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The Victorian Club Permit Scheme

The Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria Inc. is an approved club for all 3 categories under the club permit scheme, by Vic Roads.

Financial Members of the Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria Inc. have the opportunity to apply to register their vehicles using this scheme and enjoy the benefits including largely reduced registration costs, which can be extremely benificial to those that own more than one collectible or special vehicle fitting within the guidelines of the club permit scheme.

The Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria Inc. has now implimented its own new policy for Financial Members of our club wishing to utilise the Victorian Club Permit Scheme with their club eligible vehicles.
Managing the new CPS takes a fair bit of the CP officer’s time and to ensure the club is not abused by members joining just to have their vehicles on a ”cheap registration” we are implement a policy of members with vehicles on the C.P.S. having to attend club run events. It will also help the club grow by having a larger number of C.P.S. vehicles at club events.
Part of this policy is a declaration which must be signed and submitted to the Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria's Club Permit Officer together with the applicant's Club Permit Registration Form and other required documents. (The full list of requirements are listed below)

A copy of the Chevrolet Car Club of Vic's Club Permit Scheme Policy can be downloaded here (PDF)

A copy of the Chevrolet Car Club of Vic's Club Permit Scheme Declaration can be downloaded here (PDF)

Click here for information on How To Apply to have your vehicle on the Club Permit Scheme (PDF)

 

Latest News on the Victorian Club Permit Scheme - April 2014

We have been informed that Vic Roads will soon be announcing significant changes to the current Victorian Club Permit Scheme, with the major focus relating to Modified Vehicles. A summary of these changes has been put together from a recent AOMC (Association of Motoring Clubs) seminar and can be viewed here:
Summary of Forthcoming Changes to the Club Permit Scheme - (PDF - 3.45Mb)

 


Note: The below information and any relevant PDF Documents have been sourced from the Vic Roads Website on 2 March 2011, therefore please check with Vic Roads for any possible updates to this information after this date.

Source: Vic Roads

The Victorian Club Permit Scheme (Summary)

A club permit can be issued to the following vehicles in the following categories:

  • Veteran vehicles - manufactured before 1 January 1919
  • Vintage vehicles - manufactured after 31 December 1918 and before 1 January 1931
  • Classic & Historic vehicles manufactured after 31 December 1930, but more than 25 years before the date of the application for a club permit.

These categories can include trailers and modified vehicles such as street rods. Vehicles which are replicas of vehicles in the above categories may also be issued with a club permit.

Note: From 1 February 2011 changes will be introduced to the club permit scheme to allow club vehicles to use the road for any purpose for up to 90 or 45 days within the permit period. Further details can be found in the Revised Club Permit Scheme brochure - November 2010 [PDF]

There are also a revised set of regulations - Road Safety (Vehicles) Amendment (Club Permit) Regulations 2010

For the current Vic Roads Club Permit Fees, please visit the Vic Roads Website at www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/Home/Registration/FeesFormsAndFAQs/Fees/PermitFees.htm


Applying for a club permit.

To apply for a Victorian Club Permit as a member of the Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria Inc. you will need to:

  • Submit a completed Club Permit Scheme Registration form - (PDF) together with:

  • Submit a completed Club Permit Scheme Declaration - (PDF)

  • Be a current financial member of the Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria Inc. (And remain a current financial member during the period of registration)
    (To become a member of the Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria Inc. go to our membership section here)

  • Provide written verification by the Club Permit Officer that the applicant for the club permit is a current financial member of the Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria Inc.

  • Provide a current Victorian Certificate of Roadworthiness (R.W.C.) for the vehicle to be registered on the Club Permit Scheme.

  • Adhere to the current Club Permit policy as specified by the Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria Inc.
    A copy of our Club Permit Scheme policy can be downloaded here (PDF)

  • Include the relevant Permit Fee - (For the current fees, visit the Vic Roads Website at www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/Home/Registration/FeesFormsAndFAQs/Fees/PermitFees.htm)

  • Obtain a current copy of the Victorian Club Permit Scheme Handbook. (See Below)

  • To All Clubs and Individuals:
    The Association of Motoring Clubs (AOMC) has developed a Handbook for the newly introduced 90 day Permit scheme.
    This document outlines all aspects of the scheme and is a must for participants in the scheme and for prospective owners who may be considering placing their vehicles on the scheme.
    Cost is $5.00 per book. ($6.00 posted.) Bulk orders $3.50 each in 100 lots. Bulk orders are welcomed.
    For information or to purchase a copy or copies, contact the AOMC via their Website or ring Graeme on (03) 9555 0133.

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