All Monaco license plate holders have been sent a letter to renew vehicle registration fees for 2020.
The Traffic Services Department’s open registration period runs from 1stOctober until 31st December 2019 and offers residents two convenient methods of payment.
Users can choose to pay online but must remember to type in the vehicle registration plate number at the top left of the invoice.
Bank checks from French or Monegasque institutions are also accepted and are to be made payable to the Service des Titres de Circulation. There will be a special box available in the entry lobby of the Traffic Service’s Department to deposit the checks, which must be accompanied by a signed invoice and in the envelope provided by the government.
Conversely, users may also send the letter by post, but are reminded the envelope must be legally stamped and posted before the 31st December deadline.
Penalties will be incurred for anyone failing to register before the end of year cut-off date, and cancellation of your number plate will occur on 7th February for those who do not pay, after being formally notified.
The Department must be alerted to any change in situation, such as address, civil status, or (re)newed identity documentation. It may also be necessary to provide driver’s licenses and registration certificates in some instances.
The address for the Service des Titres de Circulation is 23 Avenue Albert II, 1ere Etage, 98000 Monaco.