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Pay registration by mail

You can pay your registration renewal by mail with a cheque or money order made out to the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

Heavy vehicle registration renewals may need a certificate of inspection, your registration notice will show if this is needed. Some payment options cannot be used if an inspection certificate is needed.

Make sure you allow at least 2 business days if you post your application in Queensland, and at least 4 business days if it is posted interstate.

Your application will be date-stamped when we receive it by post. If we receive it after the registration expiry date, you will be charged a late fee. Your current due date may be adjusted to reflect the late fee.

It is an offence to drive an unregistered vehicle.

Send your payment with the payment slip section of the registration notice to:

Department of Transport and Main Roads
PO Box 2211

Check your rego

Check your vehicle's registration online using the registration number. You can use this service to see the expiry of your registration.

Registration concession

There are registration concessions available for eligible applicants.

Last updated
31 July 2015
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