Conditional Registration

The SA Government has made changes to simplify the conditional registration scheme for historic, left hand drive and street rod vehicles. This includes renaming the scheme to ‘Club Registration – A 90 day conditional registration scheme For Historic, Left Hand Drive and Street Rod vehicles’.

The Code of Practice for Club Registration (403.1 KB PDF) is available here.
The MR1 application for registration can be found here.

If you own a historic, left hand drive or street rod vehicle you may be entitled to register your vehicle under this conditional registration scheme and obtain reduced registration fees.

In recognition of their limited use, these vehicles are exempt from registration charges and only pay a third party insurance premium, administration fees and a reduced emergency services levy.

All vehicle owners participating in the scheme must comply with the legislative requirements and maintain their vehicles in a roadworthy condition at all time.

Who can apply:

Applicants must be a financial member of a recognised motor vehicle club.

Historic, left hand drive and street rod vehicles may be:

  • conditionally registered to obtain reduced fees
  • registered for periods of one, two or three years
  • driven on a road for up to 90 days during any one year period of registration.

Arranging conditional registration for your motorcycle

Financial members of the Club can arrange an inspection by contacting one of the following authorised persons:

Chris Richardson 0416 349 666
Paul Rumsey 0421 198 229
Fred Bray 0439 805 172