The JCCV is obliged under its Deed of Agreement with VicRoads to ensure that CPS vehicles in the club are operated in accordance with the requirements of the scheme.

Under the terms of this agreement, the club must advise VicRoads within 7 Days if the club becomes aware of any of the following:

  1. A pattern of incorrect use of a club permit log book by a club member;
  2. A club member has ceased to become a financial member of the club;
  3. A club permit vehicle is suspected of being used for commercial gain;
  4. A club member has failed to restore a vehicle to safe condition or has failed to prove compliance with the Vehicle Standards and/or appropriate modification guidelines following a notification from the club under paragraph 7 in accordance with the terms of that notification;
  5. A vehicle operated by one of its members under a club permit has been sold or otherwise disposed of, and the club permit log book and club permit were not destroyed on disposal as required by the Road Safety (Vehicles) Regulations 2009, and/or club permit plates were not removed;
  6. A vehicle operated by one of its members under a club permit has been disposed of with the intention of undermining the club permit scheme (for example, a club permit vehicle has been sold to a “friend” so that a new log book can be obtained, but the previous owner continues to utilise the vehicle).
  7. Under clauses 3 and 4 of its agreement with VicRoads, the club is required to:
  • maintain a register of vehicles and permit holders and provide this to VicRoads within 14 days of being requested;
  • maintain a register of dated photographs for each club permit vehicle application post 31st January 2015. Dated photographs must include images of the front, driver's side, rear, driving position (side on with the driver’s door open) and, where possible, any identifiers such as chassis number, V.I.N. and engine number. The club is obliged to provide these photographs to VicRoads within 7 days of these being requested. 


Road Safety (Vehicles) Regulations 2021

Road Safety Act 1986

Website References


Association of Motoring Clubs (AOMC)