License a vehicle new to Western Australia

Find out how to license a vehicle new to Western Australia, including imported vehicles, Interstate and expired vehicle licences.

  Licensing the vehicle

If you intend to license your vehicle in WA or the vehicle licence has expired for a period of three months or more, you must have the vehicle inspected and you must make application to license the vehicle. Vehicles can only be licensed in WA if they are primarily kept in this State.

For information on importing a vehicle, please go to License an imported vehicle.

Note:

It is compulsory to have a Government approved immobiliser fitted to the vehicle when you apply for a vehicle licence in WA. To find out if your vehicle exempt from having an immobiliser fitted and information on how to have one fitted.

All interstate vehicles, regardless of age of the vehicle, must be inspected at an Authorised Inspection Station (AIS) and issued with a valid certificate of inspection before they can be licensed in WA.

Please go to Immobilisers.

  Step 1: Get the vehicle inspected

Before an application for the grant of a vehicle licence can be made, the vehicle must be inspected for roadworthiness.

Inspections may be performed via an Authorised Inspection Station (AIS) located throughout the metropolitan and regional areas.

  Step 2: Complete an application (Form VL17)

Once the vehicle has successfully passed inspection, you must complete and submit an Application to License a Vehicle (Form VL17) along with your valid Certificate of Inspection (Form VL1).

Vehicle licence duty

Vehicle licence duty is payable on the dutiable value of the vehicle, including the value of any trade-in, unless evidence can be provided to show you were the previous licence holder of the vehicle. Please see the reverse side of the Application to License a Vehicle (Form VL17) form for more information on dutiable value.

To find out how much duty is payable, please use our vehicle licence duty calculator. Where vehicle licence duty is applicable, it is payable at the time of licensing.

Some people, organisations and vehicle types may be eligible for an exemption from payment of vehicle licence duty. Please refer to Concessions for more information.

LBU_F_VL_17_LicenceVehicle.pdf icon Application to license a vehicle (Form VL17) Kb

  Step 3: Provide proof of identity and vehicle ownership

Proof of identity

You will be required to provide one primary and one secondary identification document, one of which must show your WA residential address. Please see the below fact sheet 'Proof of identity for other Driver and Vehicle Services transactions (Not an initial driver's licence or Photo Card)' for acceptable primary and secondary identification documents.

If you have not had a vehicle licensed in your name in WA before and do not have a WA driver's licence you will also need to complete a Proof of Identity Nominated Owner/Vehicle Licence Holder (Form VL186).

If you are licensing the vehicle in the name of a company or incorporated body you will need to provide:

  • Your Australian Company Number (ACN); or
  • A 'Certificate of Registration of a Company' issued by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, or any other certificate of incorporation; or
  • Other evidence of legal entity status.

If your vehicle is jointly owned, only one owner can be nominated as the vehicle licence holder. This owner is to be nominated by completing the Proof of Identity Nominated Owner/Vehicle Licence Holder (Form VL186). Each joint owner must declare their details and sign this form. Please refer to Vehicle owner responsibilities for more information.

Proof of vehicle ownership

Licensing a vehicle in Western Australia (WA) that is currently registered in another state or territory requires the following proof of ownership:

  • Evidence the vehicle is currently licensed in your name.
  • If not currently licensed in your name then the vehicle will be treated as unlicensed.

If the vehicle you have purchased is not currently licensed, you will need to provide proof of vehicle ownership.

