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Car Club Council of Central Virginia

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Car Club Council of Central Virginia CCCCVA was established in 1995. Currently there are 47 member clubs and organizations plus individual members. The goals of the council are to provide communications between car clubs, monitor legislation that could affect the car hobby and provide members of the council with information so that they can have a positive influence on auto related legislation.
Virginia has developed a reputation as a car hobby friendly state. In 1999 the antique vehicle registration was changed by the General Assembly so that, for the first time, antique vehicles were allowed 250 miles of pleasure driving every day. In 2000 a bill became law that allows vehicles 25 or more years old to be exempt emissions testing. During the 2004 session of the Assembly a bill was passed and signed into law by the governor to allow car hobbyists to keep parts and project cars on their property as long as the vehicles were out of ordinary view from a road.
The council cares about the privacy of its members. Member email addresses are used to help communicate car hobbyist news and events. Email addresses will only be shared with other members of the council. Before anyone's email address is shared with someone other than a council member, that person will be contacted and asked for their permission.
Many of Virginia’s car hobbyists own vehicles that are registered as antiques. Unfortunately there are people who have vehicles registered as antiques that are not obeying the laws. The Car Club Council of Central Virginia wants everyone to understand the following information about antique vehicle registration.
Your antique vehicle must be insured, driving without insurance carries a penalty of jail time and a fine. You should purchase insurance from a company that insures antique/special vehicles. Many insurance companies have restrictions on antiques such as mileage limits and the vehicle must be kept in a locked enclosed garage on your property.
Insurance for antiques is lower and has greater coverage than for vehicles registered as daily drivers.

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