Good to Know: What to Do if Your ITV Expired During Lockdown in Spain

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ITV Expired: Check what date you must go and renew your ITV by following this guide. Credit: pexels
For many residents in Spain, lockdown has happened at an unfortunate time, driving licences and ITVs have expired and exceptions to these expiry dates have been made until now. Now that a majority of the country is under Phase 1, if your ITV has expired you can now make a booking at the closest centre near you. However, you must arrive with necessary protective gear such as face masks and gloves, as well as ensuring you have a pre-booked appointment.

IF your ITV has indeed expired during the State of Alarm, you will be expected to renew it within a certain time frame, but this should be taken as a grace period. You must try and get an appointment as soon as possible from the nearest ITV centre.

For example, if it has expired from March 14 – 20 then you must renew it within 45 after the State of Alarm ends.

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  • From March 21 – 27 you must renew your ITV within 60 days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From March 28 – April 3 you must renew your ITV 75 within days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From April 4 – 10 you must renew your ITV within 90 days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From April 11 – 17 you must renew your ITV within 105 days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From April 18 – 24 you must renew your ITV within 120 days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From April 25 – May 1 you must renew your ITV within 135 days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From May 2 – 8 you must renew your ITV within 150 days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From May 9 – 15 you must renew your ITV within 165 days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From May 16 – 22 you must renew your ITV within 180 days after the State of Alarm ends.
  • From May 23 you must renew your ITV within 195 days after the State of Alarm ends.

Another way to work this out is by simply adding 30 days to the expiry date, along with 15 additional days of every week spent in quarantine. For example, if your ITV expired in Week 1 of quarantine, from March 14 to 20 then you have 30 days to renew alongside an additional 15 days. If it expired in Week 2 of quarantine, from March 21 to 27, then you have 30 days to renew alongside an additional 30 days.




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