As a motor vehicle trader you will most likely encounter the following forms.
|Form||Name||How the form is used|
|MR1B||Application to license motor vehicle||To obtain a new licence for a vehicle, the applicant needs to lodge this form requesting a licence (which can be valid for 3–12 months). A new label will be issued with this licence.|
|MR1T||Trade plate licence renewal||Sent to entitled trade plate holders to renew their trade plate licence at the end of every year.|
|MR2A||Application for registration of a motor vehicle||To register a vehicle. Registration plates are issued when the transaction is processed.|
|MR2B||Application for registration of a VIN-exempt motor vehicle||To register a vehicle that does not require a vehicle identification number (VIN).|
|MR2D||Application to reverse registration||When an MR2A has been lodged and the customer does not take possession of the vehicle.|
|MR3||Certificate of registration||Lists vehicle and registered person details.|
|MR5||Application for trade plate||Lodge this form to apply for trade plates|
|MR13A||Notice by person selling/disposing of motor vehicle||Notifies the Transport Agency that a vehicle has been sold.
Completed by the person selling/disposing of vehicle.
|MR13B||Notice by person acquiring motor vehicle||Notifies the Transport Agency that a vehicle has been acquired or purchased.|
|MR13C||Trader notice of acquisition||Notifies the Transport Agency that a vehicle has been acquired or purchased by a trader and is now part of the 'trader network'. This is an online transaction only.|
|MR15||Application to cancel registration||Notifies the Transport Agency that a vehicle will be taken off the road permanently.|
|MR24||Application for exemption from continuous vehicle licensing||If a vehicle is not being used on the road, the registered person should apply for an exemption from licensing to prevent outstanding licensing fees from accruing, for a minimum of three months and up to 12 months.|
|MR36||Application for NZTA customer number||A Transport Agency customer number allows all vehicles owned by an organisation to be linked under a customer name and unique number. Transport Agency customer numbers are issued to organisations when the appropriate identification has been produced (this simplifies identification requirements.) When a number has been issued, it is quoted for all registration and acquisition transactions.|
|RUCLA||Road user charges distance licence application||To purchase a distance licence.|
|RUCAD||Road user charges additional licence application||To purchase additional road user charges (RUC) licences.|
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