This is revealed in sebuaha research that revealed that the owners of classic cars can be breaking the law if they do not have the correct documents when their car membaw walk.
According to a recent survey conducted by a specialist insurance broker classic car and motorcycle Footman James in England revealed 35 percent of classic car owners want to risk breaking the law pleased to take a walk on a public road even though their paperwork is not complete and does not comewith insurance.
In the UK every car is to be insured because if not it’s against the law.
“A surprise that 8 percent of those surveyed did not know what action they should take when they bring the car to the road, so it is important that they understand and follow correct procedures,” said the director of Footman James, Andy Fairchild.
That’s why Andy suggested to the owners of antique vehicles reviewing the paperwork and administrative requirements of each of their collections such as insurance, taxes and other papers that have not been in the restoration of both current and retired. This in itself involves a 3500 survey of owners of antique vehicles and conducted in November last year.