Buy a vehicle licence (rego), change the registered person of a vehicle, or pay road user charges (RUC) at your local PostShop.
Credit card payment is now accepted for vehicle services at NZ Post. This does incur a credit card fee.
Vehicle licensing (rego)
Buy your vehicle licence at selected local NZ Post retail outlet and you'll receive your licence label on the spot. Check if your local NZ Post retail outlet has these services by using our locator tool.
Fees are based on your vehicle type, usage and how long you choose to license.
For the current common licensing fees including petrol and non-petrol driven, taxis, rental, trailers, motorcycles, trucks, van or utility, visit the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency website
Licensing your vehicle
Choose your licence period on the reminder notice you received in the mail, or complete the Application to license motor vehicle (MR1B) form at your local PostShop.
If you complete the MR1B form, you’ll need to know your vehicle plate number, year, make and model.
Find out more about vehicle licensing on the Waka Kotahi website
Change of registered person
Selling a vehicle
Let Waka Kotahi know you’ve sold a vehicle on their website, or complete a Selling or disposing of a vehicle? (MR13A) form, available at your local PostShop.
Buying a vehicle
Complete a Change of registered person - buyer (MR13B) form at your local PostShop and pay the application fee.
If you’re an individual, you’ll need your New Zealand driver licence or proof of ID with your full name, signature and date of birth.
If you’re an organisation, you’ll need your New Zealand business number (NZBN) or your Waka Kotahi customer number.
Find out more about buying and selling a vehicle on the Waka Kotahi website.
Road user charges
If your vehicle is over 3500kg, uses diesel or any other fuel that isn’t taxed at the source, you’ll need to pay road user charges (RUC). Pay at your local PostShop and you'll receive your RUC label on the spot.
View a full list of vehicle types, weights and RUC rates on the Waka Kotai website.
Buying road user charges
Complete a Road user charges distance licence application (RUCLA) form at your local PostShop and pay the application fee.
You’ll need to know your vehicle plate number, year, make, model and current odometer/hubodometer reading.
Find out more about RUC on the Waka Kotahi website Waka Kotahi website.