Permission To Move    :PTM       and    Day Book Movement Logging

A PERMIT TO MOVE is required BY LAW in accordance with RTA regulations if you are NOT participating in the LOG BOOK SCHEME

Only fully financial members of the NDVCC Inc. are eligible to obtain a PTM from the club. A ll movements of vehicles, when not on a Club Sanctioned event, require a PTM or a Day Book Movement recorded by the Club Registrar, Club President or Club Secretary.

A DAY BOOK MOVEMENT Logging is required for all moving of vehicles on Club registration within a 15km radius of the vehicles garaging address and if the move is to be of less than 24 hours.   This logging must occur to ensure the Club member is covered by insurance if an accident occurs while the vehicle is being driven while not on a  Club Sanctioned event.. Day Book Movement logs cover such things as testing the vehicle after servicing and repairs, obtaining petrol, etc.

To obtain a PTM or a register a Day Book Movement

Contact the Club Registrar
Brian Harris  0427 286 708

The following committee members can also issues a PTM or Day Book Move

Glen Petherbridge 4947 3660     :    Brian Schasser 4966 8630

Tom Milgate  958 3531                 :    Bob Stevens 4946 9026

If no one is available; leave the following details on the answering service of the Committee member.

v       FULL NAME OF THE CLUB MEMBER

v       REGISTRATION NUMBER

v       MAKE AND MODEL OF THE VEHICLE

v       DATE OF TRAVEL

v       START AND END DESTINATION OF TRAVEL

v       PURPOSE OF THE JOURNEY

v       RETURN TELEPHONE NUMBER SO YOU CAN BE CONTACTED

 

The Club member requesting the PTM will be telephoned within 24 hours with a PTM number .  

A Day Book Movement only needs to be recorded by the registrar therefore the member will not be called back with a number for a Day Book movement.

DO NOT contact the RTA for a PTM or Day Book Move.

Only the NDVCCC Inc. can issue a PTM or record a Day Book Move for its members

 

Below is an extract from the RTA HISTORIC VEHICLE POLICY APRIL 2009

o            Vehicles can only be used for events organised by their Club, another Club or recognised community organisations provided an official invitation has been received and documented by the Club in the official minutes, or the official Day Book

o            Vehicles can also be used on a road or road related area for the following reasons:

§          For servicing within a short distance from their place of garaging;

§          For the inspection of the vehicle;

§          BUT the movement of the vehicle must be recorded.

o            If a longer journey is necessary, the member must notify the Club Registrar, Club President or Club Secretary so that they can enter the details in the Clubs official Day Movement Book.

o            Any Club member wishing to use their vehicles for the carriage of persons to or from a wedding or reception should first check their legal obligation under the Passenger Transport Act 1990 with the Ministry of Transports Manager Accreditation and Licensing on (02)96898829.    The Club must also authorise the use of the vehicle for this purpose.

o            Vehicles must display conditional registration number plates and a current registration label.

o            Name bars may be affixed to the number plate provided the positioning of the name bar does not obscure the number plate.

CONDITIONS

o            Historic vehicles registered under the conditional registration scheme are subject to the following conditions of operation:

§        Registered operator must be a member of an authorised motoring club.

§         Use only in conjunction with an authorised club event or maintenance.

o            Other conditions may be applied as required.

o            The Certificate of Approved Operations, detailing the conditions applicable to the operation of the vehicle, must be carried in the vehicle whenever the vehicle is used on a road or road related area.