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    Question How to pay rego in installments over the year?QLD

    Hi guys.. Ive heard of ppl being able to make small regular payments over the year on bills like electricity etc etc.. can we do that here in QLD for car rego?? I cant find it anywhere on the QLD transport website and would like to avoid a huge bill in December when its due. Same goes for our insurance with AAMI.. do they do it to? Its due in January

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    Nope, you cant pay Rego (to Qld Trasport) weekly, they only accept the 6 or 12 monthly amount. All you could do is put the weekly amount into a seperate account, dont touch it, and then it will be there when the bill comes in.

    AMMI you can pay your policy monthly

    ETA - if u do pay AMMI monthly, you end up paying extra over the year iykwim
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    I thought i read somewhere there was a card to pay off your rego?

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    I rang up and you can't pay it off slowly.

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    Nope. But we (try) to put the money aside in a separate account, so that the total will be there by the time the bill rolls around.

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    Yes you can pay it off through the year! Go into your Australia Post store and they have a payment scheme. You link up your vehicle or vehicles to the card and can pay it off through the year. Minimum payment is $40.00.

    Hope that helps

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    And yes that is in QLD

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    Does this require going to the post office every time to make a payment? If so.. I think I'll just pay it in December in a lump sum.. going to the post office is like pulling teeth! (or hair LOL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Does this require going to the post office every time to make a payment? If so.. I think I'll just pay it in December in a lump sum.. going to the post office is like pulling teeth! (or hair LOL)

    Yes , you have to go to the post office to make the payment. I do this for both cars. And you have to make a minimum payment of $40 each time so i go once a month and put $40 on each car - it doesn't always pay it all off but it makes the bill less of a burden


 

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