The first competition event for 2016 is around the corner. On February 28, we will be conducting a Motorkhana and Khanacross at DECA.
Entry forms and payment can be done on-line this year, and we encourage participants to take advantage of the new process, as it greatly reduces the workload during and after the event.
Step 1 is to RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP if you haven’t already done so. See instructions at the end of this post….
Step 2 is MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A VALID LICENCE. We cannot do new AASA licences and renew existing AASA licences at an event. Under new AASA rules, the Club is only permitted to issue a day licence. If you don’t have a valid licence, then you will have to purchase a day licence for $25.
Step 3 is KEEP YOUR LOGIN and PASSWORD. When the entry form is released, it will make your application easier. The Revolutionise platform allows you to check your membership status and other transactions.
2015 was a record year for the Club. There was a record number of participants at a record number of events. We look forward to 2016 being as successful. If members can assist with pre-registration and keeping membership and licences current, then we can continue to provide the number of quality events proposed for 2016.
Instructions for Membership renewal…
Memberships can now be done on-line. Members will receive a login to access their own personal data held by the Club. Changes of address or other contact information can now be updated by the member.
Existing and new members can use the following link www.revolutionise.com.au/awdcc/ to start registering or renewing.
Existing members and contacts need to follow the Membership > Renew tabs. They will be asked for their Surname , and also their Date of Birth. All members are currently recorded as 1/1/1900. After you have logged in, please change the D.O.B. If there are more than one member with the same surname, you will be prompted to supply a First Name.
After the initial Registering or Renewing, the member will receive login details that will enable them to login using the “Member Login” button in the top right hand corner of the Home page.
Members are encouraged to check the details on record. Care has been taken in transferring data from the old system, however there are some fields available in the new program that were not used under the previous system.
Date of Birth enables us to track members participating in the Junior Championship.
Postal Address information is still important for sending out membership cards.
Gender would be a good one to check.
There are several levels of Membership known as Payment Classes.
Social membership is for those who don’t compete, just receive news and come to the odd “social” event.
Junior / Student is for those under 18 y.o at Jan 1., or full-time student (regardless of age) and is required for competing in Club events.
Senior is 18 y.o. and over, and is required for competing in Club events or for Historic Registration
Family is for , say, a couple with children who are juniors or students. No limit on number of family members. Children can compete in motorkhanas from 12 years of age.
Family could also be for a couple with no children. Family members over 18 have the same entitlements as Senior Members.
When joining up as a Family, the $65 fee is paid by the “Family – Senior – First Adult”.
Other members of the family join as “Family – Senior – Second Adult” or “Family – Jnr”, and there is no fee.
Each member of the family will need to be entered separately.
A Senior or Family membership is required for Historic Registration.
It is advisable that memberships remain current for the purposes of Historic Registration.
All memberships are due on January 1 each year.
Some members have already paid for 2016, and this information should be shown in their personal information.
Membership cards are printed for members 12 years old and above. The new membership card has a Card Identification number. Revolutionise does not support membership numbers.
Historic Vehicles – Members will need to purchase a Historic Licence for each Historic Vehicle registered with the Club in either state. The Historic Vehicle Licence allows the member to take part in the NSW Conditional Registration for Historic Vehicles or Street Rods, or the Victorian Club Permit Scheme for Veteran, Vintage, Classic and Historic, Trailers, Modified, Street Rod, Replica or Machinery.