Persons seeking to renew their licenses will now have to visit NTSA’s online portal to apply for the document. The online renewal of driving licenses follows the introduction of E-citizen portal for government payment services. No new driving licenses will be issued from banks or Huduma Centres.
To access the service
visit the authority’s portal (www.ntsa.go.ke) and sign up for an e-citizen account. National Identification number is required for successful sign up. Users will then be prompted to sign in to use the NTSA services. Other services that the portal will offer include applying for a provisional driving license and booking a driving test.
Payment for license renewal will be made using available mobile money services; a three-year licence will cost Sh1400 plus a Sh50 convinience fee. A one-year licence on the other hand will cost Sh600 and Sh50 convinience fee. After successful application, one will be able to print their renewal slip.
Note: Enforcement officers will use mobile phone to confirm validity of your Driving License