I've been reading up about the WOVR in VIC and Repairable Write-offs. I heard mention that if a vehicle is older than 15 years it doesn't go on the WOVR, and hence no VIV would be needed if it was fixed and re-registered. What I can't find is information pertaining to the following scenario. Vehicle is 14 yrs old, gets deemed a repairable write-off, and goes on the WOVR like it should. What happens in 1 year when it's now 15 yrs old? Does it "fall off" the WOVR, and hence no VIV would be needed to re-register the repaired vehicle? I've looked high and low for the past week and cannot find any information that either confirms or crushes this. Anyone out there know the answer, or can point me to the right information on an authority website?