If you have a conditional vehicle registration, you'll be sent a renewal reminder 4 to 6 weeks before renewal is due.

What you'll need

  • the registration renewal notice
  • your payment
  • one of the following PDF forms to prove the vehicle is suitable for safe use:
    • 'Historic Vehicle Declaration', or safety check inspection report, if the historic vehicles club is less than 2 years old 
    • 'Street Rod Declaration' and a safety inspection report
    • 'Declaration of Eligibility for a Registration Concession (Form 1193)' for primary producers' vehicles
    • 'Rally Vehicle Declaration'
    • 'Classic Vehicle Declaration'
    • 'Vehicle Suitable for Safe Use Declaration'.

How to renew

  1. Download and complete one of the following:
  2. Make sure you have your registration renewal notice.
  3. Make a payment and renew by either:
    • speaking to a Customer Service Representative on 13 77 88
      • you'll need a credit card for payment and access to a fax machine to forward copies of the relevant declaration.
    • posting your payment (cheque or credit card authority), registration renewal notice and relevant declaration to Service NSW, PO Box 21, Parkes NSW 2870
    • paying by cash, EFTPOS, credit card or cheque at your local service centre.


Who's eligible?

  • If you're not the registered operator or authorised representative, you'll only be provided with the registration label. The certificate of conditional registration will be sent to the postal address of the registered operator.

Things to keep in mind...

  • you can renew the registration for 3 or 12 months
  • CTP insurance is included in conditional registration – you don't need a separate green slip.