After meeting Phil Whitton at the
Mildura AGM and subsequent emails, it is recommended that any member
who wishes to register a
using the Ulysses Club Inc as the RTA recognised club, to contact
for a copy of a
RTA Declaration Form No
1259 with the Ulysses Club Inc stamp on it.
This in addition to the
attached RTA Application form.
This procedure will enable Phil to keep a record
of all the bikes on Historic plates as the
Registrar for the Ulysses Club.
Note: a Ulysses Branch stamp is not
acceptable to RTA and the RTA is now called "Transport
Roads and Maritime Services" which may change
the forms at some stage soon.
some enquires regarding the "how and what" of historic vehicle
registration this email was forwarded by Jen Woods 14/11/2011
Phil Whitton [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, 27 July 2009 5:33 PM
To: Eurobodalla (and all other branches)
Subject: Ulysses Historical Registration NSW
you may have seen on the website Notice Board, I've posted updated
info re the Conditional Plate scheme for NSW.
the past few years since the introduction of the system from the RTA,
the system has been self disciplined with little problems being
encountered. However there has been a few problems where the stamp
being used has the branch details identified. This has caused
problems with the various RTA branches as their computer only shows
the Ulysses as being at Narellan, and not in their local area, and
as such refusing the application.
are still listed as "Approved Users: Country" on their computer
have attached a copy of the correct stamp from the NatCom office,
with compliments Vic Lesslie ( who says you never get anything from
a Treasurer? ).
only requirements for the Branch Secretary (
or Plate registrar) to do is to ensure the applicant is a current
member and to keep a list of the registration details.
the system is now operational for more then the minimum 2 years, we
can undertake roadworthy checks, however, in order to reduce
potential conflicts of interest, I still believe an independant
inspection is the best way to go.
there is a suitably qualified and independant person available, they
can be nominated as the inspecter, however should there be a
dispute or failure to comply, the matter then has to be referred
back for adjudication through the Classic Motorcycle Club's
has been agreed the Branches can run their own Register although the
RTA requires a list to be held of all registrations. This ensures
the usage complies with the approved use in the events calender and
can be varified by the Branch Sec/Registrar.
such can the Registrars please forward me a list of their Plates
users to ensure the RTA requirements are complied with.
Name: Contact Number:Branch: Bike details: Rego number
there are any problems, drop me a line
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0246 841260
regards to all and ride older machines( makes you feel younger )
Phil Whitton 3437
Conditional Registration Registrar