The results of the 2020 National Historic Vehicle Survey have been announced by the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs. The summary results were revealed during the Virtual Lancaster Classic Motor Show with Discovery, filmed at the NEC this month.
• Number of historic vehicles on DVLA database has increased yet again to 1.5 million
• The historic movement now worth over £7.2 billion to UK economy
• 4,000 businesses employing over 34,000 people
• 700,000 enthusiasts – up from 500,000 in 2016
• Overall, historic vehicles account for less than 0.2% of the total miles driven in the UK
• 35% of owners either already or are willing to contribute to a carbon reduction scheme
• 56% of historic vehicles are on SORN