When you buy a new vehicle, the dealer can organise the registration forms, arrange CTP insurance and register the vehicle on your behalf.
To register a used vehicle that's not currently registered in NSW you must get an inspection, CTP insurance and visit a service centre in person.
You can apply for registration of historic vehicles 30 years of age or older under the Historic Vehicle Scheme (HVS). This includes ordinary passenger cars, utilities, light commercial, buses and Special Purpose Vehicles.
Classic vehicles are 30 years of age or older that have certain modifications not permitted under the Historic vehicle scheme (HVS). Find out how to apply for registration.
You can apply for either general or conditional registration for your street rod or replica street rod. Find out which one is best for you.
Find out how much electric vehicles cost to buy and run, how to register them and where to find charging stations in NSW.
Special mobility vehicles (SMV) that go faster than 10km/h must be registered before they can be driven on the road.