Here’s what you’ll need to drive in VIC

Driver Requirements

Vehicle Requirements

Vehicles must meet the state government’s requirements and be in excellent condition, free of damage and decals. The vehicle must:

Document Requirements

You will need to submit a copy of your current driver’s licence. In addition, you must have held a full driver’s licence in VIC for six months to provide rideshare services.

You will need to provide an alternative ID (other than your driver’s licence), such as a valid passport, Immi card, Australian or NZ birth certificate or citizenship certificate.

You must ensure that your vehicle passes a vehicle inspection by Redbook Pty Ltd every 12 months. You will need to submit the full report of vehicle inspection report issued within 12 months of your application.

Please allow up to 3 business days for us to review your application. Once your application is approved, we will activate your account, and you can start earning!

Signage Requirements

The stickers must be visible to persons approaching them and placed in a spot where they cannot be removed by a person sitting in the driver’s seat.

More information can be found at https://cpv.vic.gov.au/vehicle-owners/vehicle-identification.

After your registration is approved, you will receive 2 x self-adhesive Turvy Stickers by post. In addition, most states and territories’ regulations require that you display signs indicating that the vehicle is being used to provide passenger services. Penalties may apply if you do not comply with such requirements. Please visit the link below or contact your state or territory’s regulatory authority for more information about signage.


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