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Registration whinge!


jlnewton
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I just got my registration renewal today, it is now risen to the lofty heights of $682.95 for the 12 months. I am quite certain that nearly every year since I got my license and car in 94 that rego has gone up by $50 a year. It has risen $48.20 since last year! And to think I used to complain about paying $320 a year to have my little 1000cc mini on the road. Looks like my other mini shall be spending more time in the olds garage as I can't afford to register it aswell unless I put it under Veteran rego and all the restrictions that go with it. Time to get serious on personal injury claims, no more whiplash claims for reverse parking incidents!

Sorry about that rant, just needed to have a whinge.

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Originally posted by greygirl1976

im lucky when i bought my skyline from an importer 3yrs ago it was reg as a 4cyl by him and still is reg as a 4 banger

is that legal?? and will insurace still cover u?

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try still being in yr12, i have to work my arse of just to keep the bloody thing on the road let alone have money left over to drive it and mod it...

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Yeah, I have the Skyline and my trusty Gemini Panelvan for work to register, and I am really beginning to object to paying well over a grand just to register, lets not mention insurance. The mini is definately staying in the garage, or maybe I should sell it. That was my original intention when I bought the skyline, but nearly 2 years down the track I haven't been able to bring myself to do it. Its one of only 500 produced in Oz!

Maybe I should get a different job so I can rid myself of the Gemini, or just resign to being broke, mmmm decisions.

How much is it for an eight these days? I shudder to think.

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i was lucky, ive been thinking about buying a daily driver for a while and my grandfather said he would give me his now dont laugh, 84 ford fairmont ute.. hehe, meh its got 12 months rego on it and ill just get 3rd party property insurance for the thing. but yeah my mum has an 8 it costs about 900 a year to register (i grits my teath)... cant wait till ive got a real job....

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Lets just be patient, lets see, my skyline is a 94 so in 21 years I will be able to register it under veteran rego for about $150 or around there. Sweet, can't wait!

I should probably drive my line less, but lets face, I walk downstairs to go for a drive and I am face with a decision, Gemini......Skyline......Gemini.......Skyline. Its a no brainer! If I didn't work on rough, dusty construction sites, and work didn't require me to carry around survey gear, the Gem would be gone. By the same token I got the line cause I was sick of driving around in a dirty, S&$tty car all af the time. Might be time to go back to computers and one car, one rego, one insurance.

Free ute! Thats nothing to laugh about, even if it is a Ford!

Says he with a Gemini.

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