March 3, 2021

Cayman Islands: Need to transfer registration

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From Cayman Islands Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licencing If you are selling or buying a vehicle, it is imperative that you follow the transfer of ownership to completion. Ideally both parties should attend the DVDL and the seller should ensure that the vehicle is transferred to the new owner before leaving DVDL. If this […]

Cayman Islands police reminds buyers and sellers of motor vehicles of obligations to timely transfer ownership

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From RCIPS RCIPS Reminds Buyers and Sellers of Motor Vehicles of Obligations to Timely Transfer Ownership As of late, the RCIPS has seen instances where vehicles that have not been properly transferred after a change in ownership have been used in criminal activities. Prior owners should be aware that, in such cases, they can still […]

Cayman Islands police correct social media perception of their disregard of disabled persons parking space

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From RCIPS Photograph on Social Media of Response to Panic Alarm at Rubis Gas Station A photograph has been circulating on social media this morning purporting to display a police vehicle illegally parked in a disabled parking spot (attached).  Despite the fact that no verified information accompanied these posts, a lot of negative speculation toward […]

Cayman Islands police reminder of Transfer of Ownership on Vehicles procedure

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The RCIPS Reminds the Public of the Procedure on the Transfer of Ownership on Vehicles. The RCIPS would like to remind the public of the correct measures to be taken when transferring ownership of vehicles from one person to another. The best practice, according the to the Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing, is that […]

ROAD BLOCKED FOR SWEARING IN CEREMONY AT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

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The roadway is currently blocked at two points to facilitate setting up for the Swearing-in Ceremony of the new Cabinet tomorrow Wednesday 31 May 2017. These roadblocks will remain in place until about 5 PM tomorrow. One roadblock is set up at Fort Street – Top of the Fort (at the traffic lights) to the […]

Improvement to Cayman Islands Vehicle Inspections & Driving Test Services

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Implementing meaningful changes at the Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing (DVDL) is expected to refine driving-test and vehicle-inspection procedures, and enhance revenue collection. As part of Project Future’s ambition to achieve better outcomes and encourage public service innovation, plans to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of drivers’ licensing services and vehicle licensing procedures have […]

Cayman Islands PTB warns vehicle owners on being compliant on offering transportation services to the public

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From Cayman Islands Ministry of District Administration of Tourism & Transport PTB Cautions Drivers On Compliance Drivers who sign up to provide ride-sharing services and do not have a permit to do so, are breaking the Law. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (26 September, 2016) The Public Transport Board (PTB) is urging vehicle owners to ensure […]

Cayman Islands police addresses trailer safety through education and enforcement

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By Jacqueline Carpenter From RCIPS RCIPS Traffic Management Unit Addresses Trailer Safety through Education and Enforcement The RCIPS Traffic Management Unit (TMU) has renewed its attention to the safety and roadworthiness of trailers, in response to public complaints about the manner they are being driven on the road, as well as a few recent dangerous […]

Cayman Islands MLA issues complaint against police commissioner for non-performance

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Pursuant to Sections 44 (1)(a)-(b) and 44 1(d)-(e)) of the Public Service Management Law complaint is made against staff member of the Ministry of Home Affairs David Baines for the following items of misconduct, inadequate performance over a reasonable period of time and the necessity to improve the efficiency of the Ministry of Home Affairs […]

Cop caught parking in disabled slot – misleading

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From RCIPS Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 4:12 PM Following the story published on the CNS website today captioned ‘Cop caught parking in disabled slot, again’ – the RCIPS Professional Standards Unit commenced an investigation to determine the officer responsible for parking in the disabled parking space at Camana Bay, which purported to have been taken […]