Validity of driver's licenses and expired license plates extended
The Transit and Land Transportation Authority (ATTT) announced on Friday the extension of several measures, in accordance with the mitigation measures adopted by the National Government as a result of the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19).
Among these measures, the entity details the extension until November 30, of the provisional suspension of the application of sanction for contempt , established in Article 240 of Executive Decree 640 of 2006 (Traffic Regulations), this with the aim of avoiding inconvenience that may result from the retention of the license or vehicle.
Likewise, the provisional suspension of the application of the offense for circulating with expired license plates, contained in numeral 11 of Article 241 of Executive Decree 640 of 2006, is extended, a measure that applies to vehicles with license plates whose expiration date corresponds to the months of August, September and October, since the plates from previous months are available to taxpayers for their removal.
In addition, the ATTT extends the extension in the validity of all driver's licenses with an expiration date in the months of March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October, until November 30, 2020.