Fees and concessions

Light vehicle permit fees

A vehicle will need an exemption in the form of a light vehicle permit to operate in South Australia if it is up to 4.50 tonnes Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) and exceeds one or more of the following dimensions:

  • A single motor vehicle that is not greater than 12.5 metres long
  • A combination that is not greater than 19 metres long
  • A vehicle that is not greater than 2.5 metres wide
  • A vehicle that is not greater than 4.3 metres high.

The following table contains the fees for light vehicles permits.

Vehicle permit fees - light vehicles Fee
Permit application (issue or renewal) $78.00
Vehicle listing application  $51.00
Inspection of vehicle listing application $258.00
Complex assessment to verify specifications of vehicle listing application.

Costs may include: vehicle inspection at other than a DPTI site; route inspection or survey, bridge or culvert assessment, conditions applicable to the permit or costs of other actions as identified

A fee of the estimated reasonable costs of providing the assessment (to be advised and paid prior to the assessment)

Note: Vehicle listing and listing assessment fees apply to each vehicle, including each vehicle forming part of the combination. These fees are payable in addition to any other listed fee that may apply.

These fees are applicable from 1 July 2017.


Related information

On this site

Getting a light vehicle permit

Contact Vehicle Permits Team

Email

Phone

Phone: 1300 882 249 (Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm)

Fax: 8348 9551 or 8348 9556

Post

DPTI Vehicle Permits Team
PO Box 5942
Regency Park SA 5942


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Page last updated 10 January 2017

Provided by:
Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
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