Benefits of membership
Enjoyment of your Mercedes-Benz will be enhanced by membership of the Mercedes-Benz Club of NSW. Through the Club you will be able to access information that will help you restore or preserve the appearance, performance and value of your Mercedes-Benz, whether it be old or new. You will have the opportunity to meet and socialise with people with a common interest.
Some of the benefits of membership include:
|•||Monthly General Meetings (except January)|
|•||Four issues of the club magazine "Star Torque"|
|•||Motoring, technical and social events|
|•||Eligibility to enter cars in the Club's annual Concours d'Elegance|
|•||Conditional registration system for vintage and classic cars 30 years and older|
|•||Free classified advertisements in Club Magazine|
|•||Access to an extensive library of Australian and overseas publications on the marque, including workshop manuals for most models. Members may borrow books from the club's library for up to one month at a time.|
|•||Assistance with technical enquiries is available to all members|
The knowledge and support gained by belonging to a motoring club is invaluable.
How to join or renew?
Simply complete the Mercedes-Benz Club of NSW Entry and Renewal Form and email (or post) to the Membership Secretary, or bring it with you to the monthly club meeting. Membership costs only $85 per annum, plus a one off $50 joining fee for new members. Pro-rata fees may apply - please refer to the application form for more details.
Membership of the Mercedes-Benz Club of NSW is subject to the conditions specified in the Club's Constitution.Mercedes-Benz Club of NSW Constitution 2013.
New member liaison
Even though we share a common interest and love of Mercedes-Benz cars, it can be daunting to meet a group of new people. To ease the process, the Club has set up a New Members' Table at the monthly General Meetings.
The formal meeting agenda includes events reports and general business, as well cars for sale and wanted are shared with members. The meeting is followed by an opportunity for members to catch up over tea, coffee and refreshments.
The Club structure includes the Executive and committees. The executive positions are filled by nominated and elected members. All positions are voluntary. The election and appointments take place at the Annual General Meeting held on the first Wednesday in November. All members are encouraged to hold positions on the various committees to help administer the club.