FIVA is a non-profit organisation, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016, active in 64 countries, representing more than 1.5 million car enthusiasts worldwide. FIVA’s mission is: Protecting, preserving and promoting world motoring heritage. Protecting the technical, design, cultural and sociological aspects of motoring history from being destroyed, lost or forgotten. Preserving and documenting for future generations the origins, history and impact of these achievements, big and small, which so marked the course of the 20th century. Promoting at all levels of international and national society the unique significance and value of our motoring heritage and the inherent use of historic vehicles on public roads. The protecting, preserving and the promoting of world motoring heritage can only be achieved if all stakeholders unite and collaborate. Which is why FIVA’s new Statutes welcome all stakeholders and professionals dedicated to the same cause and goals. FIVA is Official partner of UNESCO.
The Federation of Historic Automobile and Motorcycle Clubs (FEHAC) represents the interests of owners of historic road vehicles. Especially in the Netherlands and internationally via FIVA. Members of FEHAC are 233 Dutch associations and foundations. Together they represent more than 56,000 owners of historic road vehicles. These are not only passenger cars, but also two-wheelers, buses, commercial vehicles, trailers, carts, carriages and mobile equipment such as tractors.