Historic Plates

Historic Vehicle Scheme Registration

NOCNSW is a recognised Transport for New South Wales Historic Vehicle Club. As such under the TfNSW Historic Vehicle Scheme members historic motorcycles can be conditional registered. Registration costs are low but riding is restricted. Historic Vehicle Scheme registration is commonly known as club or historic plates.

Historic Vehicle Scheme Registrations are non-transferable and must be surrendered to Services NSW on sale of the machine.

Club members riding vehicles with Historic Vehicle Scheme Registration are reminded that if their Club Membership has lapsed, then their Registration and Insurance has also lapsed; ie. you are UNREGISTERED and UNINSURED.

All memberships are now due on 1st December each year.

Who to Contact

Contact the club's Historic Vehicle Registrar for help and advice before proceeding with registering your bike on your own. The dedicated email for the club's historic registration registrar is nocnswrego@gmail.com

Please use this email when contacting the club about your club rego

We encourage you to contact the club's historic vehicle registrar or your nearest machine examiner when your historic vehicle registration is due. This will make it a lot easier to keep our records accurate. If you live far away from our examiners - please ensure you post or email a copy of the "pink slip" to the club.

TfNSW Log Book

The Transport for NSW historic vehicle log book scheme allows club members to have 60 extra days of personal use of their motorcycle if it is registered under the Historic Vehicle Scheme. That is 60 extra days on top of the club advertised days and days for other clubs which have reciprocal arrangements with us.

How Does Historic Vehicle Scheme Registration Work

The TfNSW website has the definitive information on the scheme at this link

In addition download and read Appendix 2 of the club constitution (below) to understand how Historic Vehicle Registration works, or look at the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).