Registering a special mobility vehicle

Special mobility vehicles (SMV) that go faster than 10km/h must be registered before they can be driven on the road.

Take your SMV to get a safety inspection at an Authorised Unregistered Vehicle Inspection Station (AUVIS). If the vehicle is modified or non-standard, you may need a Compliance Certificate from a licensed certifier.

You can compare quotes online for compulsory third party (CTP) insurance.

After you've bought insurance, most insurance providers send us your policy details electronically.

When your vehicle has passed the AUVIS inspection and you have CTP insurance, visit a service centre to provide:

Renewing your registration

Renewal notices are sent out by mail a few weeks before your registration expires. When you get the renewal notice you can renew your registration online or in person at a service centre.

If your SMV is less than 5 years old, you may not need a safety inspection. See safety checks and vehicle inspections.

To renew you must have:

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