Club Permit Scheme (CPS)

The Club Permit Scheme (previously called Red Plates) is a scheme under which Club Members can obtain a Permit to drive their Unregistered vehicles on a public road for up to 90 days per year.

Vehicles must be more than 25 years old and be in a roadworthy condition. The Permit allows for either 45 or 90 days of use per year. A log book is used to record your use of the vehicle. Steep fines can be incurred for incorrect use or abuse of the scheme. The Club has extensive Policies and Procedures in place, which deal with how the Club Permit Scheme runs within our Club.

You must have been a Club member for at least 3 Months BEFORE you can apply to obtain a Club Permit for your Vehicle. This is so you can involve yourself in the many activities of the Club and get to know some of the Club members and they you.

For more information you must contact the LROCV Club Permit Scheme Registrar by emailing before you apply for a Club Permit. 

More information from the Association of Motoring Clubs and the RACV Motoring Interests program can be found here AOMC

Remember that obtaining a Club Permit for your vehicle is a Privilege NOT a Right and is NOT Cheap registration.

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