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  • HOLIDAYING MOTORISTS FACE MORE POST-BREXIT HURDLES

    HOLIDAYING MOTORISTS FACE MORE POST-BREXIT HURDLES

    Matt Bell on 20th February 2019

    A no-deal Brexit could put a further spanner in the works for people planning to take their classic car abroad from March 29; with the prospect of adding complications and language barriers  relating to compensation should they involved in a road traffic collision in an EU or EEA (European Economic Area) country.

  • 2019: EVERYMAN CLASSICS TO GO FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH?

    2019: EVERYMAN CLASSICS TO GO FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH?

    Matt Bell on 10th January 2019

    While Brexit paints a gloomy picture for manufacturing with potential border delays and extra tariffs, the UK's classic auction houses look ahead to potentially rosier times with more realistic prices for everyday classics.

  • BREXIT BOOST TO UK PARTS MANUFACTURERS?

    BREXIT BOOST TO UK PARTS MANUFACTURERS?

    Matt Bell on 12th November 2018

    While signs of Brexit continue to look ominous for the new car industry, what about parts manufacturers and specialists dealing with classics? As Classic Car Buyer has discovered, the future could be a lot brighter.

  • FREE CIRCULATION IN EU EVEN AFTER BREXIT

    FREE CIRCULATION IN EU EVEN AFTER BREXIT

    Glenn Rowswell on 14th June 2018

    Anyone planning a classic tour to Europe post-Brexit has had one potential hurdle removed after the Department for Transport confirmed the UK intended to remain part of the free circulation zone...

  • CHANNEL ISLAND CLASSICS TO BE MOT TESTED?

    CHANNEL ISLAND CLASSICS TO BE MOT TESTED?

    Glenn Rowswell on 18th April 2018

    In an interesting twist to the ongoing MoT exemption story, historic vehicles in Alderney, Guernsey and Jersey might need to undergo roadworthiness testing after Brexit.