Concessions

You may be eligible to receive a concession of up to 100% on the fees payable for your driver, vehicle licence and photo card. Find out what concessions are available in Western Australia.

  B and C class vehicle concessions

A concession may be available for certain B and C class vehicles, which require very limited access to public roads.

Vehicles that are commonly eligible for this concession include the following, but not limited to, types of vehicles:

  • Skid steer loaders (blanket approval).
  • Bobcats.
  • Golf buggies (SVREC) used only in confines of golf course.
  • Excavators.
  • Steel drum road rollers excluding multi-tyre.
  • Other vehicles intended to be driven on a gazetted road with the approval of Main Roads WA and DoT Vehicle and Safety Standards.

* This concession will generally not apply to road graders, bulldozers, forklifts and mobile cranes.

All vehicle owners making application for this concession must present their vehicle for examination. Conditions may be imposed on the vehicle licence, depending on the outcome of the examination.

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
B and C class vehicle licence fee concession 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Owners of B and C class vehicles that have been examined and licensed with conditions that strictly limit the vehicle's use on public roads.

How to apply for a B and C class vehicle concession

Your must arrange to have your vehicle examined at Driver and Vehicle Services vehicle examination centre or Authorised Inspection Station.

  Caravan or camper trailer concessions

Exemption from vehicle licence duty

Caravans (not motorised) and camper trailers that are permanently fitted for human habitation in the course of a journey are exempt from the payment of vehicle licence duty on the grant or transfer of the vehicle licence.

Motor homes do not satisfy the definition of a caravan. Vehicle licence duty will therefore be imposed on the grant or transfer of the vehicle licence for a motor home.

  Charities or approved training concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Charitable organisation vehicle licence fee exemption 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Vehicle owners who: are endorsed as a 'public benevolent institution' or a 'charitable organisation' by the Australian Taxation Office and use their vehicle primarily for charitable or training purposes.
Charitable organisation vehicle licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees for bus type vehicles. Non-profit organisations that own buses.
Group training vehicle licence fee exemption 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Organisations listed under the Group Training Scheme.
Youth group vehicle licence fee exemption 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle for bus type vehicles under 4.5 tonnes. Youth groups that own bus type vehicles (under 4.5 tonnes) that are used for transportation of youths
Youth group/school bus licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees for buses over 4.5 tonnes. Youth groups. Owners of school buses who hold a contract with the Department of Education
Minister for Religion licence fee concession 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. An ordained member of the Ministry qualified to perform all religious rites of a church;
Engaged solely in performing parish or pastoral duties of the church; and
Registered at the Registrar General's Office to conduct marriage and funeral services.

How to apply for a charities or approved training concession

To be eligible for a 100% concession, the vehicle must:

  • Belong to an organisation endorsed as a public benevolent institution (PBI) or a charitable institution by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
  • Be used primarily for the purpose of providing direct aid to the needy or environmental management or for providing skills development training programs (non-group training organisations only).
  • Be licensed in the name of the legal entity as identified under applicant details.

To apply for a new concession on a vehicle used for charitable or training purposes, please complete the relevant form below and lodge it at a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent

If you already hold a vehicle licence fee concession on a vehicle, your future renewal reminders will be calculated and issued with the fee concession stated on the renewal notice.

Note:

This concession relates to the licence fee component of your vehicle licence fee only.

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  Diplomatic and consular staff concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Driver's licence concession 100% Exemption on driver licence fees Members of the Diplomatic Service and to Consular Officers of the following ranking: Consul General; Deputy Consul General; Consul; and Vice Consul. Spouse of a Career Consular Officer of employee. Eligible dependant member of the family of a Career Consular Officer or employee.

How to apply for a diplomatic and consular staff concession

You must present the following documents.

  • Current overseas licences. If the licence is not in English, a letter (in English) from the consulate or Diplomatic office can be provided to confirm licence details and status.
  • Documents to satisfy proof of identity requirements.
  • Your current diplomatic (red) or consular (dark green) photograph identity cards issued by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

All applicants for this concession must also meet normal driver licensing requirements.

