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Club Permit (Which club?)
« on: January 16, 2020, 12:25:00 PM »

Just wondered, is everyone on here part of the same club for club permit purposes?

I was looking at Moke owners association of Victoria but they are across the other side of the city from where I live.
I couoldn't work out if the Australian Moke Forum was directly linked to a club or not and which one.

My moke is at the mechanics now so fingers crossed ti comes back with a roadworthy! or at least not too long of a list..

Thanks, Marcus.


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Re: Club Permit (Which club?)
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2020, 12:39:22 PM »
This forum is not associated with the MOA although a lot of us are MOA members.
If you are after Club rego you can probably join any local club but joining the MOA
you'll be part of a group that know mokes inside out and you can go on lots of
moke events, you may find a MOA member in your area that you can talk things over with.

Good luck with the roadworthy, they always find something wrong on first visit.
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Re: Club Permit (Which club?)
« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2020, 07:53:28 PM »

Totally agree with Moemoke, especially with so much Moke Knowledge within the Club, and not just the mechanical side, about traveling in them, history of Mokes, connecting people with runs and social gatherings, etc,etc.
I live over 300 k's away from the clubroom of the MOA and still get a lot of enjoyment from being a member.

Yes, good luck with the roadworthy, I hope your out and about Moking in no time.
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