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    Hi . My name is John and I’m a collector. I’ve given up on rehab. (Rehab is for quitters.) As if an Amphicar, Mini Moke and Honda TLR 200 weren’t enough, I’ve had a little willpower failure and have re-offended. Last Wednesday, I bought an old firetruck. It’s 1977 and in good shape so it should qualify for Vintage plates. I cannot find a definition of “light truck” on the ICBC site. Does anyone know if the fact that it’s a bit heavier than a pick-up would disqualify it? Is there a way to get Vintage or Collector status for a firetruck?

    Thanks. John

     

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    Bob
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    Hi John

    under 2727kg was the definition of a light truck.

    Please call or e mail Mark Erickson of the ICBC Specialty Vehicle Plate Program at 1-800-665-8262, 604-443-4451 or e amil mark.erickson@icbc.com. He is the expert on this subject and will be able to answer all your questions.

    Bob Kelly

    SVABC Director-communications

    e mail membership@sva.bc.ca

     

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