March, 2015

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Posted by: | Posted on: March 22, 2015

QHMC Bulletin 4-2015 Certification of Imported Vehicles

The QHMC has published Bulletin 4-2015_Certification of imported vehicles prior to first Australian registration.

As of October 1, 2014, the rules relating to the certification of imported pre-ADR vehicles have changed and the LO8 modification Code used for these vehicles has been repealed.

Inspection and certification by an Approved Person (engineer etc.) and the issuing of a blue modification plate showing that the vehicle meets LO8 requirements is no longer required prior to first registration.

Instead, pre-1969 vehicles only will now be checked for compliance with Queensland vehicle standards as part of the Safety Certificate inspection. These requirements are based on the Australian Vehicle Standards Rules and are generally consistent with those of Code LO8.

Posted by: | Posted on: March 5, 2015

QHMC Bulletin 3-2015 – Vehicle Registration & CTP Class

Please remember, that when changing registration from SIVS to full registration or vice-versa, you need to update the CTP Insurance Class.

See attached Bulletin for details.

Posted by: | Posted on: March 4, 2015

From the President’s Desk – QHCM Rally & National Motoring Heritage Day

The lastest “From the President’s Desk” is now available.

The National Motoring Heritage Day display day in Queens Park Ipswich is organised (with more being added) and promises to be an excellent day. Remind your club members, they need to register on line for this event (full details on the flyer – and remember, this web address is case-sensitive) – or complete the attached registration form and post to the address on the form.

The planning has been completed for the QHMC Rally in Pittsworth, For full details please refer to the QHMC website – – as the Flyer, Entry form and Accommodation guide are all available. So far, the majority of the vehicles registered are pre-1931. We look forward to seeing you there.

If you have any questions or issues you would like raised, please do not hesitate to contact me direct.