Vehicle Licensing Reform - project history
Last updated on
27/01/2013 11:06 a.m.
Vehicle Licensing Reform is a joint Ministry of Transport and NZ Transport Agency project that looked at reforms to warrant of fitness/certificate of fitness, annual vehicle licensing (commonly known as registration), and transport services licensing.
Work on the reform was announced by Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee in March 2012.
Read Associate Transport Minister Simon Bridges' media release of 24 October 2012.
Read Associate Transport Minister Simon Bridges' media statement of 19 September 2012 on the beehive website.
Read Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee's media statement of 12 June 2012 on the beehive website.
Read Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee’s media statement of 28 March 2012 on the beehive website.
Stakeholder Options Papers
The working papers for the stakeholder meeting of 12 June 2012 present an overall list of possibilities for Vehicle Licensing Reform. This includes ideas that may not be carried forward. A set of options for reform will be developed for the next stage of consultation. Read the Stakeholder Options Workshop papers (PDF, 2.1MB).
Read the Vehicle Licensing Reform overview from the Chief Executives of the Ministry of Transport and the NZ Transport Agency.
Keeping up to date
The Vehicle Licensing Reform web pages will be regularly updated with progress on reform work.
There will be formal opportunities for the public to have their say where changes result in proposed amendments to transport rules or legislation.
If you have any questions or general enquiries about Vehicle Licensing Reform please email firstname.lastname@example.org