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Owned by the owner or lessee of a farm and used by the owner on a seasonal basis in transporting farm produce and livestock along public highways for a distance of no more than 75 miles, including the distance to the nearest storage house, packing plant, or market.
A car is considered a classic in Virginia if it's at least 25 years old and is owned solely as a collector's item. When a vehicle in Virginia meets these requirements, the owner can register it as an antique vehicle, which will limit the car's use.
The following shall be exempt from inspection as required by § 46.2-1157: Four-wheel vehicles weighing less than 500 pounds and having less than 6 horsepower; Boat, utility, or travel trailers that are not equipped with brakes;
Note: An antique vehicle registered for limited use does not require an annual safety inspection; however, you must certify that the vehicle is capable of being safely operated on the highways of the Commonwealth.
No person shall be required to obtain a driver's license for the purpose of operating any farm tractor, farm machinery, or vehicle defined in §§ 46.2-663 through 46.2-674, temporarily drawn, moved, or propelled on the highways.
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Unregistered vehicles do not currently need to display a DMV-issued license plate although they may have a sign or placard that says "Farm Use." However, beginning July 1, 2023, unregistered farm vehicles must display a DMV-issued permanent farm use placard.
For a car to be considered a classic, it must be more than 20 years old, in good condition and true to the original design.
Antique vehicles that are 25 years or older and registered as an antique with the DMV do not have to be safety inspected, unless you drive the vehicle regularly. New automobiles purchased in Virginia are also exempt from safety inspections for one year.
Usually, the classic car moniker applies to vehicles over 20 years old. Antique cars are over 45 years old, and vintage cars are built between 1919 and 1930.
Farm Use tags have historically been used by farmers to signify that the vehicle in question falls under certain agricultural guidelines, such as the vehicle weighing less than 7,500 pounds and operating along a highway for no more than 75 miles from one part of the owner's land to another.

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