CONDITIONAL REGISTRATION

The SCCSA provides members with a “one-stop-shop” to access the South Australian Club Registration Scheme for Historic, Left Hand Drive and Street Rod vehicles. 

Also known as historic registration and conditional registration, this fantastic scheme allows SCCSA members with vehicles over 30 years old to access ongoing reduced registration fees for the use of those vehicles for up to 90 days per year (July to June). Additionally this scheme allows for you to transfer a vehicle over 30 years old into your ownership without any government stamp duty being levied on the sale (whether the car is purchased in SA or from interstate). 

 

As a member of the SCCSA you can register multiple cars, motorbikes or commercial vehicles of any make or model provided they are over 30 years old. As we are not a “one make” club, should you have several vehicles of different makes, or a combination of vehicles and motorbikes in your collection, the SCCSA can help you out. Also, we do not charge any additional fees for each car, motorbike or commercial vehicle registered through us – the only cost to you is for each logbook ($5 each) issued. 

 

Should you not be a member of the SCCSA, you can join the club and obtain the required paperwork all at the same time! 

 
How it works?

The process of registering your vehicle or motorbike under this scheme is simple: 

  • Join the SCCSA (or be an existing SCCSA member), 

  • Attend the SCCSA office at 51 King William Road, Unley (open Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm), 

  • Complete and have signed an MR334 form, 

  • Receive a logbook (cost $5), 

  • Attend your preferred Service SA Centre and complete an MR1 form, 

  • Present the MR1 form together with your completed MR334 form to register your vehicle under the Conditional Registration Scheme – you can choose to register the vehicle for 1, 2 or 3 years, 

  • Once registered, remember to fill in the details of each journey the vehicle is used for in the logbook and carry it with the vehicle or motorbike at all times. 

  • Lastly, get out and enjoy! 

Your Obligations

There are obligations on you to continue to enjoy the benefits of the scheme: 

  • You must be a current financial member of the SCCSA, 

  • You must have the logbook restamped by the club each year, 

  • You must obtain a new logbook every 3 years, 

  • You must fill in the details of each journey in your logbook, 

  • You must carry the valid completed logbook with you at all times. 

Failure to comply with any of these requirements will mean that you are driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle or motorbike and severe penalties apply. 

 

For the finer details of the scheme, please familiarise yourself with the “Code of Practice for Club Registration”, which is available online at: https://www.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0017/10439/Club-Registration-Code-of-Practice-1-July-2017.pdf 

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