Club Permit Scheme

                    THE VICTORIAN CLUB PERMIT SCHEME (CPS)

STEPS TO PLACE YOUR VEHICLE ON A CLUB PERMIT

The VicRoads forms required along with your Roadworthy to have your vehicle placed on the Club Permit System (CPS).

These forms* can be obtained from VicRoads or by down loading them from the VicRoads website as directed:

Log on to theVicRoads: Home Page

Double click on:             ‘Registration’

Double click on:            ‘Limited Use Permits’

Double click on:            ‘Club Permit Scheme’

Double click on:            ‘Get a Club permit’

Double click on:           ‘Step 4 – Complete the forms and get your application approved by your vehicle club’

Download:                     *Vehicle eligibility and standards declaration for club permit vehicles. [PDF 181kb]

Download:                      *Club permit application. [PDF 205kb]

  Photographs also required:

(These can be by USB, hard copies or emailed to davidsmallacombe@hotmail.com

  • Front of vehicle.
  • Back of vehicle
  • Driver’s side of vehicle.
  • Driver’s side with door open.
  • If possible but not compulsory a photo of chassis and engine numbers.

Forward the two completed forms along with your Roadworthy certificate and photographs (if not emailed) with a stamped self addressed envelope to:

Club Permit Officer

      Morris Register of Victoria Inc

      David Smallacombe

      25 Wilmot Street

      East Malvern Vic 3145

 The processed paperwork will be forwarded back to you.

Alternatively you can always call in (please ring first).

I will also supply a letter to VicRoads confirming that the applicant has supplied the photographs required.

 

RENEWING YOUR CLUB PERMIT

To renew your Club Permit for your vehicle on the Club Permit Scheme (CPS)

Forward your completed/signed paperwork along with a stamped self addressed envelope to:

Club Permit Officer

      Morris Register of Victoria Inc

      David Smallacombe

      25 Wilmot Street

      East Malvern Vic 3145

Upon completion I will return the processed paperwork and send an email confirming that it has been processed.

If you wish to include a cheque I can forward it direct to VicRoads.

Alternatively you can always call in (please ring first).

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Under the terms of VicRoads the Morris Register has to keep a scanned record of all signed & stamped paperwork plus the photographs that can be forwarded to VicRoads within five days if requested. This is why it is no longer possible to sign paperwork at club meetings).