Campaigners believe this would encourage younger drivers to buy historic models which are often expensive and will be out of many people’s budgets.
Tom Wood, spokesperson for Car and Classic backed the proposals as classic car owners should already be paying less tax.
He argued classic car owners are buying models to enjoy at the weekend and not as a commuter car.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, he said: “I think it’s a great idea, the road tax licence fund should be correspondent on how much you drive.
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