Whether you are licensing your vehicle for the first time or renewing, the process is much the same and is fairly straight forward. The same documents that were required during the inspection process will also be used to complete the licensing process.
New vehicle registration
Licensing a new vehicle is similar to that of a renewal. Instead of presenting a log book you will be required to fill out the Application to Register a Vehicle, (yellow form 1). This is used to register vehicles that have never been registered in the Cayman Islands before, whether new or secondhand. This form, along with your insurance and Certificate of Road Worthiness must be presented to a Licensing Officer
In the case of a renewal, refer to your Certificate of Vehicle License and Roadworthiness (log book); print and sign your name on the lines provided (first page). Present to a Licensing Officer along with your valid motor insurance (Cover Note or Policy) and your Certificate of Road Worthiness, which was issued to you by the vehicle inspection team.
Upon completion of the registration process, new vehicles will receive a set of registration plates. These license plates, as they are commonly known, must be affixed to the front and rear of the vehicle and will cost $75.
Did you know you can license your vehicle for 3, 6, 12, 24 or 36 months? Listed below are the pricing for 3,6 and 12 months for any motor car under 2500cc.