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Shoprite and Checkers slash the cost of car licence renewals 

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For a discounted fee of only R185 - the lowest offered by a South African retailer - motorists can renew their vehicle licence online and pay either online or in-person at the Money Market counter in any of the 1 350 Shoprite, Checkers and Usave stores nationwide.  

This special offer is available from 1 November 2023 until 31 January 2024and is in response to the millions of South African vehicle licenses that expired in September and October 2023.

"With soaring living costs, times are tough for consumers. We hope to provide some relief by reducing the cost of car licence renewals and providing a hassle-free process that can be completed in just a few easy steps," said Jean Olivier, General Manager: Financial Services at the Shoprite Group.

How does it work?

With all the correct documents – a current car licence disc, a barcoded ID book or Smartcard ID, and proof of residence – the process is effortless and can take less than three minutes to complete:

  • Step 1: Capture your information online
  • Step 2: Pay online via Computicket or in-store
  • Step 3: Courier delivery within 5-10 business days

What does it cost?

The fixed renewal fees are:

  • Admin fee:25
  • Delivery fee: 75
  • Total fee: R185

The licence fee and possible penalties are variable, and a quote will be provided once the renewal process has commenced. 

Vehicle licences can also be paid for at the Money Market counters in OK Furniture, House & Home and selected OK Foods franchise outlets. 

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