Please bring along the original copy of one of the following documents:

  • A receipt showing purchase price, date of sale, vehicle details (including VIN, plate number or engine number), seller's and purchaser's name and seller's signature. Receipts and tax invoices must show 'paid in full' in order to be accepted as proof of vehicle ownership.
  • A contract of sale/purchase with receipt attached to show the purchase has been finalised. The purchase price, date of sale, vehicle details (including VIN, plate number or engine number), seller's and purchaser's name and seller's signature must be shown on the contract and/or receipt. Receipts and tax invoices must show 'paid in full' in order to be accepted as proof of vehicle ownership.
  • Where the seller is deceased, a letter from the Executor or Administrator must be provided showing purchase price, date of sale, new owner's details, vehicle details, deceased's name, the executor's or administrator's signature and whether the vehicle has an immobiliser fitted.
  • Your copy of the Notification of change of ownership vehicle licence transfer (Form MR9 or Form MR9B), or the Application to Licence a Vehicle or Transfer a Vehicle Licence Motor Vehicle Dealers (Form VL12).

If you cannot provide any of the above documents, or the documents you have provided are incomplete, a completed Declaration of Vehicle Ownership (Form VL50) may be submitted for consideration by the Department of Transport. This will result in a delay of up to 21 days before the vehicle can be licensed.

LBU_F_LicenceTransfer_VL_VL12.pdf icon Licence a vehicle or transfer a vehicle licence. Motor Vehicle Dealers (Form VL12) Kb
LBU_F_VL_MR9_VehicleTransfer.pdf icon Notification of change of ownership vehicle licence transfer (Form MR9) Kb
LBU_F_VL_MR9B_VehicleTransferDealersOnly.pdf icon Notification of change of vehicle ownership: Vehicle dealers only (Form MR9B) Kb
LBU_FS_POI_PrimSec.pdf icon Primary and secondary proof of identity (Not an initial driver's licence or WA Photo Card) Kb
LBU_F_VL_186_ProofIdentity.pdf icon Proof of identity: Nominated owner - vehicle licence holder (Form VL186) Kb
LBU_F_VL_50_VehicleDeclaration.pdf icon Vehicle ownership declaration: Statutory declaration (Form VL50) Kb

  Step 4: Submit the application in person (Form VL17)

Applications for a vehicle licence must be submitted in person at a Driver and Vehicle Services centre or regional agent.

You will need to provide:

  • A valid Certificate of Inspection (Form VL1);
  • Completed Application to License a Vehicle (Form VL17);
  • Completed Proof of Identity Nominated Owner/Vehicle Licence Holder (Form VL186) if applicable;
  • Primary and secondary identification (one of which must show your WA residential address);
  • ACN, 'certificate of registration of a company', or evidence of legal entity status if licensing vehicle in company name; and
  • Proof of vehicle ownership.

You may also be required to provide a weighbridge certificate if the tare/mass weight of the vehicle cannot be established from the manufacturer's specifications, previous licence documents or licensing records.

A set of number plates will be issued to you at the time of licensing.

Please remove your vehicle licence plates after you arrive at the centre or agent. Remember to bring your old number plates in with you.

Note:

The Department does not provide a licence plate removal service.

LBU_F_VL_17_LicenceVehicle.pdf icon Application to license a vehicle (Form VL17) Kb
LBU_F_VL_186_ProofIdentity.pdf icon Proof of identity: Nominated owner - vehicle licence holder (Form VL186) Kb
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  What is a light vehicle?

The Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012 defines a light vehicle as a vehicle with a gross loaded mass (GVM) of 4.5 tonne or less. This includes all vehicles such as Cars, motorcycles, trailers, caravans, utilities etc that have a GVM of 4.5 tonne or less.

GVM in relation to a vehicle, means the maximum loaded mass of the vehicle;

  • (a) as specified by the manufacturer; or
  • (b) as specified by the relevant authority if;
    • (i) the manufacturer has not specified a maximum loaded mass; or
    • (ii) the manufacturer cannot be identified; or
    • (iii) the vehicle has been modified to the extent that the manufacturer's specification is no longer appropriate.

Motor Injury Insurance (MII) fees

Vehicle owners pay a motor injury insurance premium to cover the cost of injury that they or their vehicles may cause in a crash.

