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Jun 27 2020

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Motor vehicle registration and renewal

Compulsory faulty Takata airbag safety recall

On 28 February 2018, the Australian Government announced a compulsory recall of vehicles affected by defective Takata airbags.

Canberra drivers are urged to check whether their vehicle is affected by the recall by visiting the Takata airbag recalls list on the Product Safety Website.

If you have an affected make or model, please contact the supplier/manufacturer/dealer so replacement of the airbags can be arranged.

All defective Takata airbags will need to be replaced by 31 December 2020, with priority of replacement given to criteria based on a range of factors including age and exposure to heat and humidity.

A list of frequently asked questions about the recall can be found on the Product Safety Website.

If you have further questions you can contact Access Canberra on 13 22 81.

This information applies to motor vehicles already registered in the Australian Capital Territory.

If the motor vehicle is being registered for the first time in the ACT it will require an inspection. For further information refer to the Motor vehicle inspections page.

For information about transfer (including transferring an interstate vehicle to the ACT) and disposal refer to the Motor vehicle registration transfer and disposal page.

For information about heavy vehicles refer to the Heavy vehicle registration and information page.

For information about registering a new or used trailer or caravan, refer to the trailer and caravan registration page.

Upcoming Changes for Heavy Vehicle Registration in the ACT

The Federal Interstate Registration Scheme (FIRS) will be closed to new entrants and renewals from 1 July 2018.

To keep the registration current on your FIRS vehicle, you will need to transition to the National Heavy Vehicle Registration Scheme (NHVRS) before the registration on your vehicle expires. You will be sent a Registration Transition notice outlining the procedure to transition from FIRS to the NHVRS.

For further information about the transition, visit Heavy vehicle registration transition.

Registration renewal

Lapsed registrations

An ACT registered vehicle may be renewed at any point up until it has been expired for 12 months. After 12 months the registration lapses.

This means the registration will need to be re-established not simply renewed. To re-establish a lapsed registration, the vehicle must be inspected. For further information about inspections refer to the Motor vehicle inspections page.

Once inspected you can re-establish the registration by completing the application to establish on the back of the inspection certificate and take it to an Access Canberra Service Centre and paying the re-establish fee.

You will be sent a courtesy reminder before the expiry date of your vehicle registration. To receive registration renewal reminder notices via email please maintain your contact details online.

Vehicle registration can be renewed up to three months in advance by phoning Access Canberra on 13 22 81 or you may renew registration online.

You do not require a reminder notice to renew your vehicle’s registration at an Access Canberra Service Centre but will need the vehicle’s number plate details.

You may renew registration online, however if your address details have changed you will need to change your address details before renewing the registration.

Payment may be made online by Visa or MasterCard only.

To renew online, the following information is needed to identify the vehicle:

  • Your notice reference number (located on the registration renewal notice under the payment options).
  • Numberplate; and,
  • The last four digits of the vehicle identification number (VIN) or chassis number, which may be found by using the Check registration details service.

Registration can also be paid at any Australia Post however you will need the registration renewal reminder notice.

At the time of paying the registration renewal fee the compulsory third party insurance (CTPI), road safety contribution and road rescue fee components are also collected.

For business vehicles the input tax credit entitlement can be changed. You should consult your tax advisor or the Australian Taxation Office on 13 28 66 if required.

Public vehicles (taxis, hire cars and buses) and vehicles weighing more than 4.5 tonnes are required to be inspected at the time of renewal.

When renewing a Veteran, vintage and historic motor vehicle registration you must present an Application for concessional registration of a motor vehicle (PDF 184KB) .

Applicants can apply in person by attending an Access Canberra location. Applications made before 3pm are usually completed on the same day. Applicants may choose to wait until the search of records is completed or the results can be sent by mail or email.

Applicants may also apply by email to ors_documentmanagement@act.gov.au. When applying via email the application form is not required, however, all other requirements mentioned above must be met. Please ensure you include your contact details in your request so we can contact you to arrange a credit card payment.

Cancelling registration

You can cancel your vehicle’s registration at any time unless you have sold your vehicle. If you plan to sell your vehicle without registration you must cancel the registration before selling it.

Access Canberra will refuse an application to cancel registration if there is a possibility that the new owner of the vehicle will unknowingly be driving an unregistered vehicle.

