Use of Transporter Tag

The use of the transporter tag in conhjunction with antique motor vehiclaes became law January 1, 1994 and amended G.S. 20.79.2. by adding  section 8 - see below.

G.S. 20-79.2

(8) To drive a motor vehicle that is at least 25 years old to and from a parade or another public event and to drive the motor vehicle in that event. A person who owns a motor vehicle that is at least 25 years old is considered to be in the business of collecting those vehicles

This bill allows owners of cars 25 years or older to purchase a special tag, called a Transporter tag, which allows them the right to drive their vehicles to and from car shows, parades, and similar functions. This tag may be used on multiple vehicles as long as insurance is maintained on each. You may get an application from your local Department of Motor Vehicles.

The cost of the tag is $14.00 and is good for one year.

Note: If you buy this type of tag, you're required to list the cars on your personal property tax. Be sure to check out the section on comparing taxes and your antique motor vehicle.


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