For example, we just read on colleague Autoweek's website that it might not be so bad and the old-timers remain exempt from MRB, also under the new cabinet. For example, sources on Finance confirmed to the magazine. As we understood, the newly appointed State Secretary for Finance Frans Weekers, himself a classic enthusiast and owner of a Peugeot 504, wants to spare the old-timer enthusiasts.
With a form of a sixty or thirty day pass, he wants to preserve the cultural heritage in the field of cars and motorcycles for the Dutch road network, the big picture of which his Peugeot is naturally also a part. Although it is perhaps a little too early to cheer, he has the heart in our opinion. At least it would be it daily use discourage a classic. Or the actions such as those of the KNAC, the petition on which almost 60.000 people signed up has now become useless? No, we don't think so. Because it immediately makes clear how many people think this way. The petition is apparently still online until Tuesday, instead of as previously indicated today. So subscribe, if you have not already done so.
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