Applications to cancel vehicle registration may be lodged at an Access Canberra Service Centre, via the Road Transport Authority contact form or posted to Road Transport Authority for processing.

Voluntary cancellation of registration

A voluntary cancellation is when the registered operator(s) wish to cancel the vehicle’s registration. This could be due to the vehicle no longer working or the registered operator(s) no longer needing the vehicle to be registered.

To voluntarily cancel a vehicle’s registration the applicant must provide:

  • a completed Application to cancel vehicle registration (PDF 146KB) form, signed by the registered operator(s);
  • the registered operator(s) primary proof of identity documentation;
  • a completed statement about the registration label for vehicles over 4,500kg. (a declaration is prov >Authority to act as an agent (PDF 156KB) form where applicable with the agent’s proof of identity documentation.

Please upload the above documents to our “Road Transport Authority contact form” for processing.

Refunds

In all the scenarios mentioned above a refund of the registration and compulsory third party insurance (CTPI) fees will be generated where:

  • The vehicle was registered; and,
  • The value of any remaining registration and CTPI is greater than the administration fee charged to cancel registration.

The formula used to calculate the refund is days remaining divided by days paid for, multiplied by fee paid. An administration fee is then deducted from the refund.

Refunds can either be sent to the client as a cheque, via EFT by completing an Electronic funds transfer authorisation (PDF 161KB) or the funds can be held by Access Canberra for the client to use for future registration transactions. Refund times will vary depending on the transaction date and refund type.

Vehicle has been written off

When a vehicle has been declared a write off by an insurance company the registered operator(s) should cancel the vehicles registration. In this scenario the vehicle’s registration cancellation date is backdated to the day after the incident, providing the registered operator(s) can provide a letter from their insurance company stating the condition of the vehicle and the incident date.

To cancel a written off vehicle’s registration the applicant must provide:

  • a completed Application to cancel vehicle registration (PDF 146KB) form, signed by the registered operator(s);
  • the registered operator(s) primary proof of identity documentation;
  • the numberplates or a receipt for the surrender of numberplates from an interstate authority (a declaration is prov >Authority to act as an agent (PDF 156KB) form where applicable with the agent’s proof of identity documentation; and,
  • a letter from an insurance company stating the date that the vehicle was written off following an accident.

For further information concerning vehicles that have been written off refer to the Written off motor vehicles page.

Please upload the above documents to our “Road Transport Authority contact form” for processing.

Refunds

In all the scenarios mentioned above a refund of the registration and compulsory third party insurance (CTPI) fees will be generated where:

  • The vehicle was registered; and,
  • The value of any remaining registration and CTPI is greater than the administration fee charged to cancel registration.

The formula used to calculate the refund is days remaining divided by days paid for, multiplied by fee paid. An administration fee is then deducted from the refund.

Refunds can either be sent to the client as a cheque, via EFT by completing an Electronic funds transfer authorisation (PDF 161KB) or the funds can be held by Access Canberra for the client to use for future registration transactions. Refund times will vary depending on the transaction date and refund type.

Vehicle has been registered interstate

When an ACT registered vehicle is sold interstate or the registered operator(s) move interstate the vehicle will have to be registered in that State or Territory. Once the vehicle is registered interstate the ACT registration must be cancelled. This transaction can be completed in person or via post. If applying from interstate you can post or submit the below items to Access Canberra.

In this scenario the vehicle’s registration will be cancelled as of the date the ACT number plates were surrendered to the interstate authorities, evidence required is the interstate registration certificate and the number plate surrender receipt.

To cancel a vehicle registered interstate the applicant must provide:

  • a completed Application to cancel vehicle registration (PDF 146KB) form signed by the registered operator(s);
  • the registered operator(s) primary proof of identity documentation;
  • the numberplates or a receipt for the surrender of numberplates from an interstate authority (a declaration is prov >Authority to act as an agent (PDF 156KB) form where applicable with the agent’s proof of identity documentation.

For further information concerning interstate vehicle registration transfers refer to the Motor vehicle registration disposal and transfer page.

Please upload the above documents to our “Road Transport Authority contact form” for processing.

Refunds

In all the scenarios mentioned above a refund of the registration and compulsory third party insurance (CTPI) fees will be generated where:

  • The vehicle was registered; and,
  • The value of any remaining registration and CTPI is greater than the administration fee charged to cancel registration.