For more information about these fees and the charges please refer to Motor Injury Insurance (MII)

  Motor Injury Insurance (MII) fees (2019/2020)

Motor Injury Insurance (MII) fees

Vehicle owners pay a motor injury insurance premium to cover the cost of injury that they or their vehicles may cause in a crash. Unless otherwise specified, all charges are for a 12 month period. The 10% Goods and Services Tax has been included for all classes.
Fee type Fee
1A Motor car: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $444.25 [1]
1B Ambulance, Fire and emergency services, Undertakers, etc: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $218.50 [2]
2 Goods vehicle: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $413.35 [3]
3. Any motor vehicle operating for hire or reward or, hire-and-drive-yourself vehicles. This class also includes buses used on a not for profit basis, i.e. where only a contribution towards ordinary running costs is received by the owner.
3 (a) Charter within 40 km: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $2,122.85 [4]
3 (b) Charter outside 40 km: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $358.45 [5]
3 (c) Taxis within 40 km: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $603.50 [6]
3 (d) Taxis outside 40 km: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $603.50 [7]
3 (e) School buses: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $358.45 [8]
3 (f) Other hire vehicles: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $603.50 [9]
3 (g) Hire-and-Drive-Yourself vehicle: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $603.50 [10]
4 Motorcycle: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $298.40 [11]
5. Motor vehicle dealers Motor Trade Vehicle (motor car manufacturing, garage proprietor, vendor of and/or dealer in motor cars).
5 (a) Motor vehicle trade plate: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $107.45 [12]
5 (b) Motorcycle trade plate: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $156.90 [13]
5 (c) Tow truck Motor Injury Insurance: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $596.25 [14]
6 Trailer, caravan, invalid wheelchair: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $15.05 [15]
7 (a) Veteran vehicles, farm firefighting, motorcycles not exceeding 75 cc, etc: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $62.70 [16]
7 (b) Forklift, tow motor, self-propelled headers, tractors, tractor plant: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $75.90 [17]
8 (a) Tractor plant, etc: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $264.20 [18]
8 (b) Motor cranes: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $955.20 [19]
GST rate: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) 10% [20]
Insurance duty 10%
Short term fee: Motor Injury Insurance (MII) $4.41 [21]

[1] Class 1A - Motor vehicle: Any motor vehicle used for private or business purposes and constructed principally for the conveyance of persons not included in Classes 2 to 8, inclusive. This class includes Station Wagons which have a designed seating capacity for four or more persons. (Any vehicle licensed under Regulation 70 of the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 and issued with number plates in accordance with those regulations as a farm vehicle shall be entitled to a rebate of 50 percent of this premium).

[2] Class 1B - Ambulance vehicle, Fire and Emergency Services vehicle, undertakers' vehicle, motor vehicle owned and used by the Australian Red Cross Society or a vehicle owned and used by the Cerebral Palsy Association of WA Ltd, not included in Class 6. Ambulance Vehicle: Any motor vehicle constructed and used for the conveyance of sick or injured persons. Fire and Emergency Services Vehicle: Any motor vehicle owned by or under the control of the Fire and Emergency Services Authority of Western Australia. Any business owned vehicles, specifically adapted for the sole purpose of firefighting and fire prevention, licensed under a limited vehicle license, limiting it exclusively to use on a road for firefighting purposes. Undertakers' Vehicles: Any motor vehicle used solely as an undertakers' hearse or mourning coach.

[3] Class 2 - Goods vehicle: Any motor vehicle not included in Classes 3 to 8, both inclusive, constructed principally for the conveyance of goods and used for private or business purposes. This class includes a wagon, utility, tractor (prime mover type). (Any wagon licensed under Regulation 70 of the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 and issued with number plates in accordance with those Regulations as a farm vehicle shall be entitled to a rebate of 50 per cent of this premium on the understanding that such vehicle will not be entitled to a further rebate under Class 2(f) and vice versa). (f) Effective for policies commencing from 01/01/2004, any vehicle within this class with tare weight of 2,500 kilos or more owned by a farmer and used solely or principally for carrying the products of, or requisites for, the owners' farming business, shall be entitled to a rebate of 50 percent of this premium.

