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The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC) has launched its latest survey to help shape the future of classic vehicles in the UK – so now it’s time for you to get involved.
The Federation’s last National Historic Vehicle Survey was in 2016 with the next scheduled for 2021, but the widespread cancellation of events due to the coronavirus pandemic has brought it forward.
Indeed, 2016’s report revealed that the historic vehicle movement is worth £5.5 billion to the British economy each year and directly supports employment for over 34,000 people, many of which will have been hard hit by the pandemic.
It’s a wide-ranging survey, because while the phrase ‘historic vehicle’ in this context means all vehicles that are at least 30 years old, be they cars, ’bikes, buses and so on, there are also questions for vehicles produced between 1991 and 2000, too.
The 2020 National Historic Vehicle Survey is open now and closes on 12 October 2020.
Simply click here to get started – and if you get involved, you’ll be entered into a prize draw.