Your registration renewal notice will tell you the date registration is due for your taxi. It will also tell you if there are any special requirements before registration can be granted.
All taxis need a safety inspection once a year, regardless of the age of the vehicle.
You can renew for a 6- or 12-month term if a valid compulsory third party (CTP) insurance has been obtained for the same term.
You can renew your taxi registration online or by visiting a Service NSW Centre.
What you need
If applying online, you’ll need your:
- vehicle's plate number or the billing number (available on your paper or digital renewal notice and digital Certificate of Registration)
- compulsory third party (CTP) insurance policy, commonly called a green slip
- safety inspection report, commonly called a pink slip
- payment (if applicable).
If applying at a service centre, you’ll need:
How to renew
- Select the 'Renew online' button.
- Follow the prompts to renew a taxi registration.
- Keep a copy of the receipt for your records.
Note: If you choose to pay with BPAY, keep in mind that it takes 2 or 3 business days to process, and the registration will not be renewed until Transport for NSW receives the full payment.
- Inspection reports for light vehicles are only valid for 6 months from the date of issue. They must be used to renew a registration within those 6 months.
- Most insurers will send your CTP information electronically to Transport for NSW.