The Costa Rican Doctors’ and Surgeons’ Association is moving forward with a study of fees charged by private practitioners for more than 9,000 medical procedures.
Vehicle owners in Costa Rica can find out exactly how much they owe for the yearly circulation permit, "marchamo," starting Monday on the INS website, by text or by calling a toll free number.
The National Insurance Institute (INS) at noon Wednesday closed collection at their facilities of the year-end auto registration fee and mandatory vehicle circulation permits, known as marchamos, and reported that some 78.9 percent of motorists made the payment on time.
The National Insurance Institute begins collecting payments today for mandatory vehicle circulation permits, known as marchamos, from an estimated 1.2 million auto owners across the country. The deadline to pay the marchamo is Dec. 31.
Motorcycle owners are the most reluctant to pay, according to a Dec. 30 report.
The deadline to pay the mandatory permit, or marchamo, is Dec. 31.
Motorcyclists blocked various routes throughout the capital on Tuesday, demanding a decrease in circulation permit costs.