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Subscribe for digital registration renewal notices

16 December 2019

A young woman sitting in a chair in a comfortable surroundings with a window and pot plant in the background. She is holding a mobile device in her left hand and tapping on it with her right hand. A speecj bubble is coming from the device showing a graphic depicting a car and a calendar.

Vehicle, trailer and motorbike owners with South Australian registration can now subscribe to receive vehicle registration renewal notices via email or SMS.

The digital renewal notices will remind subscribers that their registration is due to expire approximately six weeks ahead of time and include a direct link to renew the vehicle registration online.

Subscribers will receive a follow-up notice during the week before their expiration, if the renewal has not already been paid. If the registration expires, a digital notification will be sent on the day following expiry.

Motor vehicle owners who opt in to the digital renewal notice service via their mySA GOV account will no longer receive registration renewal application forms in the mail.

With around 70,000 registration renewal application forms currently being printed and mailed out to registered owners on average every week, the introduction of digital notices is expected to improve the state’s environmental footprint and reduce waste.

All new mySA GOV account holders will be defaulted to receive digital renewal notices, while existing account holders will be presented with a sign-up option on their home screen.

Customers can update their notice delivery preferences on their mySA GOV account at any time (which includes the option to unsubscribe), though they must have a verified mobile phone number recorded in their account to receive SMS notices.

Digital registration renewal application forms and registration details certificates can be also be viewed or printed out at any time through the mySA GOV account.

Log in or create a mySA GOV account to make the switch.

See our information page for more detail.