If your vehicle, plate or license is confiscated during these holidays, you will have to be patient.
The Road Safety Council (COSEVI) announced that, due to the suspension of public services, users who require them between December 23rd and January 2nd will have to wait several days.
The Department of Customer Service both in La Uruca and regional headquarters, will serve until Friday December 23rd. Thus, people who got their plates, license and vehicle confiscated from today, won’t be able to process the return until January 2nd, leaving the offender without the right to drive their car for 9 days.
You should keep in mind that, in addition to the payment of fines, you must also pay more than ¢ 3,000 for each day of custody of your vehicle, and the towing fees, which are just over ¢ 5,000 for less than 6 km.
If a person is fined from December 23rd, they will have 10 business days to contest, if deemed necessary. That is, the first business day will run on January 2nd.