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ell, that’s only partially true — it got broken in the quakes, so I’ve been brushing up on my reading instead. Here in New Zealand, we have the Federation of Motoring Clubs (FOMC) and overseas there is FIVA (Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens), or for those readers who only speak English — the International Federation of Historic Vehicles. Both groups’ focus is primarily to ensure that the rights of classic vehicle owners (to use their cars and motorcycles) are maintained. FIVA recently posed the question, “In 20, 30, 50 years’ time, will we be allowed to drive historic vehicles at

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