by: Bruce Gow http://www.insurancehq.com.au
You need to establish NSW car registration for:
A new vehicle purchased in NSW.
A new vehicle purchased interstate.
A second hand vehicle currently or previously registered interstate.
A second hand vehicle with cancelled NSW registration or NSW registration that expired more than three months ago.
What you need to pay:
Stamp duty if applicable (RTA customers seeking pensioner or other concessions see related link above right to concessions)
Number plate fee (see Number plate price list)
Inspection Report (blue slip) (See Vehicle Inspectors Bulletin 18 - New inspection fees for Authorised Inspection Stations - commencing 1 December 2005)
Vehicle Identification Inspection fees (if your vehicle requires an additional inspection)
Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance premium (green slip) (not required for trailers). The Motor Accidents Authority provides a comprehensive price comparison of CTP insurance policies. See Roadworthiness and insurance.
Using the internet instead is a much easier and quicker way of getting your new car insurance quote.
For more information regarding car registrations and other topics on cars and transportation, visit http://www.insurancehq.com.au