The formula used to calculate the refund is days remaining divided by days paid for, multiplied by fee paid. An administration fee is then deducted from the refund.

Refunds can either be sent to the client as a cheque, via EFT by completing an Electronic funds transfer authorisation (PDF 161KB) or the funds can be held by Access Canberra for the client to use for future registration transactions. Refund times will vary depending on the transaction date and refund type.

Vehicle has been stolen

When a vehicle has been stolen the registered operator(s) should cancel the vehicles registration. In this scenario the vehicles registration cancellation date is backdated to the date the vehicle was stolen, providing the registered operator(s) can provide an incident report letter issued by Australian Federal Police or letter from an insurance company stating the vehicle has been stolen and incident date.

To cancel a stolen vehicles registration the applicant must provide:

  • a completed Application to cancel vehicle registration (PDF 146KB) form signed by the registered operator(s);
  • the registered operator(s) primary proof of identity documentation;
  • a completed declaration, prov >Authority to act as an agent (PDF 156KB) form where applicable with the agent’s proof of identity documentation; and,
  • a letter from your insurance company stating the vehicle is a total loss or an incident report letter issued by Australian Federal Police stating the date that the vehicle was stolen.

Please upload the above documents to our “Road Transport Authority contact form” for processing.

Refunds

In all the scenarios mentioned above a refund of the registration and compulsory third party insurance (CTPI) fees will be generated where:

  • The vehicle was registered; and,
  • The value of any remaining registration and CTPI is greater than the administration fee charged to cancel registration.

The formula used to calculate the refund is days remaining divided by days paid for, multiplied by fee paid. An administration fee is then deducted from the refund.

Refunds can either be sent to the client as a cheque, via EFT by completing an Electronic funds transfer authorisation (PDF 161KB) or the funds can be held by Access Canberra for the client to use for future registration transactions. Refund times will vary depending on the transaction date and refund type.

In all the scenarios mentioned above a refund of the registration and compulsory third party insurance (CTPI) fees will be generated where:

  • The vehicle was registered; and,
  • The value of any remaining registration and CTPI is greater than the administration fee charged to cancel registration.

The formula used to calculate the refund is days remaining divided by days paid for, multiplied by fee paid. An administration fee is then deducted from the refund.

Refunds can either be sent to the client as a cheque, via EFT by completing an Electronic funds transfer authorisation (PDF 161KB) or the funds can be held by Access Canberra for the client to use for future registration transactions. Refund times will vary depending on the transaction date and refund type.

Registration certificate or label replacement

You may replace the registration certificate or label, if applicable, online, however if your address details have changed you will need to change your address details first.

The vehicle must be currently registered in the ACT and it will take up to seven working days for delivery of the certificate or label. Registration certificates will be mailed to the owners listed mailing address.

Payment may be made by Visa or MasterCard only.

Concessions

Centrelink

Holders of a Centrelink Health Care Card are not entitled to any registration concessions.

Holders of a current Centrelink Pension Concession Card are entitled to 100% discount on registration.

This means that you do not pay for the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance, road rescue fee, road safety contribution, lifetime care and support levy and short term registration surcharge if applicable.

You must present a current and valid Centrelink Pension Concession Card displaying an ACT residential address.

The concession can only be provided to the card holder. A concession can only be applied to one light vehicle registration in the card holder’s name.

This means you must remove the concession from one vehicle before placing it on another eg. When purchasing a new vehicle.

Department of Veterans’ Affairs

Holders of a current Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) Pension Concession Card are entitled to 100% discount on registration.*

This means that you do not pay for the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance, road rescue fee, road safety contribution, lifetime care and support levy and short term registration surcharge if applicable.

You must complete a Concession validation consent (PDF 149KB) form or provide a letter from DVA confirming the concession entitlement. The letter must be dated no earlier than 14 days before the transaction.

The concession can only be provided to the card holder. A concession can only be applied to one light vehicle registration in the card holder’s name.

This means you must remove the concession from one vehicle before placing it on another eg. When purchasing a new vehicle.

*DVA White and Orange cards are not eligible for registration or licence concessions

Diplomats and privileged personnel

Diplomats and Privileged Personnel are entitled to 100% discount on registration.

