MVR for Business

MVR for Business is a secure system to complete Northern Territory (NT) vehicle registration transactions.

What you can do

Read below to find out what transactions you can do.

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If you are an LMVD, depending on the access given to you by MVR, you can do the following transactions:

Employers can also grant their staff's access to carry out transactions on the business' behalf.

You should also read the LMVD guide PDF (892.1 KB).

To be a business fleet operator, you must:

  • be a business, company or association
  • have multiple vehicles registered in your name.

If you have a business fleet operator account, depending on the access given to you by MVR, you can do the following transactions:

  • renew registrations in bulk
  • re-register previously registered NT vehicles and transfer an interstate registration
  • submit notice of disposals - read responsibilities as a seller
  • upgrade heavy vehicle configuration.

You can only do these transactions on vehicles that are registered to your business.

Employers can also manage their staff's access to carry out transactions on the business' behalf.

To cancel vehicle registrations, you should attend an MVR office. Read more about how to cancel or refund your vehicle registration.

If you have an inspector account, depending on the access given to you by MVR, you can do the following transactions:

  • submit roadworthy inspections
  • record vehicle compliance checks.

Employers can also manage their staff's access to carry out transactions on the business' behalf.

You can't submit roadworthy or compliance inspections on vehicles registered in your name.

What you need

To use MVR for Business, you will need your:

  • myGovID or your personal MVR customer ID number
  • email address set-up with MVR.

You must create an account as a principal authority or agent before you can process transactions.

Learn how to create an account (including add a principal authority) PDF (604.5 KB).

By registering an account or using MVR for Business, you are accepting and agreeing to the terms and conditions PDF (491.8 KB).

Last updated: 17 November 2020

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