Historic vehicle clubs

Applying to become a recognised club under the Historic Vehicle Scheme is a simple process. Here's what clubs need to provide.

Joining the Historic Vehicle Scheme

For your club to become a recognised club, officials must complete an Application for a Historic Vehicle Club and attach copies of these documents:

  • evidence of the organisation’s corporate status – a Certificate of Registration issued by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission or Certificate of Incorporation issued by NSW Fair Trading
  • club constitution – to demonstrate the club can meet the Historic Vehicle Scheme policy. Get a sample constitution by emailing ais@rms.nsw.gov.au
  • list of club officials
  • list of approved Scrutineers – able to conduct historic vehicle inspections
  • list of representatives – forming the club's proposed Eligibility Committee
  • name and contact details of Eligibility Committee's Responsible Persons
  • inspection process and proof of compliance requirements – to demonstrate an eligible Historic Vehicle meets the Historic Vehicle Scheme policy
  • policies and procedures documents – to demonstrate the club has professional and safety standards to provide sufficient administrative controls over vehicle construction, vehicle logbooks and training and competency levels for vehicle scrutineers.

Send us the form and documents via email: ais@rms.nsw.gov.au or mail them to:
Enrolment Processing Unit
(Historic Vehicle Scheme)
Transport for NSW
PO Box 122
Glen Innes NSW 2370

Updating your club details

If your club changes address or any other details please let us know by emailing ais@rms.nsw.gov.au

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