  Emergency and volunteer response vehicle concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Fire fighting vehicles Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Owners of vehicles specifically adapted for the sole purpose of fire fighting and fire prevention.
Fire brigade vehicles Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) of Western Australia.
Ambulances Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Owners of vehicles used exclusively as an ambulance.
Voluntary emergency volunteer response vehicles Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Owner of vehicles used exclusively as an eligible emergency response vehicle and operated solely by volunteers

How to apply for an emergency and volunteer response vehicle concession

Fire fighting vehicles, fire brigade vehicles and ambulances must all be inspected before they can be licensed as an emergency vehicle.

Owners of volunteer emergency services response vehicles should complete the form below and lodge it any Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent.

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  Farming vehicle concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Farm vehicle licence fee exemption 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Farmers that own vehicles that are used principally on a farm or to travel from one portion of a farm to another.
Agricultural machinery licence fee exemption 100% Payment of $4.00 annual vehicle licence fee and exemption from payment of vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Farmers and contractors that own tractors and other agricultural machinery that are used exclusively on the owner's farm or for farming activities.
Farm haulage (primary producer) licence fee exemption 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Farmers that own vehicles over 1,524kg and used principally for carrying farm products and requisites (one concession only per farming business). This concession relates to the licence fee component of your vehicle licence fee only.

Note:

Vehicles that are seasonally licensed are not eligible for farming or other concessions.

How to apply for a farming vehicle concession

To apply for a new concession on a farm vehicle, please complete the relevant form below and lodge it at a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent.

Vehicles licensed with this concession are issued with plates that display the word 'FARM' and must be used principally on the vehicle owner's farm. These vehicles may only be used on public roads in the following circumstances.

  • To travel between one portion of land and another portion of land that are both farmed by the vehicle owner, provided that those portions of land are located within the same or adjoining Shire boundary.
  • For the purposes of fire prevention and fire control.
  • To travel to the nearest practical place for repair.
  • To cart water for stock or domestic purposes in drought affected areas.

If you already hold a vehicle licence fee concession on a vehicle your future renewal reminders will be calculated and issued with the fee concession stated on the renewal notice.

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  Government vehicle concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
State government vehicle 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Western Australian government agencies, public schools, departments and all other organisations accountable to the State government under the Finance Management Act 2006, such as public hospitals and statutory authorities.
Local government authority vehicle 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Local Government authorities within Western Australia.
Federal government vehicle 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Federal Government department or agency.

Note:

Heavy vehicles owned by the government must pay full licence fees but are exempt from vehicle licence duty.

How to apply for a government vehicle concession

Vehicles must be licensed in the name of the Government authority, agency, school or department.

  Heavy driving instruction vehicle concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Heavy driving instruction vehicle 50% 50% reduction on vehicle licence fee. Driving schools that own prime movers over 15 tonnes that are used exclusively for heavy vehicle driving tuition.

How to apply for a heavy driving instruction vehicle concession

Application must be made on the driving school's letterhead and lodged at a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent. These vehicles are subject to an initial and annual inspection.

  Seniors, veterans and pensioner concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Driver's licence fee exemption 100% Exemption from payment of the driver licence fee for the renewal or replacement of a driver's licence. Holders of: Centrelink Aged Pensioner Concession Card; WA Seniors Card and a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card; Veterans Affairs Pensioner Concession Card (where the holder is receiving a service pension and is of pension age - See * note below); or Veterans who hold a gold Repatriation Health Card endorsed TPI or EDA card issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Driver's licence fee concession 50% Reduction of fee for the renewal or replacement of driver's licence by 50%. Holders of: Any other Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card. Any other Veteran's Affairs Pensioner Concession Card; or A WA Seniors Card.
Photo card fee exemption 100% Exemption from payment of the PhotoCard fee for the renewal or replacement of a Photo Card. Holders of: Centrelink Aged Pensioner Concession Card; WA Seniors Card and a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card; Veterans Affairs Pensioner Concession Card (where the holder is receiving a service pension and is of pension age - See * note below); or Veterans who hold a gold Repatriation Health Card endorsed TPI or EDA card issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Photo card fee concession 100% Reduction of fee for the renewal or replacement of PhotoCard by 50%. Holders of: Any other Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card. Any other Veteran's Affairs Pensioner Concession Card; or A WA Seniors Card.
Social vehicle licence fee exemption 100% Exemption from the payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on the purchase of a vehicle. You must have a letter or statement from Veteran's Affairs or Centrelink confirming you receive the maximum rate of pension and one of the following: A Veteran's Affairs Service Invalid Pension Card. A Centrelink Pension Card (Blind). Centrelink Disability Support Pension Card. Centrelink Disability Support Pension Card (Spouse). Centrelink Disability Support Pension Card (Carer).**
Or you must have one of the following: A letter from Veteran's Affairs certifying you have been assessed at 60 or more impairment points. Veteran's Affairs Pension Card endorsed TPI (no letter from pension provider required). Veteran's Affairs Pension Card endorsed EDA (no letter from pension provider required).
Social vehicle licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Holder of a Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card. Veteran's Affairs Pensioner Concession Card; or WA Seniors Card and a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card.

