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    Question Revista 2006 ? ? ?

    My usually reliable PIM tells me that I must obtain a 2006 revista no later than 28feb06;
    * I made this entry in my PIM in Feb. or March 2005, after the usual hassle, lines, confusion, etc.
    * To date, 27feb06, I've heard nor read nothing @ a 2006 revista?
    * Am I missing something? Important? Is my [American] memory fading in the Dominican sun?
    * Has the Gov't abolished the revista? Help! Thank you.

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    Default In the paper on the 23rd

    Jueves 23 de Febrero, 2006 "DIARIO LIBRE"
    "Se acabaron los marbetes de revista; no hay fecha para proceso expedición"

    "Santo Domingo. El proceso de expedición de la revista, requisito exigido a los vehículos para autorizar su circulación, se encuentra paralizado debido a que se agotaron los marbetes en la Dirección General de Tránsito Terrestre (DGTT).

    Ante esa situación la Secretaría de Obras Públicas pidió a la Autoridad Metropolitana de Transporte (AMET), abstenerse de requerir el marbete a los conductores hasta tanto se normalice la situación.

    Avelino García, encargado de prensa de la institución, anunció que en la próxima semana se comunicará oficialmente cuando arrancará el proceso de expedición de la revista.

    Precisó que para este año se adoptará la modalidad de realizar operativos en las empresas, como una forma de agilizar la expedición de los marbetes. “Una comisión de la Dirección de Tránsito se trasladará a las empresas para dotar a sus empleados de la revista”, enfatizó.

    A pesar de los intentos de DL por obtener una explicación en la dirección de la DGTT y la subsecretaría de Tránsito, en ninguna de las dos instancias de Obras Públicas se quiso ofrecer detalles del retraso.

    Ni el subsecretario Mario Holguín ni el encargado de Revista, José Amaro, se atrevieron a hablar sobre la dificultad en la expedición del marbete, por lo que se desconoce si hay algún conflicto con la empresa que lo confecciona. Ambos argumentaron que no tenían autorización del secretario Freddy Pérez para hablar del caso."
    Last edited by POP Bad Boy; 02-27-2006 at 04:23 PM.

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    In Santo Domingo, where do you go to get you vehicle inspected - and get the revista sticker??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heythere View Post
    In Santo Domingo, where do you go to get you vehicle inspected - and get the revista sticker??

    I was searching for the answer to this question today. I know I have to go to Ban Reservas to pay for the revista, where then do I go for the inspection in Santo Domingo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDJones View Post
    There are two different stickers you need for your car.
    One is the revista, which is the inspection sticker, the other is the marbete.
    The revista is round, and the marbete is retangular.
    Unless your matricula(registration) has your cedula on it, you'll have to go the the main office of the DGII to get the marbete.
    The revista can be purchased in the same office, if I'm not mistaken..

    Is the marbete the "license plate sticker"? I have that but is says 2005. How long is it valid?

    Where is the "main office of the DGII"?

    I was told to "purchase the revista" at Ban Reservas. I was told I then have to go somewhere else for a mini inspection (though I do not know where yet). I just called Ban Reservas and they told me that yes, I have to go to them first and pay 45 pesos to purchase the revista. Now the unanswered questions are where to I go next and do I have this "marbete" or not?

    It was nice of the people at the dealership where I bought the car to tell me this. They knew it was my first time buying a car in this country. I asked when I was leaving if I needed to do anything else and they said "no".

    I would have kept driving around without it if AMET had not stopped me the other night and asked for it. When I explained that I didn't know what he was talking about, he was a real gentlemen and told me to go to Ban Reservas to get one and then he let me go with a warning. He was a real gentleman. That was my first dealing with AMET and I was surprised at how professional he was.

    Larry

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    For revista inspection you need to go to Transito Terrestre (a part of Obras Publicas). I can tell you where it is in Puerto Plata, but not in SD. Here is website
    http://seopc.gov.do/servicios/venta_revista.html

    The marbete ('licence plate sticker' which actually goes in your window!) for 2006 is now available from DGII or other outlets if your name is on matricula. If your name isn't on matricula go to DGII with a copy of cedula of person whose name IS on matricula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambada View Post
    For revista inspection you need to go to Transito Terrestre (a part of Obras Publicas). I can tell you where it is in Puerto Plata, but not in SD. Here is website
    http://seopc.gov.do/servicios/venta_revista.html

    The marbete ('licence plate sticker' which actually goes in your window!) for 2006 is now available from DGII or other outlets if your name is on matricula. If your name isn't on matricula go to DGII with a copy of cedula of person whose name IS on matricula.
    Thanks Lambada,

    I went to BanReservas to prove ownership and insurance of the vehicle and was given a reciept to bring to "unas de las obras publicas" as the teller told me. She said there is one here in the capital on Tiradentes. I am trying to find out exactly where. I don't see a list of locations on that site you linked me.

    As far as the marbete goes, the sticker that is currently on my windshield came along with my new plates when I bought the car in July. The owner of the dealership stuck the stickr on my windshield so even though it says 2005, I doubt it is expired. Does anyone know how long they are valid for?

    Larry

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    You need a new marbeta, one that says 2006. Forget about expiry dates and all the BS, it does not apply here. The bikes start in Sept with new marbetas, so I'm assuming this is when the AMET clampdown on cars not having them will really start.

    Obras publicas is on Triadentes, just the other side of JFK, couple of blocks north. It's on the right hand side as you drive down on the corner, you can't miss it. You get the revista round the corner, not actually in Obras publicas. Ask around, someone on the street will know for sure. You need a photo copy of your insurance and matricula.

    The Marbeta can be purchased at many banks. I used the BDI Bank in Multi Centro, it was quick and cost RD$2,200 (jeepeta). You go in with your original matricula and they will run it on the phone and tell you how much you need to pay. As soon as you have paid they give you the sticker

    If you have a problem with your matricula, then you will need to go to the DGII (tax office) and pay. 2 people in front of me had problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry View Post
    Thanks Lambada,

    I went to BanReservas to prove ownership and insurance of the vehicle and was given a reciept to bring to "unas de las obras publicas" as the teller told me. She said there is one here in the capital on Tiradentes. I am trying to find out exactly where. I don't see a list of locations on that site you linked me.

    As far as the marbete goes, the sticker that is currently on my windshield came along with my new plates when I bought the car in July. The owner of the dealership stuck the stickr on my windshield so even though it says 2005, I doubt it is expired. Does anyone know how long they are valid for?

    Larry
    If you hunt around on that website you will find some locations........
    ¿Dónde se realizan?

    En Santo Domingo: Sede Central de la Dirección General de Tránsito Terrestre y en el Modulo Multicentro Churchill y en los módulos habilitados para tales fines.

    Re the marbete the current one says 2006, is thinner (top to bottom) than the last one & has a green strip at top and bottom. The 2005 one is a silver oblong with 2005 on it. That has expired. I'm sure your friendly Amet guy will confirm this for you........ The fact that the dealer stuck it on for you does not necessarily mean it is current. He may have bought it a while back and held on to it prior to selling the vhicle.

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