The Government has announced that the Clean Car Discount (CCD) is ending on 31 December 2023. To get a rebate, applications for an eligible registered vehicle need to be successfully submitted on the NZTA website by 11:59pm, 31 December 2023.

Key points

1. Clean Car Discount ends on 31/12/2023. No CCD fees or rebates apply to vehicles registered after this date.

2. NZTA cannot pay any rebates after 31 January. There will be no exceptions.

3. Correct applications for rebates for eligible vehicles should submitted as soon as possible to avoid missing out.

4. New VEEEL labels will be available from 1 January and are required to be displayed on the yard or online from 1 January 2024.

5. There is no change to the Clean Car Standard scheme

What else you need to know


• The deadline to submit rebate applications is 11:59pm on 31 December 2023. Applicants must ensure all details and required documents (such as proof of bank account, and sale and purchase agreement) are provided with the application to avoid missing out on the rebate payment. Online rebate applications submitted after 11:59pm on 31 December 2023 won’t be accepted. The service will be blocked.

• The Government has determined that the last day that rebates can be paid is 31 January 2024. If an application is incomplete and/or requires follow up, then it’s at risk of missing the payment deadline of 31 January 2023. NZTA can’t pay rebates after 31 January 2024, regardless of cause.

• Only registered parties can apply. Dealer applications must be using the vehicle for business purposes and will need to supply the required documentation, such as the signed statutory declaration, in order for their applications to be processed.


• Eligible vehicles registered up to and on 31 December 2023 will be required to pay the CCD fee at registration.

• Incorrect registrations completed in December 2023, seeking correction in 2024, will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Refunding of CCD fees won’t be automatic.

• No vehicles will be subject to a CCD fee from 1 January 2024, unless considered a 2023 registration correction.

Škoda range NZ Govt. Clean Car Pricing
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The New Zealand Government Clean Car Discount scheme aims to reduce transport emissions to help meet the country's 2050 carbon neutral target.

This programme consists of rebates and fees for new and used eligible vehicles the first time they are registered in New Zealand, based on CO2 emissions.

If you choose to purchase a Škoda zero or low-emission vehicle, you may be eligible for a rebate. The lower the emissions the greater the rebate.

Fees will also be imposed on vehicles with higher emissions in recognition of the increased environmental and economic costs they are imposing.

Vehicles with moderate emissions will not incur a fee and may even be eligible for a rebate.

How to apply

If you wish to apply for a rebate, you must complete the online application form, including reading and agreeing to the terms and conditions, which can be found here.

In completing the application, you will be required to provide the following supporting documentation:

• a copy of the vehicle offer and sale agreement (or such alternative documentation as Waka Kotahi deems necessary in the circumstances);

• proof of the registered person's bank account;

• GST number if the vehicle is being used for business purposes

Rebates and fees for vehicles

The rebates and fees for vehicles will depend on the type of vehicle you have purchased and the time at which the vehicle is registered. Please visit the NZTA website for full details.

NZ government Clean Car Programme

Clean Car Discount 1 July 2023 changes

Clean Car rebate or fee information is now displayed within the model range section of our website. For further information on the New Zealand Government Clean Car Discount scheme please click here to learn more at Waka Kotahi or contact your local Škoda dealer.

Please note:

• The above figures for rebates and fees are indicative only.

• Where we have indicated the dollar value of a rebate or fee for a vehicle elsewhere on our website or in our marketing materials, that figure is indicative only.

• If rebate funds are exhausted at any given time, no rebate will be paid. Once the scheme restarts, only vehicles registered from the restart date that meet the eligibility requirements will qualify for a rebate.

• While we do our best to make sure that information available on this page is accurate and free from errors, we do not guarantee its accuracy.

• The Clean Car Scheme is not administered by the Giltrap Group. We do not accept liability for any loss or damage which may result either directly or indirectly from reliance by you upon the accuracy or currency of information contained on this page or any information published by any third party (such as Waka Kotahi) about the Clean Car Scheme.

• This page contain links to other websites (“Linked Websites”). As the content and maintenance of Linked Websites is out of our control, please be aware that we are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of those websites. Links on this page to Linked Sites do not necessarily endorse those Linked Sites.

Clean Car discount Scheme FAQS

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NZ Govt. Clean Car Discount Scheme

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Apply for the Government Clean Car rebate on the NZTA website. 

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