* Please note: The pension age for a veteran who has qualifying service is 5 years earlier than pension age for a non-veteran. Pension age for females was raised by six months every two years so that by 01/01/2014 female and male pensions were the same. For further information please refer to: Department of Human Services or Department of Veteran's Affairs.

** Please note: All applicants in receipt of the maximum rate of carer payment are eligible to apply for a 100% vehicle licence fee exemption (concession), regardless of whether the person they are caring for has an existing concession on a vehicle licensed in their name.

How to apply for a seniors, veterans and pensioner concession

If you already hold a driver's licence and/or vehicle licence concession, your future renewal reminders will be calculated and issued with the fee concession stated on the renewal notice.

The concession card must be presented at the time of application to obtain a reduced rate for a photo card. No refunds can be provided where a client has paid full rates for a photo card and then presents evidence of concession eligibility at a later date.

If you have not previously applied for a concession or exemption, please complete the forms below. Instructions are provided on the form.

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  Specific occupation concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Bee keeper vehicle licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Beekeepers that use their vehicle primarily in connection with beekeeping. Applicants must provide their beekeeper number.
Kangaroo hunting vehicle licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Kangaroo hunters that use their vehicle primarily in connection with kangaroo hunting. Applicants must provide copy of professional kangaroo shooters licence issued by the Department of Environment and Conservation.
Prospectors vehicle licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Prospectors that use their vehicle primarily in connection with prospecting. Applicants must provide miner's right number issued by the Department of Minerals and Petroleum.
Sandalwood pullers vehicle licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Sandalwood pullers that use their vehicle primarily in connection with sandalwood pulling. Applicants must provide copy of licence issued by the Department of Environment and Conservation.
Stock Transporters vehicle licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Owners of vehicles over 1,524kg used for transporting stock (cattle, sheep, goats or pigs. Please note: Applicants must notify Transport and pay full licence fees when carrying loads other than stock.

How to apply for a specific occupation concession

To apply for a new concession on a vehicle used in connection with your occupation, please complete the relevant form below and lodge it at a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent.

If you already hold a vehicle licence fee concession on a vehicle, your future renewal reminders will be calculated and issued with the fee concession stated on the renewal notice.

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  Trailer and semi trailer concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Trailers used outside the South West land division vehicle licence fee concession 50% 50% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Owners of trailers with an unloaded mass (tare weight) exceeding 2000 kg and it is to be used exclusively on roads outside the South-West Division as defined in the Land Administration Act (1997)
Interchangeable semi trailer vehicle licence fee concession 75% 75% reduction in vehicle licence fees. Owners of semi trailers that in excess of one prime mover and semi trailer combination licensed in the owner's name.

How to apply for a trailer and/or semi trailer concession

If you are eligible and wish to apply for one of the concessions listed above, please complete the form below and lodge it at a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent.

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  Vehicles fitted with a wheelchair hoist/ramp concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Vehicles fitted with a wheelchair hoist/ramp concession 100% Exemption from the payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Owners of vehicles that are fitted with a wheelchair hoist or ramp that is used primarily for the transport of a person or people with disabilities that require a wheelchair. This concession is not available for vehicles used for commercial purposes. Vehicles licensed as taxis and omnibuses are not eligible for this concession. To be eligible the vehicle must have a gross vehicle mass (GVM) of less than 4,500 kg.

How to apply for a concession for vehicles fitted with a wheelchair hoist/ramp

You must apply for a Vehicle Modification Permit at a Driver and Vehicle Services vehicle examination centre and this must be approved by vehicle examiners.

