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Outline of JAAI
The Japan Auto Appraisal Institute (JAAI) was established in 1966 under the approval of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Transport. The institute is a fair and neutral public corporation.

JAAI is an organization with a network of 52 branches covering all 47 prefectures in japan, and is the only organization in japan to conduct export inspections of used cars. Its organizational 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.

Prior to the Japanese government's abolishment of the export inspection system for used vehicles in 1995 as part of the governmental deregulation, JAAI had conducted 1.8 million vehicle inspections over a period of 30 years.

Based on its inspection record, the accuracy of JAAI's export inspections has gained the recognition of foreign countries. 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.

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