Classic vehicles might range in age from 10 to 50+ years old, and the term "classic car" may include vintage, antique, and collector vehicles. Ultimately, it depends on the classic car definition used by your state, insurer, or car collecting club — each may have its own age rules.
The starting classic car age range can generally be anywhere from a minimum of 10 to 25 years old, but there's no agreed-upon minimum age that categorizes a car as a classic. Insurance companies, car collecting clubs, and state BMVs and DMVs all have their own methods for defining a classic car.
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Any motor vehicle (car truck motorcycle and motorhome) which is at least 40 years old may be permanently licensed as an antique vehicle
[PDF] South Carolina - Definitions
Antique Motor Vehicle Every motor vehicle which is over twenty-five years old is owned solely as a collector's item and is used for participation in club
[PDF] Historic Vehicle (QQ) Photos - NJgov
Historic registration may be assigned to an antique vehicle which is at least 25 years old Vehicle requirements: • Owned as a collector's item
[PDF] Vintage License Plates Using your antique vehicle for everyday driving
years old before January 1 of the current calendar year is considered an antique If you drive an antique vehicle you have the choice between an antique
[PDF] 321115 Antique vehicles — model year plates permitted
4 déc 2021 · A motor vehicle twenty-five years old or older may be registered as an antique vehicle The annual registration fee is the fee provided in
[PDF] Application for Classic License PlateS (Form VTR-850) - TxDMVgov
Passenger cars trucks motorcycles and travel trailers that are at least 25 years old qualify for Classic License Plates Instead of Classic License
[PDF] Certification for Antique Vehicle Registration - TNgov
The vehicle must be over twenty-five (25) years old and with a Note: Both cars and motorcycles may be considered antique motor vehicles