licence fees

The Minister of Transport invites the public to comment on the proposed amendments to the Road Traffic Management Corporation Regulations.

Have your say below.

300 comments delivered, (closed 3 October 2021)

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[CLOSED] Have your say – shape the outcome.

    Do you support the proposed amendments to the regulations?

    What is your top concern? (view details at orange link above)

    What is your status?

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    Dear South Africa

    The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has clarified that a new online booking fee of R250 to secure a driver’s licence renewal slot includes the price of the licence card.

    The proposed regulations also included fees for other services, such as a R700 fee for the “online registration of a motor vehicle”.

    These new fees are shown in the table below.

    DearSA-RTMC-new-fees

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