Missouri Reintroduces Bill to Eliminate Mileage Restrictions for Historic Vehicles
DON’T DELAY! Please contact the members of the Senate Committee on Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety to request their support for S.B. 278:
You may use the following points in your message:
- S.B. 278 would allow historic vehicles to be issued license plates without a per-year mileage restriction.
- S.B. 278 recognizes the burden that the current system of tracking places on historic vehicle owners.
- S.B. 278 endorses the fact that historic vehicles are overwhelmingly well-maintained and infrequently driven.
- S.B. 278 brings the state in line with other states seeking to reward automotive enthusiasts and expand opportunities for these prized vehicles to be enjoyed.
- S.B. 278 recognizes that the collection and restoration of historic and classic cars is an important part of preserving the technological achievements and cultural heritage of the United States.
Overview: SAN-supported legislation (S.B. 278) has been introduced in Missouri that would allow historic vehicles to be issued license plates without an annual mileage restriction. Current law limits historic vehicle owners to 1,000 miles of driving for personal use per year. A similar bill was introduced in the state last year and failed to receive a committee hearing. The bill is scheduled for a hearing on Tuesday, March 30 in the Senate Committee on Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety.