Mbalula: “License Validity Period Extended With 90 Days”

This includes all learner’s licences, driving licences, temporary driver’s licences, motor vehicle licence discs, temporary permits, roadworthy certificates and professional driving permits.

Mbalula: “License Validity Period Extended With 90 Days”-SurgeZirc SA
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula/Photo File:EWN

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said all license that expire during the period that commenced from March 26 up to and including May 31 are deemed to be valid.

Their validity period is further extended with 90 days form June 1.

This was according to the Minister Mbalula who was at the Centurion Licensing Centre this morning.

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Mbalula was speaking at the launch of the computerised learner licensing testing system.

“This includes all learner’s licences, driving licences, temporary driver’s licences, motor vehicle licence discs, temporary permits, roadworthy certificates and professional driving permits,” Mbalula said.

He addeds that motor trade number licences that expire during the period that commenced from March 26 up to and including May 31, are deemed to be valid and are extended for a further grace period of six months from the date of publication of these directions.

“Driving licence testing centres, registering authorities, vehicle testing stations and driving schools will resume their services with effect from June 1, subject to hygiene, disinfection control, social distancing and sanitising measures contemplated in direction,” he said.

He also sent a stern warning that no person will be allowed to enter a driving licence testing centre, registering authority, vehicle testing station or driving school if they do not wear a cloth face mask, or a homemade mask that covers the nose and mouth.

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The Road Traffic Management Corporation added that the sector must observe strict hygiene and social distancing and will turn away any customers who aren’t wearing face masks.

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