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Transport Division Outlines Renewal Of Vehicle License Requirements Using digiGOV

The Division of Transport wishes to inform the public that the following are required when applying for  Vehicle License Renewal on the Saint Lucia’s Digital Integrated Services platform (digiGov) via the link a valid ID card and your supporting documents (Inspection document and valid insurance certificate) are required.

Once registered on the platform, the system requires you to log in using your NIC or passport number (which ever one was used during your self-registration) as your username and to enter your password.

Once you have logged onto the platform, the vehicle registration number should be entered as well as the previous insurance expiration date. Please note that the new insurance expiration date should not be used then.

Should there be any queries with the login process you can contact a Help Desk Agent at 311 for assistance.

Customers can also access Transport Services at the Castries Service Bureau Agent (SBA) Office on Bourbon Street in Castries next to the Public Library or at any of the ICT Centres listed below:

Vieux Fort, Micoud and Soufriere ICT Centres.

SOURCE: Division of Transport

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  1. after completing the online registration how many days you have to line up to get your documents. the digigov platform is not stable it crashes how many times already. i would advise citizens to visit the various location when needed to avoid getting hypertension otherwise.

  2. The inconsistency – the article refers to vehicle LICENSE renewal but supporting documents include vehicle registration and inspection? Shouldn’t it be vehicle REGISTRATION renewal?


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