[4] Class 3(a) - Any motor vehicle, other than a taxi-cab and 'Hire-and-Drive-Yourself' vehicle, licensed under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 having more than nine seating positions including that of the driver, principally operating within a 40-kilometre radius of the GPO Perth. This excludes passenger car vehicles originally designed with nine seats or less, including driver, that have been subsequently modified to have more than nine seats (e.g. stretch limousines).

[5] Class 3(b) - Any motor vehicle licensed under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 and used as a Passenger Transport Vehicle for hire or reward, having more than nine seating positions, including driver, principally operating outside a 40-kilometre radius of the GPO Perth. This excludes motor vehicles originally designed with nine seats or less, including driver, that have been subsequently modified to have more than nine seats (e.g. stretch limousines).

[6] Class 3(c) - Any motor vehicle licensed under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 and used as an On-demand Rank or Hail (taxi) Passenger Transport Vehicle, as defined in the Transport (Road Passenger Services) Act 2018, principally operating within a 40-kilometre radius of the GPO Perth.

[7] Class 3(d) - Any motor vehicle licensed under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 and used as an On-demand Rank or Hail (taxi) Passenger Transport Vehicle, as defined in the Transport (Road Passenger Services) Act 2018, principally operating outside a 40-kilometre radius of the GPO Perth.

[8] Class 3(e) - Any bus that is not used as a Passenger Transport Vehicle for hire or reward. This includes school buses used exclusively for the carriage of children to and from school.

[9] Class 3(f) - Any motor vehicle used as a Passenger Transport Vehicle for hire or reward not included in Classes 3 (a) to 3 (e) inclusive.

[10] Class 3(g) - Hire-and-Drive-Yourself vehicle (other than motor cycles included in Class 7 (a).

[11] Class 4 - Motorcycle used for private or business purposes. Other than motorcycle included in Classes 5 (b) and 7 (a). (Any motorcycle licensed under Regulation 70 of the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 and issued with number plates in accordance with those Regulations as a farm vehicle shall be entitled to a rebate of 50 per cent of this premium).

[12] Class 5(a) - Motor vehicles not included in Classes 5 (b) and 5 (c) used by the above with trade plate attached issued under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014, rate per trade plate issued.

[13] Class 5(b) - Motorcycle used by the above, with Trade plate attached issued under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014, rate per Trade plate issued.

[14] Class 5(c) - Tow truck as defined in the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 or with Trade plate whilst being used in accordance with section 27 of the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 1973.

[15] Class 6 - Trailer, caravan, invalid wheelchair: This class includes all vehicles issued with trailer plates, but does not include tractor (prime mover type), which is issued separately under Class 2.

[16] Class 7(a) - Motor vehicles which are: - Class (b), (c) or (i) non-road use vehicles, in accordance with a determination or declaration made under S.5B of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 (Commonwealth); OR - licensed as a B class vehicle under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014, and the use of the vehicle on public roads is limited in the manner directed by the CEO and only while being used in conformity with any conditions to which that approval is subject. Farm fire fighting vehicles - Any vehicle that is owned by a person engaged in the business of farming or grazing and that is fitted or adapted for the purpose of firefighting, licensed under a limited vehicle licence, limiting it exclusively to use on a road for firefighting purposes. Motorcycles - Not exceeding 75 cc including such motorcycles that are used as a hire vehicle. Any other vehicle being a motor vehicle within the meaning of the Motor Vehicle (Third Party Insurance) Act 1943 not otherwise classified.

[17] Class 7(b) - Forklifts, agricultural machines, and Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) licensed as a B class vehicle under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014.