This means that you do not pay for the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance and the road safety contribution.

You must present a current Diplomatic Identity Card and passport.

The concession can only be provided to the card holder.

Gas and electric vehicles

Gas and electric powered vehicles are entitled to 20% Discount on registration.

This means that you pay 20% less on the cost of the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance, road rescue fee, road safety contribution and short term registration surcharge if applicable.

For all gas powered vehicles you must present a passed inspection report from an authorised gas fitter upon establishment of a used vehicle and renewal of registration for all vehicles (if the registration period exceeds 12 months from the date of the last gas inspection).

All electric powered vehicles must be inspected at the Access Canberra Motor Vehicle Inspection Station at Hume prior to establishment of initial registration. An electric powered concession is not available on hybrid vehicles.

Plug-in hybrid vehicles(PHEV) and Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicles (HFCEV) are entitled to a 20% discount on registration.

This means that you pay 20% less on the cost of the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance, road rescue fee, road safety contribution and short term registration surcharge if applicable.

Primary producers

Primary producers are entitled to 45% discount on registration.

This means that you pay 45% less on the cost of the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance, road rescue fee, road safety contribution and short term registration surcharge if applicable.

Primary producers with gas or electric powered vehicles are entitled to 55% discount on registration.

If the registered vehicle is gas or electric powered, this means that you pay 55% less on the cost of the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance, road rescue fee, road safety contribution and short term registration surcharge if applicable.

You must complete a Primary producer declaration for farmer concession (PDF 172KB) form which has been certified by a registered tax agent or qualified accountant.

The concession can only be applied to two goods carrying vehicles, one goods carrying or fixed load trailer and one vehicle with a body type of ‘tractor’. All vehicles must be equal to or less than 4.5 tonne GVM.

All vehicles must be registered for business use.

For all gas powered vehicles you must present a passed inspection report from an authorised gas fitter upon establishment of a used vehicle and renewal of registration for all vehicles (if the registration period exceeds 12 months from the date of the last gas inspection).

All electric powered vehicles must be inspected at the Access Canberra Motor Vehicle Inspection Station at Hume prior to establishment of initial registration. An electric powered concession is not available on hybrid vehicles.

To claim a seniors concession on your vehicles registration you must present a current and valid ACT Seniors Card and primary proof of identity to an Access Canberra Service Centre or Shopfront. The concession can only be provided to the card holder. A concession can only be applied to one light vehicle registration in the card holder’s name. This means you must remove the concession from one vehicle before placing it on another eg. When purchasing a new vehicle.

Holders of ACT Seniors Cards are entitled to 10% discount on registration.

This means that you pay 10% less on the cost of the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance, road rescue fee, road safety contribution and short term registration surcharge if applicable.

Seniors with gas or electric powered vehicles are entitled to 28% discount on registration.

If the registered vehicle is gas or electric powered, this means that you pay 28% less on the cost of the registration component but must pay the full fee for compulsory third party insurance, road rescue fee, road safety contribution and short term registration surcharge if applicable.

To claim a seniors concession on your vehicles registration you must present a current and valid ACT Seniors Card and primary proof of identity to an Access Canberra Service Centre or Shopfront. The concession can only be provided to the card holder. A concession can only be applied to one light vehicle registration in the card holder’s name.

For all gas powered vehicles you must present a passed inspection report from an authorised gas fitter upon establishment of a used vehicle and renewal of registration for all vehicles (if the registration period exceeds 12 months from the date of the last gas inspection).

All electric powered vehicles must be inspected at the Access Canberra Motor Vehicle Inspection Station at Hume prior to establishment of initial registration. An electric powered concession is not available on hybrid vehicles.

Backdating of concessions

If you have held your concession card for a period of time before notifying Access Canberra you may be eligible for a backdated refund on your registration.

You must produce a letter from Centrelink or COTA ACT (Council of the Ageing ACT) stating the date your concession started and that you have been continuously entitled to the concession since the start date.

Forms and fees

You should consult your tax advisor or the Australian Taxation Office on 13 28 66 for information about input tax credit entitlements.

For information about heavy vehicles registration fees refer to the Heavy vehicle registration and information page.

