Online Club Plate Renewal Victorian members only.
Online renewal is the preferred method for the Club, reducing the work load of the Secretary enormously and speeding up the process of renewing club plates.
1. Open a myVicRoads account. Open myVicRoads online-account
NB. a myVicRoads account cannot be created using a club permit No. Plate.
2. Once the renewal notice is received there are two ways to renew.
When the renewal form is received via mail sign it, scan it and send to club secretary.
The secretary will sign it and e-mail it back to you.
Log in to your myVicRoads account and pay your renewal. As part of the process you will be asked to upload the signed completed form.
Club Permit Endorsement Form.
The member signs the Renewal form but does not need to get it signed by the Club Permit Officer.
The member then requests the Club Permit Officer for a Club Permit Endorsement Form but must provide all details of car.
for details needed.
When making payment with a myVicRoads online-account both forms will need to be submitted.
NB. For classic cars when first entered into a myVicRoads online account it takes some time for them to appear, from memory around a couple of weeks or so. Modern cars are there immediately probably because the two are on different register systems.
The traditional mail method of club plate renewal can still be used for the not so computer savvy but remember to include a stamped address envelope and the 3-4 week turn around.
If using Windows 10 Firefox browser you may have difficulty with the “Renew” button after logging in to VicRoads.
Mark Browne has the answer.
“I found on my Windows 10 Firefox browser, that I had to change the security setting in Firefox down from "Strict" (my normal setting) to "Standard", or else the VicRoads button to renew the permit simply did nothing (and a couple of other web page actions also failed to work). This was after successfully logging into the "My Vicroads" site, for which the security setting didn't seem to matter.”