Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) has published newly reviewed vehicle licencing fees for 2022 effective 17 June 2022. This follows the increased motor vehicle insurance fees from January of this year.
ZINARA Vehicle Licencing Fees as of June 17 2022
|NET MASS||New Vehicle Licence Fee (ZWL$)|
|Up to 1500kg||7 000|
|1 501kg to 2 250kg||9 460|
|2 251kg to 3 000kg||11 120|
|3 00lkg to 3 750kg||22 240|
|3 751kg to 4250kg||27 810|
|4 251kg to 5 000kg||33 360|
|5001kg to 5 750kg||36 970|
|5 751kg to 6 250kg||38 830|
|6250kg to 7000kg||44 390|
|7001kg to 7750kg||47 720|
|7751kg to 9 250kg||51 020|
|9251kg to 10 000kg||54 770|
|10001kg to 10750kg||73 030|
|10 751kg and above||110 920|
Revised Tollgate Fees
Zinara also updated its toll fees, which in terms of Section 4 of Statutory Instrument 31 of 2021, which are pegged in foreign currency but payable in ZWL. As such the toll fees in foreign currency have remained unchanged but have been adjusted in the local currency to reflect the latest exchange rate.
|Vehicle Class||USD||ZAR||BWP||New Fee in ZWL|
|Light Motor Vehicles||2||30||20||700|
|Heavy Vehicles||5||80||60||1 750|
|Haulage Trucks||10||160||120||3 500|
|Residential Discount per Term||40||14 000|
January Insurance Review
The Insurance Council of Zimbabwe (ICZ) had increased the insurance premiums from 25 January 2022 as a reaction to inflationary pressures and exchange rate changes. Third-party insurance has risen by 14% from ZWL$ 7695 to ZWL$9810 per year for private cars.
Compensation limits for third-party insurance also increased from ZWL$171 000 to ZWL$218 000, while the full-cover threshold was expanded from ZWL$855 000 to ZWL$1 090 000 respectively; effective January 2022. Full-cover premiums however are determined by the value of the vehicle.