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Association of Motoring Clubs Inc.
(AOMC) Victoria
"Working for Motoring Enthusiasts"

AOMC Newsletter Nov 15
available for download 3.5 MB
Draft Minutes of Delegates.
Meeting of Nov 2015

AGM 2015

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We have many reports of CPS holders NOT receiving their renewal notices. See more here

VicRoads delists clubs from the Club Permit Scheme. If you have a CPS vehicle with a delisted club you will receive a separate advice from VicRoads.

Club Permit Scheme - The Logbook scheme commenced 1 Feb 2011. There are Regulations that cover the operation of the scheme. The AOMC has prepared some explanatory notes on the Regulations. Some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the new scheme are presented here.  Note that this list will be expanded to cover new FAQs that might arise with the changes of 31.1.15.   


 The CPS handbook has been updated for 2015 following the introduction of VicRoads VSI 33.  Copies now available. 

Price: $6.50 each posted (inc. gst) or
$4 each for 10 or more copies (inc.gst) plus postage
$3.50 each for 100 or more copies (inc. gst) plus postage
Contact the AOMC Office.

RACV Fly the Flag Tour 2016 - Some places still available. 
Itinerary and Entry form Here

National Motoring Heritage Day 2011/12/13/14 Badges are available from the AOMC Office 9555 0133   ($15 ea plus $1.40 P&P)
P&P reduced for a number of badges

This tour is promoted by the Australian Historic Motoring Federation (AHMF)in conjunction with Latitude Group Travel.  Here is the itinerary and expected costsThe AOMC is a member of the AHMF but is NOT involved in handling expressions of interest or responding to queries.  Further information will be posted here when available.

  Key AOMC Events
Links here

American Show 2015
was a great success, thanks to all who came.  We had over 800 vehicles. Results here

 RACV Classic Showcase
10 April 2016

Japanese Motoring Show
10 April 2016

Shannons American Motoring Show 
1 May 2016 

National Motoring
Heritage Day 

15 May 2016

What is the AOMC?

Events Calendar

AOMC Membership

Member Clubs & Links

AOMC Supporters

Reports of Meetings

Club Permit Scheme

LHD Vehicles


AOMC Services Directory

Australian Vintage Radio Society

The AOMC Newsletter may be downloaded in PDF form. See Publications page.

Fed. Customs Powerpoint presentation on importing pre 1989 vehicles 4.8MB

The AOMC has created a "Trip Library" for clubs seeking details of social runs in Victoria.

The AOMC is a member of the Australian Historic Motoring Federation (AHMF). The AHMF assists in the administration of the Robert Shannon Foundation Trust which makes annual awards to young motoring enthusiasts. Victorian youth have been past recipients. Your club can sponsor a worthy youngster. See here for more background and application form. Applications for 2015 have closed.  Applications for 2016 must be received by the AOMC by 1 May 2016.

Considering taking your car overseas? This guide may assist. See the Publications page.

The AOMC has compiled a Directory of Service Providers that may be of assistance to classic and historic vehicle owners in maintaining their vehicle.

The Chrysler Restorers Club has kindly offered software to assist member clubs to maintain the details of their members and their vehicles.  Download it from the Chrysler Restorers Club.

  Trip Library

AOMC Financials

Engine & Registration Number Records


Club Membership Software

Privacy Policy

Contact the AOMC:
Tel (61) 3 9555 0133
1/3 Edgecombe Crt
AOMC Webmaster

Some pics from our motoring shows.


 Next Delegates' Meeting 
Monday 15 February 2016, 7.30pm
Venue: Chevrolet Club 1/3 Edgecombe Crt. Moorabbin
Speaker:  TBA

Previous Guest Speaker (17.8.15): David Joyner (Assistant Director Regulatory Transaction Centre, Consumer Affairs, Victoria), spoke on the Electronic Club Reporting procedures and other regulatory issues affecting clubs.. 
His Powerpoint presentation on myCAV is available here

New catering arrangements assures you of a meal


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