Registration Concession Application - Pensioners/Seniors/Prescribed Service Persons; - Special Interest Vehicles ...
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Section B - Special Interest Vehicle Concession
I agree to inform the department of any change which may
aect my eligibility to retain the concession. I hereby certify that
the statement above is true and correct and I agree to use the
vehicle in accordance with the conditions of the concession. I
understand that if a vehicle on concession is operated outside
the conditions of the concession, a penalty infringement notice
may be issued or I may be prosecuted by a court. I consent to
the department verifying the evidence of identity information
provided with the relevant issuing authority or other agencies.
Registered operator signature/s
• Applicants must be residents of Qld and holders of:
– Pensioner Concession Card (Qld issued)
– Seniors Card (Qld issued)
– DVA letter (containing a Qld issued Ref. No.) stating that the
– is at least 70% incapacitated under the Veterans
Entitlement Act 1986
– has been assessed as at least 50 impairment points under
the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2004.
• Applications may be lodged at a customer service centre
or, if you live in a rural area, a Queensland Government
Agency Program oce or a local police station that provides
vehicle registration services. Alternatively, applications can be
submitted by mail:
PO Box 2211
BRISBANE QLD 4001
or email: email@example.com
Note: Applications must include a copy of the front and back of the
concession card or supporting letter, refer above.
• The concession only applies to motor vehicles not over 4.5
tonnes GVM, motorbikes, motorised caravans (no GVM limit)
with a ‘private’ purpose of use and recreational ships.
• The concession document must be in the same name as the
registered operator of the vehicle or recreational ship and
must be mainly for the applicant’s own private use.
• An eligible person may only receive one concession for their
vehicle and one for their ship at any one time.
• Only one concession per couple will apply.
Section A - Pensioner, Seniors and Prescribed Service
Concession Card sighted:
Special Interest Vehicle requirements met:
Agency use only
• If a vehicle or ship is registered in joint names the following
• For a married couple or defacto, where both are
eligible for a concession, either person may submit an
application. If only one person is eligible, the application
must be made by that person.
• For other relationships, both persons must be eligible
for a concession and each must submit an application.
• Sole parent concession card holders can only have
concessional registration if they are the sole registered
• Pension card holders will need to provide proof of their
eligibility for concessional registration if they need to move the
concession to another vehicle. All other concession types will
only need to complete a Registration Concession Application
to withdraw and apply the concession to their new vehicle.
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Conditions of use for vehicles
The SIV Guide sets out the requirements for registering vehicles
under the scheme and explains the conditions under which the
scheme operates. Registered operators must meet the specic
requirements in the guide to be eligible for the concession.
The registered operator must then continue to comply with the
conditions when using their vehicle. These conditions are:
Club membership: Evidence of current membership with a
Qld incorporated vehicle club or association must be provided
on club letterhead or ocial club documentation at the time
of application for a concession. It must be signed by a club
ocial and include vehicle’s details. Where a genuine reason is
provided for not meeting this condition, it may be waived by the
Historic Dating and Vehicle Certicate (if applicable): A
dating certicate is only required if the date of manufacture
cannot be veried by the department. If a dating certicate
is required, a club ocial must certify that the vehicle is
authentic and was manufactured at least 30 years ago. This
certicate, which must be on club letterhead or other ocial club
documentation, will need to be presented when applying for a
Lighting: If the vehicle does not have permanent lighting,
then the registered operator must carry a removable lighting
system with the vehicle at all times and use that system
whenever lighting would normally be required. Carbide lights are
acceptable where that type of light was originally tted.
Use of vehicles registered with a Special Interest Vehicle
Concession is restricted to the following:
• Participating in rallies or events (including impromptu events)
as organised or authorised by an incorporated vehicle club or
sanctioned by the Australia Street Rod Federation.
Note: All rallies and events must be listed in the incorporated club
newsletter or on their website or social media page
• Participating in processions for which a Special Event Permit
has been issued under the Transport Operations (Road Use
Management - Accreditation and Other Provisions) Regulation
• Exhibiting the vehicle in displays, fetes or similar functions
conducted for religious, charitable or educational purposes.
• Use for ceremonial purposes (such as, weddings, formals,
funerals) involving immediate family members or as part of
a sanctioned club event, provided this is not done for fee
or reward. Immediate and de facto family means parents,
grandparents, sons, daughters, grandchildren, adopted
children and adopted grandchildren but not extended family
relationships such as aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces.
• Preparing for, proceeding to, and returning from the above