Vehicle types and specifications

Emergency response vehicle

An emergency response vehicle conditional registration is available for vehicles that are specially constructed for emergency response situations (and are owned by an approved organisation).

An emergency response vehicle is defined as an ambulance, fire fighting vehicle, or rescue vehicle within the Motor Vehicles Regulations 2010.

How to register an emergency response vehicle

To register an emergency response vehicle:

  1. complete the MR1 application for registration and third party insurance form
  2. complete the MR25C conditional registration - emergency response vehicle application form
  3. submit the two completed applications at any Service SA Centre.

If the vehicle's unladen mass is 2000 kilograms or greater, or the gross vehicle mass exceeds 4500 kilograms, you will also need to complete an MR80 vehicle supplementary details form (378.5 KB PDF).


Related information

Contact

Service SA customer service centre
Phone:13 10 84.


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Page last updated 30 November 2016

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