Administrative fees

Description Fee
Amount deducted from a refund for the cancellation of:

  • A driver licence
  • A driving instructor accreditation
  • A vehicle registration
  • An authorised examiner certificate
  • Approval of premises certificate for the inspection and testing of a class of vehicles
  • A trader’s plate
  • A parking permit
$46.60
Amount deducted from a refund for the surrender of:

  • An accreditation of a public passenger service operator or a taxi network
  • A leased hire car licence
  • A restricted taxi licence
$45.30

Search of record fees

Description Fee
Statement of registration details. $25.60

Establish registration fees

Description Fee
Fee payable when establishing registration (excluding vehicles described below) for vehicles that have not previously been registered in the ACT. $93.40
Goods trailer, fixed load (equipment) trailers and motorcycles. $56.40
Re-registration of a vehicle (all vehicle types) that has previously been registered on the ACT vehicle register. $47.70

Lifetime care and support levy

ACT motorists needing lifetime care as a result of a catastrophic injury now have the opportunity to access a scheme targeted at providing long-term care and support. Further information about the scheme can be accessed on the Lifetime Care and Support Sceme website.

Road safety contribution and rescue fee

As of 1 July 2015, the fees collected for the Road Safety Contribution will support the ACT Road Safety Fund. The ACT Road Safety Fund funds projects and initiatives related to road safety research and education and road trauma prevention, in support of the ACT Government’s identified road safety strategy. The fee is $2.50 per 12 month registration.

The former NRMA-ACT Road Safety Trust was established in 1992, with the principal objective of enhancing road safety for the benefit of the ACT road-using community. The Trust allocated over $20 million to approximately 340 innovative road safety projects between 1992 and 2009.

The road rescue fee is used to assist funding of the road rescue services in the ACT such as the ambulance and fire brigade services.

Replacement registration certificate or label fees

Description Fee
Replacement certificate (when original has been lost, destroyed or defaced). $40.90
Replacement label for heavy vehicle (when original has been lost, destroyed or defaced). $24.10
Replacement label for heavy vehicle (when original was faulty or not received in the post). Not Applicable

Motorcycle registration fees (0% input tax credit entitlement)

A motorcycle is defined as a motor vehicle, which has two or three wheels and is steered by means of handle bars. Includes such vehicles as motorcycles with or without a sidecar, a moped and a scooter.

Fees are correct as at 18 March 2019. All fees are subject to change without notice. The 12 month registration component below is inclusive of a 2% discount, all other fees are non-concessional fees. If you believe you are entitled to a concession please contact Access Canberra on 13 22 81 for further information.

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Total for engine size up to 300cc or electrically powered 3 months 6 months 12 months
$87.40 $161.20 $293.60
$87.80 $162.00 $295.00
$87.20 $160.80 $292.70
$96.30 $178.80 $328.40
Total for engine size over 300cc

3 months

6 months

12 months

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

$169.30 $324.20 $615.80
$186.00 $357.30 $681.40
$175.10 $335.60 $638.40
$194.20 $373.50 $713.40
Total for engine size over 600cc (Third Party Insurance class 9A)

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

3 months 6 months 12 months
$169.30 $324.20 $615.80
$186.00 $357.30 $712.00
$175.10 $335.60 $638.40
$194.20 $373.50 $713.40

Fee components breakdown

A vehicle registration fee is made up of three components, government fees, registration fees and compulsory third party insurance fees. These fees are defined in the following tables.

Road rescue fee

Road safety contribution

Lifetime care and support levy

Compulsory third party insurance regulator levy

Total government fee component

Government fee component 3 months 6 months 12 months
$6.60 $13.20 $26.90
$0.60 $1.20 $2.50
$9.10 $18.20 $36.50
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00
$17.30 $33.60 $66.90
For all engine sizes including electrically powered

Registration fee component 3 months 6 months 12 months
$43.00 $76.10 $129.60
Compulsory third party insurance (CTPI) component

NRMA CTPI for engine size up to 300cc including electrically powered

AAMI CTPI for engine size up to 300cc including electrically powered

GIO CTPI for engine size up to 300cc including electrically powered

APIA CTPI for engine size up to 300cc including electrically powered

NRMA CTPI for engine size over 300cc

AAMI CTPI for engine size over 300cc

GIO CTPI for engine size over 300cc

APIA CTPI for engine size over 300cc

$27.10 $51.50 $97.10
$27.50 $52.30 $98.50
$26.90 $51.10 $96.20
$36.00 $69.10 $131.90
$109.00 $214.50 $419.30
$125.70 $247.60 $484.90
$114.80 $225.90 $441.90
$133.90 $263.80 $516.90

Motorcycle registration fees (100% input tax credit entitlement)

A motorcycle is defined as a motor vehicle, which has two or three wheels and is steered by means of handle bars. Includes such vehicles as motorcycles with or without a sidecar, a moped and a scooter.

