License plates 2020 will be issued differently this year

Dit item is gearchiveerd op 09-05-2020.

ORANJESTAD - The Tax Department announced its plan to issue the license plates for 2020.

Considering the ongoing coronavirus crisis and to prevent the spread of the virus, the Tax Department has opted to start issuing the license plates to the commercial sector and private sector in a different manner.

Commercial sector

The license plates can only be received with an appointment and according to the COVID-19 contingency plan. To obtain the license plates, companies should make an appointment by sending an email to including the list of plates, the name, and telephone number should they be called for verification. The documents required to present on the appointment date are the original proof of payment and valid insurance policy. The Tax Department will provide companies with instructions on how to pick up their bundle.

Private sector

Meanwhile, the management of the Tax Department is preparing a diligent and responsible plan for the biggest group of the community to provide them with their new license plates.

The regular procedure will no longer be available, but the license plates will be delivered at home. This delivery plan is not ready yet, since the groundwork is being prepared, due to the legal obligation of verification of the car insurance when issuing the plates. Once the Tax Department is ready to deliver the plates, they will announce this to the public.

For now, only commercial license plates can be picked up at the annex building at the Camacuri, where plates are usually issued. The main office of the Tax Department is open between 7:45 am y 11:30 am for vehicle registration or to return unused license plates. This can be done at the cashiers.

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