We have developed this glossary and FAQs section to ensure you are more informed and have access to key definitions that will help you understand registration and licensing conditions and terminology.
Note: being a registered operator does not prove ownership of the vehicle.
To become a registered operator you must provide full evidence of identity.
Once you become a registered operator you are responsible for:
You can change a garage address by submitting a Nomination of Garage Address (MR169) form at Service Tasmania.
Will be responsible for the vehicle registration (see responsibilities of registered operator above)
A vehicle can be registered in joint names when:
A nominated operator can be selected from either registered operator on these forms.
You can change the nominated operator of a vehicle at any time free of charge by:
If any of the joint registered operators is eligible for a concession they can receive concessional registration fees.
They do not have to be the nominated operator.
Is the maximum mass a vehicle can be when fully loaded
It may be specified by:
Proof of entitlement is evidence to show that you are entitled to become a registered operator of a vehicle.
The document you use must identify the last registered operator of the vehicle.
These may be:
For interstate registered vehicles establishing registration in Tasmania.
Motor vehicle dealers registering a vehicle under the type approval system do not need to provide proof of entitlement.