National Fuel Pass new registrations have been enabled once again.
New registrations were disabled for 48 hours to facilitate scheduled maintenance by the Department of Motor Traffic.
Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera confirmed that the National Fuel Pass QR system is open once again for new registrations.
Meanwhile, over 5.5 million vehicles have been registered thus far with the National Fuel Pass QR system.
Minister Wijesekera said over 4.3 million transactions were completed using the system during the past seven days at 1,246 filling stations across the country.
Meanwhile, 107 Sri Lanka Transport Board depots have issued fuel separately to SLTB and private buses in the past seven days.
Meanwhile, Energy Minister Kanchana Wijesekera said the fuel quota for vehicles this week under the National Fuel Pass system will remain the same as last week.
The Energy Minister said the fuel quotas have been automatically updated at midnight.
Accordingly the fuel quota for this week can be obtained from today.
Meanwhile, Minister Kanchana Wijesekera noted that after analyzing the data this week, necessary changes will be done where possible on Sunday.
The National Fuel Pass QR code system is in place across the country since the 1st of August.