If your Pensioner Concession Card was issued on or after 1 July 1994, you are entitled to a 50 per cent reduction of the registration fee component of the total registration amount payable.
If your Pensioner Concession Card was issued before 1 July 1994, you will continue to receive the flat rate concession on the registration fee component of the total registration amount payable.
If you are a Queensland Seniors Card holder, you are entitled to a 50 per cent reduction on the registration fee component of the total registration amount payable.
The following conditions apply for this concession:
- all other charges included with your registration (such as compulsory third party insurance) are payable in full
- this concession is available for:
- motorbikes (the flat rate applies regardless of when the card was issued)
- motor vehicles up to and including 4.5 tonnes (passenger and light commercial type vehicles excluding tractors and machinery)
- motorised caravans (regardless of gross vehicle mass)
- you must be the registered operator of the vehicle and the vehicle must be for private use
- this concession is only available on one vehicle recorded in the registered operator's name
- you and your spouse can receive only one concession between you
- on new vehicles, you will receive your concession at the time the dealer registers the vehicle as new
- if you acquire a vehicle that is already registered (such as a second-hand car), the concession will be available from the date you next renew your registration.
War veterans who receive a disability pension and have been assessed as 70 per cent or more incapacitated, are eligible for a flat rate concession and exemption from the traffic improvement fee component of the total registration fees payable.
The Registration Concession Application form is available from Department of Transport and Main Roads' Customer Service Centres or by telephoning 13 23 80.
Visit the department's website for more information.
Department of Transport and Main Roads