Historic Vehicle Scheme
The Fiat Club of NSW is registered with the now RMS to offer financial club members the opportunity to register their cars under the Historic Vehicle Scheme (or HVS). This is often referred to as club registration, or club plates (a reference to the original NSW club registration scheme).
Each participating club has an historic plate registrar, who keeps a list of all club vehicles operating under the scheme, and where necessary a log of any non-club use of vehicles, being driven for repair or maintenance. The historic registrar also signs and stamps the annual historic vehicle declaration which accompanies the renewal, to confirm the vehicle and member’s ongoing compliance with the scheme.
To obtain the documents below, please click on the document name to download the relavent document
There are two information pages attached, plus the club's latest Rules for HVS.
Historic Vehicle Scheme - website text 2015 v2 - which is a general overview,
HVS 60 day Log Book Trial - website text Mar 2016 - which is more specific to the 60 day RMS log book.
HVS Rules - Feb 2016 v2 - what members need to understand and comply with.
There are two RMS forms that need to be completed by members wanting to take up a new HVS registration, or to renew.
There is another RMS form which is used to opt in to the 60 day trial, if a vehicle is already on HVS registration.
Change of Records - form 1021
There are three FCNSW forms as well (naturally!).
HVS Registration Checklist - aimed to guide members through the HVS minefield!
Member Declaration & Vehicle Eligibility form - which the club keeps on file,
HVS Vehicle Log Book - this is a temporary club log book, we issue a small printed book once a vehicle has been registered.