How do I renew my car registration NZ?
- Renew your vehicle licence (rego)
- Update your address and contact details.
- Put your vehicle licence (rego) on hold.
- Pay vehicle licence invoice.
- Let us know you’ve sold a vehicle.
- Let us know you’ve bought a vehicle.
- Check your vehicle expiry date (rego and inspection)
How do I contact NZ Transport Agency?
Callers will be referred to a new number – 0800 4 Highways (0800 44 44 49). A range of information is also available on the NZ Transport Agency website www.nzta.govt.nz .
How do I register my car in New Zealand?
There are four steps to follow to register your vehicle if it isn’t registered now, but it has been registered in New Zealand before.
- Step 1: Go to an entry certifier. Take the vehicle to an entry certifier.
- Step 2: Inspect and certify. The entry certifier will:
- Step 3: Register and license.
- Step 4: Get back on the road.
Can you get Rego without a WoF?
Do I need a current Warrant of Fitness to get my registration? Yes, you need to have a current WoF to be able to renew your vehicle registration, so if your WoF is expired you need to get this renewed first before renewing your vehicle licence.
How long does it take for a Rego to come in the mail?
It should arrive in the post within seven working days. If you’ve renewed online and your licence label hasn’t arrived within ten working days, please call us on 0800 108 809.
Can I register my car without a WoF?
How long can a car go without a WoF?
The 28 days do NOT allow a person to continue using the vehicle for a purpose other than for bringing the vehicle into compliance. Where a vehicle still has a current WoF/CoF when it is failed, it must be brought up to compliance before it can again be operated for other purposes up to the date the WoF/CoF expires.
How much does it cost to change car ownership NZ?
|Common vehicle transactions||Administration fee|
|Change of registered person (let us know you’ve bought a vehicle) (MR13B)||$9.00|
|Registration (MR2A and MR2B)||$7.39|
|Cancellation of registration (MR15)||$9.10|
|Replacement certificate of registration (MR3)||$9.10|
How do I Register my vehicle in NZ?
You can register your vehicle at one of our agents. A VIN is a unique 17-character number that identifies your vehicle. Registration should be cancelled if a motor vehicle has reached the end of its life or is unable to be used on New Zealand roads.
What is the registration process for a vehicle?
As part of the registration process, the vehicle will be: licensed (if applicable). If the vehicle meets the standards during certification, the certifier will print a registration application form (MR2A) for the vehicle. Take the MR2A and your identification to the registration agent.
Do you need a license plate to drive a car in NZ?
Cars, vans, motorcycles, mopeds and trucks need to be registered and issued number plates to be legally driven on our roads. All cars and vans go through an inspection and registration process where they get a licence label and registration (number) plates. This usually happens once when the vehicle first enters New Zealand.
Where do I get my vehicle registered?
Where to get your vehicle registered. Find a registration agent near you. What you’ll need to bring. If the vehicle meets the standards during certification, the certifier will print a registration application form (MR2A) for the vehicle. Take the MR2A and your identification to the registration agent. See a list of acceptable ID