March 10, 2008 at 6:42 pm #14037
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You can check your current Membership Status at any time by visiting the My Membership page.April 29, 2013 at 9:51 am #29838
As you’re all no doubt aware, the club’s spares department refurbishes a number of items to provide a continuing supply of items.
This service is dependent on you, the members, returning your old/unwanted items.
I will keep this list up to date with the parts that our spares department is in need of. If you have any of these items sitting around in a shed or garage, please consider sending them in for refurbishment.
Remember – the spares department for the Club does not exist to make a profit, all money is ploughed into the aim of continuing to supply parts for our cars for as long as possible. With your help – this can continue.
So – onto the “Most Wanted” list:
- Rear dampers
- Steering boxes
- Clutch plates
Website AdministratorAugust 8, 2013 at 8:27 pm #30524
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Website AdministratorAugust 12, 2013 at 1:49 pm #30541
The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs is a grouping of over 450 Clubs and Museums together with some 1500 Trade and Individual Supporters.
The aim of the Federation is to uphold the freedom to use old vehicles on the roads without any undue restriction and to support its member organisations in whatever way it can.
For more information, click on http://www.fbhvc.co.uk
FBHVC actively seeks information about legislative proposals that are likely to have an impact on the historic vehicle community.
When necessary it campaigns to influence the decision making process to remove, or at least minimise, any adverse results
European transport related legislation is mainly driven by two concerns: the environment and road safety. FBHVC takes the view that protecting the environment and improving road safety are laudable aims that should, in general, be supported. However, the EU Commission tends to take an all-encompassing approach towards legislation that can catch the minnow of historic vehicle use in the net intended to catch the whale of everyday motoring.
FBHVC, working with and through the international body, the Federation Internationale des Vehicules Anciens (FIVA), aims to monitor EU proposals in just the same way as it does with home-grown UK legislation.
FIVA employs a professional lobbyist to monitor the output of the EU commission. He reports to all European member organisations regularly and FBHVC takes a lead in responding to and countering potential problems.
Details of legislation that is currently receiving attention are reported in the bi-monthly newsletter that is sent to subscribers.
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