How much does it cost to register a vehicle in South Africa?

Type Current cost New cost
Vehicle registration fee R220 R240
Motorcycle licence fee R192 R204
Car licence fee (0-250 kg) R288 R294
Car licence fee (251-500 kg) R300 R312

How much is it to register a vehicle in your name?

The Western Cape Government notes that when you buy a vehicle, you need to register and licence it in your name within 21 days of its purchase.

Fees:

  1. R120. 00 registration fee.
  2. R36. 00 transaction fees levied by the RTMC.
  3. Licence fees based on the make and tare (weight) of the vehicle.

How much does change of ownership of a car cost?

The change of ownership of a vehicle (on its own) is free, there is no cost. They only charge you when you do the registration and/or licensing at the same time.

Can you register a vehicle at the post office?

Car licensing becomes available at Post Offices

Motor vehicle licensing is once again available at all Post Office branches that offer the service. Motorists who did not receive a renewal notice can download the form from the Post Office website and complete it in advance to save time.

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What documents are required for change of ownership of car?

Copies of new and previous owner’s ID (these need not be certified). Proof of new owner’s residential address (a rates account or any utility bill would suffice) The car’s original registration certificate, which the previous owner should provide.

How do I register a car without papers?

In the Western Cape, if you lose the certificate of registration you can apply for a duplicate and a new one will be issued over the counter, this is convenient if you are selling a car in Cape Town and need a copy of the papers in a hurry, other provinces may take longer and you could end up waiting anything from 5 …

Can you change ownership of a vehicle online?

You can now apply to transfer the ownership of a vehicle online, which makes the whole process faster and easier. … To do this you need the details of the new owner, you’ll need the 11-digit reference number from the car’s V5C. Once the online form is completed and submitted you’ll receive an email confirmation.

What do I need to change ownership of a car in South Africa?

If you are selling the vehicle:

  1. The seller must complete the NCO form and submit it to their registering authority.
  2. The seller must hand over the registration certificate to the buyer.
  3. The buyer must complete the Application for registration and licencing of motor vehicle form (RLV) for submission.

What is the difference between title holder and owner of a vehicle?

The title holder is the legal owner of the vehicle. In the case of a financed vehicle, the finance house (lender) is the legal owner or title holder, until you have paid off the car. Type of identification. This refers to the Title holder’s identity.

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Can I pay my car license at any post office?

Can I renew my car licence at any post office? Yes, you can renew your vehicle licence at the post office because most SAPO outlets do car licence renewals. Note that motor vehicle licence renewal can be done at a nearby selected post office or your relevant registering authority.

Can I pay my car licence at Pick n Pay?

Pick n Pay is one of the selected retailers where one can renew their vehicle licence in the country.

Can I pay my car licence at the post office during lockdown?

Renew at the Post Office

To renew your car licence at the post office you will need to bring the MVL2 form that is sent to you in the post, a copy of ID and the appropriate fees. it is advisable to make a copy of your ID before you go otherwise be subject to the 80c photocopy fee charged by the post office.

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