What Is Jaai And Role In Japanese Used Car Inspection Certification??
Inspection certificate authenticate the quality of the used vehicle and it ensures the importers that they will get the quality what they are looking in the same. In Japan quality of everything was kept on highest to keep their reputation amongst the buyers around the world. This is the reason the Japanese JAAI had been established.
The JAAI (Japan Auto Appraisal Institute) was established in 1966 under the approval of the Ministry of International Trade & Industry along with The Ministry of Transport in 1966. JAAI is a non-profit organization created to help in inspection of used cars. JAAI having a network of 52 branches spread in all 47 prefectures of Japan and it is the only Japanese organization to conduct export inspections of used cars.
It is completely fair organization, their ability and fairness have been highly evaluated, and since 1967, the Japanese government has authorized JAAI as the quality inspection agency for second-hand Japanese cars exported overseas.
Over a period of 30 years it had inspected more than 1.8 million used cars in Japan. Its accuracy in used car inspection and their standard of evaluation gained them recognition by foreign countries as well. Over the three-year period since the abolishment of the export inspection system in Japan, JAAI has inspected approximately 250,000 vehicles exported to more than 50 countries.