For those of you that have not heard the good news, From today (Mon 12th October) Northern Ireland now has a 40 year Exemption from the MOT bringing us inline with the rest of the UK. As always, with or without a MOT the vehicle must be maintained in a roadworthy condition.
Click Here to read more on the Governments websiteSeptember Newsletter
The September newsletter has now been published. This month there are details of the MOT excemtion for 40 year old cars in NI. The wait could finnally be over.
Click Here or on the Newsletter icon on the top right of this page to download it.Club Regalia
Details of reasonably priced EAOVC Regalia, which would make excellent Christmas gifts has been published on the website.
Click Here for details and prices
The clothing and hats can be obtained to order from committee member David Totten Tel: 07970 574430. There are a small number of items in stock and if you hurry you may be able to purchase them.
Upcoming Events for 2020
With all but the first few events of the year being cancelled because of the ongoing pandemic it will be no supprise on the decision of the committee to cancelled all upcoming runs for the rest of the year.
The safety of club members as well as the general public that may come out to see the cars is the number one priority of the club The Committee looked at the advice from the AOVC as well as current advice from local Government before coming to their decision.
We hope to keep the membes in formed and up to date with any changes that may occur in the coming months, through the website as well as email and the newsletter.
At present we are hoping that all activities, incuding meetings, can resume in the new year.
Please keep safe and hope for a better start to next year.
Tuesday 7th April 2020
Although due to the current crisis, the Portrush Calcade was cancelled, we will still be supporting the charity for next year.
AutismNI was the charity, chosen by the club, to be supported by the 2020 Portrush Cavalcade. The charity works to provide life changing services for the 30,000 people living with the daily challenges of autism throughout Northern Ireland.
The charity will carry forward as the charity for next year's Cavalcade.