By Laura Kemp •
Published: 18 May 2020 • 12:53
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.
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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