Rego confusion

Last post 06-18-2015 08:41 AM by pommy paul. 3 replies.
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  • 06-15-2015 08:06 PM

    Rego confusion

    Can't find this scenario on the Qld transport Web site.

    I want to buy a nsw bike (cockroach) and it's registered. I want to bring it to Qld and register it here in my name.

    How the heck does it all work???

    Any ideas?

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  • 06-15-2015 08:46 PM In reply to

    Re: Rego confusion

    Found this which was basically the same as what i did when i moved up to QLD (Home Hill) for a couple of years

    If your vehicle is currently registered in another state or territory and the number plate/s are attached, you have 14 days to register your vehicle in Queensland and may be fined if you don’t. This will allow you time to get a safety certificate and then register your vehicle at a transport and motoring customer service centre. If you live in a rural area you can visit a QGAP officeMagistrates Court or local police station that provides vehicle registration services—please call to confirm before visiting.

  • 06-15-2015 09:36 PM In reply to

    Re: Rego confusion

    Sounds like you can ride it home and get it all fixed up when you get back. I got a bike from NSW to VIC, but it didn't have a current rego, so I didn't have time constraints, but it needed a Roadworthy and it needed to be inspected by Vicroads before they'd give me Vic rego for it.

    4 years and 20,000 K's later, I'm still scootering, and you guys are stuck with me!
  • 06-18-2015 08:41 AM In reply to

    Re: Rego confusion

    You can legally ride it home but you have 14 days to do a QLD rwc and transfer into your name

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