Apply for rally car registration
You can get a reduced registration rate for your dedicated rally car.
This registration only applies to vehicles that have been constructed solely to participate in rally car events. These events must be approved by the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS).
You will have restricted access to a road or a road-related area.
This is not an alternative to normal vehicle registration. It is also not a short-term registration scheme.
To find out more read the following guidelines:
You can only apply for rally car registration if you have all of the below:
- A current driver's licence.
- A current CAMS competition licence. This must be valid for the duration of your 12 month rally car registration.
- Membership with a motor sports club affiliated with CAMS.
You can find out more about competition licences and club affiliations on the CAMS website.
You can apply for the registration by following the below steps.
Step 1. Check your licence
Make sure your driver's licence and CAMS competition licence are valid for 12 months or more.
Step 2. Fill in the form
Complete the following sections of the rally car registration application:
- applicant details
- vehicle details
Step 3. Get your application endorsed
You will need to have your rally car registration application endorsed by an office bearer at an approved motor sports club.
This endorsement is valid for six weeks.
Step 4. Get an inspection
You must get a roadworthy inspection report, also known as a green slip, from a dedicated rally car inspector.
The inspector will also need to endorse your rally car registration application.
To find an approved rally car inspector, go to the CAMS website.
Step 5. Send your application to CAMS
You must get an authority to operate from CAMS.
To do this email the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- your completed rally car application
- your passed roadworthy inspection report
- a completed CAMS logbook application - if you are a new applicant.
You can find a logbook application on the CAMS website.
Step 6. Compliance checks for first time applicants
A compliance check is needed for all vehicles that haven't had NT registration.
Find your nearest vehicle compliance centre.
First time applicants also need to submit all of the following to the MVR:
- proof of ownership
- an application to register your vehicle for the first time.
- an application for exemption of stamp duty on a motor vehicle .
Step 7. Submit and pay the fee
Submit all of your forms and supporting documents to the MVR.
The MVR will let you know the fee.
Once you have met all of the requirements and paid the 12 month registration fee, the MVR will issue you with:
- a set of dedicated rally car number plates
- a vehicle logbook
- a registration certificate.
Find an MVR office .
Last updated: 17 February 2020
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