ACT Rego Check
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is the smallest state or territory on the Australian mainland, but is still home to over a quarter of a million vehicles. Considering the territory is only a little over 2,400km square, that’s over ten cars per square kilometre!
Suffice to say, keeping everyone on the roads safe is a top priority.
Like the rest of the country, the ACT requires all vehicles on the roads to be registered. This is to protect road users from dangerous and unroadworthy vehicles, as well as prevent theft.
A simple ACT rego check can help a car owner, or prospective buyer, whether a vehicle has been written off in an accident. You also get to see its buying history; too many owners in too short a time can set off some serious red flags.
A free rego check in ACT can be done online to:
- Check if a vehicle is registered in the Australian Capital Territory
- Check expiry date on the car’s rego
- Check Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurer and insurance expiry date
- Check any relevant registration restrictions that might apply in ACT
- vehicle information such as the vehicle model and body type
How to Perform an ACT Rego Check
You can look up a vehicle's registration details via the Department of Transport of the state where the vehicle is registered. In the ACT this website is known as RTA ACT.
All you’ll need to get a free ACT rego check is the car’s rego number, or the vehicle’s VIN (vehicle identification number).
Why Check a Vehicle’s Registration?
As elsewhere in the country, responsibility falls on the driver to ensure the registration of a vehicle is up-to-date. Vehicle owners must be proactive in checking the details and making sure they’re legal.
A rego check is a simple way to ensure peace of mind, whether you own a vehicle or are looking to buy one. There’s no sense in getting pulled up in a Random Breath Test and fined for driving an unregistered vehicle, when checking it is so easy.