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What is a historic vehicle?


FIVA defines it as a mechanically propelled road vehicle at least 30 years old, preserved and maintained in a historically correct condition, which is not used as means of daily transport and which is therefore part of our technical and cultural heritage. A youngtimer is a similar vehicle between 20 and 29 years old.

What is a historic vehicle?2022-04-23T06:44:20+00:00

Who needs a FIVA Card?


Events: Some event organisers (rallies, static shows, regularity runs, etc.) require a FIVA Card as a criterion of entry for participating cars, motorcycles or utilitarian vehicles. The FIVA Card confirms the authenticity of the vehicle, its period-correct restoration, and that it therefore provides an accurate representation of a vehicle of that era. This is important not only for visitors to the event, who will want to see vehicles in their original state, but also to ensure fair competition between competitors in a regularity run or concours d’elegance. Crossing borders: Drivers of historic vehicles travelling abroad might well find that a [...]

Who needs a FIVA Card?2022-04-23T06:54:44+00:00

What is the FIVA Card?


The FIVA Card is a document issued to an owner who has provided detailed information on the history of his/her vehicle, technical information, any modifications made, and other crucial information. Once these details have been checked by the ANF (Authorised National Federation) and the vehicle has been inspected to confirm the accuracy of the information, the FIVA Card is issued. The FIVA Card therefore records important historical details such as previous owners, key events the vehicle has attended, and restoration work. This can be used to prove eligibility for rallies and other events that require evidence of authenticity. The information [...]

What is the FIVA Card?2022-04-23T07:01:23+00:00
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