The Jensen Car Club of Australia (JCCA) has been authorized by VicRoads to administer the Club Permit Scheme (CPS).
This is a privilege which comes with legal obligations for the club and participating members.
Please ensure that you comply with all requirements outlined below and on the VicRoads website (link at bottom of page).
Vehicles must be more than 25 years old. As all Jensen cars in Victoria fall into that age category, all models of Jensens are eligible for a club permit.
JCCA members can have a non-Jensen vehicle on a club permit. The JCCA limits this to vehicles requiring a road worthy certificate (RWC). Cars manufactured before 1948, for which a RWC is not required, are thus excluded.
Owners are required to be financial members of an approved motoring club in order to be eligible for a club permit.
If the JCCA sponsors the club permit, the owner is required to maintain financial membership of the JCCA. The JCCA is required by law to notify VicRoads if membership lapses. A 7-day grace period is allowed. Beyond that period, a lapse in financial membership renders the car unregistered.
To ensure JCCA records are up to date, existing CPS members may be required to provide current photos on renewal if those we have are deemed out of date.
Applicants must allow sufficient time for application forms to be processed by an authorized JCCA officer.
Once members receive their signed paperwork from the JCCA, they should submit it to VicRoads for payment (including RWC for new applications).
Special licence plates are issued for club registration.
For further information, including the downloadable forms and procedure to be followed, see the VicRoads website at
Recent high quality images of the car emailed to [email protected] showing;
- Front and rear
- Driver’s side
- Driving position with driver’s door ajar
- Engine number
- Chassis number
VicRoads Vehicle Eligibility and Standards declaration
Vehicle Assessment Signatory Scheme (VASS) for modified cars
Stamped return addressed envelope