DGII collects RD$170 million from sale of new stickers
The Tax Agency (DGII) announced yesterday Wednesday 5 November 2014 that it has collected nearly RD$170 million so far in the renewal of vehicular registrations, known in Spanish as the “marbete”. The road use permit stickers must be placed on the vehicle’s windshield. The stickers can be obtained at 395 renewal points around the country, and at more than 700 financial institutions like banks and savings and loans associations, as well as online from www.dgii.gob.do. In some areas such as Elias Pina, Pedernales, Jimani, Villa Vasquez, and Sanchez the tax collection agency reports a marked increase in renewals. For example, in Samana, over 3,800 marbetes were purchased for a total of RD$7,723,200 which is RD$1,678,000 more than at this time of the year in 2013. The deadline for renewals is 31 December.
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