This blog is published by the Alliance of British Drivers London Region. See our main web site at http://www.freedomfordrivers.org for more information about the organisation. We aim to represent ordinary drivers but this blog covers not just issues that impact car drivers but many other transport issues in London.
The Alliance of British Drivers (ABD) was formed from a merger of the Association of British Drivers and the Drivers Alliance. The Alliance of British Drivers was formed from a merger of the Association of British Drivers and the Drivers Alliance. The ABD is the leading independent organisation which represents the interests of private motorists in the United Kingdom. We campaign to protect the rights of individual road users and believe that road transport is a beneficial and essential element in the UK transport infrastructure. We oppose excessive taxation of motorists and are against tolls and road usage charging. We also campaign for more enlightened road safety policies. The Alliance is a “not for profit” voluntary organisation which is financially supported primarily by its individual members. More information on the ABD is available from our web site at www.abd.org.uk .
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