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NSW Registration after due date?

Discussion in 'Politics, Laws, Government & Insurance' started by chokpa, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. Hi guys

    I've currently got the bike with a flat battery and possibly dead r/r. My rego is due 07/06 with a inspection required. Obviously not gonna make the inspection if I cant even crank the bike ](*,) and not much time to find a battery from any place that isnt trying to rip me off.

    Do I just need to get it fixed, inspected, get CTP and registered before 3 months and it'll be good to go?

    It's on 04 VTR 250.
  2. Yes.
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  3. Sweet, awesome.

  4. I love having a bike in South Australia. Let my rego run out because the bike wasn't being ridden. Got the letter requesting i surrender my plates after a long period. Then about a year later decided i wanted to get the bike back on the road. Went onto the ezyreg website, clicked 3 months, paid $15 extra as it wasn't a continuing registration, and what do yo know i can ride it straight away. woohoo.
  5. Battery world often do good prices on bike batteries.