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Jaguar Driver's Club of South Australia

Est. 1973


Concessional Registration

The Historic Registration Scheme in SA has been updated as of 1st July 2017
and is now called Club Registration

Club Registration

The new regulations are much simpler and have removed much of the restrictions included in the old scheme in particular the requirements for originality, three yearly inspections, annual Statutory Declarations etc.


If you are uncertain if your vehicle is eligible for Club Registration use our helpful checklist. 

Download PDF Here:  CLUB REGISTRATION QUICK CHECK


Remember it remains your responsibility at all times to ensure that you and your car comply with the new regulations. Please read the Code of Practice and understand your responsibilities.


W A R N I N G: 

Your annual club membership lapses on the 30th June each calendar year. 

If you fail to renew your club membership, or if you renew club membership but fail to have your log book stamped and updated by the LOG BOOK SECRETARY by the 30th June your car automatically is deemed to be unregistered and uninsured.

Heavy fines apply and cancellation of your Concessional Registration.


Download (177.4 KB PDF):  CODE OF PRACTICE FOR CLUB REGISTRATION 2017


CLUB REGISTRATION UPDATE  - Seat Belts/child restraints


There have been rule changes governing the use of seat belts in Club Registered vehicles.

In summary the rule changes mean:


1.   That, if your club registered vehicle is fitted with seat belts then these seat belts must be worn at all times.

2.   If passengers in your club registered vehicle are under the age of 7 years, then they must be restrained by a correctly fitted, approved child restraint.

3.   It follows that if you plan to have children under the age of 7 years travel in your club registered vehicle seat belt anchorage points must be permanently fitted in an approved manner.


For a full statement on these changes please refer to the communication from The Department of Transport Planning and Infrastructure HERE


Benefits of Club Registration:

1.   Significantly reduced registration costs

2.   No stamp duty payable on transfer of ownership


Requirements of Club Registration:
  • Your car must be at least 30 years old as at the 1st January in any year
  • Initially you will need to obtain a Scheme Application Form (MR334) to be issued by a JDCSA authorised inspector. 
  • No vehicle inspection is required.
  • You must be a financial member of the JDCSA. If you cease to be a financial member of the club your registration          automatically lapses.
  • You must obtain a Logbook from the JDCSA Logbook Secretary 
  • You may only use the car 90 days a year 
  • You must record brief details of all trips in your logbook. If you fail to do so your  car will be deemed unregistered and     heavy fines apply along with cancellation of your Club Registration.

Steps to purchase a car under Club Registration

         (Note: Club Registration is NOT TRANSFERABLE upon the sale of your vehicle)

  • Become a member of JDCSA (This will take a month, as your application must appear in our monthly magazine)
  • Obtain a completed Club Registration Scheme Application Form (MR334) from a JDCSA inspector.
  • Purchase the car from the vendor.
  • Go to Transport SA with the Transfer Papers, Registration papers and the completed Scheme Application Form (MR334)
  • Register the car under the Club Registration Scheme. (No stamp duty will apply.)
  • Apply for a Log Book to be issued by the JDCSA Log Book Secretary


You can then enjoy your Jaguar . . . . . . . .


The current JDCSA Logbook Secretary is:

David Burton  

Mobile: 0417566225    Email: davidb716@gmail.com


Authorised JDCSA Inspectors

A full list of authorised JDCSA inspectors is to be found on the CONTACT page.