Conditional registration schemes allow certain non-standard vehicles that do not comply with the construction and equipment requirements for registration and have a genuine need to access the road network. To see if your vehicle is eligible for one of these schemes, refer below for individual state schemes, requirements and relevant forms.
Any applicant should be aware that CAMS has a responsibility to state government transport bodies as part of these schemes. Generally, these responsibilities include maintaining a very accurate database of all participants; the approval and appointment of licensed Certifiers; the thoroughness and detail of the inspection process; the approval of all applicants and renewal of same and the communication of any cancellations from the scheme.
New South Wales (Roads and Maritime Services)
Rally Vehicle Scheme (RVS)
The conditional registration scheme available in NSW is known as the Rally Vehicle Scheme or RVS provided by the NSW Roads and Maritime Services (RMS).
|NSW RVS Registration Handbook||View|
|NSW RVS Inspection Form||Download|
|NSW RVS Approved Certifiers / Inspectors||View|
|NSW RVS Notice of Cancellation||Download|
|NSW RVS Certifier Applications||Download|
|RMS Application for Conditional Registration||Download|
|RMS Vehicle Declaration Form||Download|
|RMS Dedicated Rally Car Technical Manual||View|
|RMS RVS Memorandum of Understanding||Download|
Queensland (Department of Transport and Main Roads)
Qld Rally Vehicle Registration Scheme (RVRS)
The conditional registration scheme available in Qld is known as Rally Vehicle Registration Scheme or RVRS provided by the Department of Transport & Main Roads.
|Qld RVRS Registration Guidelines||View|
|Qld RVRS Application to operate & inspection form||Download|
|Qld RVRS Application to operate & inspection renewal form||Download|
|Qld RVRS Approved Inspectors||View|
|Qld RVRS Notice of Cancellation||Download|
|Qld RVRS Inspector Application||Download|
Tasmania (Department of Transport Tas)
There are a number of types of conditional registration available in Tasmania, all of which applications are made directly to Department of Transport Tasmania. The links to each scheme are below:
UPDATE (June 2016): CAMS continues to engage the Victorian Government improving the understanding of the interaction, for the Rally discipline, of CAMS with Government departments including both VicRoads and the Department or the Environment, Land, Water and Planning.
Access to the road network in Victoria is vital for the Rally discipline and requires a range of interactions with GOV Departments to facilitate it, be it for Road Closure permits, legislation exemptions or to legitimately permit the use of Rally vehicles on the road network. Other considerations include road or infrastructure damage, community engagement and ensuring that the benefits to Victoria, that Rallying brings, are highlighted.
By working directly with the various Departments CAMS is seeking to ensure that the obligations of CAMS, our Member Clubs, Members and event organisers are clearly defined and that the continued interaction with the Departments at both the State and regional level is considered in order to reduce any unnecessary red tape and improve the processes for both.
Western Australia (Department of Transport WA)
Dedicated Rally Vehicle (DRV)
CAMS is currently working with the Department of Transport on the development of the DRV. At this stage, there is no implementation date set. In the meantime rally vehicles can access the road network through the Dedicated Rally Car Program - see documents below.
|DRC Procedures & Requirements||View|
|DRC Inpsection Record & Application||View|
|DRC DoT letter of approval||View|
South Australia (Department of Transport, Energy & Infrastructure)
Dedicated Rally Car Scheme (DRC)
The conditional registration scheme available in SA is known as the Dedicated Rally Car Scheme or DRC provided by the SA Department of Transport, Energy & Infrastructure (DTEI).
|DRC Administrative Procedures||View|
|DRC Application to Build||View|
|DRC Letter of Introduction||View|
|Sale of a Dedicated Rally Car||View|