Driver’s licences, permits expired during lockdown to be validated

Source: Power Digital 

Driving licenses and permits that expired during the Covid-19 lockdown – between 26 March and 31 May – will still be deemed valid and the period will be extended with 90 days from 1 June.

This is according to the Road Traffic Management Corporation.

The documents include:

  • Driver’s licenses
  • Learner’s licenses
  • License discs
  • Temporary permits
  • Roadworthy certificates
  • PDPs (professional driving permits)

This as the corporation says driving license testing centres, registering authorities, vehicle testing stations and driving schools will resume their services from 1 June.

The resumption of services in the various centres will be subject to adherence to hygiene practice, social distancing and sanitising measures.

“No person will be allowed to enter a driving license testing centre, registering authority, vehicle testing station or driving school without a face mask, or a homemade mask that covers the nose and mouth,” says the corporation.

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