In 2014, early model MX-5s garaged in Victoria became eligible for registration under VicRoads’ Club Permit Scheme (CPS).
The scheme allows cars to be registered for 45- or 90-day periods per year for a substantially-reduced registration fee, with activity recorded in a log book.
To take advantage of this scheme through the Mazda MX-5 Club of Victoria & Tasmania, you must be a Full Member of the Club, your car must be at least 25 years old (from build date) and, as we have no Club scrutineers, your car must have a current roadworthy certificate.
Please note: the Club will only support CPS applications for Mazda MX-5s (and MX-5 variants including Mazda Miatas, Eunos Roadsters and Mazda Roadsters).
VicRoads judges the age of the car from the date of manufacture, as shown on the compliance plate. CPS applicants must be absolutely sure of their car’s age and elibility for the CPS before obtaining a roadworthy certificate and applying for CPS registration through the Club. VicRoads is the final arbiter on each car’s eligibility.
For more information, please contact our Club Permit Administrator.
Paying for your Club Permit
The CPS Guidelines provide information on methods of payment for the Club Permit processing. They are cheque, EFT, and credit card via PayPal. If you decide to pay by credit card use the “Pay Now” button at right. It will allow you to log into your PayPal account, if you have one or enter your credit card. Otherwise follow directions in the guidelines for cheque and EFT payments set out in the CPS Guidelines.