- Club Permit plates have white characters on a maroon background.
- Custom plates cannot be issued to a vehicle on the Club Permit Scheme.
- Bike rack and exempt trailer plates may be ordered by contacting us on 13 11 71.
- Registration Number Rights are not attached to any Club Permit number combination. The number plates remain the property of VicRoads.
Lost, Stolen, Damaged or Destroyed Plates
- If a club permit number plate is lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, a new number plate with the next available sequential number will be issued.
- The original number plate will not be reproduced.
- If one plate is lost, damaged or destroyed, the remaining plate must be returned to us and a new set displaying a new number will be issued.
To replace Club Permit number plates attend a VicRoads Customer Service Centre to get the new number plates.
Veteran, Vintage and Street rod permit holders plates will be mailed new Club Permit plates while Modified and Classic and Historic permit holders will get their numbers plates on the spot.
Note: Some Customer Service Centres may carry Veteran or Vintage plates and will issue them on the spot.
Assignment of club permit or Street rod number plates
When a club permit vehicle is sold, the club permit holder may request that the existing number plates remain on the vehicle provided that:
- the new club permit holder is a member of the same approved vehicle club as the previous permit holder; and
- the club permit number plate is assigned to the same vehicle; and
- the club permit must be current, or expired not more than 3 months.
If the club permit is expired by more than 3 months, a new club permit application must be made. The existing club permit number may remain on the vehicle provided that the application is by the same club permit holder.
Club permit number plate(s) can be returned to any VicRoads Customer Service Centre.
Club permit vehicles that may not meet vehicle standards
While we will not actively identify existing modified vehicles for re-certification, periodically vehicles are reported to us as unroadworthy and/or inappropriately modified and we are required to take action when this occurs. In such instances, we will write to the permit holder advising them to request that their club re-assess the vehicle in accordance with the new requirements.