He added that 252 vehicles were seized in Kaduna, 41 in Kafanchan and 80 in Zaria.
Mohammed stressed the need for motorists to register their vehicles and acquire new number plates.
“We still have cases of motorists with unregistered vehicle papers, including tricycles and motorcycles still ply our roads and perpetrate crimes unnoticed.
“If a registered vehicle is used to commit, a crime, we can easily trace the person by logging onto our ur database, using addresses of violators.
“The defaulters are given ample time to acquire the new number plates, driver’s licence and renew their expired vehicles’ particulars,’’ he said.