A woman was left unimpressed after claiming she found four Domino's pizza vehicles in Dunedin with their registrations out of date.
The woman posted photos of two of the registration labels on the Dunedin News private Facebook group - one nearly 20 days out of the date and the other about five months out of date.
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She said she believed the company was being "slack".
The company, however, claims the cars are legally registered. Newshub has requested clarification as to why the labels had not been replaced.
The restaurant in question was in Dunedin's Kaikorai Valley Rd, the woman wrote in Dunedin News.
"How long does it take to get your label in the post?" she questioned.
"Thought it was an offence not to have a current licence label or Rego [sic]."
She went on to say she was "not impressed".
A spokesperson for Domino's New Zealand thanked the woman for bringing it to their attention.
"Domino's has confirmed with our local franchisee that the cars in question are legally registered.
"Domino's expects all team members to follow all local regulations and will remind all stores to double check their registration slips are correctly applied."