The Autobelangen Foundation recently reported that it was strongly considering continuing the fight against the current old-timer scheme primarily at the political level. To support the intention, people recently surveyed the opinion of their supporters. He indicated that Stichting Autobelangen would do well to go on a definitive and exclusive political trail. The advocates for a better old-timer scheme have decided to adopt the advice of their loyal followers.
Autobelangen received hundreds of responses to the newsletter, in which the question about the future strategy was put to the supporters. She confirmed the ideas of Wouter van Embden's club. Almost all responses turned out to be supportive to the political lobby. In the newsletter, Autobelangen states: "Specifically, 0,1 has indicated that% of the people we wrote would like to continue." We will all approach these individuals individually. But it should be clear that with these 35 persons it is not financially feasible to continue litigation. "
Continuation of the political path already taken
The Car Interests Foundation continues to conduct the political lobby with what it was already doing. The political path has been part of a two-track policy for some time. “By the way, we have always maintained contacts with various political parties during the conduct of the proceedings. Organizations such as KNAC, FEHAC and BOVAG are also important bodies for us. From now on we will further intensify contacts with various political and interest groups, "says Autobelangen.
Members have questions
The supporters therefore expressed their preference for the political path with force majeure. It does not alter the fact that it still has a number of substantive questions about the proceedings that have been taken within the judicial process. Car Interests is now busy formulating clear answers.
Fifth test process continues
Despite the choice for political lobbying, the last of the five trial trials will continue as usual. After the summer, the case of Bart van Kouwenhoven and his Mercedes Benz 240 D will be submitted to the Northern Netherlands Court. This test process is especially important for the group of owners of a diesel car with a year before 1987.