Long queues and large crowds frustrated both motorists and workers at the Transport Board vehicle registration office in Paynters on Friday, as drivers took the last business day of the year to register their vehicles.
Sources at the offices told Antigua News Room (ANR) that the chaotic scene was made worse when the Board ran out of registration stickers.
As the year comes to a close, many drivers waited for the last opportunity to update their vehicle’s status.
In addition, the government’s ABST tax break every December for the last few years has increased the number of vehicles purchased and registered at this time of year.
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Wait so they knew this in advanced?
lol need to bring back Harry Josiah
That’s how it goes sometimes. Waiting for “freebs” comes with a price!
Unfortunately our government including statutory system is very backwards. We approach 2018 and yet still some things are not computerized when we live in a world with advanced technology. Some of these workers have no customer service and wanna have their eyes down in their phones while serving you at the same time. There are many other reasons to numerous to mention
Why not do it the way its done in other places? By birthdate.
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