To better understand the process and the required steps and documentation to get your Moke onto the Club Permit Scheme have a look through this article. Make a point to contact the Club Permit Scheme officer first to discuss what you are planning to do and help avoid unnecessary delays or trips to Vicroads.
Transferring Registration to the CPS
If you currently have a Moke that you would like to move onto the Club permit Scheme you will need to be a member of the Moke Owners Association and you will need to follow these steps:
- Make sure your membership of the MOA is up-to-date. If you're not a member, you will need to Join the MOA first.
- Obtain a current Certificate of Roadworthiness (RWC) from a licensed VicRoads Inspector.Note:The MOA does NOT provide any kind of letter of safety certification for the vehicle.
- Complete a VicRoads Club Permit Application Form.
- Send the Club Permit Application Form, together with a photocopy of the RWC and colour photos or print outs of your vehicle photo to be stamped and signed to the CPS Officer. The CPS Officer will send the stamped and signed form back to you. You need to include a cheque or arrange a bank transfer for $45. (See the Payment Options section of the Information link above.) This is for the MOA service fee and is independent of either the MOA membership fee or any VicRoads charges.
- Take the stamped and signed forms to a VicRoads office and pay the Permit fee.
- Apply the windscreen sticker to your car and paste the signed and stamped permit form in your new log book.Note: Your Permit is not valid until it has a stamp from VicRoads as well as the CPS Officer signature and MOA Club stamp on it.
- You must then email the number of your new permit to the Club Permit Officer.
Contact details for the Club Permit Officer (CPS Officer) are in the front of every "Tracks" magazine or you can find the CPS Officers contacts here.
You may contact the CPS Officer if you need to have the forms signed in person, or, alternatively, bring all the required paperwork to a monthly meeting for signing. You should contact them and confirm that they, the CPS Officer, will be attending the meeting.
Annual Renewal when the 12 months of your Club Permit is about to expire, VicRoads should send you a renewal form and a log book. However, it is your responsibility to drive a registered vehicle so 'Vicroads didn't send the stuff' is not an excuse. The renewal form, like the original application form, has to be stamped and signed by the Club Permit Officer before it is valid. To renew, follow these steps:
- If the renewal form is for 90 days but you'd prefer 45 days (or vice versa), phone VicRoads and they will send you a revised renewal form.
- Make sure your membership of the MOA is up-to-date.
- Send the renewal form to be stamped and signed by the CPS Officer. The form will then be sent back to you.
Alternatively, you can have it signed at the monthly general meetings or contact the CPS Officer to arrange another time.
- Pay the Permit Fee to VicRoads.
- Apply the windscreen sticker to your car and paste the signed and stamped permit form in your new log book. Note:Your Permit is not valid until it has a stamp from VicRoads as well as the CPS Officer signature and MOA Club stamp on it.