Transfer Rego NSW
Transfer registration to NSW
If you have moved to NSW and intend to stay longer than 3 months, you must transfer registration of your interstate vehicle to NSW. After 3 months, it is an offence to own a vehicle registered in another state but garaged in NSW. Find out how to transfer rego in NSW.
Steps to transfer rego NSW
For the first registration of your vehicle in NSW, you must go in person to a motor registry or Service NSW with the required documents. After that, you can renew registration of that vehicle by phone or online.
There are 3 steps to transfer rego to NSW:
- Get a safety and identity check of your vehicle (blue slip) from an authorised inspection station
- Buy CTP insurance (green slip) – compare prices
- Go in person to a motor registry or Service NSW with documents proving your identity, residential address in NSW and entitlement to register the vehicle.
The first registration must be for 12 months. After that, you can renew registration of the same vehicle for 6 months. Service NSW receives electronic copies of your blue and green slips, once they are paid for. You may need a hardcopy of your blue slip when you visit Service NSW to register your vehicle.
You must cancel registration in your previous state or territory. This will also cancel that state or territory’s CTP insurance on your vehicle.
Checklist to transfer rego to NSW
|Safety and identity check (blue slip)
|Get hardcopy from an authorised inspection station
|CTP insurance (green slip)
|Compare prices and purchase
|Application for registration form
|Proof of identity
|For example, birth certificate, passport, credit card, utility bill
|Proof of residential address in NSW
|For example, contract of sale or lease agreement
|Proof of entitlement to register
|For example, interstate certificate of registration or motor dealer sales contract
|Previous number plates
|Payment for all fees
|Registration, stamp duty, number plates
Steps to transfer drivers licence
You can drive in NSW on an interstate licence for only 3 months then you must transfer it. Go in person to a motor registry or Service NSW with:
- Your interstate or territory drivers licence
- Proof of identity, eg, birth certificate, passport, credit card
- Proof of your residential address, eg, contract of sale or lease agreement
- Licence application form.
There is no fee to transfer your drivers licence, unless expired or nearly expired.