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The following are the terms and conditions that apply to use of this web site.

1. Ownership. This web site and the associated intellectual property is owned and maintained by the Alliance of British Drivers (ABD) - formerly called the Association of British Drivers - which is the trading name of Pro-Motor, a company limited by guarantee and registered in England.  The association is owned by individual subscribing members and is funded primarily by membership fees and donations by individuals.  

2. Copyright. All material on this web site is copyright of the Alliance of British Drivers (ABD) unless otherwise indicated. All rights are reserved and any material on this web site must not be reproduced in any form or incorporated into other work without the written permission of ABD and/or of any other copyright owner. All requests for rights to use any of the material should be submitted to the ABD via email using the Contact page. Permission is however granted for use of any material on this web site that is owned by the ABD for any non-commercial purpose including educational or news reporting purposes so long as an acknowledgement of such source which mentions “ABD” or the “Alliance of British Drivers” is given.

3. Trade Marks.  “ABD”, "Alliance of British Drivers" and “Association of British Drivers" are trade marks of the Alliance of British Drivers (Pro-Motor Ltd).

4. No Warranty. Any information provided on this web site is accurate and up to date so far as the ABD is aware, but no warranty is given as to the reliability, accuracy or completeness of the information provided. Any errors herein should be referred to the ABD for correction. The information provided on this web site is intended for general information only and should not be construed as being specific legal advice that can be relied upon. Any actions you may take as a result of any information or advice contained on this web site should be verified with third parties such as legal or other professional advisors and is used solely at your own risk.

5. Privacy Policy. Any personal information that you submit to the ABD will be kept and treated as confidential and will normally only be used by the ABD for internal purposes and for communicating with you. Otherwise we will not sell, rent, lease, or give away your personal information, including email addresses, to others, except where disclosure is required by law, or you have indicated that you wish such information to be in the public domain. If at any time you require any personal information such as an email address to be removed from our records indicating that you do not wish to receive any further communication from us then we will do this upon receipt of an email from the relevant address, or some other evidence that you are the owner of the address.

If you register an interest in any of our campaigns by completing a web form or returning a postal leaflet, or you register to receive any of our newsletters, then you are giving us permission to send you requested information, newsletters and other information on the activities of the Alliance of British Drivers in the future. You can opt-out as described above or by clicking on a opt-out link that is present in all emails we send out.

6. Third party links. This site may contain links to other third party web sites. The ABD is not responsible for the operations of these web sites, and provides no warranty as to the information provided therein.

7. Use of Cookies. The London ABD web site uses Google Analytics to collect some information about how visitors use the web site and trends in visitor numbers, and that software does store a “cookie” (a small data file) on your computer. There is no personal data collected about how you use the web site. You can block cookies by altering the settings in your web browser, or remove existing ones.

Last revised 1/11/2017


Note that this web site covers only the activities of the ABD in the London region and the issues we face. Please go to the main ABD web site at www.abd.org.uk for national policies and activities.