  Veteran or vintage vehicle concessions

Exemption/concession Rate Availability Eligibility
Veteran or vintage vehicle concessions 100% Exemption from payment of vehicle licence fee or vehicle licence duty on purchase of a vehicle. Owners of veteran or vintage vehicles that are financial members of a veteran or vintage car club and use their vehicle exclusively in club events.

How to apply for a veteran or vintage vehicle concession

To be eligible for this concession you must be a financial member of a motoring club or association (approved by the Department) formed for the purpose of restoring and/or collecting motor vehicles and/or motorcycles and own a vehicle that fits into one of the following categories.

  • Veteran: manufactured prior to and including 1918.
  • Vintage: manufactured between 1919 and 1930.
  • Post vintage: manufactured between 1930 and 1950.
  • Invitation: manufactured after 01/01/1950 but no less than 25 years old.

To be eligible for a concession on a trailer the following eligibility criteria must be satisfied:

  • The trailer or semi-trailer must be more than 25 year old.
  • The owner of the trailer must be a financial member of an approved motoring club or association formed for the purpose of restoring and/or collecting motor vehicles and/or motor cycles.
  • The owner of the trailer must be a resident of Western Australia.

Applicants must submit a 'Vintage, veteran, post vintage, invitation class vehicle licence concession' (Form E81) along with written notification that you are a financial member of an approved motoring club or association. The notification must be printed on the letterhead of the motor club or association you are a financial member of, and be signed by an authorised representative of that club or association. Applications can be forwarded by mail to the Department of transport (DoT) or submitted at any Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent.

The application must be supported by the following:

  • MR number and Certificate of Inspection (VL1)* for the trailer/vehicle. *This is only required where the vehicle is not currently licensed. Please note that the vehicle must be inspected by a DoT vehicle examination centre or authorised inspection station.
  • Proof of vehicle ownership or current vehicle licence papers.
  • Completed 'Application for Vintage/Veteran Vehicle Concession' (Form E81).

Motoring clubs and associations. To apply for recognition as an approved club or association, you must provide:

  • A written request for recognition on the organisations letterhead.
  • A copy of the 'Incorporated Body Certificate' from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
  • A copy of your organisations constitution.
  • The organisations current membership list (minimum of 30 financial members).
  • Name and address of suitably qualified club or association member to act as a vehicle examiner.
  • A copy of the Articles of the organisation.

This information can be forwarded by mail to the Department of Transport or submitted at any Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent.

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  What to do if your eligibility entitlements change

If you currently receive a concession on your vehicle licence fees and your eligibility entitlements have changed, you must notify the Department immediately.

If you continue to claim concession rates on a vehicle when you are no longer entitled to that concession, the vehicle licence will be deemed invalid. Continued use of the vehicle on the road will contravene the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012.

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  Driver licence fees and payments (2016/2017)

Notes:

* Denotes fee includes Goods and Services Tax (GST).

If you have a medical condition or occupational endorsement on your driver's licence which requires the Department of Transport to set a driver's licence renewal period other than the standard 1 to 5 years, then the fees you are required to pay may differ from the ones stated below.

^ Your renewal notice must still be presented to a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional agent to update your licence record.

^ 5 year Aged Pensioners, your renewal notice must still be presented to Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional agent to update licence record even if no fee is payable.

Multi Combination (MC class) and Heavy Combination (HC class) restriction removal suitable Heavy Rigid (HR class) vehicles can also be used to demonstrate gearbox skills for the removal of A (automatic) and B (synchromesh) class restrictions from Heavy Combination (HC class) and Multi Combination (MC class) vehicles. When this option is used, the class restriction removal fee is applied.

Driver licence renewal fees

Fee type Fee
New application fee (original issue, not HC or MC class) $75.90
Licence fee - 1 year $41.80
Licence fee - 5 years $132.00
Licence fee - 1 year forced by condition $26.40
Licence fee - 2 years forced by condition $52.80
Licence fee - 3 years forced by condition $79.20
Licence fee - 4 years forced by condition $105.60
Licence fee - 1 year Pensioner or Senior $13.20
Licence fee - 5 years Pensioner or Senior $66.00
Licence fee - 1 year Pensioner or Senior forced by condition $13.20
Licence fee - 2 years Pensioner or Senior forced by condition $26.40
Licence fee - 3 years Pensioner or Senior forced by condition $39.60
Licence fee - 4 years Pensioner or Senior forced by condition $52.80
Licence fee - 1 year Aged Pensioners No Fee ^
Licence fee - 5 year Aged Pensioners No Fee ^

^ Your renewal notice must still be presented to a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional agent to update your licence record.

