Free rego for frequent Sydney toll road users

Published 20th November, 2017 in Transport

Spend more than $25 a week on tolls over 12 months and you could be eligible for free vehicle registration.

Sydney freeway

From 1 July 2018, owners of standard cars, utes, four-wheel drives and motorcycles who have spent more than $25 a week on tolls over the last 12 months will save on registration costs for that vehicle.

The scheme will apply to private drivers who regularly use e-toll on the M2, M4, M7, the Eastern Distributor, the Cross City tunnel, the Lane Cove tunnel, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Harbour tunnel and NorthConnex. Drivers who use the M5 will continue to have access to the cashback scheme.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said toll relief was part of the NSW Government's commitment to tackle cost-of-living pressures.

“The NSW Government has made it a priority to drive down the cost of owning a vehicle with big savings being delivered through reforms to CTP Green Slips and the introduction of a FuelCheck app,” Ms Berejiklian said.

Private motor vehicles weighing more than 2795kg, such as trucks, are not included in the scheme.

Registration savings for eligible motorists

VehiclesSavings

Cars up to 975kg
such as Hyundai Eon, Citroen C1, Renault Twingo

$272

Cars 976kg - 1154kg
such as Ford Fiesta, Mazda 2, VW Polo, Toyota Yaris

$305

Cars 1155kg - 1504kg
such as Mazda 3, Hyundai i30, Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, VW Golf

$358

Cars 1505kg - 2504kg
such as Toyota Camry, Toyota Hilux, Hyndai Tucson, Holden Commodore, Mazda CX3, Ford Ranger

$513

Cars 2505kg - 2794kg
such as Toyota Land Cruiser, Nissan Patrol

$715
Motorcycles $127
Published 20th November, 2017 in Transport