buying interstate no rego

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BigDutchy
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buying interstate no rego

Unread post by BigDutchy » November 16th, 2016, 8:26 pm

Hello

If I would buy an unregistered car in NSW and would want to drive it to QLD I would need a permit.
Do I buy a permit (and where) in NSW or do I buy a permit in QLD?

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Re: buying interstate no rego

Unread post by stockhorse » November 16th, 2016, 8:31 pm

You have to get nsw road worthy and permit from nsw.(NSW main roads). Then when you want to register it in qld need a qld rwc.(should have a permit from qld main roads for travel in qld)
Depends where it is it is often cheaper to truck it up.

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Re: buying interstate no rego

Unread post by BigDutchy » November 16th, 2016, 8:42 pm

It's in Sydney.
You might be right.
Tickets $250 (wanted to take my son)
Diesel $150 (not sure I am guessing)
Permits $ 250 ( that's a wild guess)
Beer $ 200 ( not sure why beer but I will find a reason.....)

I'll get a quote on trucking it up

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Re: buying interstate no rego

Unread post by hoyks » November 17th, 2016, 5:27 pm

You only need the NSW one and it is recognized in QLD
Unregistered Vehicle Permit (UVP)

An Unregistered Vehicle Permit (UVP) allows you to drive or ride an unregistered vehicle on the road network for a specific journey.

Permits are valid for up to 28 days, and allow for a:

Single journey from A to B
Return journey from A to B to A
Number of defined trips to be completed within 28 days, for example from A to B to C to D
Specific purpose over a number of days, up to a maximum of 28. For example, for harvesting during a defined period.

Unregistered Vehicle Permits provide limited access to the road network. They are not intended to cover the regular use of a vehicle on a road or road-related area.
Interstate recognition

Permits issued in NSW are valid in all states and territories. NSW recognises permits issued in all other jurisdictions provided the vehicle is operated in accordance with the conditions of the home jurisdiction.

A permit may be issued for a vehicle starting its journey in another jurisdiction and travelling to NSW. A permit must not be issued where the journey is entirely within another jurisdiction.
http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/roads/registr ... tered.html
Unregistered Vehicle Permits

(effective 1 July 2016)

Permit fee: $22

Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance: Varies depending on vehicle shape, usage and area of operation. Phone 13 22 13 for information.
$22, couldn't buy a carton for that!

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