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Q: What is a Classic Car?

A: 1. A Classic private motor car is defined as a private motor car having been registered in Bermuda for a minimum of 25 years and also licensed as a private car a minimum of 15 years.

2. A Bermuda Classic Car Association be established and all persons wishing to register a Classic private motor car be a member of this Association. The Association will assist the TCD by maintaining an annual register of all Classic car members and an updated status of each Classic car.

3. Owners of two private motor cars (Classic and primary) have only one car on the road at anyone time.

4. All Classic private motor cars be inspected and licensed annually like any other private motor cars.

5. All Classic Secondary private motor cars pay a basic annual Inspection fee and 20% of the annual licensing fee according to the class of vehicle.

6. All Classic private motor cars be insured annually.

7. All Classic private motor cars be identified with special registration plates. For example, CL-CI.

8. All Classic private motor cars exhibit on the windscreens a special licence decal (sticker) indicating that it has been licensed for that year, i.e., from 1st January - 31 st December.

9. All Classic private motor cars be driven on Sundays and on official Bermuda public Holidays A special permit be issued by the TCD for any other time.

10. All Classic private motor cars be written-off like any other private motor car.

11. The selling of a Classic private motor car be governed by the same regulations of that of any other private motor car. Once a private motor car has been licensed as an Classic private motor car, it may not be relicensed as a Primary private motor car.

12. All Classic private motor cars to be housed in garages or sheds on members' properties or on other sites with similar accommodations .

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