Ridesharing and Taxi Vehicle Licence Fees – ACT

Help to keep taxis on the road

The Rideshare vehicle licence fee will be waived for 12 months for rideshare operators from 1 April 2020 as part of the normal licencing processes.

In cases where licences have already been prepaid 12 months in advance, an additional 12 months credit will be added to the license at the next due date.

The ACT Government will also waive all government leased taxi plate fees, including wheelchair accessible taxis to help support this vital service. This initiative will help to keep taxis on the road.

These fees will be waived automatically. Contact does not need to be made with Access Canberra on these fees.

Key Dates:

The Rideshare vehicle licence fee will be waived for 12 months for rideshare operators from 1 April 2020 as part of the normal licencing processes.

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FAQs

1 April 2020 as part of the normal licencing processes.

In cases where licences have already been prepaid 12 months in advance, an additional 12 months credit will be added to the license at the next due date.

These fees will be waived automatically. Contact does not need to be made with Access Canberra on these fees.

Ridesharing and Taxi Vehicle Licence Fees - ACT - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

When does it apply?

1 April 2020 as part of the normal licencing processes.

What happens if I have prepaid?

In cases where licences have already been prepaid 12 months in advance, an additional 12 months credit will be added to the license at the next due date.

How do I apply?

These fees will be waived automatically. Contact does not need to be made with Access Canberra on these fees.

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