Because of the shelter in place for virtually everyone in the United States, I am wondering if a dilemma has been created for those of us with classic cars. If you live in the northern states you typically have your classic ride in hibernation because of salted road conditions during the winter. But since the month of April is approaching and bad weather and salted roads are disappearing, you want to bring your ride to life and give it some driving exercise. Are you breaking the quarantine rules by driving your classic for a few miles? I guess you could claim a necessary errand for food, fuel, medications or medical visits. When driving a classic on streets and highways you tend to attract attention. I live in a relatively small town in rural Oklahoma so I have convenient access to paved roads in the county that are lightly traveled. I can drive on a winding course for 8 - 10 miles on a good road surface, stay outside of municipal boundaries and not attract attention. And I would not expose myself or cause transmission of any disease while performing this driving exercise. If you live in a more populated area which is considered "hot spots" for disease transmission, maybe it would be best to continue to keep the classic car in hibernation. Thoughts???