[18] Class 8(a) - A Special Purpose Vehicle that (a) is, or has permanently attached to it, an excavator, road roller, road grader, bulldozer, mechanical shovel, plough, rotary hoe or similar plant; and (b) is designed to be driven or controlled by a person carried in or on the vehicle; and (c) is not suitable for the carriage of any load other than accessories necessary for the operation of the vehicle; and is licensed as a C class vehicle under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014.

[19] Class 8(b) - A self-propelled Special Purpose Vehicle that: (a) is designed solely or principally for lifting objects using a boom with lifting gear; and (b) only carries loads that are necessary for its own propulsion or equipment; but does not include a goods vehicle fitted with a crane apparatus or a tow truck.

[20] GST rate of 10% is charged on all premiums for policies.

[21] Short term fee (i.e. any period less than 12 months) subject to GST.

  Light vehicle licence (registration) fees (2019/2020)

Light vehicle: Administration fee

Fee type Fee
Light vehicle standard administration recording fee $10.30

Light vehicle: Bulk, transfer and duplicate licence fees

Fee type Fee
Duplicate or certified copy of vehicle licence document $3.60
Licence administration (Bulk licensing fee) - Applicable to vehicle dealers only $12.90
Vehicle licence transfer fee $15.60

Light vehicle: Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) not exceeding 4,500 kg fees

Fee type Fee
Per 100 kg
Light vehicle registration: Caravan (motor propelled), per 100 kg $23.64
Light vehicle registration: Caravan (trailer type), per 100 kg $5.91
Light vehicle registration: Converter dolly, per 100 kg $11.82
Light vehicle registration: Fork lift, per 100 kg $5.91
Light vehicle registration: Goods vehicle, per 100 kg $23.64
Light vehicle registration: Mobile crane, per 100 kg $5.91
Light vehicle registration: Motor car, per 100 kg $23.64
Light vehicle registration: Omnibus, per 100 kg $23.64
Light vehicle registration: Other trailer, not being a plant trailer truck, per 100 kg $11.82
Light vehicle registration: Plant trailer, per 100 kg $5.91
Light vehicle registration: Semi-trailer, per 100 kg $11.82
Light vehicle registration: Tow motor, per 100 kg $5.91
Light vehicle registration: Tow truck, per 100 kg $23.64
Light vehicle registration: Tractor (not prime mover), per 100 kg $5.91
Light vehicle registration: Tractor plant truck, per 100 kg $5.91
Light vehicle registration: Trailer, per 100 kg $11.82
Light vehicle registration: Tractor (prime mover type) and truck $23.64
Motorcycles
Light vehicle registration: Motorcycle (not exceeding 250 cc), per 100 kg $47.28
Light vehicle registration: Motorcycle (power to weight ratio not exceeding 150 kW/t), per 100 kg $47.28
Light vehicle registration: Motorcycle (power to weight ratio exceeding 150 kW/t), per 100 kg $70.92
Light vehicle registration: Motorcycle (exceeding 250 cc), per 100 kg $70.92

Light vehicle: Example, how to calculate your vehicle licence fee

In the following example, a 12 month renewal is applied to a standard motor car (weight: 1,650 kg):

Calculate your light vehicle licence fee Fee calculation
Vehicle fee per 100 kg x Total weight (rounded up to the nearest 100 kg) / 100 $23.64 x (1,700 kg / 100) = $401.88
Plus prescribed flat fee $13.20 (12-month renewal: (discounted rate) = $6.60) $6.60
Total vehicle licence fee (rounded to the nearest five cents) $408.50

Notes:

  • Prescribed flat fee for a vehicle for a period of one year is $13.20 discounted 50%.
  • Any vehicle renewal term less than 12 months; calculation will be $13.20 divided by 12 then multiplying by the number of months in respect of which the renewal is paid.
    • 6-month renewal: ($13.20/12)*6 = $6.60.
    • 3-month renewal: ($13.20/12)*3 = $3.30.

