I found a car I wish to purchase, it's in melbourne atm with NSW rego as he lives there. What are the process in order to transfer it to VIC registration? is it just RWC + Vicroads inspection and have him cancel his NSW rego.
is it just the standard vicroads transfer of ownership form needed? or will i need the RTA one aswell? or what relative paper work will i need?
Only going by what others have said so I'm not 100% sure. I've heard that only a receipt is needed as it's not a transfer of rego due to it being an entirely new registration (the NSW one being cancelled already). But to be safe, best to call up Vicroads to ask.
Don't the Roads people send the plates back to the issuing state?
I did the reverse. I bought a car in Victoria, then cancelled the registration here in Sydney (after it ran out). Sydney collected the plates and sent them back to Melbourne. I got a Blue Slip, paid the CTP, then registered it. The registration took effect from the day I registered here not the original Victorian rego date.
Go buy the car, do the rta paperwork. Take it back to your state. Go to your roads authority And adivese you bought vehicle from interstate .
They will take your plates, cancel your interstate rego. Give you the Victorian plates and register your plates as of that day. Your old plates will be sent back to the appropriate state, and ergo will be cancelled and refunded to you via cheque in mail
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