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Vehicle Load Management Agreement


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Both agreements will be signed by Member States after validation and adoption, and standard laws will help Member States to domesticate the agreements. The TTTFP also organises training workshops where each recipient Member State explains the content of the agreements and model laws in order to facilitate the signing of agreements. The draft agreement also forms the basis for cooperation between the member states/partner countries of the tripartite free trade area in terms of vehicle load management, law enforcement, information exchange and dispute resolution mechanisms. The law passed in 2017 aims to protect roads by limiting congestion while trying to cope with the scourge of accidents. COMESA-EAC-SADC`s multilateral agreement on cross-border road transport provides a tripartite legal framework for harmonizing road traffic and traffic-related aspects, including vehicle registration documents, carrier registration, vehicle fitness tests, driving training and testing, and driver`s licence categories, based on appropriate international standards, including United Nations standards. The traffic management system is supported by a tripled computerized traffic registration and information platform (TRIPS) system that allows the exchange of data between Member States/partner states from their own national traffic information systems (NTIS) consisting of a set of modules, including a vehicle system, a driver`s system, an operator system and a transgressing system. He explained that the maximum load proposed for a vehicle is 56 tons, but that sadc allows a tolerance of 2%. “That`s why Tanzanian carriers should only complain about zero tolerance, because the country can give them that,” he said. From 5 to 09 November 2018, a tripartite workshop on the Transport and Transit Facilitation Programme (TTTFP) will be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for cross-border road transport agreements, standard laws and regulations in Eastern and Southern Africa. The aim of the TTTFP is to help the Member States comeA, ABC and SADC (Tripartite) harmonize laws, directives, regulations and road transport systems. The TTTFP is funded by the EU under the 11th EDF.