COVID-19 update for NSW roads and waterway users
The latest updates on how travel, driver programs and services, and boating are affected by COVID-19 restrictions.
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Rural and regional travel is now permitted, but social distancing rules and hygiene recommendations remain in place. Here’s what you need to know.
Transport for NSW considers these services to be important public services that customers may still lawfully access.
Transactions affected by current health orders include driver and rider testing, interpreter services, licensing fee waivers and number plates. See Service NSW for more details.
We understand the critical role transporting freight is playing as the state deals with the COVID-19 outbreak. Here’s what you need to know to enable this to continue.
See what steps are being taken by Transport industry partners across construction sites and workplaces to reduce the risks associated with the coronavirus outbreak.
If you need a safety inspection (pink slip) to register your vehicle, you may still leave your home to take your vehicle to an Authorised Inspection Station. Check our COVID-19 advice on renewing.
If you need to visit a service centre to renew your licence, requirements may have changed. Online licence renewal has not been affected. Check you have the most up-to-date info.
From 1 July 2020, driver testing across NSW will recommence for all customers after being postponed for three months due to COVID-19.
Driver Knowledge Tests (DKTs), booked appointments and other transactions have temporarily changed to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Check how this might affect you.
To help minimise face-to-face contact, people with mobility disability can now apply for and renew parking concessions online. See Service NSW for details.