If you have a vehicle currently registered in NSW and your registration certificate has been lost, stolen or destroyed, you can replace it online. The replacement certificate will be posted to you within 7 days, so if you need it sooner, visit a service centre and complete the transaction in person.
The registered operator of the vehicle.
What you need
- your NSW driver licence details
- the vehicle details
- your payment
- a completed Replacement Application – PDF (only if you're visiting a service centre).
How to replace
- Select the 'Replace online' button.
- Log in, or create your MyServiceNSW Account, or continue as a guest. Enter your NSW driver licence details if you're creating a MyServiceNSW Account.
- Choose whether your registration product was lost, stolen or destroyed.
- Choose the vehicle that needs the replacement product, or enter its NSW plate number.
- Check and confirm your replacement order details.
- Enter your payment details (if applicable).
- Once your payment has been processed (if applicable), you'll be issued with a transaction receipt.
- Your replacement registration product will be mailed to the address on record with Transport for NSW (TfNSW).
- Most light vehicles, like cars and motorbikes, don't need to display a current registration label. Vehicles issued with an unregistered vehicle permit must still display a label. Visit Number plates and labels at the TfNSW website to learn more.
- Ordering replacement registration documents doesn't renew your rego or extend its expiry date. If your registration is due to expire within 6 weeks, consider renewing it rather than ordering a replacement.
Last updated: 24 February 2021