I think Grundy requires you to have another car besides the Opel that you would use for your "Daily Driver". You have to provide them with the other car's information for proof.Mileage won't be an issue for me and neither will garaging the car nor the 25 year old age restriction (my wife and I are just a little over that and my 15 year old won't be going near this car for another decade at least ). It's the definition of "daily driver" that will probably affect me. I plan to drive my car four days a week to work and occasional pleasure use on the weekends. With two other cars to be used for all other driving, does that make the GT my daily driver?