Transfer Registration Tasmania
Transfer Registration Tas
If you have moved to Tasmania from another state or territory in Australia, you must transfer registration to Tasmania within 3 months of living there. If not, your vehicle is unregistered, even if it is still registered in another state or territory. Find out how to transfer registration Tasmania.
To transfer registration, you must go in person to a Service Tasmania shop with required documents and interstate number plates. Find out cases when you must have your vehicle inspected first at an AIS (approved inspection station).
Finally, the checklist helps you smoothly transfer registration Tasmania.
|Checklist of documents|
|AIS report||If required|
|Evidence of identity||For example, birth certificate, passport, Medicare or credit card|
|Proof vehicle is garaged in Tasmania||For example, lease agreement or rate notice|
|Proof of entitlement to register||For example, interstate registration certificate or purchase receipt|
|Interstate plates||If you have them|
|Payment for fees||Registration, stamp duty, number plates|
To transfer your registration to Tas from another state or territory, you must cancel registration in the other state or territory.
Remember, this will cancel CTP insurance in all states except NSW. In NSW, you must first cancel registration and then take proof to your CTP insurer, who will cancel CTP.
Steps to transfer drivers licence
You can drive in Tas on an interstate or overseas drivers licence while you are a visitor. However, after 3 months of living in Tas, you must convert to a Tasmanian licence. Tasmania recognises all Australian driver licences, classes and conditions.
All you need to do is go in person to a Service Tasmania centre with your:
- Interstate or territory drivers licence
- Proof of identity, eg, birth certificate, passport, credit card
- Proof of residency, eg, contract of sale or lease agreement
- Fee payable.