You can participate with classics, convertibles, and sportscars, regardless of the year of construction. The car must, if applicable, be provided with a valid MOT (in Dutch 'apk') inspection certificate and must, of course, be insured as a minimum in accordance with the Motor Vehicle Liability Act (in Dutch: WAM).
Vintage cars give the Generations Rally an extra dimension and the organization strongly encourages participation with vintage cars. There is no separate class, so you can register for every class with a Vintage car. Cars built before 1950 automatically have the Vintage status. Note: officially a vintage car status differs from a classic car, as the latter starts from '85 to '51.
The car with which you are participating must be insured during the rally in accordance with the Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance (WAM) without any limitation, such as exclusion in regularity rallies, including agility tests or descriptions of similar scope. It is the responsibility of the crew to take out such insurance policy or to extend the existing insurance policy.
INSURANCE BY THE ORGANIZATION
The organization uses the insurance package of the NHRF against Civil Liability for damage to persons and/or property of third parties and/or volunteers and/or employees and/or participants. In addition, this package includes a secondary WAM insurance for the benefit of the participants.
Both mechanical and electronic measuring equipment may be used. The presence and/or use of a GPS navigation system, in whatever form, is not permitted.
SIGNED SAFEGUARD CLAUSE
Both members of the crew must sign the so-called "safeguard clause" at the registration table before the start. If no action is taken, the crew may not start.
The 2020 Generations is produced in association with: