Wednesday, 18 September 2013

FRSC Extends New Driver License,Plate Number Renewal To 2014

The Joint Tax Board (JTB) has formally laid to rest speculations about the extension or otherwise of the expiring date for the renewal of the driver's licence and Vehicle number plates currently in use in the country.

A press release signed by the Secretary of JTB, ML Abubakar stated that the new expiring date for the renewal process is 30th June 2014 instead of 1st October 2013 it earlier gave.

"The re-validation exercise in respect of these items will continue till 30th June, 2014. The Federal Road Safety Corps, the Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIO) and the State Board of Internal Revenue are putting all necessary arrangements in place to ensure ease of the process," the statement said.


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7 comments:

  1. D mechine is nt available in warri we ar advice 2 go 2 benin or Asabe whose mechine is nt also guaranteed

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  2. Better ooo... The cost is even high here in Lagos too, so this will enable us to save enough money to get it done.

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  3. Fedral govt should know that it is wickedness to MILK a sick and dieing Cow.many nigerian are living below POVERTY LEVEL,why then impose on them more problem.The old plate number has the countris ldentity,which is the flag,what else are they looking for.Does it mean now that my son or relations can not drive or use my car because it is not REGISTERED WITH HIS BLOOD AND OTHER DIFFICULT MEASURES!

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  4. Stupid idea to improverish us the more. That june date extension will still not work

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  5. The new date is fine but govt shld please enlighten the masses and announce this very vwey well...so security forces like police will not begin to exort us

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  6. If the prices fixed by the Senate is standardized throughout the Federation, there will be willing compliance and justification for enforcement. I challenge the Federal Govt to try my suggestion and checkout the wider appeal

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  7. Dis is just obvious exploitation of d pple of Nigeria. Why can't they let cars wt old plates be & make only those who acquire new cars to get d new one?

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