Get your renewal notice
When your driver licence or vehicle registration is due to expire, you will get a renewal notice to your nominated postal address.
Your renewal notice will be sent five to six weeks before the expiry date.
As another option, you can choose to get them by email instead - you can't have both.
Get notices by email
To get your renewal notice by email, follow these steps:
Step 1. Go to MVR QuickPay
Step 2. Login using your MVR customer ID and your:
- licence number or
- registration number.
You can find these on your certificate of registration or on your renewal notice.
Step 3. Go to 'update my contact details' and tick 'I would like to update my email address'.
Step 4. Add your email address and tick 'I would like to receive my renewal notices via email'.
If your last vehicle registration was only for a month, the renewal notice will be sent to your nominated email address three weeks before the expiry date.
To get free renewal reminders by SMS, you can do any of the following:
- update your contact details using MVR QuickPay and tick 'I would like to update my phone numbers and/or receive SMS renewal reminders'
- go to an MVR office or Australia Post office that provides MVR transactions
- contact the MVR office by emailing email@example.com or calling 1300 654 628 during business hours.
You will receive SMS reminders one week and two days before your licence or registration expires.
You will also receive SMS reminders one week and two days after your licence or registration expires if you haven’t paid your renewal by this time.
To get reminders through your smartphone or tablet, follow these steps:
Step 1. Download the free NT Rego app.
Step 2. Through the app, click 'registration check' and enter your registration number.
Step 3. Click 'set reminder'.
You will get a notification six weeks, four weeks and one week before your registration is due.
You must set up the reminder on the NT Rego app every renewal period.
Last updated: 19 July 2021
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