18.01 Members who own cars over 30 years old might be entitled to concessional (Special Interest Vehicle Scheme) (SIVS) registration.
A letter from the JDCQ is required in order to apply for concessional registration.
The letter is provided by the JDCQ Concessional Registration Representative.
18.02 To apply for the concessional registration letter, a member must inform the concessional registration representative of their car’s particulars:
date of manufacture
current registration number (if available)
18.03 Membership of a car club (not necessarily the JDCQ) must be maintained to continue using concessional registration. If the owner is not a member of a car club, the car could be considered to be unregistered.
18.04 If a member’s membership of JDCQ ends then that member must either join another car club or stop having concessional registration on any cars that were on the SIVS through the JDCQ.
18.05 The concessional registration representative keeps a copy of each letter issued to a member to obtain SIVS registration.
18.06 A member who sells a car that has concessional registration must inform the concessional registration representative of the sale and whether the purchaser is a member of JDCQ.
18.07 A member who deregisters a car that was on concessional registration must inform the concessional registration representative so that records may be kept updated.
18.08 The use of cars on concessional registration has limitations. It is a concession whereby special interest vehicles may to be driven on Queensland roads to car club meetings or they may be driven for maintenance and testing purposes. Members with cars on concessional registration must ensure that they are aware of the current permissions from Queensland Transport.