Pick n Pay (PnP) is trialling a new system that will allow motorists to pay for their vehicle licence disc renewal at any of its in-store till points.
After payment, customers can expect to receive their vehicle licence disc via courier within 10 business days.
The company said renewals are possible in all areas in the country, and that the system will also allow customers to pay outstanding fines that might be blocking the disc renewal, as reported by BusinessTech.
How it works
Customers looking to make use of the new system must register with their cellphone numbers at in-store PnP till points, or follow this link that was provided on the PnP website.
Following registration, customers must set up their profile and payment method by opting to “pay in a Pick n Pay store”.
This will allow you to pay in-store by providing your cellphone number as a payment reference.
A PnP Vehicle Licence Disc Renewal Portal profile then requires the following documentation:
- Clear image of ID book or card
- Copy of existing vehicle licence disc
- Proof of residence
These documents must be uploaded for your licence disc to be delivered to your desired address.
The fees for your vehicle licence disc renewal are as follows:
- Licence disc renewal admin fee – R345 (incl. VAT)
- Delivery fee – R99 (incl. VAT)
The delivery fee will be included in the total payment amount for the disc renewal.
“If there are any outstanding fines that are blocking your renewal, you will have the option to select these fines to include in your payment,” said PnP.
“If you do not settle these fines, your disc cannot be renewed. The payment amount provided on the portal will be linked to your mobile number, which you can provide as a reference when making payment in-store.”
The licence disc renewal can be performed at PnP supermarkets, hypermarkets, clothing stores, liquor stores, market stores, and express stores.
The list of stores currently trialling the system can be found here.
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