From 1 September, taxi, rideshare, bus and chauffeured vehicle owners will no longer be required to attend a Service SA centre to renew registration.
Action is being taken to remove light vehicles fitted with critical defective Takata airbag inflators from the road network. The defective airbags are highly dangerous and can mis-deploy, resulting in death or serious injury.
Due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements, the number of licence test and course participants is restricted based on available space.
Owners of electric, hybrid or hydrogen powered vehicles are legally required to have safety labels on their vehicle’s number plates to help protect emergency workers.
To alleviate pressure on the health system in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, temporary measures have been put in place for licence holders required to submit a Certificate of Fitness.
A number of tests and service centre transactions suspended due to COVID-19 are being carefully reintroduced by Service SA
Basic and advanced Rider Safe motorcycle training courses are resuming from mid June.
Service SA has now resumed Learner Theory Testing, with suitable COVID-19 safety provisions in place.
A number of customers have reported a potential scam phone call from a person alleging they are from Service SA.
The safety of customers and staff remains our highest priority in the face of community concerns relating to COVID-19 (coronavirus).