Removal of Appointments for Certain Licensing Transactions from November 21st, 2022


The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise the general public that effective November 21st , 2022 appointments will no longer be required for certain transactions at the Licensing Office. Walk-in services will be facilitated for the following transactions:

  • Vehicle Transfer
  • Vehicle Changes (color, engine)
  • Vehicle Reclassification
  • Vehicle Inspections
Please be advised that the appointment-based system will continue for the following transactions: Driver’s Licence Renewals, Driver’s Licence Changes (name, address), Endorsement, Provisional (learner’s) Permit, Regulations Examinations, Driving Test.

Persons seeking to conduct these transactions can do so by utilizing the online scheduling appointment portal at Customers are strongly encouraged to explore all available time-slots at licensing locations nationally if your preferred location is unavailable.

Additionally, persons are reminded that a proof of address (utility bill no older than three months) is required to complete a licensing transaction. The accepted forms of proof of address include a cable bill, home internet bill, electricity bill (T&TEC), OR water bill (WASA). If a customer does not have a utility bill in their name, he or she is required to produce a letter of authorization from the owner and a copy of their national identification.

The Ministry of Works and Transport thanks the general public for their continued cooperation. Please be guided accordingly

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