Simon Corbell is ramming home the point that from 1 July you won’t have a registration stickers in the windows of your cars.
“Registration labels will be scrapped for vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Mass of up to 4.5 tonnes which includes the majority of cars, light trailers, caravans, motorbikes and light buses on ACT roads,” Mr Corbell said.
“The ACT Government is committed to ensuring our processes are smoother and more convenient for the community.
“Abolishing registration labels will mean less time spent waiting at shopfronts, as registration payments can be made online, by telephone, mail, or through BPAY or Australia Post with no need to collect a label.
“All other aspects of the registration process will remain the same. Drivers will still receive registration certificates and renewal reminders will continue to be sent out approximately six weeks before the registration expires.
“Police are now able to use on-the-spot camera technology to check a vehicle’s registration status so the labels are no longer required.
Protective parents on the other hand won’t have a quick reference to see the cars their kids are getting in are legit.
UPDATE: There’s also a fact sheet.