ZINARA Vehicle License Fees 2020

A few days ago, I discovered that I needed to pay the license fee for my vehicle. “Discovered,” because I had been blissfully driving along, without a care in the world. I was still in holiday mode, and with the police no longer bothering people on the roads, it never occurred to me that my vehicle license need to be renewed in January. Fortunately, I remembered on time and didn’t have to pay a penalty. So, what are the ZINARA vehicle License Fees for the year 2020?

Current ZINARA license fee for small vehicles

The current ZINARA vehicle license fee for small vehicles stands at $200. That’s 200 bond dollars.

Third Party Insurance

Third party insurance for vehicles currently stands at $351. That’s brings the total amount that you need to pay to RTGS 551.

ZBC Vehicle Radio License Fee

The ZBC radio license fee currently stands at $400 bond. That’s way more than the ZINARA vehicle license fee, which makes absolutely no sense. It’s definitely an inspiration for drivers to remove radios from their vehicles. It’s what I have decided to do. Instead of listening to ZBC, I will just sing while driving along in my vehicle.

Making my own payment

Anyway, back to my story; after discovering that I needed to pay my ZINARA vehicle license fee, I immediately headed over to the nearest Choppies Supermarket to make the payment. There, I got quoted the above amounts. To be frank, I was quite shocked. The last time I made my payment, the total amount required was at around 120 bond dollars.

I used to buy full cover insurance from Champions. However, I have long since stopped doing so. I didn’t even have the courage to ask what the cover for my beloved but bruised Corolla bubble would have been. Anyway, thanks for reading this article. The figures that are given here could change at any time, all things being considered. So, don’t blame me should that happens. In fact, I didn’t even want to write this article. As a blogger, the best kind of articles are ones that endure. However, things are such that even web content is suffering from inflation in Zimbabwe. You write that something costs so much today, and before the end of the day, it has changed it’s price and your article has already lost it’s relevance.

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