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Rego Check NSW. In 2015, there were 261 fatalities on New South Wales roads. That says nothing of the total number of accidents — in fact, NSW has the highest accident rate in the whole country.
Our rego check reports provide detailed vehicle history, complete record set from government sources with write-offs, thefts, financial obligations with contact details, vehicle details, registration status, and official PPSR certificate.
Did you know? You can check a vehicle's registration details via the Transport Department where the vehicle has been registered. For vehicle registration checks in New South Wales, visit the NSW department website to perform your registration check.
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All vehicles, including trailers, caravans and motorcycles, which are driven or towed on NSW roads, must be registered.
A NT rego check and PPSR report are essential components of buying a car in a smart way, letting you rest easy knowing there are no nasty surprises around the corner.
Performing a PPSR (formerly REVS) check can tell you if the used car you are buying has any money owing on it.
The NSW Government is reducing the cost of living for frequent toll users with the introduction of Toll Relief. Toll Relief provides free vehicle registration for frequent toll users who spend on average $25 per week or more in tolls, or $1300 over the year.
Renew your registration. It is easy to renew your rego online. Safety checks are sent to Roads and Maritime Services electronically and most new vehicles will not need an inspection until they are over five years old.