Historic and Classic Vehicles Alliance

The HCVA has today launched its latest initiative to help classic vehicles achieve Net-Zero CO2 emissions. The Historic and Classic Vehicles sector is already the epitome of sustainability with “Reuse, Repair, Recycle” at its core. Whilst we all recognise that classic vehicles are a large part of our heritage asContinue Reading

The inaugural meeting of the Historic and Classic Vehicle User Group took place on 7th October 2021. This brought together the DVLA, key membership groups, the Association of Old Vehicle Clubs in Northern Ireland (AOVC), the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC) and the Royal Automobile Club (RAC), andContinue Reading

The newly appointed leader of the Historic and Classic Vehicles Alliance today (21/9/21) urges the industry and enthusiasts to embrace the challenge of the green agenda. Garry Wilson, who becomes the HCVA’s first CEO says: “A big part of the job will be making sure the sector has a shareContinue Reading

DVLA olive branch to classic vehicle industry over registration disputes

DVLA chiefs have agreed to talk to classic and historic vehicle sector leaders in a bid to solve long-running problems over vehicle registrations. Agency Chief Executive Julie Lennard told MPs yesterday (21/7) she would be ‘very happy’ to explore closer engagement with the industry in order to resolve disputes andContinue Reading

Historic And Classic Vehicles Alliance

More than 100,000 jobs are in peril as a combination of bureaucracy and poorly-focused environmental legislation threatens Britain’s world leading classic vehicle industry. With economic revival a top priority as the UK strives to recover from the Covid pandemic, highly-skilled engineers, restorers, craftsmen and parts suppliers face uncertainty over theirContinue Reading