We need your support to campaign against anti-car policies.
There are over 40 million drivers in Britain, yet transport policy is being dictated by a tiny minority of vociferous anti-car extremists, and arrogant self-opinionated social engineers.
Here are some ways you can support us:
- Become a member
Annual membership costs less than the tax charged on a single tank of petrol!
Receive our quarterly newsletter, get in touch with like-minded drivers via our forum, attend national and local meetings, and learn how to campaign effectively.
- Make a donation
If a speed camera or parking enforcer has unreasonably mugged you of your hard earned cash, donate £2 to our fighting fund to help us campaign against them.
- Follow us on Twitter
Join over 1,700 other people who are already following us. Keep up to date with related news, and our campaigning activities. Encourage your followers to do likewise.
We try to announce TV & radio appearances in advance when we are given enough notice.
We also a number of regional and local Twitter accounts you can follow.
- Like us on Facebook
If you subscribe to Facebook, you can 'Like' the ABD to get updates in your news feed, comment on those updates, let your friends know about us, and encourage them to support us.
Our Facebook page has signs, quotes, and photos for you to share.
Be sure to tick the "Show in News feed" option on the 'Liked' button to ensure you see all our updates.
- Become a patron
Are you well known to the public? You can help us simply by becoming a patron. Our current patrons include:
• Steve Baker MP
• Karl McCartney MP
• David Morris MP
• Sammy Wilson MP
- Link to our website
If you run a website or blog please add a link to our site to help publicise our campaigning.
- Use our RSS PR feed on your website or blog
Our free RSS feed allows you to display our Press Releases on your website or blog.
- Spread the word
Tell your family, friends and colleagues about us.
Email them now.
- Write to the press
Our website contains a wealth of source material for use in letters.
- Write to your local councillor
Too many local decisions are made because a tiny minority of local activists badger their local councillors about some issue that is of little or no concern to the majority. Help your local councillor to keep some perspective.
- Write to your MP
Politicians typically weigh the postbag, not the arguments. Intensive lobbying by anti-car extremists has fooled some of them into thinking public opinion is against cars. Help them to see sense.
- Write to your MEP
Many anti-car regulations originate from the EC
- Buy from our shop