Additional fees and charges for new cars

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The advertised total price may include additional fees and charges. For new vehicles, these include:

  • goods and services tax (GST) - a broad-based tax of 10 per cent on most goods sold or consumed in Australia
  • registration fees are paid when the vehicle is first registered and periodically from this date, depending on the chosen registration period. For current rates, visit the VicRoads website
  • Transport Accident Commission (TAC) charges are paid as part of each registration process. These fees can vary
  • number plate fee for cars that are sold as unregistered vehicles
  • government and motor vehicle duty. For changes to stamp duty rates and to calculate motor vehicle duty, visit the State Revenue Office (Victoria) website
  • dealer delivery charge - this additional fee for new cars may be charged to cover costs the trader incurs in preparing and delivering the car
  • Luxury Car Tax - 33 per cent imposted on the GST-inclusive value of luxury cars over the relevant threshold. For details, visit Luxury car tax - ATO website.