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Got mine in the mail yesterday...no more registrations....no more inspections......I can take her out whenever I like.....going on 2 year nap right now..
 

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1991 NA bought new late 1990
37,000 orig miles
No Rain or snow ever
PA
Cost me 141 dollars
Never again Inspection, registration, or emissions
 

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For a minute there you gave me hope and then you dashed my hope by saying you're from PA. I'm in California. the Cummunist state.
 

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Are you limited by only driving it X number of miles a year?

Here in NJ, if a car is model year 1995 or older you don't need emissions or inspection with the normal plate - just yearly $40 registration.
 

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Im in pa too and considered an antique or classic plate. I thought you cant drive at night and are limited to how often you drive. It cant be to go back and forth to work no daily driver. Is this true. Pa inspection is a pain
 

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There are rules....Not an issue for me..I struggle to get through a tank of gas for the year....Not supposed to drive at nite unless coming from a show, not to be used for work...as far as miles...I have no idea.....don't care..I'll never hit it. My registration has no expiration date and there is no monitoring of my miles by anyone but me...so how will they know?
 

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Are you limited by only driving it X number of miles a year?

Here in NJ, if a car is model year 1995 or older you don't need emissions or inspection with the normal plate - just yearly $40 registration.
We have Registration, State Inspection, and Emissions. So annually it will run a bit over 100.00. So, essentially, for less than 40 dollars I am good for life and never have to pay another dime other than Insurance
 

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... My registration has no expiration date and there is no monitoring of my miles by anyone but me...so how will they know?
They will know if you get in an accident. Your biggest worry may be the insurance company. They will record the mileage in the course of inspecting the car, and they may refuse to pay if you have violated the terms of your policy, which probably dictates that you adhere to the terms of your registration. Then the cat will be out of the bag.
 

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Antique plate is not for me. I’d rather keep registration as a daily driver. I love my 2 too much to stash her in the garage.
 
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