The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has announced that all its fees and charges have been reviewed.

The Authority’s Chief Executive, Kwasi Agyeman Busia, in a statement said the adjustment was made following Parliament’s approval for an increase on DVLA fees and charges.

According to him, the increment is to take effect from Monday, October 3 since the adjustment is currently being “inputted onto the DVLA Payment Platform.”

DVLA to increase charges effective October 3

Mr Busia subsequently charged all regional and district licensing managers and private vehicle test stations to ensure that the revised prices are implemented.

He also directed them to paste the new price list on their various notice boards for customers.

“By this circular, all are required to bring staff under their supervision up to speed on the implementation,” parts of the statement read.

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