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Vermont Automobile Enthusiasts

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In 1953 during a period when the history of the early automobile had been largely forgotten, the Vermont Automobile Enthusiasts VAE was founded. Automobiles had come to be called cars, had become utilitarian and were no longer used primarily for pleasure as they had been in earlier times. The two, Ken Gypson and Rod Rice are considered to be the two principal founding members of the VAE and it should not be surprising to find them participating in the clubs’ activities fifty years later and driving their antique cars considerable distances.
The purposes of the Auto Club of Vermont were to secure rational legislation, rules and regulations governing the use of automobiles, to maintain the lawful rights of owners and users of automobiles, to promos and support improvements of the highways of the State and to maintain a social club devoted to automobilism. Their membership includes a club logo window sticker for your car, a roster of club members and a subscription to wheel tracks, their monthly publication of club news, meets, local and regional coming events, business meetings, owner profiles, restoration project vignettes, technical memos and an opportunity to participate at any level of club activities.Their Membership is open to anyone with a passion for preserving automotive history.
Their mission is to develop and support genuine interest in the preservation and restoration of the products of the automotive industry, and collecting, retrieving, restoring and preserving said products for the benefit of the present and future generations. Auto insurance or car or motor insurance is insurance consumers can purchase for cars, trucks, and other vehicles. Its primary use is to provide protection against losses incurred as a result of car accidents. Insurance is provided on your car, motorcycle or boat.

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