AFTER practically 5 years of negotiation, the ACT authorities has agreed to adjustments to the Concessional Registration Scheme (CRS) for automobiles greater than 30 years of age.

On the MOU signing… from left, Council of ACT Motor Golf equipment registrar Dave Rogers, Council president, Roger Amos with Transport Canberra’s Murray Nicholls and Rod Paule.

The Council of ACT Motor Golf equipment and Transport Canberra have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to permit the introduction of the 60-day utilization scheme for veteran, classic historic and modified automobiles within the ACT.  

Describing the adjustments as a serious step ahead, council president Roger Amos says the MOU units out the utilization and different necessities and tasks of the events within the new 60-day/Membership use scheme. It additionally contains the brand new Historic Modified class. 

The system will contain the usage of a authorities logbook linked to every car which should be used to establish every journey earlier than beginning.

The adjustments to the prevailing scheme are anticipated to be launched within the first quarter of 2023 with Entry Canberra implementing the processes. 

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