Fees are correct as at 18 March 2019. All fees are subject to change without notice. The 12 month registration component below is inclusive of a 2% discount, all other fees are non-concessional fees. If you believe you are entitled to a concession please contact Access Canberra on 13 22 81 for further information.

Total for engine size up to 300cc or electrically powered

3 months 6 months 12 months NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

$89.60 $165.30 $301.10 AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

$90.10 $166.30 $303.10 GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

$89.40 $164.90 $300.40 APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

$99.30 $184.50 $339.20 Total for engine size 300cc to 600cc

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

3 months 6 months 12 months
$177.90 $340.90 $648.50
$196.40 $377.70 $721.40
$184.30 $353.60 $673.70
$205.20 $395.30 $756.00
Total for engine size over 600cc

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

3 months 6 months 12 months
$177.90 $340.90 $648.50
$196.40 $377.70 $721.40
$184.30 $353.60 $673.70
$205.20 $395.30 $756.00

Fee components breakdown

A vehicle registration fee is made up of three components, government fees, registration fees and compulsory third party insurance fees. These fees are defined in the following tables.

Road rescue fee

Road safety contribution

Lifetime care and support levy

Compulsory third party insurance regulator levy

Total government fee component

Government fee component 3 months 6 months 12 months
$6.60 $13.20 $26.90
$0.60 $1.20 $2.50
$9.10 $18.20 $36.50
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00
$17.30 $33.60 $66.90
For all engine sizes including electrically powered

Registration fee component 3 months 6 months 12 months
$43.00 $76.10 $129.60
Compulsory third party insurance (CTPI) component

NRMA CTPI for engine size up to 300cc including electrically powered

AAMI CTPI for engine size up to 300cc including electrically powered

GIO CTPI for engine size up to 300cc including electrically powered

APIA CTPI for engine size up to 300cc including electrically powered

NRMA CTPI for engine size over 300cc

AAMI CTPI for engine size over 300cc

GIO CTPI for engine size over 300cc

APIA CTPI for engine size over 300cc

3 months 6 months 12 months
$29.30 $55.60 $104.60
$29.80 $56.60 $106.60
$29.10 $55.20 $103.90
$39.00 $74.80 $142.70
$117.60 $231.20 $452.00
$136.10 $268.00 $524.90
$124.00 $243.90 $477.20
$144.90 $285.60 $559.50

Passenger carrying vehicle private registration fees (0% input tax credit entitlement)

A passenger carrying vehicle is defined as a motor vehicle constructed principally for the conveyance of persons, where the vehicles tare weight does not exceed 4,500 kg. For example sedans, station wagons etc.

Fees are correct as at 18 March 2019. All fees are subject to change without notice. The 12 month registration component below is inclusive of a 2% discount, all other fees are non-concessional fees. If you believe you are entitled to a concession please contact Access Canberra on 13 22 81 for further information.

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Totals for tare weight up to 975 kg 3 months 6 months 12 months
$241.20 $467.60 $897.90
$243.40 $472.00 $906.60
$240.10 $465.40 $893.60
$247.70 $480.60 $923.60
Totals for tare weight from 976 kg to 1,154 kg

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

3 months 6 months 12 months
$249.60 $484.40 $930.80
$251.80 $488.80 $939.50
$248.50 $482.20 $926.50
$256.10 $497.40 $956.50
NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Totals for tare weight from 1,155 kg to 1,504 kg 3 months 6 months 12 months
$261.10 $507.30 $975.60
$263.30 $511.70 $984.30
$260.00 $482.20 $926.50
$267.60 $520.30 $1001.30
NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Totals for tare weight from 1,505 kg to 2,504 kg 3 months 6 months 12 months
$305.60 $596.30 $1150.00
$307.80 $600.70 $1158.70
$304.50 $594.10 $1145.70
$312.10 $609.30 $1175.70

Fee components breakdown

A vehicle registration fee is made up of three components, government fees, registration fees and compulsory third party insurance fees. These fees are defined in the following tables.

