How to Check if Your Car Registration is Duplicated

How to Check if Your Car Registration is Duplicated

After confusion arose in a duplicated car number plate case during investigations into the DusitD2 Complex, it is only wise that private car owners look into verifying their car’s registration.

It is important to do an NTSA/KRA check on the registration status of a vehicle before purchasing it to ensure its legality.

An online check can be done expediently to track the registration progress of a vehicle at the comfort of one’s phone.

To carry out an NTSA Car Search, one is required to have an e-Citizen account. To acquire an e-Citizen account, one should register at the e-Citizen portal using their National Identity Number. The process of registering for an e-citizen account is free.

mVERIFIED is another reliable application which has the interface that is user-friendly and spends an estimated 15 minutes to run a full vehicle registration search.

mVERIFIED eases the long wait in endless queues and offers the KRA logbook and legal document search solutions for all authenticated users in a timely manner regardless.

mVERIFIED uses Lipa na M-PESA as an acceptable payment mode which is available to all registered Safaricom customers.

The search on the status of legal documents has now been simplified through mVERIFIED. KRA logbook status can easily be determined at the comfort of one’s space through the use of computers and smartphones unlike in previous times when one had to make countless trips to Government offices to follow up on long complicated procedures.

The case witnessed of duplicated number plates is one that could get innocent Kenyans dragged into crime cases consuming both their time and finances not forgetting the emotional strain that comes with it. It is important that private car owners.

If buying a used car and need verification of the details, mVERIFIED has proved resourceful and one requires; registration number of the car, Contacts such as email and phone number, M-Pesa transaction code and the name of the bearer of the logbook. The process of conducting an NTSA/KRA logbook search is as follows;

  1. Visit
  2. Open the M-Pesa menu
  3. Choose the ‘Lipa na M-Pesa’ option
  4. On the menu, select ‘Buy Goods and Services’ enter 202994 as the till number
  5. Enter 940 shillings as the amount
  6. Provide your M-Pesa pin
  7. Press ‘Ok’ to continue filling ‘Personal Details’ form
  8. Check the reCAPTCHA box to verify you are human then send the order.