RTSA extends grace period of Road tax payment

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THE Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) has extended to 31st January, the deadline for motorists intending to acquire road tax for motor vehicle and trailer licences, and road service licences for the year 2018.

RTSA Head of public Relations Frederick Mubanga in a statement said all motorists and Public Service Vehicle Operators have been given an extension of up to 31st January, 2018 to pay for the required licenses.

Mubanga said there will be no enforcement of the validity of the said documents until the stated grace period has expired.

He has also advised Law enforcement agencies to observe the extension period accordingly.

Mubanga said the extension is meant to accommodate the licensing needs of all motorists.

Meanwhile Mubanga said the extension does not include the certificate of fitness and the test certificates as the two relate to the road-worthiness and the safety of vehicles.

He said motorists should also ensure that insurance of their motor vehicles is valid at all times.

He also urged the road users to utilise the extension to comply with the law and pay for all road licences.


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