VIC Rego Check
*YOU WILL GET FULL HISTORICAL RECORDS OF YOUR CAR IN SECONDS.
Why do you need an VIC Rego Check?
FAQ about VIC rego check
Crouch down at the front and back corners of the car and look carefully down the side – a good clean car should be straight and everything should line up. A car that’s been in accident might have dents or doors and panels that don’t align properly.
Some payment methods can take up to 72 hours to be processed and the record updated.
How to find the owner of a car in Vic. If you’re checking on a car with Victorian registration you’ll need to visit VIC roads. The VicRoads Registration Check is a free service that can be used to confirm a vehicle’s details and registration status.
You must renew rego in Victoria within 3 months of expiry. Otherwise it will be cancelled and you have to start a new one.
While this list seems comprehensive, there are still many other hidden reasons you could fail your roadworthy. Modifications, the fuel system, rear vision mirror/s, wiring, pedals and other controls, can all lead to a big red F if not deemed safe and satisfactory.
You’ll need an original roadworthy certificate issued not more than 30 days before the date of sale. Some vehicles and transfer types don’t need a roadworthy, visit transfer fees and roadworthy exemptions for more information.
You can get a VIC rego check by visiting the VicRoads website (vic-rego-check.com). Simply enter the car’s licence plate number or VIN, accept the terms and conditions and you’ll have immediate access to your rego report.
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