Service NSW app updates mobile features

Wednesday, 26 October, 2016

The updated Service NSW app now enables customers to complete vehicle transactions on their mobiles.

Those with a linked MyServiceNSW account can renew their vehicle registration, receive alerts, view or pay vehicle fines and update their licence details.

In addition, the app’s newest feature enables customers to complete notice of disposal requests.

“Being able to complete vehicle transactions using your smartphone or tablet from your home or office is just one of many ways we’re making it easier for customers to interact with government,” said Minister for Finance, Services and Property, Dominic Perrottet.

“You can now relinquish a sold car quickly and easily before it has even reversed out of your driveway.”

According to Perrottet, the government is continuing to investigate ways to make it easier for customers to complete transactions via MyServiceNSW.

“Service NSW are continuing to investigate ways to improve the licensing process to make it more convenient but most importantly, secure,” he said.

“We are moving towards a greater digital footprint which will streamline processes for customers and keep their sensitive information safe.”

With the upcoming launch of digital licences, customers will also be able to carry virtual licences on their phones, further reducing the threat of mail theft.

“Digital licences will be a game changer for our citizens, offering benefits of security and convenience,” Perrottet said.

More than 750,000 customers have now signed up for a MyServiceNSW account. For more information, visit To download the mobile app, visit the iTunes Store or Google Play.

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