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  Reply # 1555649 19-May-2016 15:06
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$135 for my Land Rover Discovery. Same for my Toyota Alphard.

 

$175 for SWMBO's Honda Jazz.






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  Reply # 1555654 19-May-2016 15:13
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Even more weird that the last change.  The 96 Corolla with no safety features at all has been bumped up from band 2 to band 3, seemingly deeming it safer than ever.

 

Yet the 98 WRX that has (had, now a caged race car) ABS and airbags is still deemed to be less safe and remains in band 1 because they categorise the whole range from 96 to 2000 as being the same despite ABS and airbags starting to feature in the middle of that time frame.

 

*sigh*

 

Happy that the overall reg costs are reducing again though.

 

WRX $153.94

 

Corolla $112.16

 

 Edit to include the actual costs.





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  Reply # 1555658 19-May-2016 15:17
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Sweet $85 down from $175 for my Toyota Blade Master G.


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  Reply # 1555665 19-May-2016 15:26
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Subaru legacy 2012 $134
Subaru outback 2016 $230

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  Reply # 1555667 19-May-2016 15:31
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Paul1977:

tripp:


yes mine is like $90 a year, happy with that :)



$90 for the whole rego, or just the ACC levy component?



I can't find any car that's under $135 ???

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  Reply # 1555669 19-May-2016 15:41
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The original link in this thread seems to take you to a site that shows current costs not the new lower cost.

I found a link in the Herald and that page told me the Land Rover will be $85!





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  Reply # 1555670 19-May-2016 15:43
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joker97:
Paul1977:

 

tripp:

 

 

 

yes mine is like $90 a year, happy with that :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

$90 for the whole rego, or just the ACC levy component?

 



I can't find any car that's under $135 ???

 

 

 

Both of mine will be - 85 for a 2007 Mazda3 (Axela). 125 for a 05 Mazda Verisa.

 

As for your 16 Subaru - I reckon they will fix that before 1 July. In fact, you may not be looking at the correct page -http://rightcar.govt.nz/rego/acc-new


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  Reply # 1555673 19-May-2016 15:49
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trig42:

 

joker97:
Paul1977:

 

tripp:

 

 

 

yes mine is like $90 a year, happy with that :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

$90 for the whole rego, or just the ACC levy component?

 



I can't find any car that's under $135 ???

 

 

 

Both of mine will be - 85 for a 2007 Mazda3 (Axela). 125 for a 05 Mazda Verisa.

 

As for your 16 Subaru - I reckon they will fix that before 1 July. In fact, you may not be looking at the correct page -http://rightcar.govt.nz/rego/acc-new

 

 

Ah, sorry yes I was using OP's link onn my mobile which took me to the current pricing ... ??

 

No I don't have a 2016 Outback ;p


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  Reply # 1555674 19-May-2016 15:50
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2001 Commodore and Corolla both $112 each


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  Reply # 1555676 19-May-2016 15:54
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2012 Toyota Yaris $85.59
Honda xr $477 :(

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  Reply # 1555677 19-May-2016 15:56
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Licence Fee                      $43.50

 

ACC Levy                        $159.27

 

Other Levies                    $2.97

 

Online administration fee* $3.74

 

GST                                 $31.43  

 

Total                               $240.91  

 

LOL!   I guess ACC don't like Motorhome converted busses...   The ultimate rip is that it's barely ever on the road anyway (+/- 7 weeks a year), and the ACC website says you pay all your costs on Rego if Diesel, but surely it should be put on RUC, as the more the vehicle drives the more chance it will be involved in an accident?  

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1555681 19-May-2016 16:15
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As a comparison just for fun, my $85 Rego would be the equivalent of $1,100 per annum if I was driving the same car in the UK!






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  Reply # 1555701 19-May-2016 16:46
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You win some, you lose some.
Just remembered i paid for a year's rego last month.

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  Reply # 1555710 19-May-2016 17:02
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175.00 to 112.00, 12 months
Ours expires in September.
Thanks for the link.

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7 metres of Motorhome down to $240.91 - that was around $425 a year or three back and the classic, an MGB,  more than happy with $48.75


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