Below you will find answers to the frequently asked qustions by our customers
Sticker registration labels ended on January 1st, 2013 in NSW, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania. Sticker registration was also abolished as of October, 2014 in Queensland. In these states when you register your vehicle the authorities will no longer provide you with a registration sticker to display.
You are able to display a reminder sticker, But motor authorities do not provide them. This is where Rego Label Reminder can help. You can order your own reminder sticker [here].
Absolutely, It’s as important as ever. If you don’t know when your vehicle becomes unregistered you not only face heavy fines but you could be personally liable for an accident if it were to occur.
The police now use automatic number plate recognition to detect if vehicles are unregistered. They are active at all times and alert the police immediately if a vehicle is unregistered.
There are heavy penalties for using an unregistered or uninsured vehicle in NSW. A vehicle becomes unregistered when the registration is not renewed by the expiry date or when the registration is cancelled or suspended. When a vehicle is unregistered, Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance is usually not valid. This means that the vehicle may also be uninsured., check here for fines that might apply for road users in NSW.
If you drive someone else’s vehicle it’s your responsibility to make sure it’s properly registered. Get a reminder sticker for the car on their behalf.