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Payment and Registration Options

Payment options

Service Tasmania shops are located throughout Tasmania and accept all payments for registration and licensing fees.

Electronic Registration renewals (BPAY View)

Registering for BPAY View means registration renewal notices are sent electronically to your internet banking allowing you the flexibility to organise how and when you pay.

Direct Debit

Direct Debit is a convenient way to pay your vehicle registration, allowing you to "set and forget" your registration payments.

Abolition of Registration Labels - Light Vehicles

From the 1st September 2012, light vehicles will no longer need to display a registration label.

Periodic Registration - Light Vehicles

Periodic registration allows you to register your vehicle for a set period less than 12 months.

Periodic and Seasonal Registration - Heavy Vehicles

Periodic and seasonal registration is available for only certain heavy vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) over 4.5 tonnes. 

Unregistered Vehicle Permit (Short Term)

An Unregistered Vehicle Permit (UVP) allows you to drive an unregistered vehicle.  It is not registration.  Your vehicle must be in roadworthy condition.

Temporary Upgrade Permit

A temporary upgrade permit enables the registration of these vehicles to be upgraded to tow a heavy trailer for a short period of time. 

New Vehicles not previously registered (less than two years old)

Vehicles registered using this procedure must be less than two years old factory new and have never been registered before 

Older Vehicles not previously registered (more than two years old)

Vehicles which have never been registered previously, are registered through a reissue of registration process, provided they are not less than two years old and factory new. 

Common Expiry Date

Registered Operators (Companies or Incorporated Associations) can have the registration of their vehicles expiring on the same day (common expiry date) provided they have 4 or more vehicles registered in the same name.