El marbete se podrá renovar a partir del 18 de octubre

The label can be renewed from October 18

The General Directorate of Internal Taxes (DGII), reported that from Tuesday, October 18, 2022 to January 31, 2023, the renewal period of the Vehicle Circulation Tax (marbete) 2022-2023 will be in force, Therefore, through the “Móntate en la Ruta” campaign, all capable vehicle owners were called to carry out the acquisition process on time.

He reported that the values ​​of the label remain unchanged in relation to the previous period: 1,500 pesos for vehicles manufactured until 2017 and 3,000 pesos for those manufactured from 2018, inclusive, onwards.

The entity explained that for the renewal 33 financial entities and cooperatives with 689 branches distributed throughout the national geography will be availableas well as in the collection offices of the DGII of Villa Vásquez, Montecristi province, and Sánchez, Samaná province.

You can also renew electronically through the website dgii.gov.do from the beginning of the renewal period until January 15, 2023.

The DGII indicated that to carry out the renewal in any of the available entities, as well as to receive the orders made via the web, It is essential to have a photocopy of the license plate of the vehicle to be renewed, legible and in good condition.

For this renewal period there are 1,684,837 working vehicles and the DGII provides an estimated collection of 2,734,183,500 pesos.


The DGII informed that the amounts corresponding to the sanctions for non-renewal during the established period are maintained:

  • 2,000 pesos (surcharge) to vehicles that renew after January 31, 2023.
  • 2,100 pesos to vehicles without renewing the tag 2021-2022 (2,000 pesos for non-renewal sanction + 100 pesos for administrative cessation).
  • 3,100 pesos to vehicles without renewing the tag 2020-2021 and previous years (3,000 pesos for non-renewal penalty + 100 pesos for administrative cessation).

Source link

Previous Story

Child poverty, a burden that condemns development

Next Story

Pedro Castillo: all the times he was accused of being the head of a criminal organization

Latest from Dominican Republic