The Ethiopian Ministry of Transport and Logistics declared that new automobiles will not require the installation of a speed limit restriction in order to be licensed. Owners of the vehicles, on the other hand, will be compelled to enter into a legally binding agreement to have a speed limiter installed whenever one is required.

The Ministry decided to temporarily suspend the need that vehicles have a speed limiter to address corrupt practices and administrative difficulties in the service. As a result, owners of newly imported automobiles can obtain licensing services by submitting the necessary documentation and agreeing to have a speed restriction set as needed.


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