The MIA has released information saying that starting from April 1, drivers will not be allowed to have old number plates on their vehicles, as by doing so, they will commit an administrative offense.
The state agency says that car owners will be enabled to change their old vehicle registration numbers through the SAGENCY Service Agency mobile application if vehicles registered in their name are not alienated, and no data-related changes had been introduced.
''The SAGENCY mobile application may be downloaded via the iPhone APP store and Android Play Store. After the download is complete, a person concerned undergoes registration unless they had been registered on the Service Agency main page to get remote services. To enjoy distant services, the person concerned will provide personal data in the mobile application of the agency, which are as follows: first and last names, personal number, mobile phone number, and an email address.
In the event of active registration, persons concerned will reach their page after authorization. The MIA has started the distribution of new registration plates as early as 2014, with the deadline (September of 2020) also declared immediately. However, the necessity to carry out preventive measures against the coronavirus led to the extension of the six-year term before March 31 of the current year,'' the statement by the MIA reads.