Car registrations will rise between $3 and $6, while renewed licenses may cost as much as $10 more in the coming financial year.
The state government has released its lists of fee and charges increases, saying these will be well under the rate of inflation.
It says the costs have been calculated using a combination of public sector wages and increases in price, with the increase about 2 percentage points for 2022-23 - below the CPI, which sits at 4.7pc in Adelaide.
Treasurer Stephen Mullighan said this was an acknowledgement of the increasing pressures on SA residents.
"South Australians are doing it tough with cost-of-living pressures and it will be a relief to many South Australians that increases in government fees and charges are being kept well below inflation," he said.
"The Malinauskas Labor Government are acutely aware of current cost of living pressures and will continue to ensure South Australians are protected from any unnecessary increases.
"This is a blow to fledgling Opposition treasury spokesperson Matt Cowdrey, who issued a fear-mongering media release last week warning fees and charges were 'set to soar'."
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