Sunday, August 30, 2020

Extension on renewal of motor vehicle licences

The City of Cape Town has given a further extension for the renewal of motor vehicle licenses to the 22 September 2020.

Motorists were given a three-month COVID-19 licence renewal extension to 31 August 2020, this includes licences that expired on 31 March 2020, 30 April 2020 and 31 May 2020, and those whose licences will expire on 31 August.

The Western Cape Government and the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said no interest or penalties will be charged if motor vehicle licences are renewed on or before 22 September 2020.

The City of Cape Town says the extension aims to help alleviate the pressure at customer offices across the metro and in South Africa and to assist more motorists with their renewals.

If the license expired before 26 March 2020 and was not renewed, you will unfortunately, have to pay the penalty.

Customers are reminded of the following, which was set out by the National Transport Department:

• Licence discs that expired on 31 March 2020, on 30 April 2020, and on 31 May 2020, should now be renewed by 22 September 2020

• Discs that expired on 30 June 2020: payment and renewal had to be renewed by 21 July 2020

• Discs that expired on 31 July 2020: payment and renewal had to be renewed by 21 August 2020

• Discs that will expire on 31 August 2020: renew by 22 September 2020

• Motor trade vehicle numbers/trade plate for motor vehicle dealers: renew by 31 November 2020

• Driver licences, learner’s licences, and roadworthy certificates: renew by 31 January 2021

 

Done By: MItchum George


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