Registration stickers scrapped from today

IPSWICH motorists no longer need to display vehicle registration stickers, with the Department of Transport and Main Roads switching to an electronic system from today.

RACQ's Lauren Ritchie said the changes applied to light vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, trailers, caravans, light buses and motorised wheelchairs.

"Motorists will still receive a vehicle registration notice via post approximately four weeks before renewal date, but will no longer receive a rego sticker in the mail," Ms Ritchie said.

She said in the absence of stickers, it was even more important for motorists to be reminded to keep car registration up to date.

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