How can I contact VicRoads?
011 61 3 8391 3216
Do I need a permit to drive to VicRoads?
The applicant is required to provide proof (e.g. Entry Visa) that the vehicle is visiting Victoria temporarily. To get a permit for an unregistered overseas vehicle visit a VicRoads Customer Service Centre with the vehicle details and documents. If the overseas registration is current, a permit is not necessary.
What is myVicRoads?
Open a myVicRoads account The quickest and easiest way to view your vehicle information, update your registration period, change your personal details and manage registration payments and reminders is through a myVicRoads account.
Can I drive unregistered car to VicRoads?
In NSW, the NT, Vic, Tas, WA, and QLD you are allowed to drive an unregistered vehicle if it is for the purpose of getting it registered. This lets you drive it to a workshop to get a safety check (pink slip) or have inspection required to attain your rego.
How long can a car be unregistered in Vic?
Twenty-eight days. If more time is needed, you will need to apply for another UVP.
Can you register a car without a Licence in Victoria?
The same goes for Queensland, Victoria and South Australia where you are not required to hold a driver’s licence to buy a car or even transfer the registration, but you must supply proof of identity.
Can I drive on the day my Rego expires Vic?
No, you can’t. It doesn’t matter if it’s a car, motorcycle or trailer, it needs to be registered if it’s on the road. The same fine you receive for driving when your rego has expired applies if you leave your vehicle parked on the road unregistered.
Does the VicRoads app track you?
Well, VicRoads have now released an app that allows both the learner and the supervisor to have that app, possibly even on the same device (both Android and iOS) on their phone and it actually tracks the drive fully GPS tracked so that there’s no ifs, buts or maybes about whether the drive was done and then at the end …
How do you get your L’s?
To get your learner licence, you must:
- be at least 16 years of age.
- pass the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT)
- prove your identity.
- pass an eyesight test.
- pay the licence and test fees, unless you’re eligible for a concession.