Efficient vehicle inspections

We speciaise in Road Worthiness Checks and Vehicle Inspections. Our highly trained team follow strict criteria set by the DVLA, to determine if your car is roadworthy. The test takes approximately 15-25 minutes, depending on the type of vehicle, and covers a broad range of safety checks including lights, tyres, seatbelts and emissions.

Brake Testing

Tyre Checks

Emission Tests

Headlamp Tests

Shocks Checks

Steering Checks

Seat & Seatbelts

Windscreen Checks

Door Checks

Fuel System

Inspection process

Regular inspection contributes to road safety for all. Our experienced inspectors take your vehicle through all the required inspection stages. On passing the inspection you will be presented with an inspection certificate for your vehicle. We ensure a fast inspection process and less waiting time for our customers.

Our centers

Our Accra center is located on the Dodowa Road opposite Valley View University. Our Tema center is situated at Community 22, next door to Light House Chapel. The centre has the state of the art four vehicles test lane and one motor cycle test lane. The center also provides information for vehicular education for its valuable customers.

Fees and Information

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Vehicle Inspection Fees

New DVLA Rates from 04-01-2016

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Compulsory Failure Items

Please take your vehicle to your mechanic for repairs before presenting for road worthy inspection. This will save you time from having to return to the inspection center when you fail the test.

  • Braking System
  • Parking and Hand-brake
  • Brake Light/Parking Lamps/Signal Lamps
  • Seat Belt
  • Tyres
  • Headlights
  • Battery Terminal Cover
  • Driving Mirrors
  • Extremely Bad Body Condition
  • Defective Number Plates
  • Wheel Nuts
  • Loosed / Un-firmly Fitted Seats
  • Excessive Oil / Fuel Leakage
  • Bad Smoke Level
  • Front Dark Tint Glass
  • Defective Under Parts
  • Naked Wires for Ignition and other switches
  • Multiple Cracked Windscreen / Damaged Windscreen
  • In-accuracy in Steering System
  • Worn and Weak Wiper Blade or System
  • Extremely Weak Shock Absorbers and Suspension

Advisory Items

  • Alignment
  • Dust Book Cover
  • Weak Suspension / Shock

Tyre Information

Careful about using sub-standard tyre, Winter tyres and Class ‘C’ tyres (National Road Safety Commission). You are likely to spend too much money on fuel when you use Winter tyres on hot roads in Ghana. Please stay safe on the road. Bensam would like to see you Drive By and not Drive Down.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Road Worthiness Checks

DVLA Approved

Our Road Worthiness Checks and Vehicle Inspections are fully approved by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA). From driving into our centers to completing the inspection process, our professional team ensure your experience is hassle free. At the end of the inspection process, stickers are issued for vehicles that pass. These secure road worthiness stickers are valid for one year for private vehicles, and six months for commercial vehicles.