Transport, travel and driving
Vehicles and registration
In most cases, vehicles need to have a valid registration to be driven on NSW roads and display a current registration label and RTA issued number plates.
You can renew your registration online in three easy steps at myRTA.com.
If you have a drivers licence and are moving house, you'll need to notify the newly named Roads and Maritime Services of your new address.
CTP insurance is compulsory, and must be taken out when registering a motor vehicle. Use the ‘Green Slip Calculator' for a quick and easy CTP quote comparison.
Things you need to know about buying and selling a vehicle.
The Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) gives car buyers consistent information on occupant protection provided by vehicles in serious front and side crashes.
This online history check will provide information on how many owners the vehicle has had, whether it has ever been written off or been stolen, as well as checking the registration. There is a small fee involved.
The Personal Property Securities (PPS) Register is an online register of all personal property that has security interests registered against it. This website is the gateway to the PPS Register.
Details on the types of recreational vessels requiring registration to be used on NSW waters.
Special Plates are a fun and unique way to set you apart from the crowd. Visit myPlates to design new plates or restyle your current plates.
If you notice a vehicle emitting exhaust smoke for more than 10 seconds, you can submit the details to Department of Environment and Climate Change.
Information for consumers about adulterated fuel, prices and water in petrol.
Roads and Maritime Services, along with other agencies, has done extensive research to improve vehicle emissions, and has developed and implemented a range of initiatives to reduce the impact of vehicle emissions on the air quality in NSW.
Eligible pensioners can be exempt from licensing and testing fees.