Wednesday 17 January 2018

Dublin motor tax offices to close next week due to backlog

DUBLIN motor tax offices are to close next week due to what is being described as a “significant backlog”.

Dublin City Council confirmed this morning that the motor tax offices in Smithfield, Ballymun and Clondalkin will  be closed to the public from 11-15 November.

“This closure is to accommodate the significant backlog of non use declarations, motor tax applications and driving licence applications as a result of legislative changes introduced from 30th September, 2013,” DCC said in a statement.

“Please note that from Tuesday, 29th October, 2013, applications for learner permits, driving licences and driver licence renewals can no longer be made through the Motor Tax Offices.

“Dublin City Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause,” it added.

"In the meantime customers can continue to pay online at or by post to Motor Taxation Office, Block B, Blackhall Walk, Queen Street, Dublin 7, Clondalkin Motor Tax Office, Ninth Lock Road, Clondalkin,  Dublin 22 or Ballymun Motor Tax Office, Civic Centre,  Ballymun, Dublin 11."


Irish Independent

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