As part of this annual national event launched and publicised by The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC), it commemorates the 64 cars that left London on a 1000 mile trial in April 1900.
Drive IT Day encourages owners of all vehicles 30 years old or older, two, three or four wheels out onto the roads for the day. Drivers and passengers of such vehicles arriving at Gaydon will find Free reserved parking with signage. Free access to the café & toilets, and reduced Museum entry of £5 per person, There will also be an FBHVC presence.
Reserved parking for all Historic Vehicles – Free entry to Reserved parking, grounds and Cafe.
For further information about ‘Drive It Day’ and history please see the FBHVC website www.fbhvc.co.uk