Monday 27 September 2021

License Plate Changeover Begins Monday

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Starting Monday July 15, all vehicle owners will be required to changeover their “old” metal license plates for the new, a changeover that will be ongoing for the next 30 months.

NAC8-1-PLACAS-MARCHAMO-2013Starting Monday and for the next three months, all the old license plates ending in 1 must be turned in for the new; plates ending in 2 begin the changeover in October; ending with plates ending in 0 in the last quarter of 2015.

The changeover is compulsory.

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The cost is ¢15.000 colones for each pair of license plates, ¢8.000 for motorcycles.

The Registro Nacional promises a quick and secure process. For vehicle owners who cannot personally take part in the changeover, can assign a third party, providing the Registro with a notarized authorization.


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