Find out when your Western Australian vehicle licence (registration) expires, and is due for renewal. All you need is your vehicle's licence plate number and the response is instant.
Vehicle licence check (online)
Transport is not responsible for how this information is interpreted or used. It is the responsibility of the vehicle owner to determine whether the vehicle should be driven.
Demerit point check (online)
Demerit points are issued by the WA Police or an authorised officer for motoring offences. The points can vary anywhere from one to six points depending on the type of offence, except during long weekends and holiday seasons when the allocated demerit points for the offence will be double.
Driver's licence status (online)
- The information provided on the status of your driver's licence is only current as at the time and date of the response. Even though our records may indicate that your drivers licence is valid, there may be outstanding or current sanctions against your licence applied by the Department of the Attorney General which may render your licence invalid.
- In addition to this enquiry you should also perform a further verification on the Department of the Attorney General's website: Search licence suspensions (unpaid fines) online (see link below).
NB: A Learner's Permit is not a valid licence and its details will not be displayed.
Licence Alert online
Licence Alert is a free service that allows you to receive an SMS or email when your Western Australian driver or vehicle licence is near expiry.
You can choose how you would like to receive your messages (by SMS and/or email). Electronic message reminders do not contain any of your personal information and you do not need to reply to the message.
You may also subscribe to Licence Alert by: