Vintage and street rod registration (club event)
Vintage and street rod registration is known as club event registration. You must be a member of a recognised car club to have vehicles registered under club event registration.
Vehicle must meet and be maintained to relevant roadworthiness standards.
Vintage vehicles must be:
Street Rods must be:
Also eligible for Rod prefix registration plates are;
Club event vehicles can only be used:
They must not:
You are not required to pay motor tax for club event registered vehicles.
You will also pay a reduced MAIB premium.
Have your vehicle inspected by an authorised club official of the recognised club and be provided with an application form and club declaration
You will need to visit a Service Tasmania with:
If you are approved for club event registration, you will receive a:
To renew club event registration you must provide:
To transfer ownership of a vehicle with club event registration the new owner must be able to provide a declaration signed by an official from their club. A transfer fee is required but no duty applies.
To change from club event to full registration you will need to:
You will pay a transfer fee but no duty to complete this transfer.
To become a registered car club you must provide:
Further information may be requested on top of what is listed.
The required documents should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org