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5 Myths about the New Georgian Car Inspections

You may have noticed a considerable fuss among drivers since the beginning of 2019. The Periodic Technical Inspection (PTI) now applies to all vehicles in the country. In a country where 90% of the cars are more than 10 years old, many of which have removed the catalytic converters, concerns are to be expected. In …

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Voluntary Groups Will Test the Residential Buildings for Lead

Voluntary groups of citizens and NGOs begin to test around 20 families for lead in Tbilisi. As per explanation of organization the “Alliance for Safe Roads” chair, Eka Laliashvili to Inter Press News, based on analyses, high concentration of lead was found in all this 20 families. However, she mentioned that the cause is unknown …

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Monitoring of Periodic Technical Inspection Reform Process

On November 21, the presentation of survey regarding the monitoring of vehicle obligatory Periodic Technical Inspection (PTI) reform process was held. The presentation took place at Courtyard Marriott Hotel. The conference demonstrated the results of monitoring and recommendations of the ongoing testing process in Tbilisi and regions. Furthermore, the comparative analysis of air quality indicating …

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