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Sale of inspection stickers extended to Jan. 15

Transportation and Public Works Secretary Eileen Vélez Vega insisted that there is no shortage of inspection stickers.

By The Star Staff

Transportation and Public Works (DTOP by its Spanish acronym) Secretary Eileen Vélez Vega announced Thursday that she signed Resolution 2022-45 extending the sale of vehicle inspection stickers (“marbetes”) until Jan. 15 at any available dispensary establishment, which includes banks, inspection centers and collection centers.

The secretary’s decision came after reports of vehicle inspection centers and banks alerting her about a possible problem with the supply of 2023 stickers (the Roberto Clemente commemorative sticker) for drivers who have to renew their stickers in December.

Vélez Vega insisted that there is no shortage of stickers.

“During last weekend some Inspection Centers came up short of inventory due to the high volume of traffic and the long weekend, but today sticker inventory has been replenished in all the sales points in anticipation of the long New Year’s weekend ahead,” the DTOP secretary said in a written statement. “There is sufficient inventory for 2023 and 2024 at points of sale: banks, collection centers, inspection centers and cooperatives.”

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