Motor Injury Insurance (MII) fees

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Class Type Description Fee
1A Motor car

Motor Car: Any motor car 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 motor car 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).

$420.85
1B Ambulance, Fire and emergency services, Undertakers, etc 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 fire-fighting and fire prevention, licensed under a limited vehicle license, limiting it exclusively to use on a road for fire-fighting purposes 'Undertakers' Vehicles': Any motor vehicle used solely as an undertakers' hearse or mourning coach. $207.05
2 Goods vehicle 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.
$391.55
3 Hire vehicles Hire Vehicle: (excludes any vehicle used on a not for profit basis, i.e. where only a contribution towards ordinary running costs is received by the owner/and or driver).  
3(a) Charter within 40 km 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). $1,981.55
3(b) Charter outside 40 km 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 outside 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). $756.35
3(c) Taxis within 40 km Taxi-cab (other than Peak Period Taxi-cab) principally operating within a 40-kilometre radius of the GPO Perth. $1,565.50
3(d) Taxis outside 40 km Taxi-cab principally operating outside a 40-kilometre radius of the GPO Perth. $504.35
3(e) School buses School buses: vehicles used primarily for the carriage of children to and from school and any other vehicle constructed similarly to an omnibus privately owned and used for conveyance of non-paying passengers. $339.60
3(f) Other hire vehicles Any motor vehicle used for carriage of passengers, for hire, fare or reward, not included in Classes 3 (a) to 3 (e) inclusive. $571.65
3(g) Hire-and-Drive-Yourself vehicle Hire-and-Drive-Yourself vehicle (other than motor cycles included in Class 7 (a). $504.35
4 Motorcycle 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.) $282.70
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 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. $101.75
5(b) Motorcycle trade plate Motorcycle used by the above, with Trade plate attached issued under the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014, rate per Trade plate issued. $148.65
5(c) Tow truck 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. $564.85
6 Trailer, Caravan, Invalid wheel chair Trailer, Caravan, Invalid Wheel Chair- (This class includes all vehicles issued with trailer plates, but does not include tractor (prime mover type), which is issued separately under Class 2). $14.30
7(a) Veteran vehicles, Farm fire fighting, motor cycles not exceeding 75 cc Veteran Cars, Wagons and Motor Cycles Vehicles which are the subject of a limited Vehicle Licence as a veteran vehicle and only whilst being used in accordance with the provisions of such licence. 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 fire fighting, licensed under a limited vehicle licence, limiting it exclusively to use on a road for fire fighting purposes. Motor Cycles - Not exceeding 75 cc including such Motor Cycles 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. $59.50
7(b) Forklift, Tow motor, Self-propelled headers, Tractors, Tractor plant Forklift, Tow Motor, Self-Propelled Headers, Tractors (other than prime mover type but including farm type) and Tractor Plant as defined in the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 and licensed as a Class A or B vehicle under subsidiary Regulations to the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012. $71.90
8(a) Tractor plant Tractor Plant which is licensed as a Class C vehicle under subsidiary Regulations to the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012. $250.30
8(b) Motor cranes Motor Cranes, as defined in the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 or subsidiary regulations to the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012. $904.85
  Insurance Insurance on all premiums. 10%
  Short term fee Short term fee (i.e. any period less than 12 months) Subject to GST. $4.09

Vehicles insured under Vehicle Classes 1A, 2, or 4, 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 the premium applicable to that vehicle class. Such vehicles insured under Vehicle Class 2(f) shall not be entitled to a further premium rebate and vice versa.

For short period rates: The premium for any period less than 12 months shall be calculated as follows:

  • For a period of 6 months the premium will be half of the 12 month premium.
  • For a period of 3 months the premium will be one quarter of the 12 month premium.
  • For periods other than the periods specified above, the premium will be calculated by dividing the 12 month premium by 365 days and multiplying the result by the number of days for the period required.

Notes:

  • Goods and Services Tax (GST): GST rate of 10% is charged on all premiums for policies with a commencement date of 01/07/2000 onwards. GST applies to short term fees but does not apply to insurance duty.
  • Insurance duty: Insurance duty is payable in accordance with the Duties Act 2008 as amended.
  • Short term fees (i.e. any period of less than 12 months): In addition to the premium a short term fee of $4.02 is payable except in the case of an initial license or permit where such license or permit is effected for the maximum period permitted by the Department of Transport.
  • Permits: Any motor vehicle issued with a permit pursuant to Section 13 of the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012 or the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014) which has a duration in excess of 48 hours, shall be entitled to a 50 per cent rebate of the insurance premium listed in this Schedule of Premiums, applicable to that class of vehicle and for the period of the permit.
  • Permit not exceeding 48 hours: The fee for permits, the duration of which does not exceed 48 hours, shall be $16.69 Motor Injury Insurance Premium. The fee applicable for the Class 6 vehicles shall be $12.64.
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