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New Zealand has recently launched its NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) App. This, according to the Ministry of Transport, aims to streamline services and enhance accessibility for drivers.

“The NZTA App will enable an easier way for Kiwis to pay for Vehicle Registration and Road User Charges (RUC). It will also display expiry dates for cars’ Warrants of Fitness, Vehicle Registrations, and RUC end distance,” Transport Minister Simeon Brown says in a statement.

“Future App updates will also allow users to easily pay tolls and view their vehicles’ safety ratings.”

Apart from this, the app will reportedly make it easier to deliver a Digital Driver Licence in New Zealand.

“Cutting out unnecessary bureaucracy and delivering the services New Zealanders need in a convenient and timely way is a priority for this Government, and the way we can do that is by delivering digital solutions,” Mr Brown says.

“This App will reduce the barriers for Kiwis who want to interact with transport public services, making government more accessible.”

“The Digital Drivers Licence is an important step towards digitising Government, which will ultimately lead us to better digital services and better outcomes for the public,” Digitising Government Minister Judith Collins says.

“I want to encourage New Zealand drivers to help us with testing this new App. Your engagement and feedback will help greatly improve the functionality of the services and information available before a version is released to app stores in coming months,” she adds.

Users can visit this site for details about how to download the Beta NZTA App.

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