If your license, plate or vehicle were confiscated after December 23rd, pay attention.
The offices of the Road Safety Council (COSEVI) are open since January 2nd, so you can start the process for the return of the confiscated items.
The Department of Customer Service in La Uruca will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There, you can carry out procedures related to infractions, fines and the return of plates, vehicles and licenses.
Note that the 10-day period to appeal fines made from December 23rd starts on January 2nd.
Carlos Rivas, Legal Director of the Council, explained that the fines made in those days off, can be appealed until January 13th. He emphasized that people should only appeal when they believe they were unjustly sanctioned, with the respective evidence.
It should be clear that if your vehicle was confiscated, you will have to pay ¢ 3,484 for each day of custody in addition to the tow fee, which is¢ 5,347 for less than 6 km.