Saturday, 8 August 2020

Electric Vehicles Are Exempt Restrictions and Parking Meters

Electric Vehicles in Costa Rica with their green license plates will be exempt from the vehicular restrictions of San Jose and do not have to pay for parking at municipal meters.

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