<VV> Corvairs with 'Antique' plates ?
jhouston001 at cfl.rr.com
Mon Apr 5 10:16:50 EDT 2010
Same here in Florida. My restrictions on where/when I drive the Corvair
are set by the insurance company, not the State...
On 4/5/2010 9:25 AM, Michael Kovacs wrote:
> In CT the plates have one restriction. The car must be 25 years old. Period. Insurance is a different story. My everyday drivers are not insured with cheap 'antique' insurance, but with regular automobile insurance, making them legal to drive any time.
> MIKE KOVACS
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> The laws are very very different here state to state.....................................
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