04 Nov 2015
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure has announced that EzyReg Account customers will be able to apply online for a short-term unregistered vehicle permit (UV permit).
A UV permit is available for a vehicle to be driven on the road without registration for a special reason such as:
Currently, customers wishing to apply for a UV permit must visit a Service SA Customer Service Centre to apply in person.
As of 8 November 2015, customers will be able to apply for and be issued a UV permit online via a valid EzyReg Account which can be accessed via the link https://account.ezyreg.sa.gov.au
Online UV permits are issued for a maximum of 3 days with customers required to supply information about the vehicle and journey including:
Once issued, the UV permit must be printed on A4 paper and be displayed on the vehicle when in use for the duration of the valid permit.
For further information on how to create an EzyReg Account, please visit http://www.sa.gov.au/topics/transport-travel-and-motoring/ezyreg/create-an-ezyreg-account
Road Safety Minister Peter Malinauskas has announced that European ECE 22.05 standard helmets are now legal to be worn by motorcyclists in South Australia.
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