Other ways to access MVR services

The Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) office provides vehicle registration and driver licensing services across the Northern Territory.

You can access the following services online or phone, or at participating Australia Post offices.

If you're an eligible business, you can access online services through MVR for Business.

|

You'll need your:

  • vehicle registration number (number plate), and
  • MVR transaction number - this is the unique number on the top right hand corner of your most recent renewal notice or on your SMS reminder.

To renew you can use:

Or you can:

Read more about how to renew your car registration.

You'll need your:

  • licence number on the front of your NT licence, and
  • MVR transaction number - this is the unique number on the top right hand corner of your most recent renewal notice or on your SMS reminder.

Renew

To renew your driver licence, you can use:

Or you can:

Read more about how to renew your licence.

Replace if lost, stolen or damaged

To replace your driver licence, go to a post office with MVR services.

Read more about how to replace your driver licence if lost, stolen or damaged.

Get a roadworthy inspection through an authorised inspector (local mechanic).

You will need your:

  • MVR customer ID - on your NT renewal notice or certificate of registration and
  • licence number on the front of your NT licence or vehicle registration number (number plate).

To update your details, you can:

Read more about how to change your name and contact details.

Check your demerit points through the MVR Demerit Points website.

Read more about demerit points.

Contact

You can also contact the MVR by:


Last updated: 29 September 2021

Give feedback about this page.

Share this page:

URL copied!