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  • Voluntary classic inspection

    Voluntary Classic Inspection

    Do you have a classic car that is older than 50 years? Then you no longer have to undergo an APK inspection from 2021. But is that such a good idea? Voluntary Classic Inspectorate (VKI) thinks not and offers an alternative. An article in the September issue of Auto Motor Klassiek, which is now in the […] More

  • DeLorean DMC-12

    DeLorean DMC-12 – wing lame

    The statement “like snow in the sun” seems to have been coined by DeLorean's story. The brand that could have succeeded for as many reasons as failed. However, the cause of the brand's fall, just a year after the first DeLorean DMC-12 rolled off the line, came from unexpected […] More

  • Citroën DS 20 Break

    Citroën DS 20 Break. The Nose of the Pike.

    When owner Marc gladly informs me that we are allowed to photograph a great 50 year old 7 seater station wagon, it could be German, French, Swedish or American, but in any case something beautiful. When a few days later I'm in a neighborhood in Amstelveen where a garage door slowly has a pointed nose with a split […] More

  • Panther

    Panther J72

    Sometimes a car presents itself and you are not sure what to think of it. A car that does not fit in a box and cannot be interpreted. Is it beautiful now? The yellow license plates are confusing me. You expect blue with such an antique model, right? And there it is on the […] More

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    Peter Staal, director of KNAC: “There is certainly a future for our classics in the energy transition”

    In order to achieve the climate objectives, substantial investments are made in the development of sustainable energy. But the envisaged energy transition is more complex than expected. The electrification of our vehicle fleet is going quite slowly, the development of hydrogen as a fuel is still in its infancy and the production of synthetic fuels is still far too expensive. Peter Staal, director of the KNAC, therefore sees a sufficient future for classic and modern petrol and diesel cars.” More

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    200 times BNR Petrolheads. You celebrate an anniversary together

    The anniversary broadcast of the BNR Petrolheads is fully booked in no time. Bas van Werven and Carlo Brantsen connected a real and growing community with this podcast from 2018. I've been listening every week since the very first episode. Normally there is no audience at the recordings. But a real anniversary: ​​that is what the […] More

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    Fireplaces and BBQs more polluting than cars auto

    What is the influence of passenger car traffic on air quality in the Netherlands? The KNAC has been asking this question since the introduction of the first environmental zones in 2007 and the reduction of the maximum speed to 100 km/h in 2020. KNAC director Peter Staal lacks a good numerical substantiation that justifies all anti-car measures. More

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    From zero point six to one hundred

    This week Prime Minister Rutte sat at the table with Mariëlle van Overbeek in Nieuwsuur. Meanwhile, a disk graph lit up. I already knew the numbers, but again they came in. Road traffic: 6,1% share in Dutch nitrogen production. Abroad: 32,3%. Agricultural sector: 46%. Construction: 0,6%. Construction 0,6%? It's really there. Zero point six, the minuscule […] More

  • national environmental zone policy

    Background: Coalition agreement Rotterdam provides for simplified national environmental zone policy

    The Rotterdam environmental zone for passenger cars will be phased out in the coming years. A fresh coalition agreement puts an end to the controversial zone, where older petrol and diesel vehicles were not allowed to be driven. He's going to make a drastic move. Older petrol cars with a date of first admission before January 1, 1992 are already allowed to enter the zone […] More

  • Arnhem environmental zone

    Arnhem environmental zone extension is by no means certain

    At the end of last month, the introduction of the strictest environmental zone in the Netherlands seemed to be a fact. From 2019, Arnhem would no longer allow diesel cars from before 2004 to enter the demarcated zone within the Gelderland capital. However, the city council in Arnhem has put a stop to the intention. She first wants to investigate the extent to which the introduction [...] More

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