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If your vehicle's NSW registration has expired but it's within 3 months of the expiry date, you're still able to renew the registration. The vehicle will be registered from the day you make the renewal payment, but there'll be no extension of the expiry date.

If the registration expired more than 3 months ago, you'll need to re-register the vehicle.

Note: If an unregistered vehicle is parked on a road or road-related area and the registration is more than 15 days overdue, the Police can seize the number plates. If this occurs, the vehicle will need to be re-registered.

What you need

  • the PDF form – 'Application for Registration'
  • your proof of identity
  • your business or organisation details (if applicable)
  • Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance
  • an Authorised Unregistered Vehicle Inspection Report (blue slip)
  • your payment
  • the number plates, if available.

How to apply

  1. Download and complete the Application for Registration – PDF.
  2. Gather all the required documentation and your number plates.
  3. Submit your application with payment at a service centre.

More information

You'll receive new number plates when the vehicle is re-registered.

Payment methods

You can review transaction payment options on our payment methods page.