The world is changing, so naturally, the way we do things will also change. This is true when it comes to renewing your vehicle licence disc.
Vehicle licence discs need to be done annually. If It expires, you could face fines or penalties. You are given a 21 day grace period where you can drive with an expired licence disc.
In the past, options were limited when you wanted to renew your vehicle licence disc. Motorists had to visit their local traffic department office in order to complete the process. Many people often dreaded the long queues and the time it would take to get help.
You can now choose to renew your vehicle licence disc at your local post office branch or at a Pick n Pay store.
Here’s How To Renew Your Vehicle Licence Disk At The Post Office
Step 1: Visit the South African Post Office Website’s motor vehicle licence page by Clicking Here
Step 2: Create or Update your profile
Step 3: Upload the relevant documents
Step 4: Sign the form provided to you
Step 5: Select a delivery option. You can choose to collect the licence disk at the Post Office branch or have it delivered to your home for R75.
Here’s How To Renew Your Vehicle Licence Disk At Pick n Pay
Step 1: Visit Pick n Pay’s Vehicle Licence Disk Renewals Page by Clicking Here
Step 2: Register with your cell phone number or CLICK HERE to register on the Pick n Pay vehicle licence renewal portal
Step 3: Pay in store by providing your cell phone number as your payment reference and your vehicle licence disc will be couriered within 10 working days
The cost of renewing licence disc renewal admin fee of R250 (including VAT). You will also be charged a R99.99c delivery fee. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.