Renewing driver's license

Duece

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Renewed in Puerto Plata. There were maybe 10 people ahead of me. In and out in 45 minutes and I had to take all the tests except driving. Spoiler alert, all the employees were as nice as they could be and very helpful.
 
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SantiagoDR

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What´s the current cost to renew a driving license to drive a car/suv?
 

SantiagoDR

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Yes you can, but why wait on a long line there when you can pay at Intrant with no line when you go for your renewal. Times are changing.............
Thanks, what´s the costs of renewal?
 

Seamonkey

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I went this morning at 9:20 to renew. The large lot in from in Intrant was deserted so I parked there. I walked in, information desk never asked if I had an appointment and told me to pay at the next desk with my cc. I had to pay a late fee of 1400 pesos as my license had expired last October. It took me 3 minutes to answer 28 questions on a tablet. All answers for me were "no". Did the hearing and vision test and got 100%, took my picture and got my card. I was in and out in less than 20 minutes. There were only a few other people in there. Excellent service.
 

JD Jones

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I went this morning at 9:20 to renew. The large lot in from in Intrant was deserted so I parked there. I walked in, information desk never asked if I had an appointment and told me to pay at the next desk with my cc. I had to pay a late fee of 1400 pesos as my license had expired last October. It took me 3 minutes to answer 28 questions on a tablet. All answers for me were "no". Did the hearing and vision test and got 100%, took my picture and got my card. I was in and out in less than 20 minutes. There were only a few other people in there. Excellent service.
That's what happens when they have a fast, organized office. A while back there was a little kiosk trailer in front of a Sirena I visited, and while I sat in my car I watched around a dozen persons renew their licenses in a matter of minutes.

That's the way it should be.
 
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