TAJ puts measures in place to remedy motor vehicle sticker shortage
Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) says it has put in place mechanisms to address the shortage of motor vehicle registration stickers.
TAJ has blamed the high number of motorists licensing their vehicles for six months instead of a year for the shortage of 2013 registration stickers at some tax offices.
The TAJ says that motorists who wish to license their vehicles for six months will not receive stickers on the same day from the tax offices.
It says individuals will be asked to return to the offices after sixty days to pick up their registration sticker.
TAJ says the Jamaica Constabulary Force has been advised and will facilitate this arrangement.
Motorists are being asked to retain their receipts and motor vehicle registration certificates for presentation to the police if necessary.
The TAJ says in the event that a tax office is out of stock, it will only affect persons registering for six months.
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