Payment options

Find out how you can pay your driver and vehicle licence transactions in Western Australia.

  DoTDirect online account, pay online and BPAY

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)
Account lookup (online)

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.

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  How to pay by phone

You can pay the following bills (accounts) via phone using your MasterCard or Visa card.

Please call 1300 655 322 (24 hour service) and follow the prompts.

Accounts payable with a credit card

  • 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.
  • Boat registration.
  • Debit advice notice.

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

Other phone payments

Please visit the page below for information on how to pay by phone for:

BPAY payments via phone

If you have registered for phone banking through your financial institution (bank) you can pay your account via BPAY. To find out more refer to the fact sheet below.

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  How to pay by post

Please detach the payment advice and mail with cheque or money order to:

Street address Postal address Telephone Fax Email
  Department of Transport
GPO Box K777
Perth WA 6842

Please make payable to 'Department of Transport'.

Accounts payable by post

  • Driver's licence renewal **
  • Heavy vehicle licence renewal
  • Light vehicle licence renewal
  • Off-road vehicle licence
  • Seasonal vehicle licence renewal
  • Vehicle expired defect notice final demand
  • Vehicle expired defect notice infringement
  • Vehicle failure to return plates final demand
  • Vehicle failure to return plates infringement
  • Vehicle licence transfer
  • Vehicle licence transfer final demand
  • Vehicle licence transfer infringement.

** If a new photograph is required on your driver's licence you will need to attend a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or Agent. To find out more go to renew your driver's licence or learner's permit.

  Where to pay in person

You can pay licensing bills in person at any Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional Agent, however we recommend you avoid the queues by choosing another payment option where possible.

Accepted payment methods (attending in person)

  • Driver and Vehicle Services Centres (cash, cheque, EFTPOS, BasicsCard, Visa or Mastercard).
  • Driver and Vehicle Services Agents (cash, cheque, EFTPOS*, BasicsCard*, Visa* or Mastercard *).
  • Australia Post offices based in Western Australia (cash, cheque, money order, EFTPOS, BasicsCard, Visa or Mastercard). Provided:
    • Your payment is accompanied by an invoice.
    • The driver's licence renewal notice and the details on the notice are correct
    • The vehicle licence renewal invoice.
    • The vehicle and owner details are correct.
    • The transfer of vehicle ownership invoice and details are correct.

* Participating regional agents only


  • Please bring your bill (account) intact.
  • If paying by cheque, please make payable to 'Department of Transport'. If the cheque is dishonoured, the vehicle licence will be cancelled. The vehicle must be inspected before being re-licensed.
  • If a photograph is required on your driver's licence you will need to bring proof of identity with you (examples of acceptable proof of identity documents are provided in the fact sheet below).
  • The three month payment for light motor vehicles can only be paid through IVR, Internet or BPAY®.

You will need a personal identification number (PIN) for most card transactions at DoT centres and Agents.
This is a national financial industry-wide initiative to make payment systems safer.
Customers should contact their bank or card issuer to get a PIN.
A PIN is not required for DoT online service payments.

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  Important notes regarding payment receipts

Payment receipts

Transport does not issue physical receipts for light vehicle licence renewal payments made online or by BPay ®.

We recommend that you print the receipt that is generated when paying online or by BPay ®.


  • Our online payment service is unavailable between pm Sunday - am Monday WST due to routine maintenance.
  • All information on this system is secure to prevent any other party intercepting your credit card details.
  • If you are the holder of a pension concession card, please refer to your vehicle licence renewal notice to ascertain if you are required to present your card at a Driver and Vehicle Services Centre or regional agent prior to renewal.
  • Have you changed your address recently? If so, you need to notify the Department within 21 days. Find out how to change your address online.

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Page last updated: Thu Apr 5 2018 12:12:07 PM