Tired of DOT’s rules? :sick: So were we.
So we’re changing the rules to benefit owners of Collector cars. :woohoo: Read on…
Current law requires DMV to deny Collector registration if the vehicle is not 100% stock. Let’s face it, nearly every Collector car out there has something that’s not stock. How about tires, radio, paint color, interior, filters, plugs, etc. It sounds picky, but even a VW Beetle which took an award at the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance was denied Collector plates because of a CD radio.
We’ve worked with Sen. Grothman to draft a bill which helps Collector owners, plus we’ve worked with DOT to make sure they can live with it too. We now need your help to push for passage of the bill.
Read the Bill, FAQs, and details here: Old Car Preservation Act
Briefly, the Bill will:
1 Allow modifications to Collector vehicles, so long as they have an unmodified body.
2 Exempts Collector, former military, and pre-’70 vehicles from FMVSS Certification Label requirement as a reason for denial of registration.
3 Allows collectors of HMV vehicles occasional personal use plus the right to keep “parts” vehicles (the same as other Collectors already have).
4 Defines Kei-class vehicles and reinforces the existing prohibition against their registration.
Please visit the website, read all the details, and support this Bill. Details are on the website to tell you how to get involved. Be sure to scroll down all the way for directions.
If you’ve got questions, this is the place for ’em.
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