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Cuffie 27-09-2019 07:08 PM

B Class Rego
 
Anyone have any idea on how much B Class rego is in WA ? Previously Iíve paid around 80 dollars. Iím being told at DOT two figures now 400 plus and 380. For a sanctioned event only rego thatís excessive!! Vic rec rego is 80 bucks and you can trail ride with it

big orse 27-09-2019 11:45 PM

B Class Rego
 
Hey cuffie, no one is really running it anymore over here. For our events now you can purchase a one event rego for $30-$40. Iím guessing it will be available for a4de in 2021 too.

Biggest problem with b class rego was paying the ridiculous stamp duty.


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Cuffie 27-09-2019 11:53 PM

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Originally Posted by big orse (Post 2060522)
Hey cuffie, no one is really running it anymore over here. For our events now you can purchase a one event rego for $30-$40. Iím guessing it will be available for a4de in 2021 too.

Biggest problem with b class rego was paying the ridiculous stamp duty.


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Cheers Faz,

I was exempt from stamp duty as I previously paid it with my vic rec rego. I missed the permit cut off due to work issues by a couple of days so my only way to race this weekend was getting it B classed. Which at the time I was happy to do until they tried to hit me with a 400 plus rego for 12 months. All my 3 other b classed bikes were around 80 dollars for the 12 months rego previously. Iím just trying to find someone with current B class registration, to see what they are paying

big orse 28-09-2019 12:01 AM

Oh spewing you missed the cut off. The last bike I did cost me about $350-$400 which was back in 2015


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Cuffie 28-09-2019 01:12 AM

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Originally Posted by big orse (Post 2060525)
Oh spewing you missed the cut off. The last bike I did cost me about $350-$400 which was back in 2015


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Yeah I was spewing but what can you do. Was that price including stamp duty ?

Phildo 28-09-2019 12:10 PM

It's all about the insurance classification - that's where the money goes.

Check the rego paper, or log in to DOTDirect, check what insurance classification your bike has and compare that with other B-class bikes.

According to DOTDirect a B-class bike I had back in 2001 one had an insurance classification of 7A.

Annual insurance cost for 7A is currently $62.70, so that's what should be on your bike's registration.

https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/lice...-insurance.asp
(Click on Motor Injury Insurance (MII) fees)

big orse 28-09-2019 03:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Cuffie (Post 2060527)
Yeah I was spewing but what can you do. Was that price including stamp duty ?



Yeah pretty sure it was.


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Cuffie 28-09-2019 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Phildo (Post 2060536)
It's all about the insurance classification - that's where the money goes.

Check the rego paper, or log in to DOTDirect, check what insurance classification your bike has and compare that with other B-class bikes.

According to DOTDirect a B-class bike I had back in 2001 one had an insurance classification of 7A.

Annual insurance cost for 7A is currently $62.70, so that's what should be on your bike's registration.

https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/lice...-insurance.asp
(Click on Motor Injury Insurance (MII) fees)

Thanks Phildo, They were spruking the insurance classification as the reason there was an increase over the last 4 years. And to be honest I was wondering why there was insurance on the rego at all. It would be null and void if something happened during an event anyhow. Quite you would be doubling up with rego insurance and Ma race lic. insurance too. Great stuff


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