Road rescue fee

Road safety contribution

Lifetime care and support levy

Compulsory third party insurance regulator levy

Total government fee component

Government fee component 3 months 6 months 12 months
$6.60 $13.20 $26.90
$0.60 $1.20 $2.50
$9.10 $18.20 $36.50
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00
$17.30 $33.60 $66.90
Tare weight up to 975 kg

Tare weight from 976 kg to 1,154 kg

Tare weight from 1,155 kg to 1,504 kg

Tare weight from 1,505 kg to 2,504 kg

Registration fee component 3 months 6 months 12 months
$88.20 $166.50 $306.80
$96.60 $183.30 $339.70
$108.10 $206.20 $384.50
$152.60 $295.20 $558.90
Compulsory third party insurance provider component 3 months 6 months 12 months
$135.70 $267.50 $524.20
$137.90 $271.90 $528.90
$134.60 $265.30 $519.90
$142.20 $280.50 $549.90

Goods carrying vehicle private registration fees (0% input tax credit entitlement)

A goods carrying vehicle is defined as a motor vehicle constructed principally for the carriage of goods. For example light trucks, utilities and vans.

Fees are correct as at 18 March 2019. All fees are subject to change without notice. The 12 month registration component below is inclusive of a 2% discount, all other fees are non-concessional fees. If you believe you are entitled to a concession please contact Access Canberra on 13 22 81 for further information.

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Totals for tare weight up to 975 kg 3 months 6 months 12 months

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Totals for tare weight from 976 kg to 1,154 kg

3 months

6 months

12 months

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Totals for tare weight from 1,155 kg to 1,504 kg

3 months

6 months

12 months

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Totals for tare weight from 1,505 kg to 2,504kg

3 months

6 months

12 months

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Totals for tare weight from 2,505 kg to 2,794 kg

3 months

6 months

12 months

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Totals for tare weight from 2,795 kg to 4,500 kg

3 months

6 months

12 months

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider

GIO compulsory third party insurance provider

APIA compulsory third party insurance provider

Fee components breakdown

A vehicle registration fee is made up of three components, government fees, registration fees and compulsory third party insurance fees. These fees are defined in the following tables.

Government fee component 3 months 6 months 12 months
Road rescue fee $6.60 $13.20 $26.90
Road safety contribution $0.60 $1.20 $2.50
Lifetime care and support levy $9.10 $18.20 $36.50
Compulsory third party insurance regulator levy $1.00 $1.00 $1.00
Total government fee component $17.30 $33.60 $66.90
Registration fee component 3 months 6 months 12 months
Tare weight up to 975 kg $88.20 $166.50 $306.80
Tare weight from 976 kg to 1,154 kg $96.60 $183.30 $339.70
Tare weight from 1,155 kg to 1,504 kg $108.10 $206.20 $384.50
Tare weight from 1,505 kg to 2,504 kg $152.60 $295.20 $558.90
Tare weight from 2,505 kg to 2,794 kg $227.20 $444.50 $851.70
Tare weight from 2,795 kg to 4,500 kg $230.80 $451.60 $875.60
Compulsory third party insurance provider component 3 months 6 months 12 months
NRMA $166.30 $328.40 $644.70
AAMI $171.80 $339.20 $666.10
GIO $ 165.00 $325.70 $639.40
APIA $175.80 $347.20 $681.80

Passenger carrying vehicle business registration fees (0% input tax credit entitlement)

A passenger carrying vehicle is defined as a motor vehicle constructed principally for the conveyance of persons, where the vehicles tare weight does not exceed 4,500 kg. For example sedans, station wagons etc.

Fees are correct as at 18 March 2019. All fees are subject to change without notice. The 12 month registration component below is inclusive of a 2% discount, all other fees are non-concessional fees. If you believe you are entitled to a concession please contact Access Canberra on 13 22 81 for further information.

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Totals for tare weight up to 975 kg 3 months 6 months 12 months

NRMA compulsory third party insurance provider

AAMI compulsory third party insurance provider


SOURCE: http://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/694/~/motor-vehicle-registration-and-renewal

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