In the wake of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear plant damage in Japan in March 2011 the Japan Harbor Transportation Authority (JHTA) introduced the requirement for all used vehicles exported from Japan to be tested for radiation levels.
ATL is one of six inspection organisations authorized by the JHTA to provide radiation inspections on vehicles prior to them entering port environs. The inspection measures radiation levels at several points on the vehicle using a calibrated Geiger counter.
All vehicles inspected for radiation by ATL receive a “Radiation Level Certified” sticker on their windscreen and a certificate of the radiation level is available to customers on our website.
- What should I do when I have vehicles that I want inspected by ATL?
- I have registered for a standing order for ATL inspection services. What should I do if I have a vehicle I do not want inspected?
- I am a consignee (dealer) and have registered for ATL inspections but my vehicles have not received inspections. What should I do?
- When can I view photos (DPS) and inspection results of my vehicles?
- What happens if my vehicle is found to have had its odometer tampered with during the odometer inspection?