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Applications invited for 43rd Personalised Vehicle Registration Marks exercise
     The Transport Department (TD) today (August 28) announced that the 43rd invitation exercise of the Personalised Vehicle Registration Marks (PVRMs) Scheme will be launched on September 1.

     "Starting from September 1, applications are invited under the 43rd invitation exercise for the allocation of PVRMs upon sale by auction. Completed application forms should reach the department no later than September 30. If there are more than 1 500 applications, those to be considered will be selected by lot," a TD spokesman said.

     The application form (TD 569) and the Guidance Notes for Application can be downloaded from the TD's website (www.td.gov.hk) or obtained from the TD's Licensing Offices as well as the Public Enquiry Service Centres of the Home Affairs Department.

     Interested persons should complete and submit the application form through one of the following ways:

(a) By post to the Vehicle Registration Marks Unit, Transport Department, 12/F, South Tower, West Kowloon Government Offices, 11 Hoi Ting Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. Applications received by post will be dated by the postmark;

(b) Via the drop-in boxes at the TD's Licensing Offices at Admiralty, Cheung Sha Wan, Kwun Tong and Sha Tin between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Friday (except public holidays). Applications submitted via the drop-in boxes should be handed in no later than 5pm on September 30 (Wednesday). For easy identification, please mark “PVRM Application” on the envelope of the application. Applicants are advised to visit the TD's website for the latest service arrangements of the Licensing Offices; or

(c) Through the online application service at the GovHK website (www.gov.hk/en/residents/transport/vehicle/ospvrm.htm) if the applicant possesses a digital certificate.
     Applicants are advised to read carefully the Guidance Notes for details of the scheme before completing the application form. They can also check whether a proposed PVRM is in compliance with the basic combination requirements by using the online service at the GovHK website.

     No payment of a deposit is required when submitting an application. Each applicant can submit only one application in each exercise. If an applicant submits more than one application, none of his or her applications will be processed. Once submitted, the applicant cannot withdraw the application or change the arrangement of the PVRM stated in the application form.

     An acknowledgement will immediately be sent to the applicant upon successful submission of an online application. Those who submit applications by TD 569 will receive the TD's acknowledgement by ordinary post within two weeks after submission. Applicants who do not receive the acknowledgement within this time frame should call the TD hotline at 2804 2600.
Ends/Friday, August 28, 2020
Issued at HKT 14:53
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