Key:

  • GVM = Gross vehicle Mass. kg = kilogram. cc = cubic centimetre, engine displacement.
  • kW/t = kilowatt per tonne, 1 m² / S³.

  What is a heavy vehicle?

The Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012 defines a heavy vehicle as a vehicle with a gross loaded mass (GVM) of more than 4.5 tonne.

GVM in relation to a vehicle, means the maximum loaded mass of the vehicle;

  • (a) as specified by the manufacturer; or
  • (b) as specified by the relevant authority if;
    • (i) the manufacturer has not specified a maximum loaded mass; or
    • (ii) the manufacturer cannot be identified; or
    • (iii) the vehicle has been modified to the extent that the manufacturer's specification is no longer appropriate.

Motor Injury Insurance (MII) fees

Vehicle owners pay a motor injury insurance premium to cover the cost of injury that they or their vehicles may cause in a crash.

For more information about these fees and the charges please refer to Motor Injury Insurance (MII)

  Heavy vehicle licence (registration) fees (2019/2020)

Heavy vehicle licence: Administration fee

Fee type Fee
Standard heavy vehicle licence administration recording fee $10.30

Heavy vehicle licence: Buses, seating capacity over 12, Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) exceeding 4,500 kg fees

Fee type Fee
Vehicle licence: Buses with 2 axles not exceeding 12,000 kg (1B2 class) $496.00
Vehicle licence: Buses with 2 axles exceeding 12,000 kg (2B2 class) $496.00
Vehicle licence: Buses with 3 axles (2B3 class) $2,731.00
Vehicle licence: Articulated Buses with 3 axles (AB3 class) $496.00

Heavy vehicle licence: HC and MC class fees

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. The class restriction removal fee is applied when this option is used.
Fee type Fee
Multi Combination (MC class) assessment by authorised providers
MC driver's licence class application $47.35
MC driver's licence class restriction removal $47.35
Heavy Combination: (HC class) assessment by the Department of Transport/Police
HC driver's licence class application $229.95
HC driver's licence class application: no driving test (e.g. transfer of class) $47.35
HC driver's licence supplementary Practical Driving Assessment (PDA) $219.40
HC driver's licence class restriction removal $219.40
Heavy Rigid (HR class) and Heavy Combination (HC class) assessment by authorised providers
HR/HC driver's licence class application $47.35
HR/HC driver's licence class restriction removal $47.35

Heavy vehicle licence: Prime mover, towing one trailer fees

Fee type Fee
Vehicle licence: Prime mover with 2 axles towing 1 semi-trailer (SP2 class) $1,308.00
Vehicle licence: Prime mover with 3 axles towing 1 semi-trailer (SP3 class) $5,143.00
Vehicle licence: Prime mover with 4 axles towing 1 semi-trailer (SP4 class) $5,658.00
Vehicle licence: Prime mover with 5 axles towing 1 semi-trailer (SP5 class) $5,658.00

Heavy vehicle licence: Prime mover, towing two or more trailers fees

Fee type Fee
Vehicle licence: Prime mover with 2 axles towing 2 or more trailers (MC2 class) $9,231.00
Vehicle licence: Prime mover with 3 axles towing 2 or more trailers (MC3 class) $9,231.00
Vehicle licence: Prime mover with 4 axles towing 2 or more trailers (MC4 class) $10,153.00
Vehicle licence: Prime mover with 5 axles towing 2 or more trailers (MC5 class) $10,153.00

Heavy vehicle licence: Rigid truck, Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) exceeding 4,500 kg (no trailer) fees

Fee type Fee
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 2 axles not exceeding 12,000 kg GVM (1R2 class) $496.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 2 axles exceeding 12,000 kg GVM (2R2 class) $852.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 3 axles not exceeding 16,500 kg GVM (1R3 class) $852.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 3 axles exceeding 16,500 kg GVM (2R3 class) $1,122.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 4 axles not exceeding 20,000 kg (1R4 class) $852.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 5 axles not exceeding 20,000 kg (1R5 class) $852.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 4 axles exceeding 20,000 kg (2R4 class) $1,122.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 5 axles exceeding 20,000 kg (2R5 class) $1,122.00

