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It’s almost 5 pm, do you know where you car is?

National Central Valley It's almost 5 pm, do you know where you car is?

[HQ] If you are in an orange alert zone, anywhere from San Ramon to Paraiso de Cartago, the total vehicular restrictions kicks in at 5 pm and time to get the carrito off the road.

 The situation Monday after 5:00 pm

The restrictions of 5 am to 5 pm, from Monday to Sunday, apply until July 31.

- payin the bills -

As a reminder, the following chart details the vehicular restrictions countrywide.

Don’t be one of the hundreds daily that continue to drive on the wrong day or between 5 am to 5 pm. The fine is ¢110,000 colones, six points on your driver’s license (means driver ed on renewal) and possible confiscation of plates and or vehicle.

 

- paying the bills -

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