CLUB RESTO MY RIDE MEMBER PORTAL
Welcome to the Club Resto my Ride Member Portal
CLUB RESTO CONCIERGE
CLUB PERMIT ARTICLES & INFORMATION
We encourage all Club Resto my Ride Members to have an online VicRoads account
The many benefits of having one are:
- You can update Club Permit information and renew your Club Permit online in your VicRoads account.
- It’s easy and quick to update your personal details
- It allows you to set up direct debit so you never miss a payment – really handy if you have several vehicles!
- You can view all of your vehicles and registration status in one place
- You will receive reminder emails
STEP ONE – GO TO
The details you will need when registering are;
Victorian Drivers Licence number or Marine Licence Number
Your address as it appears on your licence
Your car registration (if you have multiple vehicles, just list one)
Date of Birth
Residential and Postal Address
You will need a password for your account.
Our Member Concierge make it a simple process to transfer your existing Club Permit to Club Resto my Ride Inc.
No RWC required. You keep the same plates, same expiry date and only the Club details change.
The Club Resto my Ride Member Concierge completes all required paperwork for the transfer and facilitates the transfer direct with VicRoads at your request.
Documents provided by Member Concierge
1: A letter to VicRoads requesting change of Car Club to Club Resto my Ride containing a list of all Club Permit vehicles that you want to link to Club Resto my Ride. This needs to be signed by the Member.
2. A Vehicle Eligibility and Standards Declaration for Club Permit Vehicles form [PDF 182 Kb] for each vehicle.
3. A letter from Club Resto my Ride Inc confirming that you are a current member.
Club Resto my Ride will fully complete all forms.
Letter needs to be signed by Club Member – can be emailed to Club Member or sent by mail
At the members request, Club Concierge will send completed and executed paperwork to VicRoads on behalf of the Member, or alternatively can post all completed and executed paperwork by post to the Member.
A Club Permit can be issued to the vehicles in the following categories:
- veteran vehicles – manufactured before 1 January 1919
- vintage vehicles – manufactured after 31 December 1918 and before 1 January 1931
- classic and historic vehicles – manufactured after 31 December 1930, but more than 25 years before the date of the application for a Club Permit.
These categories can include Trailers, Heavy vehicles and Modified vehicles such as Street Rods. Replicas of vehicles eligible for the above categories may also be issued with a Club Permit. Replica vehicles will be issued a club permit under the classic and historic vehicles category irrespective of the vehicle being replicated.
A replica means a light motor vehicle that is an individually constructed vehicle that resembles, as close as practicable, the appearance and dimensions of the production vehicle on which its design is based.
A Club Permit vehicle must comply with the Vehicle Standards, appropriate to the date the vehicle was manufactured, contained in Schedule 2 of the Road Safety (Vehicles) Regulations 2021.
If the vehicle is imported and has been issued a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications, the VIN must be stamped on the vehicle. Refer: Register an imported vehicle.
A Club Permit cannot be issued to:
- a currently registered vehicle
- a vehicle that is recorded on the Victorian or an interstate Written-off Vehicles Register as a statutory write-off
- a vehicle that has a Fines Victoria or hoon sanction
- a vehicle that is recorded as stolen.
Club Permits may be refused:
- if it is not satisfied that the vehicle is safe to use on a road or road related area or
- if a current Club Permit already exists for the same vehicle.
Calculating the vehicles manufacture date:
- If your vehicle is fitted with an Australian compliance plate, the plate date is the date of manufacture.
- If your vehicle is fitted with an import compliance plate or has no compliance plate, the date of manufacture is determined by a manufacturer’s build plate, a chassis number or documentary evidence from the manufacturer’s records.
- If your vehicle does not meet either of the above requirements, we may determine the manufacture date based on information sourced from our registration database, historical data, or evidence from our vehicle safety and compliance expert.
Please note: The day of manufacture cannot be established, therefore the day of manufacture is assumed to be the last day of the month.
More details VicRoads Club Permit Scheme here
If you have any enquiries that the Member Concierge can assist you with, please contact us by submitting your details below and the Member Concierge will be in contact with you.