OKA Rego in WA

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28 Sep 2019 15:48 #1 by FC101
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Hello All

Just wanting to know from someone in WA how much their OKA costs for rego per year and is it lic as a panelvan, bus,dualcab etc. on rego papers.

Thanks Gaz

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29 Sep 2019 12:17 #2 by Hydramech
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Hi Gaz, My rego is for a mobile caravan or as stated MOBCVN . Cost $653.90 for 12 months
Cheers Kev
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30 Sep 2019 07:21 #3 by FC101
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Thanks for the reply Kev. That's not a bad price for 12 months.
Cheers Gaz

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02 Oct 2019 01:00 #4 by Tony Lee
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Mine is more than $800 but it is still a crew cab.
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02 Oct 2019 07:24 #5 by Paul Scherek
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Now you have me REALLY envious, Tony. I love Austria......
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02 Oct 2019 18:21 #6 by Peter_n_Margaret
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Unless Tony is lost, I think he is currently in Greece :)
Cheers,
Peter

Cheers, Peter.
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02 Oct 2019 22:45 #7 by Tony Lee
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Looked it up
$895 for crew cab - includes insurance

One day I'm sure I'll get around to getting it reclassified.

(Peter & Paul - in Austria heading for Greece)
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05 Oct 2019 05:48 #8 by FC101
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Thanks for the replies everyone. Great to know the cost difference between camper and dualcab etc. About the same price as my current troopy so I could live with that price.

Thanks Gaz

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20 Oct 2019 12:51 #9 by mort
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Hi Gaz,
My oka cost $694.00 for the year.
Martyn
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20 Oct 2019 13:23 #10 by FC101
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Gday Martyn

What body style is yours lic as martyn? .I see there is a bit of a price difference between the crew cab and the camper van etc. thanks for the reply.
Gaz

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07 Nov 2019 17:55 #11 by mort
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Hi Gaz,
Mine is a camper which is easier to get approved than a motor home.
Martyn
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11 Nov 2019 10:06 #12 by T-Rex 146
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Hi Mort, ours is rego'd as a panel Van as it was empty when we rego'd it and it cost *$895 a year!! Yours is rego'd as a camper, what did you have to do to classify it as such, and did it have to be inspected as that is a big price difference? Thanks

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11 Nov 2019 18:21 #13 by mort
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Hi Trevor and Mary,
Mine was the same as yours a panel van,
The difference with a camper and a motor home is camper has outside cooking and to go with it outside gas bottle so mine has gas bottle mounted between fuel tank and rear wheel and the cooker is in a hatch compartment above that slides out and drops down and connects via a hose to bottle so no need for venting or gas compliance tag but the compartment has to be sealed to prevent leakage to the inside, if you have 240v it will have to be tagged in my case the oka came with 240v but I disconnected when I go over pits and connect back up after and never been asked about it.
A motor home is the same as a caravan hard wired and plumbed gas and electrics with tags and suitable venting.
Both have to be set up for camping eg bed, storage,cooking yours would easily pass as a camper unless you have changed from when I last saw it.
Yes it will have to go over the pits for inspection but see your local licencing centre first as you will need paper work before inspection.
Martyn
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