Make sure you keep a copy of the Notice of Disposal for your records. You are advised to do this for your own protection.
YOUR DETAILS Please print
Surname or Organisation
Suburb (Do not abbreviate)
Date of disposal Licence/Customer/Card no.
VEHICLE DETAILS Please print
Year builtRegistration plate number
I declare that the information in this Notice of Disposal is
true and complete.
Signature/s *If the vehicle is registered in two names, the
primary (first) registered operator's signature is required.
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Notice of Disposal
Personal Information Collection Notice: Transport for
NSW is committed to protecting your privacy and ensuring
your personal and health information is managed according
to law. Find out why we collect your personal information,
including how we use and manage it, by reading our privacy
statement at www.transport.nsw.gov.au/privacy-statement
phone 13 22 13 to request a copy.
For your own protection you are strongly advised to positively identify the buyer and notify Transport for NSW.
Do not rely on the buyer to transfer the registration.
Lodge a Notice of Disposal immediately online at service.nsw.gov.au/NOD or fill out this form and mail to Transport for NSW, PO Box
21, Parkes 2870 or lodge at a Service NSW centre. Companies and Organisations must post it to PO Box 21, Parkes NSW 2870
or lodge at a Service NSW centre.
If you forget, or are unable to provide Transport for NSW with the buyer's full details (see Mandatory Fields below), you could be
responsible for parking, driving and other offences involving the vehicle until Transport for NSW is able to record the full details of the
If you have an E-Tag you should also update your number plate details with your tag provider.
Mandatory Fields - the Notice of Disposal cannot be recorded if all the mandatory fields are not completed.
day month year
Suburb (Do not abbreviate)
Card no. OR Date of birth
Australian Company Number
(ACN) OR Customer no.
Is the vehicle sold on consignment? If yes, see note below
NEW OPERATOR'S DETAILS Please print
Full name or Organisation name
Selling price or market price (whichever is higher)
Motor Dealers must be registered with NSW Fair Trading to
sell vehicles on consignment.
Individuals and organisations who sell vehicles on
consignment must supply a written statement from the
registered operator. The statement must declare that there is
an agreement to sell the vehicle on their behalf without the
seller becoming the responsible operator.
Warning: it is a criminal offence under Part
5A of the Crimes Act 1900 to provide false or
misleading information to Transport for NSW