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pina4greg
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around australia registration prices

Post by pina4greg » Sun 16 Jul, 2017 4:19 pm

Just recently paid my 12 month vehicle registration here in WA. For my W140 300se was $851.00. Goes on engine size and weight so the old girl is a little heavier than the average car.
What are other members paying around Australia??
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Re: around australia registration prices

Post by fritz » Sun 16 Jul, 2017 4:40 pm

$800 here in Melbourne for my E280 W124 wagon.
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Post by CraigB » Sun 16 Jul, 2017 5:28 pm

$990 in SA for my 560SEL....... why does that not surprise me!
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Re: around australia registration prices

Post by pina4greg » Sun 16 Jul, 2017 7:10 pm

CraigB wrote:$990 in SA for my 560SEL....... why does that not surprise me!

Yes it seems most government fees are higher in SA.....
Especially fines......!!!
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Post by CraigB » Sun 16 Jul, 2017 7:14 pm

not that i have had one but red light camera - $500 bill in the mail plus demerits I understand. And not judging that it is not a bad thing to run lights but i understand cheaper elsewhere.
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Post by ekdave » Mon 17 Jul, 2017 6:44 pm

$ 74 buck for club plates 45 days or 140 for 90 days ..
here in vic

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Post by CraigB » Mon 17 Jul, 2017 6:53 pm

And SA has finally seen the light and returned to 30 years for club rego but failed to take the opportunity to align with the federal laws for import of 25 years and progressive Victoria! Can't complain too much, at least they worked out the 1978 wasn't the magic year when cars were either historic or not!! only a couple of years before the 1989 560 rego fee drops.
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Re: around australia registration prices

Post by Giles » Tue 18 Jul, 2017 1:25 pm

Just transferred my 500SLC to WA Concessional Type 404 Historic Licensing.
Now costs $71.60 PA, normal rego was $768.45 PA.

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1981 500SLC (Colour Black) Keeper car 'Lola' walks like woman, talks like a man
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1980 C107 Classic White (resto project) 'Marilyn'
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Post by pina4greg » Tue 18 Jul, 2017 5:53 pm

Giles wrote:Just transferred my 500SLC to WA Concessional Type 404 Historic Licensing.
Now costs $71.60 PA, normal rego was $768.45 PA.

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Giles, that only gives a certain amount of road times does it not??
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Re: around australia registration prices

Post by Giles » Tue 18 Jul, 2017 6:14 pm

pina4greg wrote:
Giles wrote:Just transferred my 500SLC to WA Concessional Type 404 Historic Licensing.
Now costs $71.60 PA, normal rego was $768.45 PA.

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Giles, that only gives a certain amount of road times does it not??
Not necessarily time, but the regs have changed slightly and if you read into it there are more opportunities now.
For me I can travel 400kms to attend a Club meeting in Perth or invite others to my more local events. I have to notify the Club of my intentions and if they sanctify it, I have to carry the documentation with me. Similar, but different, to a 48 hour permit.
As the car is not a daily nor weekly, my interest is primarily track days at Collie Motorplex and the odd Barbagallo stint.
1981 500SLC (Colour Black) Keeper car 'Lola' walks like woman, talks like a man
1999 E430 Avantgarde Royal Indigo (Colour 339) Mums Taxi 'Claudia'
1975 280CE Signal Red (Colour 568H) Project 'Ginger'
1980 C107 Classic White (resto project) 'Marilyn'
1999 W163 ML430 MB Search & Rescue Vehicle
1978 C107 350SLC Red 'Scarlett' the parts car. Quite frankly my dear, I don't give a damn.
http://www.kudoscc.com.au

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Re: around australia registration prices

Post by CraigB » Tue 18 Jul, 2017 10:31 pm

I recall years ago when i was involved with AHMF, i think it was Cadillac/ lasalle club had a system within the club where they could nominate an 'event' at very short notice (eg. suns out tomorrow and want to go for a drive) and that would automatically go out to all club members and also Motor reg. This then qualified as an event and I dont think it was reliant on anyone else joining the drive. A few years ago now and i might have some of that confused but seemed like a good idea to me.
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