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Pay registration online

You can renew your vehicle or boat registration online and pay with your Visa or MasterCard—credit or debit card payments will incur a surcharge.

To avoid a late fee, make sure you pay on or before the due date listed on your registration notice.

It's important that your registration remains current as it's an offence to drive an unregistered vehicle.

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

Pay registration online

Our services may sometimes be unavailable because of scheduled maintenance.

You can renew your registration online:

Change your registration details online and pay later

If your registration is current and you have received your registration notice, you can change your registration details online, such as CTP insurance, and then pay the renewal later.

Once you have made the changes using this service, a new payment reference number will display on the screen. This new payment reference number must be used to make your registration payment when you pay your registration online or with BPAY.

You can also change your registration details online if your registration has expired or your registration is not yet due. However, the updated details will not take effect until your next registration period, and will appear on your next registration notice.

Changes to Compulsory Third Party Insurance

Find out about the National Injury Insurance Scheme Queensland, a lifetime care and support protection which started 1 July 2016.

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
11 December 2017
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