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Tony Olsson

Club Permit Info

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To be eligible to get a club permit you must be a financial member of a VicRoads approved vehicle club or association.

For us to issue you a club permit, you must be a member of SAU Vic.

After joining SAU Vic there is a 3 month waiting period before being eligible to apply for a club permit through SAU Vic.

We also ask that you attend at least 2 club events a year.



A club event is defined as –

Any SAU Vic Motorsport event
SAU Vic Show & Shine
Any ‘Members Only’ events
SAU Vic Monthly Meets

To join SAU Vic visit our website for more info - http://www.sauvic.com.au/how-to-join or come see us in person at one of the clubs many events.



For more info on club permits feel free to download the .pdf - http://www.sauvic.com.au/download/SAUVIC_Club_Permit_Info_201504.pdf

Or visit the VicRoads website - https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/registration/limited-use-permits/club-permit-scheme



If you have any other questions feel free to send us an email at [email protected]

or come talk to us at one of our events, we are more than happy to chat :)

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Question so no way for me to get a club permit for my 96 r33 s2 ??? Not 25

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Not for a few years

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All fixed, sorry Rus :)

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What is the actual process now?  I believe VicRoads does some type of inspection.  Is this just for correct numbers or some form of roadworthy?  Also does SAUVic do other marques, ie. Datsuns?  I have a 1600 that I will put on club reg once it's done.  Who can I speak to about Club Reg?

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Sounds simple enough, my RS will be elegible at the end of the year so will definitely be getting onto it.

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Would i be able to get club reg on my 1993 r33 skyline?

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31 minutes ago, VICDRIFT said:

Would i be able to get club reg on my 1993 r33 skyline?

Next year you will. Must be 25 years old

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