ACT Concessional Registration Scheme (CRS)
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The Council co-manages the ACT’s Concessional Registration Scheme (CRS) in partnership with the ACT Road Transport Authority (RTA).
The CRS provides for the registration of veteran, vintage and historic vehicles and motor cycles at a concessional rate under the following conditions:
- The owner must be a financial member of a club
- That club must be affiliated with the Council
- The vehicle must have been manufactured at least thirty years prior
- The vehicle must comply with the RTA/Council modification policy for CRS vehicles
- Vehicle use must comply with the Government’s CRS rules
- The vehicle must carry a log book and all trips must be entered prior to departure and completed on return
- The vehicle must be endorsed annually by the Registrar of the club to which the vehicle’s owner belongs
Currently there are nearly 1200 vehicles on CRS in the ACT.
For information on registering a vehicle under the ACT's Concessional Registration Scheme or the NSW Conditional Registration, speak with the Registrar or a CACTMC Delegate for your Club, or attend one of the CACTMC General Meetings and discuss it with one of the CACTMC executive.
Further details on veteran, vintage and historic registration in ACT is available from the ACT's Roads & Traffic Authority (RTA).
NSW Classic Vehicle Scheme (CVS)
The NSW government has developed the Classic Vehicle Scheme (CVS) for registration of modified vehicles in NSW. The new scheme caters for vehicles 30 and older which do not conform to the current Historic scheme. To be eligible, the vehicle and owner must both reside in NSW. Refer to the RMS web site for further details: RMS CVS
NSW’s Council of Motor Clubs (CMC) provides links to all of the required forms for the scheme: CMC forms
The Australian Confederation of Motor Clubs (ACMC) has produced a Guidelines document which contains samples of each of the forms with instructions for their completion. The guideline document is accessible via the following CMC link: ACMC Guidelines
This information is provided for NSW residents who may have eligible vehicles registered in NSW.
Further details on veteran, vintage and historic registration in NSW is available from NSW's Roads & Maritime Services (RMS).