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Living & Working in the Pollensa Area This forum is for any comments, questions and advice about living (permanently or temporarily) and working in the Pollensa area. Aimed at ex-pats, property owners etc.

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Old 31-07-2020, 08:32
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Alcanadakid, could I ask you what the procedure was when you arrived. Go to office first? Join back of queue and wait? Are there loos at the Centre? LOL. Iím really grateful for your feedback.
When you arrive you need to park up and go to the office. Do not just join a queue as there are 3 and you will not know which one to be in until you have checked in. As Alkanadakid said, take your passeo and insurance, although I wasn't asked for it.

As far as I am aware there are no loos but I may be wrong.
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When you arrive you need to park up and go to the office. Do not just join a queue as there are 3 and you will not know which one to be in until you have checked in. As Alkanadakid said, take your passeo and insurance, although I wasn't asked for it.

As far as I am aware there are no loos but I may be wrong.
It was all a bit confusing as cars were queuing on the road. I took my lead from the car in front and got out when I had just got off the road and went to the office where there were about 20 people waiting outside. Initally I thought they were queing for the office, but they were waiting to be called. I joined the short queue for the office and handed over the documents and made a card payment. You then wait outside with the others waiting for a lady to come out with a batch of papers. She calls out the car type and number and then gives you the inspection form. You are then free to join one of 3 queues all of which do the same.

Ideally you should arrive and park in the parking area before going to the office, but when I went that area was full, especially with lorries.

I dont think there are any loos there, and they were very particular about masks as the told me to replace mine with one that they gave me.
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Thank you both so much. I don’t need to do this until April but was mightily confused. Fingers crossed.....I’m sure it will be fine and your advice has been invaluable. Cheers.
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It was the first time I had done this myself and it is fairly straight forward. Just allow about half an hour before your time slot to get booked in. TBH I was surprised mine passed!!
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