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Transport Department launches new online appointment booking service
     The Transport Department (TD) said today (July 25) that to facilitate the submission of the applications for retention, transfer or assignment of vehicle registration mark, the TD has extended the service of the Appointment Booking System for members of the public to make an online appointment from today for submission of the applications over counters in Hong Kong Licensing Office and Kowloon Licensing Office starting from July 27 onwards. The opening period for online appointments will be 10 weeks.

     Within the scheduled time slot, an applicant may submit three applications in connection with a specific vehicle at most, including at least one application for retention, transfer or assignment of vehicle registration mark, and two other applications involving the same vehicle with the appointment. Please note that other licensing applications not related to the vehicle with the appointment will not be accepted at the same time.
     The TD appeals to members of the public in need to use the online appointment services as far as possible. During the suspension of walk-in counter services at the Licensing Offices due to the epidemic, those without an appointment may continue to submit applications for retention, transfer or assignment of vehicle registration mark via the drop-in boxes placed at the Hong Kong Licensing Offices and the Kowloon Licensing Office from 9am to 5pm from Monday to Friday. Those submitting an application via a drop-in box should put the completed application form, all necessary documents and the appropriate fee (by crossed cheque payable to either "The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region" or "The Government of the HKSAR") into an envelope. Original identity documents and cash must not be submitted via a drop-in box. To avoid unnecessary delays, applicants should submit applications two to three weeks before the expiry date of the licences as far as practicable.
     For enquiries, members of the public can contact Hong Kong Licensing Office (2804 2636) and Kowloon Licensing Office (2150 7728).
Ends/Saturday, July 25, 2020
Issued at HKT 10:06
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