Heavy vehicle licence: Rigid truck, towing one trailer, maximum 6 axles in the combination fees

Fee type Fee
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 2 axles towing 1 trailer (SR2 class) $852.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 3 axles towing 1 trailer (SR3 class) $1,122.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 4 axles towing 1 trailer (SR4 class) $2,084.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 5 axles towing 1 trailer (SR5 class) $2,084.00

Heavy vehicle licence: Rigid truck, towing one trailer, more than 6 axles in the combination fees

Fee type Fee
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 2 axles towing 1 trailer (MR2 class) $7,630.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 3 axles towing 1 trailer (MR3 class) $7,630.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 4 axles towing 1 trailer (MR4 class) $8,239.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 5 axles towing 1 trailer (MR5 class) $8,239.00

Heavy vehicle licence: Rigid truck, towing two or more trailers fees

Fee type Fee
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 2 axles towing 2 trailers (LR2 class) $10,520.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 3 axles towing 2 trailers (LR3 class) $10,520.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 4 axles towing 2 trailers (LR4 class) $10,520.00
Vehicle licence: Rigid truck with 5 axles towing 2 trailers (LR5 class) $10,520.00

Heavy vehicle licence: Rigid truck, Trailers, including dollies fees

Fee type Fee
Vehicle licence: 1 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT1 class) $496.00
Vehicle licence: 2 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT2 class) $992.00
Vehicle licence: 3 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT3 class) $1,488.00
Vehicle licence: 4 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT4 class) $1,984.00
Vehicle licence: 5 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT5 class) $2,480.00
Vehicle licence: 6 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT6 class) $2,976.00
Vehicle licence: 7 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT7 class) $3,472.00
Vehicle licence: 8 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT8 class) $3,968.00
Vehicle licence: 9 axle trailer/semi-trailer (HT9 class) $4,464.00

  Low use vehicle licence (registration) fees (2019/2020)

Low road use: Administration fees

Includes fee types: 07 - Caravan 09 - Plant Trailer 10 - Tractor 11 - Tractor Plant; Forklift; Tow Motor 12 - Mobile Crane (not for hire) 13 - Mobile Crane (for hire)
Fee type Fee
Low road use: Heavy vehicle licence, standard administration recording fee $10.30

Low road use: Heavy vehicle fees, Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) exceeding 4,500 kg fees

Fee type Fee
Low road use: Heavy vehicle licence, any number of axles (PSV class) $116.00
Low road use: Heavy vehicle licence, any number of axles (TSV class) $116.00

Low road use: Vehicles exceeding standard axle mass limits fees

Fee type Fee
Low road use: Vehicle licence, 1 or 2 axles (OSV2 class) $403.00
Low road use: Vehicle licence, 3 axles (OSV3 class) $806.00
Low road use: Vehicle licence, 4 axles (OSV4 class) $1,209.00
Low road use: Vehicle licence, 5 axles (OSV5 class) $1,612.00
Low road use: Vehicle licence, 6 axles (OSV6 class) $2,015.00
Low road use: Vehicle licence, 7 axles (OSV7 class) $2,418.00
Low road use: Vehicle licence, 8 axles (OSV8 class) $2,821.00
Low road use: Vehicle licence, 9 axles (OSV9 class) $3,224.00

  Driver and Vehicle enquiries (online)

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  Vehicle licence 'rego' check (online)

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Vehicle licence 'rego' check (online)
 

You can quickly check the vehicle licence (rego) status of your;

  • Caravan,
  • Car,
  • Goods vehicle,
  • Moped,
  • Motorcycle,
  • Omnibus,
  • Tow truck,
  • Tractor,
  • Trailer,
  • Truck, etc.

 

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