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- FAHAS/MVPI Validity Check Online
FAHAS/MVPI Validity Check Online
In Saudi Arabia, the Fahas, also known as the Motor Vehicle Periodic Inspection (MVPI), is an essential part of owning and operating a vehicle. Ensuring that your vehicle’s Fahas is valid not only keeps you in compliance with the law but also helps to maintain the safety of your vehicle. You can now conveniently check the validity of your vehicle’s Fahas online through the Absher portal. This article will guide you through the process of checking your vehicle’s Fahas validity online in a few easy steps.
Step 1: Login to the Absher Portal
To begin, visit the Absher portal at https://absher.sa/. If you don’t already have an account, you’ll need to register for one. After registering or logging in, you will be directed to the Absher dashboard.
Step 2: Select “Vehicles”
On the Absher dashboard, you will find several options. Look for the “Vehicles” option and click on it to proceed.
Step 3: Choose “Vehicle Management”
After selecting “Vehicles,” you will see multiple services related to vehicle management. Click on the “Vehicle Management” option to continue.
Step 4: Find Your Vehicle and Check Inspection Expiry Date
In the “Vehicle Management” section, you will see a list of vehicles registered under your name. Select the vehicle for which you want to check the Fahas validity. Once you have chosen the vehicle, scroll down to locate the “Inspection Expiry Date.” This date indicates the expiry of your vehicle’s Fahas.
Remember, the Fahas is not required for brand new vehicles in Saudi Arabia. It becomes mandatory after three years from the registration date.
Checking your vehicle’s Fahas validity online is a simple process that can save you time and ensure that your vehicle is up to date with its required inspections. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can quickly and easily verify the Fahas status for any of your vehicles using the Absher portal. It’s essential to keep your vehicle’s Fahas valid to avoid any fines or penalties and to maintain the safety and roadworthiness of your vehicle.
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