Concessional Registration Scheme

The Veteran Vintage and Classic Motorcycle Club of ACT Inc.
Concessional Registration in the ACT

Any VVCMCC member wishing to take out CRS on a machine
should contact one of the District Assistant Registrars.
They will tell you what is required and, if the machine is eligible,
will issue you with the necessary form.

A list of Club Registrars can be found in the monthly Club Newsletter.


Current information regarding the
ACT Concessional Registration Scheme
is available from the Council of ACT Motor Clubs



A copy of the
"Guidelines for Australian Capital Territory
Concessional Registration Scheme for
Veteran, Vintage and Historic Motor Vehicles"

can be downloaded HERE
(167kb PDF)




A copy of the

"Guide to Club Registrar Duties"
can be downloaded HERE
(82kb PDF)

NSW Classic Vehicle Log Book Trial

Transport for NSW and Roads and Maritime Services have developed a Classic Vehicle Log Book trial for classic vehicles 30 years of age or older.
The log book trial will allow classic vehicles to be used for 60 days of general use (i.e. maintenance and personal use) each year, outside of club organised events. Each day’s use must be recorded in a log book issued at a registry or service centre.
The log book trial will operate for two years, with an evaluation to be completed during this period as part of Roads and Maritime’s review of the overall Conditional Registration Scheme.
The VVCMCC is officially listed as one of the clubs participating in this trial.

Details of the trial can be seen
HERE





MORE INFORMATION
about Concessional Registration
in the Australian Capital Territory
can be found at:

www.rego.act.gov.au



MORE INFORMATION
about Concessional Registration
in New South Wales
can be found at:

www.rta.nsw.gov.au


A Statutory Declaration Form
to claim an exemption from
stamp duty
on club registered bikes can be downloaded by
clicking on the link below.

Stamp Duty Exemption

VVH motor vehicles are exempt from duty on upon the establishment of registration where the vehicle:

  • is first being registered after restoration and has not been registered under the Road Transport (Vehicle Registration) Act 1999 or a corresponding law within the preceding two years from this date; and,
  • will carry number plates that signify the vehicle is classified as a VVH motor vehicle.

The ACT Revenue Office has advised that for an exemption of this type to be granted, the applicant must complete a statutory declaration stating the above conditions apply to the vehicle being registered.

If within a period of three years after the registration of a vehicle, which has been exempted from duty as described above and the vehicle is then re-established into general registration and continues to be operated by the same person who received the duty exemption, then duty will be payable, equal to the amount which would have been duty payable upon the establishment of registration.


Download a Statutory Declaration Form
by clicking on the button below

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VVCMCC Policy on Overnight and Other Runs
in Addition to Club Events

The Concessional Registration Scheme is only viable if Clubs adhere to the governing rules. A member can have his/her Concessional Registration revoked and Plates confiscated if they are found not to comply.

The Club endorses the use of V Plate Bikes if the following are adhered to:

Overnight runs:
  • Date and destination of the event approved by the Committee. The event will not be approved if it clashes with important events for the Club such as but not limited to the Swap Meet, Presentation Dinner.
  • The event once approved by the Committee will appear in the Magazine and Website as an upcoming Club event.
  • A roll call is to be provided to the Registrar at the conclusion of the event.
  • Overnight runs are open to all members

Additional Runs (generally overnight runs) organised by Club Members:
  • Each participant to request permission to take a V Plate bike from the Registrar prior to the event. The participants approval from the Registrar should be taken to the event as proof of approval in case of any issues with Police etc.
  • The event will not appear as an upcoming Club event, it will not be advertised.
  • Additional runs are generally by invitation only

No Morisset Points for either as Points are for local events only

Back up trailer: if not required elsewhere by the Club, may be borrowed for the overnight event or additional run. $40 petrol reimbursement will be provided for Overnight runs endorsed by the Club and listed as an upcoming event. No reimbursement for additional runs organised by Club members.

Whoever organises the event takes responsibility for the event.

The organiser may apply for a MA Permit if the organiser feels it appropriate.

Attendance at other Clubs Rallies and runs are permissible if they have been noted in the Clubs magazine or Website.

  • Morisset Points will not be awarded for attendance at other Clubs Rallies.
  • Back up trailer may be borrowed if not required by the Club however there will be no petrol reimbursement for its use.