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The cost of registering cars in Queensland will rise, meaning drivers will pay an extra $12-$23 depending on their car's engine. Dear Lifehacker, I just received my vehicle registration renewal notice from VicRoads today. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles does indeed indicate that the registration fee for a standard passenger vehicle is $US52.75.
The Victorian calculation uses a more granular approach which factors in the location of the vehicle.
However, the amount you pay in Victoria doesn’t just cover registering the vehicle (as it does in the Texan example). Car registration fees are undoubtedly annoying, but comparing a simple registration fee from the US with a selected example from the Australia that incorporates insurance costs and safety funding doesn’t make sense. The large majority is insurance anyway - but frankly I don't see how this couldn't be included in comprehensive insurance which should be mandatory for everyone with a vehicle anyway.
There are two basic types of policies - comprehensive (~$1500-2500 pa) or third party, fire and theft (~$200-$500 pa, depending on where your car is garaged and how old you are). Roads in Victoria, for example, are significantly less well maintained that roads in the area of Texas I lived in for a decade up until 2006. While I cannot speak for the remainder of the country I travelled extensively for work during that time in the US and all the roads from small Farm to Market roads, through to Texas Highways and Interstates were from a good standard to excellent.
Additionally our road systems have to cover way more physical distance per head of poulation than does the road in the US. Overall, my driving experience in the US was way more enjoyable than my driving experience in Australia.

I am not sure where you got this information from, i drove in California in 2004 and i don't remember seeing a single pot hole any where, all the roads had line markings on the edges and all roads had turn out lanes as well as overtaking lanes to allow faster traffic past. The US might have money to fix their roads - which are "necessities" if it weren't for the fact that they spend so much on "amenities". The real problem is figuring out why there is such a difference in price between the different states. Simply put, you are driving on different roads covered by a different compensation scheme(s) for accident victims and property so it would only be coincidence if you did pay the same rego. Drivers will pay approximately 35 percent less for their plates starting in 2016, which represents an average savings of $65 per year. That said, trying to compare the cost of living between entirely different economies is rarely constructive.
For a conventional passenger vehicle in the metropolitan area, that does work out at $696.50.
While some states (such as NSW and Queensland) let you choose your own insurer to cover the cost of injuries to others in accidents, Victoria has centralised that function in the TAC. As a result, wealthy areas will have well laid roads while others will be cracked and worn without a chance of recovery.
As it is, on my third party, fire and theft policy if I am in an accident of any but the most minor type, it would be cheaper for me to buy a new car than pay the excess to get it repaired. Unless you'd prefer to pay $50,000 out of your own pocket for that other car you just wrote off in an accident. CTP only covers injuries sustained by people injured by your vehicle, it doesn't cover property damage, including damage to the other vehicle. And while road mantenance on the interstates is covered by the Federal Highway Administration, the states, cities and counties cover their own road budgets. Contrast this with the roads where i live, many don't even have centre line marking but they do have foot wide six inch deep potholes a plenty. I was paying around $700 a year when I lived in Victoria, moved to New South Wales and am now paying around $1100 a year all up.

The costs will always be different in each state as long the relevant part of regulation is managed at the state level and not federally.
Just make sure you’re campaigning about the actual issue at hand, not a largely spurious comparison with an overseas location. Third Party Property insurance will cover vehicle damage costs but is usually loaded with caveats about negligence and proper maintenance of your own vehicle. In fact highway construction throughout the Austin and surrounding areas has grown since then even during the depths of the GFC. I dare you to drive on the Princess, Pacific or Bruce Highways and tell me these are well funded roads.
They now charge a small fortune in my state for registration; It's like paying for the vehicle twice. I was curious and discovered a few sources on the web showing that the average amount a Texan pays for car registration is $US52.75. Even with that added, it is a lot lower than the Victorian charges (though it’s worth noting that in other US states, the figures can be much higher and the methods more complex). Get comprehensive if you have a car worth more that $15000 or a modded car and you want to be covered for all eventualities (flood, tree branch falling on it, vandalism). Registration has nothing to do with the amount you use roads; they should get all the funds from the gas taxes - people who use roads more would then pay more for said use. Don't get it if you drive a $2000 pos because you largely don't care about your own car, you only want to make sure you don't get sued if you get involved in a bingle.
This example is for the combined radio and TV licence and dates from 1957 by which time ITV was on the air and the number of "radio only" licences were declining.

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