NOTICE

The Caye Caulker Village Council & Caye Caulker Traffic Control Committee would like to advise villagers that we are now printing drivers' licenses, issuing License plates and Certificates of Titles, and connected to the Belize Motor Vehicle Registration and License System (BMVRALS).

Please be reminded of some requirements when conducting traffic transactions based on the Motor Vehicle Law:

1.When applying for a driver's license and registering new and existing vehicles, a valid proof of ID such as a social security card, passport or voter's ID will be required.

2.Drivers license holders or applicants need to wear a shirt with sleeves and be ready to take their driver's license photo.

3.Drivers license applicants with out-district addresses need to bring a letter from their landlord along with a copy of a utility bill matching their address. The letter from the landlord and utility bill needs to be stamped by a Justice of the Peace.

4. Upon relicensing of a vehicle, the owner or authorized personnel must bring along the vehicle's D.Ligir.jal Certificate of Title.

5. A police report must be submitted for any lost Certificate of Title, license plates or driver's license.

6. When registering a new vehicle, the owner must present a valid approval letter from the C.C.T.C.C., an original custom paper, a valid transfer document, a bill of sale, and ensure the vehicle is roadworthy.

7.Violation tickets issued will need to be paid within 15 calendar days of the date of issue of the ticket. If the fine is not paid within fifteen calendar days, you will be charged $5 for every day the ticket remains unpaid. If the fine remains unpaid for a period of 30 calendar days, the violation ticket shall automatically operate as a summons for you to appear before the Court as stated on the face of the ticket. If you fail to appear in Court as required, a warrant may be issued for your arrest or the trial may be held in your absence.

We thank you for your kind cooperation and patience as we undergo this transition as a community.