^ 5 year Aged Pensioners, your renewal notice must still be presented to Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional agent to update licence record even if no fee is payable.

Duplicate/replacement driver licence fees

Fee type Fee
Duplicate/replacement driver's licence $35.20
Duplicate/replacement driver's licence (Pensioners and Seniors) $17.60
Duplicate/replacement driver's licence (Aged Pensioners) No Fee

Duplicate tax invoice

Fee type Fee
Duplicate tax invoice (including 10% Goods and Services Tax) $9.70

Certified copy of excessive demerit points notice fee

Fee type Fee
Certified copy of notice $20.80

Transfer application (overseas/interstate) fees

Fee type Fee
Transfer application (overseas or expired interstate) $40.70
Additional class application (not MC or HC) $75.90
Removal of class restriction (e.g. R-E to R). Note this fee does not include MC and HC class $72.50

Removal of class restriction fees

Fee type Fee
Removal of class restriction (e.g. R-E to R). Note this fee does not include MC and HC class $72.50

Extraordinary driver's licence fees

Fee type Fee
Original extraordinary licence application - 1 year $180.40
Original extraordinary licence application - 6 months $90.20
Extraordinary licence renewal - 1 year $38.50
Extraordinary licence renewal - 6 months $19.25
Extraordinary licence replacement $35.20

Learner driver fees

Fee type Fee
Sit the learner's permit theory test $18.50
Every subsequent learner's permit theory resit $12.90
Application fee including one practical driving assessment (PDA) $75.90
Every subsequent PDA resit $72.50
Learner guide and log book $18.40
Initial Hazard Perception Test (HPT) $20.90
Every subsequent HPT resit $13.90
Learner permit replacement $34.50

HC and MC heavy vehicle class fees

Fee type Fee
Multi Combination (MC class) assessment by authorised providers:
MC class application $40.70
MC class restriction removal $165.70
Heavy Combination: (HC class) assessment by the Department/Police:
HC class application $173.90
HC class application: no driving test (e.g. transfer of class) $40.70
HC supplementary Practical Driving Assessment $165.70
HC class restriction removal $165.70
Heavy Rigid (HR class) and Heavy Combination (HC class) assessment by authorised providers:
HR/HC class application $40.70
HR/HC class $165.70

Hire and reward extension (bus/taxi) fees

Fee type Fee
F (bus) extension application $108.50
T (taxi) extension application $105.10

Driving instructors fees

Fee type Fee
Application fee $93.00
Licence fee $5.30
Duplicate licence fee $7.70
Testing fee $161.80

WA photo card fees

Fee type Fee
WA photo card application $42.50
Replacement WA photo card $35.20
Additional WA photo card $36.00
WA photo card application - Pensioner or Senior concession
$21.25
Replacement WA photo card - Pensioner or Senior concession
$17.60
Additional WA photo card - Pensioner or Senior concession
$18.00
WA photo card application/replacement/additional - Aged Pensioner
No fee

The WA photo card replaced the proof of age card.

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  Heavy vehicle licence fees (2016/2017)

DoTDirect online account - payments

View your boat registration, vehicle and driver's licence information in the one convenient location from a single login with DoTDirect online account.

You can pay your renewals through your DoTDirect online account.

For more information and frequently asked questions visit the Online account page.

29/08/2016: Online web services, such as DoTDirect online account, PlatesWA, Tide and wave data and Coast cams will be temporarily offline due to scheduled maintenance. This maintenance will occur between 6:00 pm on Friday 2nd September and 6:00 pm on Sunday 4th September. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Register for your online account Login to your online account

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Pay your account (online)

 

Look up your account details

Account lookup (online)

 

Have you misplaced your account details? An account number is required to make online payments for a current invoice(s) for your Driver's Licence or Vehicle Licence (registration).

Accounts payable with a credit card

  • Boat registration.
  • Driver licence renewal. *
  • Vehicle licence renewals (light and heavy). **
  • Vehicle licence transfer.
  • Vehicle licence transfer infringement.
  • Vehicle licence transfer final demand.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates infringement.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates final demand.
  • Debit advice notice.

