If you are applying for a permit for a vehicle used in a carnival or procession you must ensure that the vehicle is in a roadworthy condition in respect of the:
- brake system
- driver access and ventilation
- exhaust system
- stop lamps
- turn signal lamps
- visibility of the driver
- warning devices.
An over-dimensional permit will also be required if standard vehicle dimensions are exceeded.
To be eligible for a UVP that is a rally permit you must:
- be a member of a car club affiliated with the Confederation of Australian Motorsport (CAMS)
- hold a National Rally licence or an international rally licence
- obtain a current Victorian Certificate of Roadworthiness or Scrutineers Form from CAMS.
Other applicants will need to provide details of the reason for the permit, the desired start date and time and the number of days required (along with any other information required by the Agency).