Rego stickers to be scrapped

Car registration stickers are being scrapped by the NSW government.

The initiative means that from January 1 car owners will no longer have to attach the sticky registration labels to their windscreens.

Instead, police will verify if cars are registered or not by checking number plates with computers.

In getting rid of rego stickers, which have been used in NSW since 1932, the NSW government is following the lead of state governments in Western Australia and South Australia.

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