Find out how to get, renew, transfer or cancel a NSW vehicle registration.
Conditional Registration Discussion Paper
Roads and Maritime Services has released a Conditional Registration Discussion Paper. The purpose of the paper is to review issues around legislation, policy, procedures and practices governing conditionally registered vehicles, and to propose options to overcome these issues and improve the conditional registration scheme. Interested parties are invited to review the discussion paper and provide written comment by 30 September 2015. Find out more about Conditional Registration Discussion Paper
In this section...
How to get a NSW registration for your vehicle, including conditional and seasonal registration, and information for owners of written off, non-standard, modified and imported vehicles.
What you need to know to renew your vehicle's registration, including information about automatic renewal for eligible concession card holders.
Buying or selling a vehicle? You'll need to transfer the registration and/or lodge a Notice of Disposal.
You can choose to cancel your vehicle's registration at any time.
Driving an unregistered vehicle is illegal and potentially dangerous. There are some limited circumstances in which you can drive an unregistered vehicle, or you can apply for an Unregistered Vehicle Permit.
Information about what you're required to display on your vehicle for identification and safety purposes.
Vehicles on NSW roads must meet minimum safety standards. Find out whether your vehicle requires a safety check and/or inspection.
Indicative costs for registering a vehicle in NSW, and information about concessions available to eligible people.