VCCA (Tasmania)

Has over 750 members Statewide with a collection of more than 1000 cars, motor cycles and trucks. We are organised within the state as three separate sections. That is, a self administered section in each of the three telephone districts. Each section has their own clubrooms. These are situated at Brighton in the South, Launceston in the North and Ulverstone in the North West. Each section has their own organising committee and run a very comprehensive events program throughout the year. Some events are organised in which all three sections take part together. These often attract over 100 vehicles.
Club members are entitled
to a low cost registration where our vehicles are only used for approved club activities. These vehicles are identified by a number plate beginning with the letters VC. To be club eligible and qualify for this registration a vehicle must be at least 30 years old and pass a roadworthiness inspection conducted by our club Technical Officers.

Membership

At present the cost of membership is $80 per year.

 

This includes

 

 

The Veteran Car Club of Australia

 

 (VCCA) is a group of people of all ages and from all walks of life who share a common interest in preserving old motor vehicles. In fact not just preserving, but restoring, maintaining and driving (and talking incessantly about them). The VCCA is of course an Australia wide organisation. The VCCA (Tas) Inc. was formed at a meeting in Hobart in 1956.

 

VCCA (Tasmania)

 

 has over 750 members Statewide with a collection of more than 1000 cars, motor cycles and trucks. We are organised within the state as three separate sections. That is, a self administered section in each of the three telephone districts. Each section has their own clubrooms. These are situated at Brighton in the South, Launceston in the North and Ulverstone in the North West. Each section has their own organising committee and run a very comprehensive events program throughout the year. Some events are organised in which all three sections take part together.

 

 

Vehicle age classifications

 

The Club accepts all makes of motor vehicles and motorcycles manufactured to a date not less than thirty years before the date of application for acceptance into the Club.

 

 

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Club Vehicle Registration

                                   What are the conditions on a club event registration?

                                              Club event vehicles can only be used:

 

For 30 days maximum outside of club events

 

 

 

They must not

 

 

 
Vehicle age classifications
  Veteran & Edwardian
manufactured prior to December 31st 1918.

Vintage
manufactured between January 1st 1919 and December 31st 1930.

Post Vintage
manufactured between January 1st 1931 and December 31st 1949.

  Classic Acceptance
manufactured between January 1st 1950 and December 31st 1969.

  Modern Classic
manufactured between January 1st 1970 and December 31st 1989.”

The Club accepts all makes of motor vehicles and motorcycles manufactured to a date
not less than thirty years
before the date of application for acceptance into the Club.
The following extract from the Club’s By-Laws is provided below.

1. Use of Conditionally Registered Vehicles
(f
) Short use for legitimate purposes of maintenance etc.. Vehicles may be
driven up to 10 kilometres from the place of usual garaging without
specific permission for use being sought.
(g)
Extended use for the purpose of maintenance etc.. Where a vehicle is
likely to be more than 10 kilometres from usual point of garaging prior
advice must be given to the local sectional Registrar, who shall record
the anticipated date, locality and time of use and purpose of such use in
his register. Where circumstances arise which may involve an extension
over the time for which advice was originally given a further advice must
be made.
FYI  as some have SI cars
Special Interest Rego
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