On 31 July 2020, VicRoads launched new digital functionality that enables Club Permits to be renewed online with a myVicRoads account (if you don’t have a myVicRoads account, go to www.vicroads.vic.gov.au to find out more).
The new online service removes the need for Club Permit holders to visit a Customer Service Centre or to renew via mail.
How to renew a Club permit online
- Organise for your renewal notice to be signed by an authorised officer of the Club to declare that you are a current member. Authorised officers of the SR500 Club are the President, the Secretary, and the Treasurer. A Club scrutineer cannot sign a renewal unless they are also a nominated authorised officer. If you’re unable to organise for your renewal notice to be signed by an authorised officer, you can request a Club permit endorsement form be completed, signed by an authorised officer and sent/emailed to you instead.
- Sign your Club permit renewal notice (you must be the permit holder).
- Submit your renewal (and signed Club permit endorsement form, if required) and pay the renewal fee online via your myVicRoads account.
Requirements to renew a Club Permit remain the same
The renewal (or Club permit endorsement form) must be signed by an authorised officer of the Club to declare that the permit holder is a current member. The Club Permit renewal must also be signed by the Club Permit holder.
Proof of payment
When a Club Permit is renewed online, the receipt must be printed and kept with the log book received with renewal. The receipt may need to be produced as proof of payment.
Changing period of use
If the Club Permit holder wishes to change the period of use from 45 days to 90 days or 90 days to 45 days, the renewal cannot be processed online.