I went on the Penna site and that is where I got the info
This is the regulation for classic and antique
USE OF ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC REGISTRATION PLATES
The use of antique and classic plates is governed by Section 1340 of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code which states: “It is
unlawful for any person to operate a motorcycle or vehicle with antique and classic registration plates for general daily
transportation. Permitted use shall be limited to participation in club activities, exhibits, tours, parades, occasional
transportation and similar uses.” Occasional transportation and similar uses is defined as one day a week.
#2 is about inspections for both ...It seems to say that all classic and antiques are exempt from emissions
Classic vehicles are subject to an annual vehicle safety inspection. Antique vehicles operated exclusively between sunrise
and sunset are exempt from the normal lighting requirements of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code but must have their original
lighting equipment. Antique vehicles are not subject to the annual vehicle safety inspection. Antique and classic vehicles
are not subject to emissions inspection.
Directly from the fact sheet http://www.dot10.state.pa.us/pdotfor...ets/fs-ant.pdf
I don't see anything pertaining to night driving anymore..as long as you have modern lighting I guess....or any mileage restriction.
Hope this helps people thinking about it