* When a photograph is not required.
** Also referred to as 'registration' or 'rego'.

Or please use BPAY®

Not sure how to use BPAY? Read our fact sheet below.

Accounts payable with BPAY®

  • Driver licence renewal. *
  • Vehicle licence renewal (light and heavy). **
  • Seasonal vehicle licence renewal.
  • Vehicle licence transfer.
  • Vehicle licence transfer infringement.
  • Vehicle licence transfer final demand.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates infringement.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates final demand.
  • Vehicle expired defect notice infringement.
  • Vehicle expired defect notice final demand.
  • Debit advice notice.

* When a photograph is not required.
** Also referred to as 'registration' or 'rego'.

Not sure how to use BPAY?

Please read our fact sheet below.

Our online systems are generally unavailable between pm Sunday and am Monday, Western Standard Time.

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National driver work diary

Fee type Fee
National driver work diary $25.00

Heavy vehicle administration fee

Fee type Fee
Standard administration recording fee $12.10

Rigid truck: Gross Vehicle Mass exceeding 4.5 tonne (no trailer) fees

Fee type Fee
Rigid truck with 2 axles not exceeding 12 tonnes GVM (1R2 class) $460.00
Rigid truck with 2 axles exceeding 12 tonnes GVM (2R2 class) $792.00
Rigid truck with 3 axles not exceeding 16.5 tonnes GVM (1R3 class) $792.00
Rigid truck with 3 axles exceeding 16.5 tonnes GVM (2R3 class) $1,043.00
Rigid truck with 4 axles not exceeding 20 tonnes (1R4 class) $792.00
Rigid truck with 5 axles not exceeding 20 tonnes (1R5 class) $792.00
Rigid truck with 4 axles exceeding 20 tonnes (2R4 class) $1,043.00
Rigid truck with 5 axles exceeding 20 tonnes (2R5 class) $1,043.00

Rigid truck: Towing one trailer, maximum 6 axles in the combination fees

Fee type Fee
Rigid truck with 2 axles towing 1 trailer (SR2 class) $792.00
Rigid truck with 3 axles towing 1 trailer (SR3 class) $1,043.00
Rigid truck with 4 axles towing 1 trailer (SR4 class) $1,936.00
Rigid truck with 5 axles towing 1 trailer (SR5 class) $1,936.00

Rigid truck: Towing one trailer, more than 6 axles in the combination fees

Fee type Fee
Rigid truck with 2 axles towing 1 trailer (MR2 class) $7,085.00
Rigid truck with 3 axles towing 1 trailer (MR3 class) $7,085.00
Rigid truck with 4 axles towing 1 trailer (MR4 class) $7,652.00
Rigid truck with 5 axles towing 1 trailer (MR5 class) $7,652.00

Rigid truck: Towing two or more trailers fees

Fee type Fee
Rigid truck with 2 axles towing 2 trailers (LR2 class) $9,770.00
Rigid truck with 3 axles towing 2 trailers (LR3 class) $9,770.00
Rigid truck with 4 axles towing 2 trailers (LR4 class) $9,770.00
Rigid truck with 5 axles towing 2 trailers (LR5 class) $9,770.00

Prime mover: Towing one trailer fees

Fee type Fee
Prime mover with 2 axles towing 1 semi-trailer (SP2 class) $1,216.00
Prime mover with 3 axles towing 1 semi-trailer (SP3 class) $4,777.00
Prime mover with 4 axles towing 1 semi-trailer (SP4 class) $5,254.00
Prime mover with 5 axles towing 1 semi-trailer (SP5 class) $5,254.00

Prime mover: Towing two or more trailers fees

Fee type Fee
Prime mover with 2 axles towing 2 or more trailers (MC2 class) $8,572.00
Prime mover with 3 axles towing 2 or more trailers (MC3 class) $8,572.00
Prime mover with 4 axles towing 2 or more trailers (MC4 class) $9,428.00
Prime mover with 5 axles towing 2 or more trailers (MC5 class) $9,428.00

Trailers: Including dollies fees

Fee type Fee
1 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT1 class) $460.00
2 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT2 class) $920.00
3 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT3 class) $1,380.00
4 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT4 class) $1,840.00
5 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT5 class) $2,300.00

Buses: Seating capacity over 12 with a Gross Vehicle Mass over 4.5 tonne fees

Fee type Fee
Buses with 2 axles not exceeding 12 tonnes (1B2 class) $460.00
Buses with 2 axles exceeding 12 tonnes (2B2 class) $460.00
Buses with 3 axles (2B3 class) $2,537.00
Articulated Buses with 3 axles (AB3 class) $460.00
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  Light vehicle licence fees (2016/2017)

DoTDirect online account - payments

View your boat registration, vehicle and driver's licence information in the one convenient location from a single login with DoTDirect online account.

