Liputan6.com, Jakarta – The government requires every vehicle used as an online transport to undergo a KIR test. In addition, the government also asks the owner of the vehicle to replace on behalf of ownership in the Vehicle Registration Certificate (STNK) from person to company or cooperative.
Transportation Minister Ignatius Jonan said, the government has taken a firm step regarding the existence of online-based public transport. A number of appeals are issued for the operation of public transport based on online applications are considered feasible.
The government requested that an application-based public transport vehicle be pocketed for a KIR test certificate. This KIR test, he continued, applies to all types of public transport.
“If you do not graduate, KIR should be repeated, not only for Grab and Uber, but for all public transport that goes in ogganda,” explained Jonan as written Liputan6.com on Thursday (02/06/2016).
In addition, the government also requested every vehicle used for public transportation-based applications, Vehicle Number Certificate (STNK) must be on behalf of the company or cooperative.
According to Jonan, based on the Law on Traffic and Road Transport all public vehicles are required to have legal entities.
“Because it is a public transportation, it must be legal entity, if it is incorporated in a Limited Company (PT) whose vehicle registration must be on behalf of PT.If the cooperative, the cooperative law is seen first, but the principle is that if it does not meet the requirement, Said Jonan.
For drivers, the government requires the driver of the sedan car to pocket the SIM A. Then for the driver whose vehicle minibus must have public B license. “It’s not negotiable,” said Jonan.