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Those in SA important thing about car registration Lock Rss

They will be no longer issuing rego stickers as of next month so it will be up to you to know when your rego is up. I can see this turning out badly alot of people will be caught driving unregistered revenue raising i say.
Thanks for the heads up! My DF already knew when I was reading this to him roll eyes He couldve told me!

They were also talking about taking the three months away weren't they and only letting you register for 12 months or somthing?


Were they i shall google it? Sil lives in victoria and you can only do it yearly there.

Dunno my mama mentioned something about it today. Said that no more rego stickers and something about taking away our 3month rego .......
She mentioned it because how is a pensioner suppose to afford a lump sum all at once like the 400 or whatever it costs them to register for a full year.


i think it will be 6 monthly or 12 monthly. no more 3 months or 9 months.
I had heard about the no 6month and 12monthly only rego but hadnt heard about no stickers. Surely they will still send out the invoice before its due though.





Not sure about any of it but i got our rego papers yesturday and it still has the 3 6 9 and 12 month options

I had heard about the no 6month and 12monthly only rego but hadnt heard about no stickers. Surely they will still send out the invoice before its due though.


They will still do that and also send out a reminder notice 2 weeks after the due date.
I had a look at the transport SA site and for the rego its available in 3 or 12 months only. They are getting rid of the 6 and 9 months.

This was taken directly from their site.

Light Vehicles
From 1 July 2011, light vehicle owners will receive a new form called a registration details certificate, as well as the registration renewal notice, approximately six weeks prior to the registration expiry date.

You still need to pay your registration by the due date.

You will continue to receive a payment receipt over the counter, receive a receipt number by phone or print a receipt from an internet transaction. The payment receipt or payment number should be attached or recorded on the registration details certificate as proof of payment.
If your registration expires you will still receive a reminder notice between 7 and 14 days after expiry.

Once you have paid your registration, it is recommended that you retain your current vehicle registration papers and receipt details as proof of payment.

To check your light vehicle registration expiry date use the EzyReg online enquiry service . Alternatively, you will be able to check your light vehicle registration expiry date by calling a telephone hotline number that will be available from 1 July 2011.

It makes sense i guess, just will take a bit of getting used too.


They were also talking about taking the three months away weren't they and only letting you register for 12 months or somthing?


Hey, they tried doing that awhile ago here (ACT)and only have 12months rather than 3, 6 or 12 but it never got though- i think they lose too much money cancelling three month rego's. I doesnt make much sense to cancel the short term regos, not everyone can afford $600-$700 in one hit. Also, if your anything like us and like to rotate your cars seasonally, it comes in handy smile



They are getting rid of the 6 and 9 months.

Great..I always pay for 6mths and now they are getting rid of it?! angry I dont understand why they are making changes, sounds crappy to me <img src='https://www.huggies.com.au/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/dry.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='<_<' />
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