About the Club Permit Scheme
Financial members of Melton Motor Sports Club Inc. are eligible to apply to drive their Historic vehicles under the VicRoads Club Permit Scheme.
VicRoads is responsible for running this scheme in conjunction with The AOMC (Association of Motoring Clubs).
The Club Permit Scheme is not vehicle registration – it is a special type of “permit to drive” an unregistered vehicle, under restricted use provisions. A reduced third-party insurance premium is payable, based on the fact that the vehicle is not in regular use.
Special rules and conditions apply to the use of vehicles under the Club Permit Scheme. Take note of the restrictions relating to modifications and commercial use under these rules. Refer to the vicroads website for more information: VicRoads Website – Club Permits
Additional Club Rules relating to permits
- Permits will be cancelled for any member who is not financial one month after their membership expiry
- All vehicles on club permits must be registered in the club’s database with pictures of the vehicle
- Club permit renewal form will only be signed at club meetings on presentation of a valid membership card
- Renewals will be recorded by a club permit officer in the club database.
Applying for a Club Permit:
Please visit the above link to the VicRoads Website. Once all of the requirements are met there, then you can have a club official sign off at a Monthly Club meeting. They are held on the Last Tuesday of every month at the Melton Country Club.
Renewing your Club Permit:
This can be done at a Monthly Club meeting. They are held on the Last Tuesday of every month at the Melton Country Club.
Renewing by Post:
Post your signed renewal form, copy of Current Membership card and stamped self addressed envelope to:
Your form will then be sent back to you once a club official has signed it, then you can follow the process as per VicRoads. Please allow sufficient time for the postal service.