IMPORTANT FIVA SURVEY
Below is the link to the recent important 2020 FIVA Worldwide Historic Vehicle Survey. This survey is aimed at owners and enthusiasts of historic vehicles (aged 30 years or older), and/or young-timers (aged between 20 and 30 years). It is being conducted in 15 languages worldwide through FIVA member and non-member organisations representing the interests of historic vehicle owners and enthusiasts.
CLICK LINK BELOW TO ENTER THE SURVEY
The survey takes approximately 10 minutes, (perhaps up to 20 minutes if you have several cars) to complete and will be important information to have in order to continue to protect our historic vehicle heritage.
FIVA represents millions of historic vehicle enthusiasts around the world. This survey is an opportunity to have your voice heard and for us to build a critically important base of information. This information and the answers you give will be used to benefit the movement as a whole – both in your own country and worldwide. Completing the survey is in your own interest and we would like to encourage all our members to participate in this survey so that our voice will continue to be heard in this international organisation.
When you complete the survey please consider your answers in the context of activities undertaken in the year to December 2019. Please note that all answers remain confidential. The closing date has NOW BEEN EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 21st.
On submission of your questionnaire, you will be given the opportunity to enter a prize draw to win one of the 5 FIVA Swiss-made watches worth €180 each.
The Irish Veteran and Vintage Car Club CLG was formed in 1963 to cater for owners of veteran and vintage vehicles and for enthusiasts who did not possess such vehicles.
The Club’s mission statement is:
To be the voice, custodian and facilitator of the historic vehicle movement in Ireland; to promote and facilitate the preservation, ownership, appreciation and use of historic vehicles; to promote public awareness of the historic vehicle movement and to protect the regulatory environment affecting the use of historic vehicles.
The club organises rallies, monthly meetings and outings as well as publishing a quarterly journal giving club news.