How to Change Logbook Details in Kenya

This article will teach you how to change logbook details in Kenya, which is required by the National Transport and Safety Authority. Adjustments made to the engine, chassis, or color of the vehicle may necessitate updating the logbook’s information.

Anytime the registered information of any vehicle is altered, the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) should always be notified. In order to make the adjustment easier, the agency must be informed. This is in compliance with Traffic Act Section 6(7).

Here’s how to change logbook details in Kenya.

How to Request a Change in Details

Booking an inspection should be done prior to applying for an alteration of specifics (engine, body style, color, chassis number, etc.). The inspection fee is 1,050 Kshs. The NTSA/TIMS portal is used to conduct this online.

And once the inspection report has been uploaded, you can then move through with your application for a change of details.

  • Access the NTSA TIMS site.
  • Develop a novel procedure.
  • Select the vehicle’s license plate number.
  • Select Modify Particulars.
  • Make your selection for the specific item you want to edit.
  • Visit the information and submit the necessary money. Kshs 300 is the cost per change.
  • Press submit, and the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) will receive the data for processing.

How to Request a New Logbook Following Changes

  • Navigate to the NTSA TIMS site.
  • Visit the vehicle registration office.
  • Select Modify Particulars.
  • Complete the necessary information, then carry out the payment as directed. The cost of the logbook is Kshs 500 plus Kshs 50 for convenience.
  • Submit your application, then wait for NTSA to process it (approximately 5 days).
  • As soon as the logbook is prepared for pickup, an SMS will be sent to the registered mobile phone number provided by you.

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The NTSA can be accessed via the following contact details

Physical location: 316 Upper Hill Chambers, Along 2nd Ngong Avenue, Nairobi.

Contact: 0709 932 000, 020 663 2000.