At present the cost of membership is $70 per year.
The Veteran Car Club of Australia
(VCCA) is a group of people of all ages and from all walks of life who share a common interest in preserving old motor vehicles. In fact not just preserving, but restoring, maintaining and driving (and talking incessantly about them). The VCCA is of course an Australia wide organisation. The VCCA (Tas) Inc. was formed at a meeting in Hobart in 1956.
has over 750 members Statewide with a collection of more than 1000 cars, motor cycles and trucks. We are organised within the state as three separate sections. That is, a self administered section in each of the three telephone districts. Each section has their own clubrooms. These are situated at Brighton in the South, Launceston in the North and Ulverstone in the North West. Each section has their own organising committee and run a very comprehensive events program throughout the year. Some events are organised in which all three sections take part together.
Vehicle age classifications
The Club accepts all makes of motor vehicles and motorcycles manufactured to a date not less than thirty years before the date of application for acceptance into the Club.
Club Vehicle Registration
What are the conditions on a club event registration?
Club event vehicles can only be used:
For 30 days maximum outside of club events
They must not