The minister additionally confirmed that registering authorities, testing centres and automobile testing stations would open on June 1.
All learners licences, momentary licences, drivers licences, and roadworthy certificates together with momentary permits that expired throughout the period of March 26 as much as May 31 are deemed to be legitimate based on Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula.
While in Centurion on Friday morning to launch a computerised learner testing system that can help authorities to ease the backlog of service points obtained because of the nationwide lockdown, Mbalula mentioned the validity of expired licences that expired throughout the period of March 26 and May 31 shall be extended by an additional 90 days from June 1.
The minister additionally confirmed that registering authorities, testing centres and automobile testing stations would open on 1 June.
He warned that every one testing centres, registering authorities, driving colleges and testing stations needed to put in place procedures for the cleansing and disinfection of their premises earlier than the graduation of their companies on June 1.
“These establishments should present hygiene dispensers for the washing of palms of their purchasers when coming into their premises.
“No individual shall be allowed to enter a testing station, driving faculty or every other registering authority if they don’t put on a masks that covers the nostril and masks.”
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