Renew or extend a club permit

Club permits have different rules and procedures to standard road vehicles. Read below for information on how to renew or extending your existing club permit.

Renew a club permit

Your club permit renewal notice will be mailed to you five to six weeks before expiry. The renewal notice will be for your existing period of use (45 or 90 days). 

If you wish to change your period of use contact us on 13 11 71 to request an updated renewal notice be sent to you, or simply change your period when paying your renewal at any VicRoads Customer Service Centre.

How to renew your club permit:

  1. Organise for your renewal notice to be signed by an authorised officer of your vehicle club/association to declare that you are a current member of that particular club/association. Authorised officers include the club president, treasurer, secretary or permit scheme officer. 
    A club safety officer/scrutineer cannot sign a renewal unless they are also nominated as one of the previously listed positions.
    If you’re unable to organise for your renewal notice to be signed by an authorised officer, you can request a Club permit endorsement form [PDF 55 Kb] form be completed, signed by an authorised officer and sent/emailed to you instead.
  2. Sign your club permit renewal notice (you must be the permit holder).
  3. Submit your renewal (and signed Club permit endorsement form [PDF 55 Kb] if required) and pay the renewal fee:

a. Online via your myVicRoads account
b. Visiting any VicRoads Customer Service Centre
c. Mailing the renewal with a cheque or money order to:

VicRoads
GPO Box 1644
MELBOURNE VIC 3001

A club permit will be cancelled if not renewed within 90 days of the expiry date.

Extend a club permit

If you purchase a 45 day permit, but later on decide that you want to use the vehicle more, you can purchase a second 45 day permit within a 12 month period.
To purchase a second 45 day permit:

Contact VicRoads on 13 11 71 or attend a VicRoads Customer Service Centre.

Organise for your second permit to be signed by an authorised officer of your vehicle club/association to declare that you are a current member of that particular club/association. Submit your second 45 day permit and pay the club permit fee by:

a. Visiting any VicRoads Customer Service Centre
b. Mailing the renewal with a cheque or money order to:

VicRoads
GPO Box 1644
MELBOURNE VIC 3001

Club permit holders will not be able to get a permit to drive their vehicle for more than 90 days in each 12 month period.

After payment has been processed, attach the club permit certificate stamped by us to the nominated page in the club permit log book.

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