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The new fees for driving licenses and other services provided by the National Institute of Land Transport (INATTER) will take effect on Monday, November 5, the institution has announced.
In a statement issued last Thursday, INATTER indicates that the new tariff will be implemented once the system regarding the rates has been updated and the adequacy of the administrative aspects of collection confirmed.
The costs of the services provided by that institution were updated through Ministerial Diploma No.82/2018, of 5 September, and the entry into force of the new chart was confirmed by INATTER spokesman Vasco Tovela, as reported by the newspaper Noticias.
Under the new chart, car and heavy vehicle registration will cost 2,980 and 3,900 meticais respectively, while for trailers and semi-trailers the rate is to cost 1,985 meticais and 1,050 meticais, the latter rate also applicable to agricultural tractors.
The value of issuing or replacing the vehicles registration certificate [livrete] was raised to 1,850 meticais, while a duplicate document will cost 1,550 meticais.
The driving test for light and heavy vehicles, motorcycles and tractors, as well as for a professional license or a new entry in a pre-existing public services document [averbamento] will cost 2,185 meticais.Source: Folha de Maputo