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    Club Scheme up /Log Books

    Just picked the mail for CMOOC

    Great news

    Letter from Labour Minister for transport
    (surprise these pinkies have finally got their shit together)

    The log book scheme should be implemented Feb 2011

    Basically as we all asked for.

    I'm home, Melb Cup day

    I'll scan it and post tommorrow

    Phil M

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    Will be interesting to see 45 day and 90 day $'s.
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    DD the 90 day will as now ie about $100.00

    45 day will B 1/2

    Only new charge will B 4 the log book

    Supposed to be about $10.00

    It will be interesting if this is all true (and great for owners of old classic cars)
    I guess I'm a bit of a sceptic when it comes to Government

    Phil M

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    pmolly Guest
    Here ya go

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    So no more details other than that Mol?

    Looks really promising, as long as it's less than half ($$$) what they sting us for full rego, I can see it being a big success.
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    pmolly Guest
    DD "that's all there is"
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    Ok. "Thanks Mol".

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    what more do you need to know dd .$100 .90 days, fill in the log book and of you go,seems simple enough.. its hard to see the road sign with all that rain sometimes......
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    Well Geoff, Mol is not the only one with skepticism about the hole deal. $100 seems too cheap from a governmental perspective for me. Or more simply put, it makes too much sense!

    Great for us if it does come in at that price.
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    Sounds real good to me, I assume that you still need club membership to be able to use this new system?

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    pmolly Guest
    Mathew yes mate thats the only way to control the scheme

    Its $40.00 annual membership CMOOC .

    Phil M

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    pmolly Guest
    here ya go DD

    Last year it was $110.00

    It should be the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmolly View Post
    Mathew yes mate thats the only way to control the scheme

    Its $40.00 annual membership CMOOC .

    Phil M
    Thanks Phil,

    Looks like I'll be signing up in the new year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmolly View Post
    Last year it was $110.00
    MMM lets see $110x5 = same as normal reg = 1 car for every week day

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    pmolly Guest
    Swampy R U trying 2 get me divorced

    This is all "Mens Secrets"
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    no where on the Club Permit Form does it say Registration it is a Club Permit Number and TAC Fee, and if you thing $100 is too much well what can i say.

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    as a member just had my car put on club reg is a great price to pay and looking
    forword to the log books

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbrowed View Post
    no where on the Club Permit Form does it say Registration it is a Club Permit Number and TAC Fee, and if you thing $100 is too much well what can i say.
    Is that a general comment? Every single post in this thread is saying it is cheap and people will sign up because they think it's a good deal.
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    DD am I missing something here

    I'm lucky enough to have 2 cars on a PERMIT, costing $113.00 each total $216.00 yearly
    If fully registered cost for both would B $1218.00 yearly
    UMMM that's a saving of $1000.00
    My membership of CMOOC is $40.00
    Which is totally irelavant any as U saw yesterday with the roll up of members to Sandown
    ie I really enjoy the club any way
    but it is still "CHEAP" allowing me to use the cars actually 6 months of the year

    A very confused

    Phil M

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    I was merely quizzing redbrowed's comment that:

    Quote Originally Posted by redbrowed View Post
    and if you think $100 is too much well what can i say.
    I was curious because not one person has suggested that it is expensive, in fact quite the opposite and I was confused where this came from.

    I have said, and I will say again, that when the scheme is introduced and if it is that cheap, many people will be very happy. My only concern is that the govco will use it as an opportunity for a cash grab and raise the fee. Which is more likely when implementing a new/different scheme.
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