Official fees and charges are being cut for owners of hail damaged cars.
The ACT government said it would give a rebate of up to $100 on stamp duty for vehicles worth up to $10,000 when they were bought to replace one that was damaged.
There wouldn't be any additional registration fees for a replacement vehicle.
"We will provide refunds for registration cancellation fees ($47.70) and vehicle establishment fees for those with vehicles written-off by hail damage and replaced," the ACT government said in a statement.
"There will be a vehicle roadworthy inspection fee rebate of $72.10 and an additional $55.30 should a basic identity inspection be required. This will assist those owners whose hail damaged vehicles are not being assessed through insurance claims."
When a car was written off, the ACT government said that any remaining registration and compulsory third-party insurance would be refunded from the date of the storm.
It is estimated that up to 30,000 vehicles were significantly damaged during the hailstorm that bombarded parts of the territory on January 20.
The storm was short-lived but devastating to cars parked in the open in some parts of the city.
"We recognise that the replacement of hail damaged cars would have been an unforeseen expense on the family budget," the ACT government said.
"Many drivers with comprehensive insurance will be spared these costs, but it is anticipated that there will be Canberrans that will be replacing their vehicles out of their own pocket, and these fees and charges would have added to the costs associated with purchasing a new car."
It said that the measures would "have a minimal impact on the budget".