A combination vehicle is a truck (with 3 or 4 axles) towing 2 trailers in a vehicle combination with a total of 8 or more axles. This application is for the truck in this combination.
Note: These vehicles may only operate in the specified combinations. Failure to comply may result in an infringement notice and/or an assessment of unpaid road user charges (RUC).
A B-train combination is a truck towing two semi-trailers. This application is for the leading trailer of this combination.
A vintage powered vehicle is a motor vehicle that is at least 40 years old on the date that it is registered, reregistered or licensed, and is not used for commercial purposes.
Note: a vintage powered vehicle with 2 axles and a RUC weight of 12 tonnes or less remains a RUC vehicle type 1 or 2.
A motor caravan is a motor vehicle that has more than one-half of the vehicle floor area permanently fitted out for accommodation by the inclusion of sleeping and cooking facilities, and is registered as a motor caravan on the Motor Vehicle Register. This does not include combination vehicles.
The fee for this application is $14.63 (incl GST). This fee is non-refundable, regardless of whether your application is approved or declined. The fee contributes to the cost of processing your application. We will not process your application until the payment has been made.
Please provide a contact phone number for us to call you and take credit card payment over the phone. We'll try to call you as soon as we receive your application, but in case that is not possible please let us know when your preferred contact time would be. Or you can call us on 0800 655 644 between 8am and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday.
A GST receipt will be sent to you after your application has been processed.
We will try to process your application on the same day that we receive it. However please allow three working days for your application to be processed. We will let you know via email or phone when the change has taken place and you can purchase your new licence.
Buying a new licence
When buying a new RUC licence you will need to buy an 'overlap' licence that starts from the current hubodometer reading. You must buy enough RUC to exceed the end distance of the existing RUC licence(s). Any unused portion of the licence will be automatically credited against the cost of the new licence.