A Vehicle Registration Number (REGO) is a set of numbers or letters that are assigned to a vehicle by the official road transport authorities in Australia. It is abbreviated as REGO and understood when looking at the license plate of the vehicle. If you are planning to buy the used car in the Australian market, this is vital. Only if the status of the vehicle is registered, it is said to be registered as per the Australian government. If not, it means that the registration is expired or there may be some other problem preventing the registration of the vehicle. So, the customers can be aware of the vehicle and the legal issues behind it.
How do we perform a REGO check?
The license plate or VIN code is used to check the vehicle registration information if the vehicle is manufactured before 1989. Get into the government website if you are looking for the free REGO check. You can also obtain it by buying the AUCN Car Report and Get more relevant information of the vehicle for checking process.
Aspects to check during the REGO check
- Registration number
- Registration expiry
- Make, model and body shape
- Registration status
Is it necessary to check the vehicle registration?
The Australian mandatorily looks for the driving license from the drivers and valid license plate number. It is the evidence for registration information as per the legal rules. If you are driving an unregistered vehicle or the vehicle that is not registered, you will be penalized with a huge sum of money. Further, your third party compulsory insurance (CTP) also becomes invalid and leads to some serious legal issues.
To avoid all such hassles, you can approach us at Campbelltown Tyre and Exhaust Centre, and we will help you with the further process of REGO Check. So, you can sell the vehicle or drive them on the public Australian roads.