26 Dec '12, 11pm

From January 1 they'll be no need to display a rego sticker on your car (in NSW)

In a move sure to be welcomed by drivers and businesses alike, the NSW Government will abolish registration labels from 1 January 2013, NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Minister for Roads Duncan Gay announced today. “The chore of getting off the old label and sticking on the new one will be no longer,” Mr O’Farrell said. “This move is a simple yet practical one that will make life that little bit easier for car owners,” he said. “The cut to red tape will also be of particular benefit to companies with large vehicle fleets, like car rental companies and delivery firms. “With 5.5 million light vehicles registered in NSW, abolishing registration labels will benefit most NSW residents and businesses.” Mr Gay said the decision was based on the recommendation of the Better Regulation Office and Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). It includes all vehicles with a total weight of up ...

Full article: http://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/media-releases/making-lif...

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