DVLA Fees and Charges to go up in October 2022
This is to help make provision for an annual adjustment of fees and charges that will be levied by Governmental Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in line with widespread economic conditions.
In line with a bill passed by The Parliament of the Republic of Ghana on the 14th day of July 2022 on fees and charges.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA), Ghana has referenced a letter issued by the Ministry of Finance to it’s effect.
In the DVLA letter dated 28th September 2022, it is stated that parliament has given approval for increase on DVLA Fees and Charges for all activities across board. This increment will subsequently be inputted onto the DVLA Payment Platform for clients attention.
The implementation of the increased rates will take effect from Monday 3rd October 2022 after the Payment Platform has been updated.
This means that the Ghanaian citizen will have to pay more in this trying economic times for any DVLA services they may patronize.
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What are some of the services that are likely to attract these charges? There are two (2) main categories of services provided by DVLA and they are:
The DVLA services outlined under this category include:
- Foreign License conversion
- International driving permit
- Replacement of lost license
- New driver’s license
- Proficiency test
- Renewal of driver’s license
- Replacement of old license
- License upgrade.
The DVLA services outlined under this category includes:
- Change of use
- Accident Procedure
- International vehicle permit
- Physical conversion
- Vehicle registration
- Trade plates
- Change of ownership
- Vehicle Layoff
Get ready to pay more for these services.
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