This page lists all the online transactions services available relating to Tasmanian vehicle registration.
A student is eligible for a Student Bus Pass up to and including the school year in which they turn 18 and attends full-time classes.
This is a chance for you to test your knowledge of the road rules. You can choose to do a car or motorcycle test. Please note this is a practice test only.
Provides assistance on the accreditation and licensing requirements of transport operator accreditation, vehicle sizes, ancillary certificates and vehicle inspection programs.
Information and guidelines on different types of licences.
Information on how to get a driver's licence in Tasmania. Includes Cars, Motorbikes, Heavy Vehicles and Taxis.
If your licence is due for renewal, you have misplaced it, it has been stolen or you simply have to update information on it, this section includes what you need to do.
If you are a new permanent resident of Tasmania (fixed address) you will need to make arrangements with us to get a Tasmanian licence.
Information on disqualifications, restricted or probationary licences, how to get your licence back and good behaviour periods.
Information on what exemptions are available (if any) for Learner Drivers, Heavy Vehicles Drives, Seatbelts, Helmets and Tractors.
General information on having a registered vehicle in Tasmania.
Information on our various payment options (including direct debit) and our registration options such as periodic, seasonal and short term.
Information on buying, selling, renewing and cancelling your vehicle registration in Tasmania.
Information on exemptions and rebates plus any concessions and discounts that is available.
Information on new, replacements, duplicates, personalised and trade plates.
Conditional registration is issued to vehicles which do not comply with relevant vehicle standards or for any other reasons require conditions.
Information on the Dealer Registration Scheme. The Scheme enables dealers to issue registration certificates, plates and labels where authorised to do so.
Information on where to go for mechanically based vehicle inspections and for structurally based vehicle inspections.
Information on vehicle specifications and modifications.
Information on Safety, Licensing, Registration, Defect Notices and the Performance Based Standards (PBS) Scheme.
Australia now has a single national law for heavy vehicles - the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).
Links to Bus service providers in Tasmania.
Information and forms for student bus travel, Conveyance Allowance, bus operators and the community.
Information about taxis, luxury hire cars and restricted hire vehicles for passengers, drivers, operators and other industry participants.
Information about cycling and walking policy and projects, including resources for cyclists.
Information and application forms for Aged Pension Air Travel, the Transport Access Scheme and the Vision Impaired Travel Pass.
Information and forms for Bus and Taxi Operators.
Information about policy and projects which are being developed to improve and support the passenger transport system.
The State road network primarily consists of roads that provide connectivity between cities, major towns, rural catchments and key port and air transport hubs.
Information on current and planned projects on the State Road Network.
Information on roadside tourism signs, the Tasmania roadside signs manual and electronic billboards.
Information about plans and strategies projects which are being developed to improve the state road network and promote better transport outcomes for Tasmania.
It is important to maintain the safety and efficiency of the State road network. If you want to undertake activity that may impact on a State road, you need a permit.
Information on road and bridge specifications, road hazard management and procurement activities.
As part of the safe systems approach to road safety we support and encourage the use of advanced vehicle technologies and safety features that help to prevent...
As part of the safe systems approach to road safety we seek to facilitate the learning and development of safer drivers on our roads. Safer people have the capacity...
As part of the safe systems approach to road safety we seek to create safer roads and roadsides that are more forgiving of human error.
As part of the safe systems approach to road safety we seek to set speed limits on our roads that are appropriate for the conditions and road environment.
The Tasmanian Government and the Road Safety Advisory Council are committed to working towards the elimination of fatalities and serious injuries caused by road...
Information on road crash statistics for the previous calendar year, including quarterly updates and presents road crash statistic trends for the last five years.
RSAC makes recommendations to Government about road safety policy, community, school-based and public education programs, expenditure...
Smart Stop is a Tasmanian State Government Initiative aimed at protecting children on the way to and from school.
Current vehicle registration fees as of the 1st July 2014.
Registration forms for vehicles within Tasmania.
Licensing forms for drivers within Tasmania.
Forms relating to accreditation, luxury hire cars, taxi licences, loading zones and passenger transport operator forms.