Ministry issues decision to regulates car workshop

Thursday, November 7, 2019

The Minister of Commerce and Industry and Minister of State for Services Affairs Khalid Al-Roudhan issued a decision on the rules and regulations concerning car spare parts to regulate the fixing and mechanical and electrical works.

The new decision specifies a warranty period that varies between maintenance, repair and fixing of new spare parts, as well as painting from 30 to 180 days with special laws, regulations or other standards agreed upon by the parties on a longer term.

The decision mandate the workshop to provide the warranty period for overhauling engine shall not be less than 90 days and not be less than 30 days for used one starting from the date of repair indicated in the repair shop invoice., The warranty period (overhaul) of the gear shall not be less than 90 days, and not less than 30 for replacement with used one from the date of installation as indicated in the repair shop invoice, except for race cars, the warranty period shall not be less than 30 days starting from the date of installation as indicated in the repair shop invoice.

The decision also talks about the warranty for the installation of the air conditioning compressor of the vehicle, or charging gas in the unit shall not be less than 60 days starting from the date of work done as indicated in the repair shop invoice.

The warranty period for the installation of the new front and rear body shall not be less than 30 days and for second hand material 15 days starting from the date of maintenance, repair or installation as stated in the repair shop invoice.

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Varghese. E
Friday, November 8, 2019
Good

Bash
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Ministry has to take action against 1000s of automobile workshops in Jeleeb, abbasiya residential area please. Creates too much pollution and traffic blocks in that area.

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