You can pay your renewals through your DoTDirect online account.

For more information and frequently asked questions visit the Online account page.

29/08/2016: Online web services, such as DoTDirect online account, PlatesWA, Tide and wave data and Coast cams will be temporarily offline due to scheduled maintenance. This maintenance will occur between 6:00 pm on Friday 2nd September and 6:00 pm on Sunday 4th September. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Register for your online account Login to your online account

Pay online

Don't have a DoTDirect online account? If your renewal account is current, you can still pay online by credit card using our online payment facility.

Pay your account (online)

 

Look up your account details

Account lookup (online)

 

Have you misplaced your account details? An account number is required to make online payments for a current invoice(s) for your Driver's Licence or Vehicle Licence (registration).

Accounts payable with a credit card

  • Boat registration.
  • Driver licence renewal. *
  • Vehicle licence renewals (light and heavy). **
  • Vehicle licence transfer.
  • Vehicle licence transfer infringement.
  • Vehicle licence transfer final demand.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates infringement.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates final demand.
  • Debit advice notice.

* When a photograph is not required.
** Also referred to as 'registration' or 'rego'.

Or please use BPAY®

Not sure how to use BPAY? Read our fact sheet below.

Accounts payable with BPAY®

  • Driver licence renewal. *
  • Vehicle licence renewal (light and heavy). **
  • Seasonal vehicle licence renewal.
  • Vehicle licence transfer.
  • Vehicle licence transfer infringement.
  • Vehicle licence transfer final demand.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates infringement.
  • Vehicle failure to return plates final demand.
  • Vehicle expired defect notice infringement.
  • Vehicle expired defect notice final demand.
  • Debit advice notice.

* When a photograph is not required.
** Also referred to as 'registration' or 'rego'.

Not sure how to use BPAY?

Please read our fact sheet below.

Our online systems are generally unavailable between pm Sunday and am Monday, Western Standard Time.

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Example: how to calculate your vehicle licence fee (light vehicle)

In the following example, the licence fee for a standard motor car (weight: 1,650 kg) is used:

Calculate your light vehicle licence fee Fee calculation
Vehicle fee per 100 kg x Total weight (rounded up to the nearest 100 kg) / 100 $20.48 x (1,700 kg / 100) = $348.16
+ +
Recording fee $12.10
+ +
Prescribed flat fee (regardless of renewal term selected) $6.60
= =
Total vehicle licence fee $366.86

Light vehicle administration fee

Fee type Fee
Standard administration recording fee $12.10

Light vehicle fee - Gross Vehicle Mass not exceeding 4,500 kg

Fee type (per 100 kg or part thereof) Fee
Motor car $20.48
Goods vehicle $20.48
Caravan (motor propelled) $20.48
Omnibus $20.48
Tow truck $20.48
Motorcycle (not exceeding 250 cc) $40.96
Motorcycle (Power to weight ratio not exceeding150 kW/t) $40.96
Motorcycle (exceeding 250 cc) $61.44
Motorcycle (Power to weight ratio exceeding 150 kW/t) $61.44
Tractor (prime mover type) $20.48
Truck $20.48
Converter dolly $10.24
Trailer $10.24
Semi-trailer $10.24
Other trailer, not being a plant trailer truck $10.24
Caravan (trailer type) $5.12
Fork lift $5.12
Mobile crane $5.12
Plant trailer $5.12
Tow motor $5.12
Tractor (not prime mover) $5.12
Tractor plant truck (a maximum fee limit equal to the fee for licence class PSV applies) $5.12

Bulk, transfer and duplicate licence fees

Fee type Fee
Bulk licensing fee $12.20
Transfer fee $16.40
Duplicate licence fee $8.80
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Page last updated: Mon Aug 29 2016 8:18:05 AM