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03/05/58 Department of Land Transport Ministry of Transport Thailand
“Results-Based Management” “ easy pay for a better way ” 03/05/58 BY MR. CHIRUTE VISALACHITRA DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL FOR ADMINISTRATION
THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND TRANSPORT A government agency Under the umbrella of the Ministry of Transport Responsible for controlling and regulating domestic and international road transport With the aim of developing a better road transport system and also to promote the economic growth, social welfare, political stability and national security
Our vision “To develop a road transport system that brings about better quality of lives”
Our mission To regulate, develop and promote road transportation. To regulate motor vehicles to meet the safety and environmental standard. To become an organization with excellent work and service.
CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY “To provide our customers with the best vehicle registration and tax collection services” Q: How can we achieve this target? A: By ensuring that all the services rendered are convenient, fast, non-discriminating, transparent and accountable.
CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY Milestones: Reducing work process and duration of vehicle registration and driving license services. Eliminating unnecessary documents required. Improving attitudes of staffs especially in providing services to customers.
History of vehicle tax payment Since 1988, the service of vehicle registration and annual tax payment was transferred from the Royal Thai Police to the Department.
Timeline of annual vehicle tax payment service evolution 1988 – 1991: A 7-step procedure at 3 service points took nearly 2 hours for an annual vehicle tax payment – 1993: The process was reduced to 6 steps which were completed within 1 hour. Also, the oval-shaped tax payment sign was made smaller 2002 – present: - The overall process is completed at 1 point, done by 1 officer within 3 minutes - The tax payment sign and receipt are combined and printed on an A4 paper.
ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ANNUAL VEHICLE TAX PAYMENT The whole process for vehicle annual tax payment is completed at 1 point.
RECEIVING A QUEUE CARD
VEHICLE TAX PAYMENT COUNTER
New Means for Annual Vehicle Tax Payment Drive thru for tax Shop thru for tax Internet Deduction from bank account Credit card Bank counter 7-Eleven Mobile-for-tax
DRIVE THRU FOR TAX Launched on 4 th January 2006 A new means to pay annual vehicle tax for vehicles under the Motor Vehicle Act. Service provided at an outdoor area within the compound of the Department. Customer remains in the car while being serviced. Reduces traffic jam and parking lot congestion
Shop Thru for Tax Launched the service on July, for Bangkok, Nonthaburi and Samutprakan For vehicles under the Motor Vehicle Act In collaboration with Cencar Co. Ltd. (in operation as Carrefour) 13 branches of Carrefour provided the service To make more alternatives for annual vehicle tax payment other than coming to the Department
03/05/58 SHOP THRU FOR TAX
Payment made through internet Started since 2008 Made through the Internet via or Deduction from bank accounts Done automatically from saving accounts Payment made by credit card Payment made at bank counter or at Counter service (7-Eleven).
03/05/58 COUNTER SERVICE
Mobile-for-tax Available for vehicles of class: C 1 : Sedan (not over 7 seats) C 2 : Passenger Van (over 7 seats) C 3 : Van and Pick-up C 12 : Motorcycle All vehicles must be registered in Thailand One vehicle per time No registration book needed