In the case of historic ambulances and fire-fighting equipment vehicles less than 30 years old, the vehicle must be converted to right hand drive.Complete the registration concession application (F3937) and take it to your nearest transport and motoring customer service centre or, if you live in a rural area, a QGAP office, Magistrates Court or local police station that provides vehicle registration services—please call to confirm before visiting.Read on for more about when and how registration numbers change.We’ll also take a look at personalised number plates – although our dedicated piece on that subject has more information, should you need it.New ‘17 plate’ cars are already becoming a common sight on our roads. Britain is one of the few countries to issue age-related registration numbers to its cars – a tradition dating back to 1963.
The special interest vehicle concession can be applied to multiple eligible vehicles—there is no limit.
Please complete a registration concession application (F3937) for each eligible vehicle.
Club membership - You require evidence, at the time of application, of current membership with a Queensland incorporated vehicle club or incorporated association to be eligible for this concession.
Additionally, the number on a car’s registration plate now has less impact on value than the former annually changed letter.
Apart from showing the age of your car, its number plate also tells you roughly where it was first registered.
While temporary plates can only be used for the time printed on them and new ones have to be assigned and bought if the vehicle is supposed to be on public roads later on there is no need to renew regular plates periodically.