How much does it cost to renew your licence in Victoria?
Driver licence fees
|Type of licence||3 years||10 years|
|New, reissue^ or renewal For full or P2 probationary licences||$84.00||$287.80|
|New, reissue^ For P1 probationary licences||N/A||N/A|
|Free Licence Scheme For eligible drivers under 25||Free||N/A|
How do I change my name on my Victorian drivers Licence?
Download and complete a change of personal details form [PDF 63 Kb] and visit a VicRoads Customer Service Centre in person to present original documentary evidence of your change of name. Your existing licence and/or learner permit will need to be handed in at the VicRoads Customer Service Centre.
How do I change my address in Victoria?
You can change your address through your myVicRoads account. If you don’t have a myVicRoads account you’ll need to provide us with a letter of authority at a VicRoads Customer Service Centre, from your director or nominated representative for us to change your address.
What is proof of address Victoria?
Evidence of Victorian residence Contract of sale, lease, or rental document that shows your current address. Current renewal notice for a driver licence or vehicle registration.
What happens if you forget to renew your licence?
If you do not renew your licence but carry on driving, you would not have a valid driving licence and so your motor insurance would not be valid. You would be committing a serious offence which carries stringent penalties, which could include a heavy fine and having your car seized by the police.
Can you drive with an expired license in Victoria?
The penalties for driving without a valid licence can vary depending on several factors; for example, if your licence has lapsed, or if you have been disqualified from holding a licence. You could face a fine of up to around $3,600 and up to 3 months in prison (Section 18(1) of the Act).
Can you get fined for not changing your address on your driving licence?
Research from insurer Direct Line shows that millions of motorists have failed to update their address with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. As reassuring as it can be to know you’re not alone, the news shouldn’t stop you from taking action. As you rightly point out, you could receive a fine.