The National Historic Vehicle Survey 2016
The FBHVC as conducted the National Historic Vehicle Survey during April 2016. This survey is the largest and most detailed survey of historic vehicle owning that the Federation has ever conducted and the results will help shape the future of the industry.
It is 5 years since they carried out the last survey which some may recall valued the historic vehicle movement to the UK economy at £4.3 billion.
This time as well as surveying enthusiasts and those working in this arena FBHVC are carrying out the survey in two distinct stages. Stage one is an attitude and opinion survey of a representative sample of the whole UK population over 16 years of age. Carried out by TNS, the premier researcher in this field, this is the first time this has ever been attempted. This part has already been completed and provides fascinating insights into the general public’s attitude to historic vehicles. For example 8 million people expressed an interest in historic vehicles, 1 in 10 people aspire to own one and 2 million people attended an event or regularly read about them in magazines.