Tax Administration Jamaica, TAJ, says it has yet to replenish its stock of motor vehicle license plates.

Last week, TAJ indicated that the shortage was caused by problems being experienced by its foreign based suppliers.

The TAJ had informed motorists that the problem would have been resolved this week.

But the Communications Officer at the TAJ, Leighton Beckles, says motorists will have to wait a while longer.

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Mr. Beckles is encouraging motorists to use their old plates in the interim until the situation is rectified.

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