Quickly and easily pay your rego
What you can do
You can renew your Victorian registration for 12 months on a:
If you've already signed up for short-term registration with VicRoads, you can pay your 3- or 6- month rego easily with us now.
What you can’t do here
How to pay
You can pay using Visa or Mastercard. A 0.54% fee applies.
Credit card fees
VicRoads applies this fee to recover the cost that Visa and Mastercard charge. If you don't want to pay this fee in future then you can:
- set up a direct debit, after signing up for a myVicRoads
- visit a VicRoads customer service or Australia Post, or
- BPAY with the details on your renewal notice.
How much will my registration cost?
The cost of your rego depends on what you are registering —car, motorcycle, caravan, trailer, truck or boat. See how much your rego will .
Can I pay for a shorter registration period? 3 or 6 months, for example?
You can’t do this through Service Victoria yet. But you’ll be able to in future.
Once you set up short-term registration with VicRoads, you can still pay here.
To pay for 3 or 6 months now, go to .
I didn’t get the concession taken off my renewal. How do I fix this?
If you were eligible for a concession and didn’t get it, check VicRoads’ concession to find out what to do.
How do I check a vehicle or vessel’s registration?
It’s free to check a vehicle’s registration.
Visit the Personal Property Securities to see if a vehicle or vessel is:
- Written off
- Registered in another state
- Has an outstanding debt.
Do I need to carry my receipt with me to prove I paid?
You don’t have to, but it’s a good idea to keep a copy of your receipt on you for a few days.
VicRoads update your records as soon as you pay. But it can take up to 72 hours to process.
How do the police know I’ve registered my vehicle if there's no sticker?
Police use Automated Number Plate Recognition technology to scan traffic.
They have access to VicRoads systems to check vehicle registration.
What’s the fine if a person drives an unregistered vehicle?
If anyone drives an unregistered vehicle you own on public roads, police may fine you up to $1427.
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