Drive It Day
A poster is now available, add your club event details and use to publicise the event.
Powerpoint files are avaliable in various sizes, click below to download
For A3 click here
Small, two on A4 page here
Just add your text to the poster.
The format for the day is a tried and tested formula. The Federation sets the date each year (as close as possible to the anniversary of the 1000 Mile Trial) and publicises the event nationally. The many clubs that comprise the Federation’s membership then plan and schedule regional and local events throughout the country. The events are as varied as the vehicles taking part and include Drive Outs, Rallies, and meetings at local beauty spots or historic sites. Important venues such as The National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, Brooklands, The British Motor Museum, Gaydon and Bicester Heritage are expected to take part, but there will be scores of events the length and breadth of the country.
Detail of the original event, courtesy of Graces Guide to British industrial history, can be seen here
The site also has links to "The Autocar" for the year of the event, 1900, which are here
Member clubs are encouraged to let the Federation know their plans. The easiest method is to post on the FBHVC facebook page here or to the FBHVC National Coordinator for Drive it Day 2017 is Ken Coad who can be contacted on email firstname.lastname@example.org
A number of enthusiasts have posted video's of this years DiD on YouTube. They can be seen here
The Official Supplier of Drive-It Day Rally Plates for the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs is DragonFly. They can send out one-off plates direct to any Classic vehicle owner who wishes to participate in this nationwide FBHVC organised event. Clubs can also order in larger quantities so that their members can take advantage of better unit prices. The easiest way to order is online through the DragonFly webstore: order online. Or call 01832 710071