How do I contact WA Transport?
How do I contact WA Transport?
For general licensing enquiries, please call 13 11 56 or go to DoTDirect to pay online. Please note: media enquiries called through to this number on the weekends and WA public holidays will only be accessed between the hours of 11am and 1pm.
What is DoT direct?
DoTDirect is a suite of applications and tools that allows you to do the following transactions in the one place: Change address. Vehicle licence check and payment. Driver’s licence check and payment. Boat registration check and payment.
How do I contact DoT direct?
All phone enquiries must be made through our Customer Contact Centre on 13 11 56. You cannot phone a Driver and Vehicle Services centre or regional DoT office directly.
What is VicRoads called in Western Australia?
In 1983, the Country Roads Board was replaced by the Road Construction Authority, under the former Transport Act 1983. In 1989, the Road Traffic Authority was merged with the Road Construction Authority to form the Roads Corporation, trading under the name VicRoads.
How many demerit points do you get on green PS WA?
|Blood Alcohol Concentration||Zero (no alcohol in your system)|
|Demerit points||4 points for the first 6 months (Type 1 Novice) 8 points for the remaining 12 months (Type 2 Novice) You move from Type 1 to Type 2 Novice after you have held your provisional licence for a period of 12 months.|
How do I complain to transperth?
Transperth complaint contacts like Phone, email and support form
- Complaint via Phone number : 13 62 13.
- The Complaint via Email :
- Complaint via Support Form : Transperth Support Form.
- Transperth complaint website : transperth.wa.gov.au.
- Tweet: Transperth.
- Corporate Head Office address.
- More contact number’s of Transperth.
What is DOT registration?
A Department of Transportation (DOT) number is a number the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or FMCSA, assigns to registered commercial vehicles. All carrier vehicles that weigh more than a certain amount, carry specific amounts of paying passengers or operate between state lines require DOT numbers.
What is DOT registration number?
A USDOT number is a unique identifier that is given to companies that engage in interstate, and in some cases, intrastate, commerce. It aids in monitoring to streamline safety compliance and is used when conducting official audits, reviews, and accident investigations.
Can I drive a NSW registered car in WA?
A person purchasing a NSW-registered vehicle in WA does not have to drive it to NSW to transfer registration.
Is VicRoads run by the government?
VicRoads is a State Government agency that owns, manages and regulates the arterial road network, delivers road safety initiatives, and provides customer focused registration and licensing services.
How long do you lose demerit points for in WA?
Demerit points expire three years from the date of the offence unless you accrue 12 or more points (four or eight in the case of a novice driver) within a three-year period and an Excessive Demerit Points Notice (EDPN) is issued.
What does the WA Government do for transport?
Payments to government Taxation and duty Government administration management Accommodation management Facilities, fleet and equipment management Government financial management Procurement Health care Community health services Health insurance schemes
What does the Department of Finance do in WA?
We construct and maintain government buildings, manage major state projects, lead government procurement, and administer revenue, grant and subsidy schemes. Find out more about the Department of Finance.
Who is the Governor of the state of WA?
Government House is the Vice Regal office and residence of the Governor of Western Australia, and one of Perth’s premier cultural heritage sites. Find out more about the Government House. We promote the economic and social development of the Great Southern region.
Is the Department of transport receiving any calls?
The Department of Transport is receiving multiple calls from the general public stating that they have just missed a call from the Department of Transport.