VNUK: How it affects you

20
Feb
2017

Those who may have missed last month's MSA Extra are advised that the MSA has published an article on Vnuk, a European Court judgement that could potentially harm UK motorsport.

The Court ruled that the requirement for compulsory insurance should cover any use of a vehicle,, so long as that use is consistent with the normal function of the vehicle. This would require all competition cars in motorsport to have compuilsory third party insurance.

To find out more about Vnuk, how it affects motorsport and how the MSA is managing the issue on behalf of the sport, please CLICK HERE.

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