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Marbete time period up

Monday, 8 January 2018 was the last day to renew the vehicle taxation sticker, known here as the “marbete” for 2017-2018 without paying the RD$1,000 penalty. Now the sticker can only be obtained from the Tax Agency offices (DGII) rather than from the full range of financial institutions.

By the end of last week, only 70% of the 896,450 vehicles had renewed the taxation sticker out of a total vehicle park of 1,279,845 vehicles.

The Metropolitan Transport Authority (AMET) will now be stopping and fining those on the road without the stickers.

Vehicles manufactured before 2012 had to pay RD$1,500 and those from 2013 onwards, RD$3,000. The RD$1,000 fine is now added to these fees.

Source: DR1, Listindiario

Jan 14, 2018

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