From 1 July 2011 light vehicles, light trailers and motor bikes registered in South Australia can be registered for 3 or 12 months and will not be issued with a registration label.
How to renew your registration
There are six ways to renew a vehicle, trailer or motor bike registration.
You can renew your vehicle, trailer or motor bike registration
online at EzyReg by using MasterCard, Visa credit card or BPay view
You will need to enter the 9-digit payment number that appears at the top right hand side of your renewal notice. If you do not have the notice you will need to enter the following:
- your licence or client number
- number plate type and number - this information can be found on a previous renewal notice.
For assistance telephone 13 10 84 (8.00 am to 6.00 pm Monday to Friday).
2. Smartphone app
Manage your light vehicle, light trailer or motor bike registration with EzyReg mobile. Simply download the iPhone or Android app, then scan the barcode at the bottom of your renewal notice.
Phone 1300 361 021 and follow the prompts.
You will need to enter your 9-digit payment number that appears at the top right hand side of your renewal notice.
Return the completed renewal notice and the payment to the postal address printed on the front page or to a Service SA customer service centre.
You will need to provide payment by money order or cheque marked 'not negotiable' and made payable to Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure.
Make sure you answer the Input Tax Credit (ITC) entitlement question on the front of the renewal notice before sending.
5. Service SA customer service centre
Lodge the completed renewal notice at a Service SA customer service centre.
You can pay by cash, cheque, debit card, MasterCard, Visa, money order or a travellers cheque in Australian currency.
6. Post office
If the registration has not expired and there are no changes required, you can lodge the completed renewal notice at any Australia Post outlet unless otherwise stated on the notice.
You can pay by cash, cheque, money order, debit or credit card.
Make sure you answer the Input Tax Credit (ITC) entitlement question on the front of the renewal notice.
Answering the Input Tax Credit (ITC) entitlement question
When you renew your registration, you must declare any Input Tax Credit (ITC) entitlement.
Generally, to be able to claim this, the vehicle owner would be:
- registered for GST with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) (or be required to be registered)
- using the vehicle for business purposes.
More information is available from the Australian Tax Office.
If you are claiming a concession you will need to present your concession card so that it can be verified. If the concession details are confirmed, a reduced fee may apply.
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