Rally Vehicle Scheme (RVS)
Queensland Rally Vehicle Registration Scheme (RVRS)
The conditional registration scheme available in Queensland is known as Rally Vehicle Registration Scheme or RVRS provided by the Department of Transport & Main Roads.
There are a number of types of conditional registration available in Tasmania, all of which applications are made directly to Department of Transport Tasmania. The links to each scheme are below:
Motorsport Australia continues to engage the Victorian Government improving the understanding of the interaction, for the Rally discipline, of Motorsport Australia with Government departments including both VicRoads and the Department or the Environment, Land, Water and Planning.
Access to the road network in Victoria is vital for the Rally discipline and requires a range of interactions with GOV Departments to facilitate it, be it for Road Closure permits, legislation exemptions or to legitimately permit the use of Rally vehicles on the road network. Other considerations include road or infrastructure damage, community engagement and ensuring that the benefits to Victoria, that rallying brings, are highlighted.
By working directly with the various Departments, Motorsport Australia is seeking to ensure that the obligations of Motorsport Australia, our Member Clubs, Members and event organisers are clearly defined and that the continued interaction with the Departments at both the State and regional level is considered in order to reduce any unnecessary red tape and improve the processes for both.
Dedicated Rally Vehicle (DRV)
Dedicated Rally Vehicle Scheme (DRV)
The conditional registration scheme available in SA is known as the Dedicated Rally Vehicle Scheme or DRV provided by the SA Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure.DRV ManualDRV Administrative ProceduresDRV Application to BuildDRV Letter of IntroductionDRV Transfer of Ownership