club permit scheme - MMCCV Inc

What is the Club Permit Scheme?
Commonly called "The CPS Scheme", VicRoads will allow vehicles that are 25-50 years old to be on the road for a reduced fee. However, these vehicles can only be driven on the road for a maximum of 90 days in any one year. This is managed through authorized car clubs. One such club is the MMCCV.

There are three types of Permits - H plates for historical vehicles, M plates for modified vehicles and S plates for street rod vehicles.

Basically, Morries that seem pretty original are H plates and Morries with non Morris engines need M plates. Once you have modified a vehicle you will need to have a VASS certificate (check the VicRoads web site for more information) for this vehicle.

VicRoads has announced the continuation of the Club Plate Numbering Scheme into the future and what that numbering will be.

There are obligations involved in holding a club permit for your vehicle.
   -  You must carry and fill in the log book every day you drive it.
   -  If you don't, then your vehicle is deemed to be an unregistered vehicle.
   -  You cannot drive your vehicle in an un-roadworthy condition on any Australian road.

If the club becomes aware of an un-roadworthy CPS vehicle, they are obliged to ask you to fix it in a specified time and then report the repairs of your vehicle to VicRoads.

Neither the MMCCV, nor the CPS Officer, will start any of the following processes.

ALL Club Permit Holders.

For the current mailing address for club plate renewals and new applications, please refer to the current monthly newsletter for details.


It is the Club Member's responsibility to send renewals and applications in a timely manner.


  1. 1. You must be either a life-member or financial (paid-up) club member of the MMCCV before you can apply for a new permit.
  2. 2. An Administration Fee of $20 to the MMCCV is required.
  3. 3. Payment can be made via eft, or cheque, to the MMCCV Treasurer, Secretary or a Committee Member at MMCCV monthly meetings.
  4. 4. There is no 6-month membership qualification time for any Morris Minor vehicle for new members.
  5. 5. In the documentation detailed below for a New Permit, include the appropriate VicRoads Fee according to the permitted days of use being applied for.
When applying for a Permit for a ....
Morris Minor Please email, or mail, a copy of the vehicles current RWC, with Proof of Ownership and the following (2) VicRoads forms.  1. Club Permit application.  2. Vehicle Eligibility and Standards Declaration for Club Permit Vehicle form.
Non-Morris Minor Vehicles and Motorcycles Applications must be accompanied by all of the above plus proof of current registration of a Morris Minor vehicle held in the name of the applicant. Members wanting to register a Non-Morris Minor or motorcycle, must have been a member of our Club for at least 6 months.


  All Morris Minor and Non-Morris Minor vehicle applications must include six (6) recent photos

Motorcycle photos should include 1, 2 & 5 (above) plus LHS, RHS views and speedo

Mailed photos must be signed and dated on back. Electronic photos are authenticated by email date.

You must notify the Committee of your red plate permit number within 48 hours of VicRoads via email to  Failure to notify the Committee of your club permit number can have serious consequences for the Club and may cause the Club's permit scheme to be suspended by VicRoads for failure to keep up to date records.


Do not forget to sign your renewal application.

Remember it is your responsibility to renew on time.



Note:- These forms and guides are pdf files and will require you to have a pdf reader installed on your system.