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How to check your car registration status
An online registration check shows the registration history of your car, or one you want to buy. It's free, and is a great way to keep on top of your vehicle’s registration — especially since we no longer have colourful stickers on our windscreens reminding us when to renew.
Check your vehicle registration status online
Each state and territory has their own website:
- New South Wales vehicle registration check
- Queensland vehicle registration check
- Victoria vehicle registration check
- South Australia vehicle registration check
- Western Australia vehicle registration check
- Tasmania vehicle registration check
- Australian Capital Territory vehicle registration check
- Northern Territory vehicle registration check
What information do I get from a registration check?
A registration check will generally provide you with the following details:
- Registration status and expiry.
- Make, model and body shape of the vehicle.
- Purpose of use (private or commercial).
- Inspection due date.
In some states you’ll also be shown your vehicle’s Compulsory Third Party insurer and policy expiry date.
Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance, also known in NSW as a Green Slip, covers your liability and the liability of anyone else who drives your vehicle, for injuries caused to others in a motor accident. It can also help you cover medical expenses, and offers up to six months of weekly payments for lost income if you’re injured in an accident that’s your fault.
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Insurance issued by AAI Limited ABN 48 005 297 807 trading as GIO. Consider the Product Disclosure Statement before buying this insurance. This advice has been prepared without taking into account your particular objectives, financial situations or needs, so you should consider whether it is appropriate for you before acting on it.