Increases Reflect Inflation Since They Were Last Revised 8 Years Ago
From tomorrow a number of price hikes relating to driving licences, test and vehicle registration will come into force.
The hikes were approved in this months sitting of Tynwald and have been introduced to cover the increased costs of services provided by the Department of Infrastructure.
The cost of a provisional driving licence will increase from £13 to £15, and from £20 to £25 for a full licence.
The cost of sitting a driving test has also shot up by £10 to £35.
As well as to cover the costs of increased services the Department say they also reflect inflation over the period since they were last revised 8 years ago.