Complete the disposal notice on the current registration certificate and lodge it with the Registrar of Motor Vehicles at any Service SA customer service centre within 14 days of the sale.
When buying a vehicle you need to transfer the vehicle's registration within 14 days of purchasing the vehicle.
Both the buyer and seller must sign the current registration certificate and lodge the form at any Service SA customer service centre.
In certain circumstances, registration of a vehicle may be transferred between husband and wife or de facto couples without payment of stamp duty on the value of the vehicle being required. This only applies to vehicles that are currently registered.
You can transfer from either:
Both partners must complete a statutory declaration form 71CB.
The statutory declaration must be signed and witnessed by a Justice of the Peace.
Return the witnessed statutory declaration to a Service SA customer service centre with the following:
The requirement for transferring vehicle registration as part of settling a deceased estate will depend on whether the vehicle is in single or joint ownership and whether there is a will or executor.
For advice on what's required in your circumstances phone 13 10 84 or visit a Service SA customer service centre.