Cars with QQ (historic plates) are not inspected on the state
biannual cycle. In fact, after the first time, they are not inspected
again. That's a plus for rich running cars like mine. QQ
plates are also eligible for collector car insurance with is a (big
plus)^3 here in NJ.
On Mon, 6 Nov 2006, Ron Engelhardt wrote:
> From reading the bill, it looks like it adds an one additional day use to
> historic vehicle owners. IOW it's less restrictive than current law. I
> haven't lived in New Jersey in a long time so I'm not up on the historic
> vehicle regulations. It should be possible to register as other than a
> historic vehicle so there would be no restrictions. Or is there some
> advantage to registering as a historic vehicle?
> 58 MGA
> Santa Rosa, CA.
> Dan DiBiase wrote:
>> Saw the following on the NJ Car Show News Yahoo Group -
>> Assembleyman John Burzichelli district 3 (Cumberland,Salem & Glouster)
>> has introduced legislation that would restrict classic cars to only be
>> driven once a week for personal use. With all the the problems in this
>> state you would think he would have better things to do. All Classic car
>> owners & clubs must band together & get this nipped in the bud. Here is
>> the link to the legislation
>> Here is Burzichelli's website -
>> Please contact your local legislators!
>> Dan D The Garden State