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The 2021 edition of Drive-it Day will raise funds for charity NSPCC Childline.
To be marked this year on Sunday 25 April, the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Club’s Drive-it Day celebrates 1900’s 1000 Mile Trial when, between 23 April and 12 May, 65 vehicles drove from London to Edinburgh and back to prove the motor car’s viability.
Today, the FBHVC encourages owners to get out in their classics for the annual event, and this year participants can buy rally plates, the proceeds from which will support the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children’s Childline counselling service.
Regular and platinum plates are available, costing £10 and £30 respectively, and sold in two sizes.
Head to the FBHVC’s website to find out more and order your plates.