You will need to provide:
Download and complete a MR1 Application for registration and third party insurance 160.6 KB.
You may need to complete and submit a MR80 vehicle supplementary details form 817.9 KB if you are applying to register or modify:
Return the completed application to a Service SA customer service centre.
If you live more than 100 kilometres from a Service SA customer service centre you can lodge and pay for the initial registration at your nearest police station. Residents of Ceduna, Coober Pedy and Kingscote can go to Australia Post.
The fee to register your vehicle, trailer or motor bike can be calculated by using the EzyReg general fee enquiry.
After you pay the fee a registration details certificate will be issued to you or sent in the mail.
Traffic cameras can detect unregistered vehicles, trailers or motor bikes to ensure that everyone contributes towards ongoing road maintenance and upgrades that are funded by registration fees and has compulsory third party insurance.
Fines for unregistered and uninsured vehicles, trailers and motor bikes apply. Make sure you are not caught out:
The question 'are you of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander origin' is a routine question that Service SA staff ask you when register a vehicle in your name for the first time.
Your answer is used for road safety statistical analysis only and is not disclosed to any other authorities.
MR1492 Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin? 525.9 KB
Renewing vehicle, trailer or motor bike registration
Applying for seasonal vehicle registration
Short-term unregistered vehicle permit
Registering an interstate vehicle
Historic and left-hand drive vehicles