Once NSW written-off light vehicles have been repaired, certified by a licensed repairer and inspected under the Authorised Unregistered Vehicle Inspection Scheme (AUVIS), they must then undergo a VIIU inspection before they can be re-registered.
Note: Interstate written-off light vehicles must have been re-registered in another state or territory following the write-off event, before they can be registered in NSW.
What you need
- your proof of identity
- your vehicle registration details
- an AUVIS report, including identity, design and safety checks (commonly known as a 'blue slip')
- the PDF form - 'Application for Registration'
- your method of payment.
In addition, for NSW written-off light vehicles:
- an Authorisation to Repair from TfNSW
- a Certificate of Compliance issued by a licensed repairer
- original detailed receipts for all repairs carried out on the vehicle.
How to book
- Download and complete Application for Registration – PDF.
- Visit a service centre with your payment and the required documentation.
- Arrange a time for the VIIU inspection (metropolitan areas) or the VIIU will contact you to arrange a time (regional areas).
- The Vehicle Identity & Inspections Unit (VIIU) carries out inspections of vehicles to confirm their identity.
- If you've been given authorisation by Transport for NSW to repair a written-off vehicle, the VIIU will carry out the final inspection of the vehicle, prior to your applying for registration.
Last updated: 11 October 2022