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The Alliance of British Drivers

The Alliance of British Drivers is a voluntary and non-profit-making organisation whose aim is to provide an active, responsible voice to lobby for Britain's drivers.

We campaign upon a wide range of driving issues, completely independent of any vested interest. We are not afraid to tackle government or councils who so often see drivers as a cash cow to be milked at will.

The Alliance is run by volunteers from amongst its membership in their spare time. We have no full-time employees.

THE ABD CAMPAIGNS FOR


  • Improved Parking Provisions
  • Evidence Based Road Safety
  • No Road Pricing
  • Reduced Traffic Congestion
  • Lower Road Taxes
  • More Investment in Roads
MORE ABOUT US

ABOUT


The ABD was formed to fight for the interests of the everyday motorist - in other words most of us. UK Drivers are some of the most heavily taxed in the world, and yet we have one of the worst road networks in the western world and suffer more from traffic congestion than the residents of almost all other countries.

In addition, road safety policy, environmental strategy, and planning laws have become dominated by "anti-car" factions who do not represent the voice of the general public.

We seek genuine integrated transport policies which recognise that the use of private vehicles is an essential part of the transport mix.

NEWS


Is Bristol losing the argument for cars? Hugh Bladon of the ABD has his say.
Posted on 1st of February, 2016 at 16:55 by Admin

Bristol has the most anti-car mayor since Ken Livingstone. Have drivers given up in Bristol?

You can read the aRead More...


Birmingham Bus Lanes Ripping off Drivers
Posted on 21th of January, 2016 at 23:12 by Peter Roberts

John Hemming, a past MP has said the council had been "economical with the truth" on how it would spend theRead More...


Anger over go-ahead for huge motorway advertising screen
Posted on 20th of January, 2016 at 16:16 by Callam Delaney

The Alliance of British Drivers has raised concerns relating to permission for a huge 30 ft electronic advertising boRead More...


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