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    Default Transferring interstate rego's on cars?

    Just wondering if anyone has any info/experience on this.

    In the market for a new car, found a great one I really like which is based in Melbourne (I am in VIC too), but it's registration is Queensland. What is the process of transferring the registration into my name and to a victorian registration?

    Any info greatly appreciated, TIA.

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    Default Transferring interstate rego's on cars?

    We've only done it Victoria to WA so it may be different but you need to take the car over the pits for an inspection, hand in the out of state plates and they give you the new plates. The last car we did we also had to pay stamp duty.

    The Department of Transport & infrastructure normally have pretty informative websites so maybe check out your states site.

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    Default Transferring interstate rego's on cars?

    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    We've only done it Victoria to WA so it may be different but you need to take the car over the pits for an inspection, hand in the out of state plates and they give you the new plates. The last car we did we also had to pay stamp duty.

    The Department of Transport & infrastructure normally have pretty informative websites so maybe check out your states site.
    This. I work at the place who does the registrations in Tas and this is how it works here too. Inspection and hand in plates. You will likely need to pay stamp duty and make sure you get a receipt for the vehicle. I would def ring vicroads though just to be sure.

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    I did it in Nsw you have to pay the stamp duty (or whatever the fee is called)
    I also needed a blue slip.
    Then pay for plates along with handing in the old ones.

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    Awesome thanks, figured it would be something like that. Thanks for the replies!

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    I did a rego transfer from NSW to VIC. You need to get a Roadworthy Certificate, then ring VICRoads and make an appointment. At the appointment you will need to handover the QLD number plates and they will issue you with VIC number plates. Sorry can't remember the costs involved.

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    We bought a new car in SA... but in order to get SA plates we had to get an SA license. So bare that in mind as well


 

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