EzyReg

Create an EzyReg Account

An EzyReg account lets you complete transactions that require extra confidentiality and security.

What you can do

You need an account for these transactions:

  • check demerit points and licence status
  • set up monthly direct debit payments for light vehicle registration
  • purchase a report of your driver licence and traffic infringement history for the last ten years
  • complete a medical self assessment
  • set up and manage a common expiry date
  • apply for and obtain an unregistered vehicle permit
  • request a replacement disability parking permit.

Some standard EzyReg transactions can also be performed through the account:

  • renew registration
  • renew a disability parking permit.

Who can apply

South Australian licence or learner's permit holders or anyone with a registered vehicle can apply for an EzyReg account.

You can only sign up for direct debit if:

  • you have a light vehicle (vehicles and trailers with a gross vehicle mass of 4.5 tonnes or less)
  • your registration renewal date is more than one month away
  • you are 18 or older.

Before you begin

To apply

You'll need:

  • an email address
  • your driver's licence or client number.

To activate the account

You'll need:

  • the payment number from a registration renewal reminder notice (phone Service SA on 13 10 84 if you don't have this)
  • your driver's licence or learner's permit card.

If you don't have these, you can still apply but you'll need to wait for a confirmation code to arrive in the post before you can activate the account.


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Page last updated 30 November 2016

Provided by:
Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
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Last Updated:
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