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Driving an unregistered car

By Solidarity 21 June 2012 27

Hi RiotACT,

I need to take my new car for an inspection so I can get registration, it’s a Toyota Landcruiser.

Unfortunantly I need to drive it to a workshop to get it checked out to make sure it’s roadworthy, as it’s over 6 years old.

Do you require an unregistered vehicle permit to drive a car to a workshop for the purpose of obtaining registration? In NSW you don’t, a few people i’ve asked have said yes, the others no. Even Canberra Connect are unsure.

Thankyou

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Eppo 9:57 am 25 Jun 12

1337Hax0r said :

There’s a number 000. Dial it each time you see that happen.

Are you really advocating calling 000 for an unregistered vehicle? How thick are you?

Wodgie 9:27 am 25 Jun 12

So an unregistered 2004/05 Toyota Landcruiser is travelling around town.
Good thing you haven’t told anyone.

Just go get it done!

astrojax 4:40 pm 24 Jun 12

nah, stick an esky with a cold case of tinnies in on the passenger seat – don’t worry about that pesky seatbelt – and hightail it wherever you wanna go, as those keystone cops never catch anyone anyway. not like the point to point cameras will make you stop… but if you’re nabbed, don’t mention my advice.

1337Hax0r 11:13 pm 21 Jun 12

Dilandach said :

If you’re like the guy who lives around the corner from me… apparently not. Heck, you don’t even need license plates. To top it off, three cars with no rego, no license plates that are regularly driven.

How he gets away with it, I don’t know.

(Yes I have seen him driving around, he picks up his kids from weetangera. A dark blue falcon is one of the cars.)

There’s a number 000. Dial it each time you see that happen. Just for fun, there are things called cameras. Use them, email JB with the pics. Oh, have you heard of video cameras? They’re hella fun for situations like this.

Sandman 9:04 pm 21 Jun 12

Innovation said :

If your vehicle is 10 years old or less you may also need to get a vehicle identity check, which can only been done after you have passed inspection.

Identity check isn’t required if the vehicle was purchased from a Licenced motor dealer or you previously had it registered in your name interstate.

spooner 7:06 pm 21 Jun 12

screaming banshee said :

Dilandach said :

If you’re like the guy who lives around the corner from me… apparently not. Heck, you don’t even need license plates. To top it off, three cars with no rego, no license plates that are regularly driven.

How he gets away with it, I don’t know.

(Yes I have seen him driving around, he picks up his kids from weetangera. A dark blue falcon is one of the cars.)

And of course you have reported them to the authoritares

I’ll just take down his number pl… oh wait

screaming banshee 5:01 pm 21 Jun 12

Dilandach said :

If you’re like the guy who lives around the corner from me… apparently not. Heck, you don’t even need license plates. To top it off, three cars with no rego, no license plates that are regularly driven.

How he gets away with it, I don’t know.

(Yes I have seen him driving around, he picks up his kids from weetangera. A dark blue falcon is one of the cars.)

And of course you have reported them to the authoritares

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