|Vehicle registration concessions|
This page copied from The South Australian State Government web site http://www.transport.sa.gov.au/registrations/motor_vehicles/concessions.asp
A concession is a reduction in the fee for registering a motor vehicle or issuing a Drivers Licence.
concession may be for
Applying for a concession
You can obtain an application for concession from any Customer Service Centre or Country Police Station.
You will need to show proof of your eligibility as detailed below.
reduction in the registration fee
You may be entitled to this concession if you have lost the use of one or both legs and for this reason are unable to use public transport.
A medical certificate confirming the disability must be presented on first application.
You can receive concession on the registration of 1 motor vehicle (or motor cycle) that you own and use.
ex-service persons concession
reduction in registration fees
You may be entitled to this concession if you have been a member of a naval, military or air force of Her Majesty and have lost a leg or foot or receive a pension for incapacity or impairment of motion (at a rate of not less than 70% of the total incapacity pension)
A letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs showing total incapacity and eligibility must be presented when first applying.. If you are a holder of a GOLD card that is endorsed with the letters TPI (Totally and Permanently Incapacitated) or EDI (Extreme Disablement Adjustment) you may be exempt from producing the letter.
You can obtain a concession on the registration of 1 motor vehicle or motor cycle that you own and use.