able to open and close smoothly (II) All components are fixed firmly (III) To be able to lock (IV) Power operated doors to be able to be operated manually. (V) Draught excluders and weather rubbers are present and working (VI) Sliding doors are able to be secured in the open position Interior : (I) All door and ceiling linings and any upholstery are free from damage (such as open tears and staining) in excess of 10 cm for passenger vehicles or 30 cm for commercial vehicles (II) Not containing a large amount of rubbish. (III) Components are not to have any deterioration, looseness, and other excessive damage (IV) To be equipped with safety belts that function correctly (IV) No corrosion(if corrosion present this must be painted e.g. painting with chassis black (paster)) Standard of corrosion of cargo compartment for commercial vehicles such as vans, it is the same as that of trucks. (Refer to Truck section) Suspension / Underside: (I). No corrosion(if corrosion present this must be painted e.g. painting with chassis black (paster)) _ Excluding areas predetermined to rust (only unprotected from manufacture. e.g. differential case). (II). No leakage of water, oil and fuel (III). No tear’s of the boots or bushes (IV). No loose mounts (V). Shock absorbers operate normally Exhaust System: (I). No leakage (II). No excessive noise Tyres: (I). Correct size for the vehicle (II). No cracking, bulging or tear in the fabric which is more than 25 mm longer or 10% of tread width (III). All treads need to be more than 1.6 mm (IV). Fixed to the vehicle firmly (V). Correctly inflated Engine Bay: (I). No fluid leakage including water, oil, or fuel (II). Not containing a large amount of rubbish (III). No excessive noise or vibration, and mechanisms functioning correctly (IV). No corrosion(if corrosion present this must be painted e.g. painting with chassis black (paster)) (V). No excessive deterioration or damage to the belts (VI). No fluid leakage from or sulphation of the battery (VII). All wiring and cables to be properly fixed. Instrumentation: (I). All functioning correctly (II). All bulbs working (III). No warning lamps to remain on after the engine is started Accessory:(such as Air condition, Power window, Horn, etc) (I). All functioning correctly Lighting: (I). All bulbs working (II). Switches functioning correctly, (III). No damage to lenses such as cracks, etc Reflectors: (I). Rear reflectors need to be colored in red (II). Front or middle reflectors need to be colored in orange (III). Securely attached Mirrors: (I). To be able to retract backwards (II). If able to be stowed; operating correctly. (III). Securely attached Wiper: (I). Function correctly in accordance with switch operation (II). No corrosion(if corrosion present this must be painted e.g. painting with chassis black (paster)) (III). No excessive lack of wiping References JapanTradeCar Auto Kenya Ltd Jevic Kenya Bureau of Standards