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  • 14 Jan 2021 11:01 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Don't forget to dust off your machines and head off to the Australia Day breakfast and ride at Boyanup.

    Be there at 0900 or earlier for a hot breakfast and chin wag followed by a short ride .

    See you all there hopefully.


  • 12 Jan 2021 2:22 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear Members,

    Over the past few months there has been some growing confusion and concern which grew from a Media Statement by the Minister for Transport on 6 September 2020.  This media statement described the new Concessions for Classics (C4C) Scheme primarily aimed at allowing modified vehicles access to a concession scheme.  It also said the 404 Scheme would be modernized to mirror the restrictions and responsibilities of the new C4C Scheme.  I have attached this Media Statement for your info here along with an elaboration from the CMC.

    Concessional Licensing new regs - August 2020.pdf

    Our response to this is attached here:

    IHC letter to CMC 14OCT2020.docx

    These concerns have been raised by our representative body, the Council of Motoring Clubs of WA (Inc) or (CMC).  The CMC have been corresponding and meeting with the Department of Transport (DoT) representing the interests of over 100 Historic Vehicle member clubs during the development stages of the new scheme.  The CMC was led to believe that the 404 scheme would not be changed as the new C4C scheme was introduced.  It has now become clear that changes are proposed.  I have attached  a 22OCT20 letter from Geoff Moor, President of the CMC 

    CMC letter Code 404 surprised 22OCT20.pdf

    The only info we can see from the DoT is  from their website copied here in italics:

    It is proposed the Veteran/Vintage (404) scheme will soon be modernised, mirroring the vehicle use restrictions and motoring club responsibilities of the Concessions for Classics scheme. 

    When implemented, Veteran/Vintage participants will have the flexibility to use their vehicle for 90 days per annum – 60 days for participation in club sanction events and 30 days for personal use, testing, maintenance or repair. 

    DoT approved car clubs will be required to maintain a record of vehicle use by their members for auditing and compliance with the scheme. 

    Concession entitlements and vehicle conditions for vehicles licensed under the Veteran/ Vintage scheme will remain the same.

    Or you can see it here:

    The latest communication follows also in italics and is the content of an email from the Secretary of the CMC to all member clubs dated 22DEC20:

    Good afternoon all,

    At last night's meeting the issue regarding Code 404 was discussed and it was pointed out that discussions with the Department of Transport (DoT) have not been proceeding very well and that undesirable changes are likely to be introduced. 

    As such the CMC urges member clubs, and individual members, to write to the Minister for Transport and politicians of both the  upper and lower houses in their area expressing their concerns. The CMC has prepared the attached draft template letter and requests it be widely distributed to political circles. Please ensure it is circulated and includes the name and address of who it’s being sent to and who is sending it. Please also send the letter of complaint to:

    Hon. Rita Saffioti MLA
    Minister for Transport; Planning

    Level 9, Dumas House, 2 Havelock Street
    WEST PERTH WA 6005

    The Veteran Car Club has already written to the Minister for Transport and a copy of the letter they sent is also attached as promised last night.  We touched on Public Liability Insurance and a paper that has been prepared in this regard is attached for your information.

    All the very best for the festive season.

    Kind regards,

    Frank Casella.


    Back to me again, I have also attached a copy of that letter from the VCC to the Minister here so you can see their argument:

    VCC Letter to Minister for Transport re 404 Changes(VCCWA) Dec 2020.pdf

    You may also have seen various VCC and CMC members in the media this week expressing their concerns to all.

    I invite you all to read the documents and form your own opinion.  If you wish to correspond with the Minister for Transport or any other Minister you will find a link to their addresses in one of the documents or our Secretary will put it up soon on this website.

    As a club response requires general consensus I will be keen to hear see your opinion on email to on how we should respond.


    Michael Rock


  • 04 Jan 2021 6:46 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    All members are reminded that membership fees are due no later that the 31st of December each calendar year.

    Government legislation requires that an accurate and current list of all financial members as at the 31st of December each year be provided to the Department of Transport.

    A person who is not a financial member of a club to which the concessional vehicle is registered cannot use that vehicle on public roads in accordance with the current legislation.

    If you fail to pay your membership by the required date, your membership lapses and you are not permitted to operate the vehicle under the law.

    The Indian Harley Club is required to operate in accordance with the legislation, therefore, we are unable to accept and process late membership payments.

    If you have not renewed your membership prior to the required date your membership is cancelled.

    If your membership is cancelled you are required to complete a new membership application.

    The Club must comply with the law.

    The Committee cannot vary our obligations.


    John Keenan

    Secretary IHC

  • 30 Dec 2020 12:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please be advised that those members wishing to ride their Club registered bikes to attend the funeral of John Hilton may do so as a sanctioned event.

    A proposal will be put to the members at a future General Meeting, that any funeral of a club member will be a sanctioned event for the purpose of Code 404 legislation.

    For your information.

    Kindest regards,

    Paddy Keenan

    IHC Secretary

  • 29 Dec 2020 4:49 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    It is with great sadness that I inform you, that one of of well known and respected members from the "Busso Mob" has passed away.

    John Hilton, passed away on the 26th of December 2020.

    John's funeral will take place at:

    William Barrett and Sons premises, 105 Bussel Hwy, Busselton.

    1100 hrs on the 31st of December 2020.

    John Leewin, has organised a short ride departing PUMA service station at 1030hrs on 31st December. The ride will proceed to 105 Bussel Hwy.

    Those members who are attending the ride should be at the Puma service station no later than 1000hrs.

    Please wear your club Tee shirt.

    For your information.

    Kindest regards,

    John (Paddy) Keenan

    -- John Keenan Secretary Indian Harley Club

  • 28 Dec 2020 7:13 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    It is with deep sadness that I inform the members of the Indian Harley Club, that one of out members, JOHN HILTON from Vasse, passed away on the evening of 26th December 2020.

    John had been ill for a period of time before his passing.

    As information about funeral arrangements come to light, that information will be passed on to members.

    Rest in peace.

  • 22 Dec 2020 4:52 PM | Anonymous

    Here is the latest Black Dog Ride newsletter.

    BDR Newsletter

  • 20 Dec 2020 4:07 PM | Anonymous

    Classic Vibrations January 2021 edition is now available from the documents page, or via the link below.

    Classic Vibrations January 2021 edition

  • 15 Dec 2020 11:43 AM | Anonymous

    South Australia's 65th Anniversary Rally, Sat Sept 18th - Fri 24th Sept 2021.

    We have just become aware the hub chosen for the Veteran and Vintage Motor Cycle Club of South Australia's 65th Anniversary Rally is almost booked out. If you are thinking of attending this event and wanting to stay at the hub site, it would seem you need to book in at the Hahndorf Resort Caravan Park (phone 1300 763 836) ASAP.

  • 01 Dec 2020 11:34 AM | Anonymous

    Oz Vincent Review December edition is now available from the documents page, or via the link below.  Happy reading!

    Oz Vincent Review December 2020

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