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Glad I could help out. BTW: Is rego so much cheaper in SA than NSW?


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Here's a tip for NSW classic rego...........

 

If your car is over 30 years old and you are a member of a car club that has club rego status with the RTA go onto club plates.

 

My Escort costs $54 for a full year including CTP :)

 

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On Vic club plates you're only allowed to drive the car on public roads 90 times per year. But that's almost both days of every weekend.


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That car actually came from Tassie and had SI plates then.

 

In NSW you can drive it "road testing", to and from servicing and to any host club event.

 

You can also drive it to any other club event that is an invited event and any other club event that is notified to the club registrar.

 

As an added bonus because it is on club plates insurance is $97 a year comprehensive.


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Mexico,

 

NSW must be very similar to WA.....although I think it is $30 for the club rego each year. I am not 100% but conditions are pretty much the same. If you are 'testing and tuning' you must notify the club (generally the president etc) prior to testing and tuning.

 

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I think he was told to put the car on blocks if not going to be used for a while.

Maybe the instructions could have been clearer.

Not sure he got the best result possible by doing it this way. Each to his own though, I suppose.

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I think he was told to put the car on blocks if not going to be used for a while.

Maybe the instructions could have been clearer.

Not sure he got the best result possible by doing it this way. Each to his own though, I suppose.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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Wow we're getting ripped off in Queensland. Costs nearly $200 per year for my classics and I can only use them for club-sanctioned events and very limited testing purposes. On the plus side though I don't have the hassle of logbooks or annual roadworthy tests.

 

Here's a tip for NSW classic rego...........

 

If your car is over 30 years old and you are a member of a car club that has club rego status with the RTA go onto club plates.

 

My Escort costs $54 for a full year including CTP :)

 

 


Russ

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I think he was told to put the car on blocks if not going to be used for a while.

Maybe the instructions could have been clearer.

Not sure he got the best result possible by doing it this way. Each to his own though, I suppose.

 

LOL


I used to be surprised that I was still surprised by my own stupidity, finding it strangely refreshing.

Well I don't now.

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In the car park of the Muscle Car Masters

 

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It dares to be different, I'll give it that.


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Took this 18 months ago at Venice Beach in LA. Yep there is even a kitchen sink on there somewhere

 

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Look what turned up at work this week :wub:

 

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I was surprised they wear helmets in Saigon as no one seems to pay attention to road rules - if there are any!!

 

 

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