Personal Public Liability Insurance (PPLI) is an extra level of protection for you when showing your vehicle/militaria etc at events not organised by the MVT.

It is unfortunate that the 'where there's a blame, there's a claim' culture means we have to take such precautions. However more and more events require us to show that we have our own insurance before we are allowed to enter an event.

To this end the Management committee have taken this step to introduce this insurance cover as a benefit of being a member of the MVT. By taking out such insurance allows you as an individual to attend any non MVT organised events with the peace of mind that you have insurance cover, if something should happen.

Below you will find details of what the insurance covers you for when you are displaying your collection in a 'Military context'.

Following a member request at the 2016 AGM, the management committee have searched for a policy that would cover every single member of the MVT immediately to cover them for their military display of a static vehicle or militaria collection at non MVT organised events, and plug this insurance gap, giving our members peace of mind.

Additionally, shows are now turning away members who do not have PPLI, this will only increase in the future.

This insurance offer is a significant enhancement to your membership benefits, however like all things it comes at a cost.  However due to our large membership, we have managed to get this cover down to the lowest possible fee per member, which would not be achieved as an individual. To cover the PPLI and other administrative costs membership fees have increased to £35 for Single membership and £40 for Joint Membership. There has been no increase in Overseas Membership as the insurance is only valid for the UK.


The increase in Membership fees was introduced on the 3rd of July 2017 and the Personal Public Lialbility Insurance (PPLI) was introduced on the 1st of August 2017.

Important notice.

Members wishing to renew their membership must do so by the due date, which you are notified of on the cover sheet of your Windscreen magazine. This is to comply with the insurance requirement of there being current membership for the insurance to be valid.


If you do not renew on time you can re-apply for membership and the insurance cover will commence from the date of re-joining.

Renewal of membership cannot be back dated to the expiry date. 

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