<<You really don't, Bill. Ya just don't "cheat" here.>>
Pardon me, but that's my point. The WI program (unlike any other I've
been in) doesn't require me to "cheat".
I enjoy driving my old cars as much as possible. I don't see anything
"wrong" with driving one to work as long as the rules allow it. If they
didn't, I wouldn't do it (much). ;-) And I do drive my "regular" car the
majority of the time (since it's a 60 mile commute each way). If I
couldn't drive my collector cars around town (to the grocery store, post
office, etc) they wouldn't get driven. And it's at those places that
they get the most attention.
I wouldn't mind "regular" tags so much it was not such a great expense
and trouble. I can only drive one car at a time... and at last count I
had about 18 cars. Never mind the annual registration fee. Add up the
cost of always keeping insurance on a car to maintain "normal" tags and
it gets real expensive real quick.
So I'n now thinking about the extreme southern WI area vice the northern
And, of course, we have a football team, too. Now if we could only
tempt a major league baseball team into the state. ;-)
Lake Mills, WI