VicRoads Transfer Form

Here are commonly used forms that you may need when transferring Victorian registered vehicles or vessels.

Authority to act as an agent form

Credit or debit card authorisation form

Deceased estate pack

Primary Producer Concession form

Statutory declaration

Vessel transfer form

Receipt template

Lodging your transfer

Lodge your transfer form with applicable RWC, fee payment and evidence documents (if eligible for exemption) to VicRoads within 14 days of sale/transfer by either:

  • Visiting a VicRoads Customer Service Centre with valid evidence of identity
  • Mail (including a completed credit or debit authorisation form) to:
  • VicRoads
  • GPO Box 1644
  • Melbourne, VIC 3001

If someone is lodging the transfer with VicRoads on your behalf, ensure that their details are recorded in the ‘Representative’ fields on the vehicle transfer form and that they bring their evidence of identity to VicRoads.

The VicRoads Transfer Form is used in the state of Victoria, Australia, for the transfer of vehicle ownership from one party to another. This form is used for transactions involving the sale, gift or donation of a vehicle.

The form requires details of the seller and the buyer, including their full names, addresses, and driver’s license numbers. The details of the vehicle being sold, including the make, model, and registration number, are also required.

The form must be signed by both the seller and the buyer to indicate their agreement to transfer the ownership of the vehicle. The seller must also provide a certificate of roadworthiness, which indicates that the vehicle is safe to drive and has been inspected by a licensed vehicle tester.

Once the transfer form is completed and signed by both parties, it must be lodged with VicRoads within 14 days of the transaction. The new owner must also ensure that they have obtained the necessary insurance cover for the vehicle before driving it on the road.

It is important to ensure that the information provided on the transfer form is accurate and complete, as any errors or omissions may result in delays or complications with the transfer of ownership.

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