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    Default Re: changes to the club permit system in vic

    Hi,

    NSW is looking at implementing something along the lines of the Victorian one, but there's a fair bit of understandable resistance to implementing it.

    I'll have to re-read up on it, but you pay (for the Vic scheme) some coin to allow you to use it for x-days (or trips) per annum. This is great for someone with one historic plated car, which they want to (or are able) to use fairly often. But, if you got a few historic cars and/or don't drive them often, it becomes expensive.

    For me, I prefer the existing NSW scheme as it suits me best, costs nothing, and I can drive them once per week - which is more than enough for me.

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    Default Re: changes to the club permit system in vic

    are they looking at modified vehicles?
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    Default Re: changes to the club permit system in vic

    So our system is changing at the end of the month.

    https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/regi...1-january-2015

    All cars going on to the system will have to have a roadworthy. If they are modified beyond what would pass a normal roadyworthy, then they need to be engineered and will receive "M plates" designating them as modified historic cars.

    The cars currently on the system already don't have any rules being applied to them retrospectively, which is good... but means that the police and vicroads still have a fair bit of work to do to get the small percentage of inappropriate cars off the roads.

    Will be interesting to see how that plays out.
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    Default Re: changes to the club permit system in vic

    From VSI33 itself:

    "4.3 Previous modifications
    An existing CPS vehicle that has, at some time in the
    past, undergone a modification that is an assessable
    modification according to these guidelines, does not
    have to be re-certified to retain its permit provided:
    - Evidence of Australian registration history in its
    current modified condition can be supplied; or
    - Evidence in the form of a VASS Approval Certificate
    (or interstate equivalent or an engineering assessment
    report issued under Victoria’s earlier Recognised
    Engineering Signatory Scheme) relating to the
    modification, can be supplied; and
    - The vehicle has not been subjected to further
    assessable modification."

    My interpretation of this is cars already on the scheme can't be told to go to M plates since they were modified and on the CPS before the rules changed (31st Jan 2015). Does that sound correct?
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    Default Re: changes to the club permit system in vic

    as long as it has been engineered for normal rego prior to going on CPS?

    but if modified between normal rego and CPS, with no engineering, that it needs to be certified?
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    Default Re: changes to the club permit system in vic

    Does this affect the NSW attempts at a similar rego scheme? I was of the understanding the Vic scheme is not working out well, from an administrative perspective, due to the above comments with too many modified cars not being properly engineered?

    I heard NSW was baulking at a similar scheme. Not sure what the progress is on the NSW scheme, but while ever it remains as it is I am happy.
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