Serving the Historic Motoring Fraternity Since 1971
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Vehicles in South Australia operate under a system of Conditional Registration.
Incorporated in Section 25 of the Motor Vehicles Act as amended in 1991,
the scheme came into operation in February 1992 and allows prescribed
vehicles more than thirty years old to be operated without registration
fee for a period not to exceed ninety days in one registration year.
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been a number of occasions where vehicles vary from the manufacturer's
specifications and those variations appear to lay outside the guidelines
laid down in the Code of Practice. The Club Authorising Officer may have
doubts about signing off about the vehicles of this nature or the club's
decision may be disputed. To resolve these issues a Variations sub committee
has been formed under the chairmanship of Arthur Doecke. Normally any
resolutions made by the committee are general in nature and apply to all
vehicles of that make and model. The committee only considers questions
directed to it by a member club.
Vehicles Act & amended Regulations
The amended regulations and new Code of Practice call for owners to provide annual Statutory Declarations affirming that the vehicle/s continue to comply with the regulations and associated code of practice. To assist members the Federation have provide a Statutory Declaration Form which we believe will meet our needs. Download a copy here in PDF format.
Contact the Variations Committee