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Government seeks to curb reselling of online appointments for driving tests

Changes in the online registration system aim to prevent users from snatching up appointments en masse and then reselling them.

Costa Rican transit officials say higher fines in 2015 will help reduce roadway accidents

The highest traffic fine – Class A – will increase from ₡293,000 ($553) to ₡306,000 ($578), the Public Works and Transport Ministry's Traffic Department reported. Class A fines include driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with an expired license.

No more mandatory email registration for drivers, Constitutional Chamber rules

The Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, this week ruled unconstitutional several articles of Costa Rica's Traffic Law that obligate motorists to register an email address in order to receive notifications of fines and other information from the Roadway Safety Council.

Prosecutor’s office releases most detainees arrested in alleged driver’s license fraud scheme

Only eight suspects remain in custody from a police raid on Wednesday.

Judicial police arrest 70 suspects in alleged driver’s license fraud scheme

A doctor's office, where apparently fraudulent physicals were issued, was also raided.

Foreigners can pay for driver’s license directly at Roadway Safety Council offices

Payments in all public banks will soon be possible.

How can foreigners obtain a Costa Rican driver’s license?

NEWS YOU CAN USE: Only a few basic documents are needed for expats to obtain a driver’s license.

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