The National Traction Engine Trust



The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs exists to ensure that we all continue to have the right to use our vehicles on the road - whatever their age.


It does this by lobbying but it can only be really effective when armed with accurate information such as the number of people involved with historic vehicles, the number of vehicles they own and the value the movement brings to the economy.


FBHVC’s last survey in 2006 now needs to be brought up to date, and a new survey has been started. We urge all our members to take part and to encourage their friends to do so as well: the more people who do, the more accurate the results will be, and the more accurate the results are, the better FBHVC will be able to protect all our interests.


The simplest way to participate is to go to  and click the link to the questionnaire. The link is now open and will remain until the end of July.


If you prefer to complete a paper questionnaire, please send a C5 stamped addressed envelope to FBHVC, Kernshill, Shute Street, Stogumber, Taunton. TA4 3TU

14 Jun 2011