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Offline Barefoot dave

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Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« on: October 03, 2013, 10:18:10 AM »
G'day all.
As discussed, let's compile a list of hints and tips and 'more knowledgable' locations for people to have their 110 Perentie vehicles inspected and registered.
The following format is suggested;

NOTE: The following information does not constitute an endorsement or promise from REMLR or the poster of the services listed!

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State: Qld
Town/Suburb: Brisbane
Inspection Business: Mr Roadworthy (Mobile service)
Registration Station: DOT Strathpine
Notes/ suggestions: 2 of us have used Mr Roadworthy and they assigned the jobs to the same person. We told them to expect more, so they will most likely have him as the ex-mil specialist.
DOT Strathpine simply checked the chassis and engine numbers and compiance plate details.

State : QLD
Town : Coolum Beach
Inspection business : RAM Automotive, coolum beach
Registration Station : Moroochydore
Notes : RAM has done the roadworthy on my personnel & also work on another GS in the area so they know more about them than most. No dramas getting the roadworthy cert for 5 seats as per the compliance plate.
Moroochydore registration station was fairly straight forward, they double checked as it wasn't on their list & I was told that it did not require a vehicle inspection as long as it was only being registered for the number of belted, forward facing seats. ( as per compliance plate & RWC.)

« Last Edit: October 07, 2013, 12:03:32 PM by Phoenix »
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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2013, 06:43:02 PM »
In NSW, the vehicles being sold through Minto are being supplied with a NSW Blue Slip (or for vehicles over 8t GVM, a Brown Slip), provided that they are in a roadworthy condition. This greatly simplifies the registration process as no further inspection is required for NSW registration. Simply attend a NSW RMS registry with the Blue Slip, a completed Application for Registration and a paid CTP Green Slip. The registry staff do not need to view the vehicle.

The NSW Blue Slip is not valid for the purposes of interstate registration, although can be used to issue an Unregistered Vehicle Permit to drive the vehicle on a delivery trip anywhere except WA. A NSW Blue Slip is only valid for 42 days, and when expired the vehicle must be re-examinined.

Any vehicles bought from an interstate auction will require a NSW Blue Slip. A person from Australian Frontline Machinery has told me that they are willing to perform a NSW Blue Slip inspection (for the current fee) for any vehicle purchased in an interstate AFM/Grays auction

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2013, 08:42:50 PM »
Thanks T.
Kind Regards, Barefoot Dave.
Reunited with my old mate, RFSV 51 680, 'Sleazy'!!
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Gone:'91 RFSV, '88 Truck Carryall 48 358. Both cared for by REMLR members.

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2013, 11:04:01 PM »
In ACT, rego think the army Land Rovers are jacked up and way to modified to register and can only be used as paddock bashers!
Best way is to get them regoed in NSW first (including having the VIN added to the National Database). Then (after fitting a keyed ignition) get it inspected at an approved ACT garage and go get your plates! Then cancel your NSW rego and CTP to get a partial refund.
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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2013, 07:29:58 PM »
State : QLD
Town : Coolum Beach
Inspection business : RAM Automotive, coolum beach
Registration Station : Moroochydore
Notes : RAM has done the roadworthy on my personnel & also work on another GS in the area so they know more about them than most. No dramas getting the roadworthy cert for 5 seats as per the compliance plate.
Moroochydore registration station was fairly straight forward, they double checked as it wasn't on their list & I was told that it did not require a vehicle inspection as long as it was only being registered for the number of belted, forward facing seats. ( as per compliance plate & RWC.)

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #5 on: October 06, 2013, 07:33:43 PM »
Hi there all

I am glad we don't have the issues you have interstate - registration in SA was easy

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #6 on: October 19, 2013, 08:29:49 AM »
All will add further to Daves First Post.

Mr Roadworthy would be my recommendation not only for Brisbane but also the Gold Coast and surrounding areas.

The chap to ask for is Tony Duce, Mobile 0400 776 564, or the office number on 1300 884 306.

Tonys a nice chap, and is well aware of whats good and bad on these Perenties, don't expect him to pass it if its got something wrong however, but lets just say he is very fair.

I have also just had my Sankey Trailer done by him, very helpful as we had to stamp some info on the build plate due to it being a Import.  Interestingly 3 people at transport gave different instructions on what we needed to do. We just followed the form and it passed.

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #7 on: October 29, 2013, 09:35:01 PM »
Does anyone have any tips or inspection places in Melbourne that have used for roadworthy inspections ?  I am in Bayside.

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #8 on: November 30, 2013, 03:51:21 PM »
I went to geelong for mine, all I had to do is change the front disc brakes and changed the ignition barrel to a key start, and im getting my rwc on Monday Tuesday, then book in with vicroads for the inspection, shouldn't have much trouble getting a rwc for one as all the cars come pretty rwc when sold

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #9 on: November 30, 2013, 11:06:20 PM »
I have had mine RWC'd at Argus Automotive in Cheltenham,  all good except for the rear door seal and a steering rubber bot but fixed pretty easy and then picked up the club plates yesterday.  She's back on patrol as of this morning .....

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #10 on: November 30, 2013, 11:15:06 PM »
good to see that they don't need much for rwc.
club plates?

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2013, 09:55:04 AM »
Club plates allow you to use the vehicle (has to be older than 25 years old) in Victoria for 90 days per year for $130 rather than the usaul $600 for a full rego.  You have to be a member of a club,  so I joined the LR owners club of Victoria for $130 per year so it works out a lot cheaper ...

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2013, 09:57:33 AM »
ahh yea that's fair enough then

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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #13 on: December 01, 2013, 01:31:56 PM »
30 year old in Queensland.   Perfect one day, crappy the next.   :D :D :D :D
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Re: Registering a 'Perentie' Landrover
« Reply #14 on: December 01, 2013, 01:41:21 PM »
Club plates allow you to use the vehicle (has to be older than 25 years old) in Victoria for 90 days per year for $130 rather than the usaul $600 for a full rego.  You have to be a member of a club,  so I joined the LR owners club of Victoria for $130 per year so it works out a lot cheaper ...


Dont forget on club plates you dont pay stamp duty either saving $40/1000. That is also a big saving.

VMVC is $50 per year membership.
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