Membership ....


Ordinary Membership: $30.00 per year. Initial membership to the Caboolture Regional Car Club is $70.00 per person for full membership for the first year. Your membership fee includes the following:
  • A Club polo shirt ($40.00) with given or nickname embroidered on the front.
  • A Club decal for display on your vehicle.
  • A Club membership card (laminated) which may allow discounts at various service providers.
  • Monthly information newsletters.
  • Public liability insurance cover when participating in Club events.
  • Special Interest Vehicle Registration for qualifying vehicles. Conditions apply (see below).
Associate Membership: $10.00 per year. Club shirt $40.00 extra but not mandatory. Refer to the Club Rules (Constitution) or By-Laws for qualifying conditions. Recurring yearly membership is $30.00 per annum for ordinary membership and $10.00 for associate membership. Memberships are due 30 June.

A Membership Form is available by clicking on the link. The completed form and accompanying membership fee can be mailed to the Club at PO Box 1668, Caboolture, 4510, or alternatively, submitted at a monthly meeting. The Club accepts cash, cheque or money order as the preferred method of payment.

Special Interest Vehicle Registration (SIV) ~ 'Concessional' or 'Club Rego': To qualify for SIV Registration, a new member must be a financial member of the Caboolture Regional Car Club for a period of not less than six (6) months and attend a minimum of four (4) Club-sanctioned events within this period. There are no exceptions.

Some facts for special vehicle registration of historic vehicles: Vehicles must be a minimum of 30 years of age. Standard registration procedures apply, however the compilation of a Vehicle Registration Concession Application (Form F3937) is also required as proof of eligibility as is the following:
  • Club membership: Evidence of current membership with an incorporated vehicle club or association
    must be provided at the time of application for the concession.
  • Historic vehicle and dating certificate: A dating officer (or club official) of an incorporated vehicle
    club or association must inspect the vehicle to certify the vehicle’s authenticity and year of manufacture,
    that is, no structural modifications have been made that would deem it as manufactured at the date it
    was modified. This certificate must be on club letterhead or other official club documentation and
    include the chassis number or vehicle identification number.
  • Vehicles fitted with a modification plate, code LH10 (street rod), are not eligible for a special interest vehicle concession.
Vehicles registered under the scheme have certain limitations placed on their use. This is reflected in the
reduced fees and compulsory third party insurance premium. Registered operators must confine their vehicle’s
use to:
  • Participating in rallies organised by incorporated vehicle clubs.
  • Participating in processions for which a 'Special Events Permit' has been issued under the Transport
    Operations (Road Use Management – Accreditation and Other Provisions) Regulation 2005.
  • Exhibiting the vehicle in displays, fetes or similar functions conducted for religious, charitable or
    educational purposes.
  • Ceremonial purposes (weddings, formals) involving immediate family members provided this is not done
    for a fee or a reward. Immediate family means parents, grandparents, sons, daughters, grandchildren but
    not extended family relationships such as nephews, nieces or cousins.
  • Preparing for, proceeding to, and returning from the above activities.
  • Direct travel to and from an Approved Inspection Station (AIS) for the purposes of obtaining a safety
    certificate before offering the vehicle for sale.
  • Travel in order to have the vehicle repaired. There is no distance restriction in these circumstances
    however, such travel must be reasonable and justifiable by the vehicle operator.
  • Road testing within a 15 kilometre radius from the place where the vehicle is garaged. The purpose of
    the travel must be to road test the vehicle following repair or restoration and not for any other purpose.
    This does not include use as a means of transport.
Non-compliance with the conditions of the Special Interest Vehicle Scheme is an offence and serious consequences may result.

For additional information, refer to the Department of Transport and Main Roads for SIV Policy and Procedures.

Constitution (Rules) and By-Laws