I'm glad a put aside a WHOLE F%^&ING DAY to sort out changing over rego from NSW to ACT. What a ludicrous horses ass and a right-royal ripoff. Here's the stream of continuous bullshit involved: :? Arrange for rego roadworthy in ACT and get vehicle inspected. Have bloke tell you you need new tyres on the car when you know they still have 5000km+ left in them. Fork out couple of hundred more for new tyres. :evil: Take old rego, 100 points of ID, proof of residency(what if you've just moved in?), number plates and a phenomenal amount of money into the ACT government office. :-w Spend 30 minutes waiting to get served :-s Spend 20 minutes at the counter while they try to get their system to accept your details :---) Ring the RTA to find out how to cancel the rego. They tell you to just go into the Queanbeyan motor registry with proof of ID, the new rego and the number plate surrender receipt. CTP is different so they say just ring your insurer and they will cancel it. Ring the insurer who tells you they need a SIGNED letter(FFS, this the 21st century!) from the RTA to confirm cancellation - proof of CTP on new registration is not good enough! :-w Go to the RTA and spend another 30 minutes waiting. :butt: Hand over all the paperwork, get the signed letter and then find out they are bending you over the counter and screwing you on the refund. For bikes, the Registration Fee is NOT refundable. But the motor vehicle tax is. So take the $48 tax, divide by 8/12ths for the number of months left, take off the $20 cancellation fee and for a rego that wasn't even half done I get a grand total of $3 refund! It would have been interesting if I had a month or two less left on the rego because despite having almost half the time left to go I could have wound up owing them money to cancel it. And if I refused to pay that then I couldn't get my refund on CTP! ](*,) With a SIGNED cancellation letter now in hand, I ring the insurer back and the start cancelling the CTP. During which they check the database to make sure the RTA records electronically indicate the rego was cancelled. What was the point of the f%^&ing SIGNED letter then!!!! :butt: They also bend you over and screw you because your MCIS levy(all $150-200 worth) is also NON-refundable and what's left they refund but only after they ALSO take off a $20 refund fee! Now times all this by 3 because I have a car and two bikes! And you don't have the option of not changing rego over because it is illegal to not change over after 3 months. The Police can AND DO book people for it. There is about a 25 mile exclusion zone around my place at the moment because I am a very angry man right now. F^&* you Iemma and all of your NSW beaurocratic money-grubbing bullshit. I'm so glad to be finally free of your clutches.