CH, H, M & RP Vehicle Registration Plates

Financial members of CCRMIT 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). CCRMIT's signed agreement with VicRoads allows our club to participate in the Club Permit Scheme.

Many people incorrectly refer to this scheme as ‘cheap rego’, ‘club rego’, or ‘red plates’.

It is important to understand that this is not vehicle registration but rather a ‘Permit To Drive an unregistered v

Vehicle' under restricted use provisions. A reduced insurance premium is payable based on the fact that the vehicle is not in regular use.

As of January 31st, 2015 VicRoads has reviewed the VicRoads Club Permit Scheme.

CCRMIT is currently in the process of updating all relevant sytems within tyhe Club and apologises for the current delays.

CCRMIT's authorised VicRoads delegateswill be advised during the week commencing Monday 1st April.

All Club related enquiries re VicRoads Club Permit Scheme  should be directed to Murray Price or Mark Egan.

They are responsible for overseeing the scheme within the club. 

Murray Price is the only person authorised by VicRoads to sign application and renewal forms.

Murray Price and Mark Egan's contact details can be found on the Committee page on this website.

CCRMIT requires you to have a current Roadworthy Certificate when you apply for a New Club Registration.

For more information see the AOMC site. 

This site includes details on the VicRoads Club Permit Scheme and a comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions.

All new 'Rally Car' RP Scheme applications will to be processed via the VicRoads Rally Permit Scheme.

All applications for rally permits must be approved by CAMS, prior to being submitted to VicRoads. All enquiries regarding rally permits, should be addressed to Stuart Lawless (