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Monday 16 January 2023 | Written by CI News Staff | Published in Local, National
Cook Islands Police Service asked for continued patience as the delivery of cards for driver’s licenses experienced a prolonged delay.
Last week Cook Islands Police Service asked for continued patience as the delivery of cards for driver’s licenses experienced a prolonged delay.
paper licenses are being issued while the new stock is awaited, in at least
another two weeks,” the statement said.
Licensing Office also reminded drivers that testing commences at 9am Monday to
Friday, with practicals concluding by 1pm.
processing of the licenses needs to start wrapping up from 1pm and the Office
will close at 2pm due to the time required to reconcile the payments and
deposit the daily intake by 3pm.”
was earlier reported that Cook Islands Police issues more than 500 visitor
driver licences each month and more than 400 for residents.
Police Licencing Office has been issuing paper licences temporarily due to the
depletion of card stock.
Islands Police spokesperson Trevor Pitt earlier said this has been an ongoing
problem, with the supply of cards and colour print ribbon running out every few