Anyone recommend a few options for club rego? With the 4 cars and occasional use looking into shaving some costs if the club registration allows regular short trips for monthly driving to keep them active...
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Join a club - get club rego and drive at club approved events.
There are restrictions obviously. There are some tials going on for changes to the system which I think make club rego even more attractive through they are not currently approved. I am looking closely for my Cougar though the new rules may change the Mustang as well over to club rego.
B.O.Y.S club Mert, some buddy's of mine set it up, also Bayside restorers club, muti make clubs. Current you can drive them 15km raduis of home for testing, and club sanctioned events, thats doesn't mean a club run, every race meet at Lakside may be a club event for example.
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Im quite happy with club rego on Frankenstang, but then i havent had time to drive it much lately anyway. The bit i like is it doesnt have to be a MOCA approved event that i am driving to, any club event in the scheme is ok. i print out the notice and stick in the glovebox. The last few times i have got near to the event and the car played up so we stopped for it to cool down at a nice hotel, had lunch, then played it safe and went home. You can do lots of test drives after repairs, so i always carry the old part in the boot to show Mr Plod if needed, but havent been pulled over yet. You dont have to have historic or club plates, i run personalised plates, so that doesnt stand out. Current cost is about $185 a year, so massive savings. Shannons dont care, so thats important. DONT use a club rego as a daily driver. I heard a Corvette Club member did and got pulled over because the local copper saw him everyday whilst walking his dog. The charge becomes unregistered driving if you do. All up i think its great.
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