I could use some advice from my fellow Mopar Michiganders. I have a 69 Dart, and I have been given seemingly conflicting information from the Secretary of State's Office and State Farm regarding registering and insuring my vehicle. I am being told by State Farm that I can register my car with Historical Plates, and can continue to drive it up to 3,000 miles a year, which would probably about do it for me I think. I only drive when it's nice out and probably wouldn't be taking her on any long road trips, just cruising around and maybe taking my long 3 mile commute to work. However, the SOS office is holding to the "club activities, shows, parades, etc." line on the brochure line, and is saying not routine travel isn't allowed. I asked during my last trip and they said they hadn't heard of the 3,000 mile thing. Not sure if "routine travel=daily driver". The thing is, insurance with State Farm is considerably cheaper with the historical registration that for a standard one. Almost not even worth switching to storage for the winter. Does anyone have any insight or experience with this and any pros or cons for each? Thanks!