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Source: United Kingdom – Ministry of Defence


Greenlaning good practice guide: Salisbury Plain training area
Ref: MMC13-08-129 PDF, 590KB, 2 pages


A leaflet explaining the greenlaning good practice for driving on the Salisbury Plain training area. It includes where it is permissable to drive or ride and highlights what to be aware while driving on the Public Rights of Way or Ministry of Defence roads.
Greenlaning is driving Public Rights of Way where vehicular rights exist. Primarily these are Byways Open to All Traffic. Green Lanes are public roads that have an unmetalled surface and to drive them you have to have a road legal vehicle, driving license, insurance, car tax and MoT certificate.

Published 26 September 2013
Last updated 15 December 2020 + show all updates

15 December 2020Updated – Greenlaning good practice guide: Salisbury Plain training area.

26 September 2013First published.

MIL OSI United Kingdom