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The NZTA has suspended vehicle inspector Mohammed Hussein.

The NZTA has suspended vehicle inspector Mohammed Hussein and his inspecting organisation – Autozone Services Ltd – from issuing warrants of fitness (WOFs) after it was found 1,607 vehicles were improperly inspected.


At Autozone Services in Ōtāhuhu, the inspector and company director Mohammed Hussein has been suspended.

“Over the course of five site reviews beginning in 2018 … Mr Hussein continued to display an inability to undertake Warrant of Fitness inspections in accordance with Land Transport rules and regulations,” the agency said.

“Most seriously, he failed to properly inspect vehicle safety systems including seatbelts, steering and brakes.”

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