Change of address

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Change of address for metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire.

Stage 3 Stay at Home restrictions have been reinstated across metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire. If your current address is within one of these areas and you wish to make a change, you will need to provide one or more ‘proof of address’ documents to submit along with your application form.

Penalties for breaching the Chief Health Officer's Stay at Home Directions are stated in section 203 of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act and it is an offence under the Crimes Act to state a false name or address to police.

You’ll need to log-in to your myVicRoads account to change your address. It's the newest and safest way to update your personal details.

If you don’t have an account you can Sign up in 3 easy steps.

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What’s a myVicRoads personal account?

With a personal online account you can pay your rego and receive email and text reminders when it's due. There are other benefits:

  • you can choose short rego periods - 3 or 6 months - or pay for 12 months
  • set up direct debit so you never miss a payment
  • update your personal details
  • view all your vehicles in one place and their rego status, and
  • see any licence conditions, its status and when it's due to expire. 

Any notice sent to the postal or mailing address on your VicRoads customer record, is taken to be received by you, seven days after the date of the notice, even if the notice gets returned undelivered. 

We’ll only re-issue a notice if you can provide supporting evidence that the original notice wasn’t received. 

Update your details, including your address, easily and securely with a myVicRoads account. This will ensure you don’t miss important mail and put yourself at risk of driving illegally.

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