2. They call it a sport. It's not a sport. It's an abuse.
3. Four-wheel-drive vehicles damage green lanes, historic roads designed centuries ago for horse traffic, not cars. They churn up moorland, disturb wildlife and farm animals, especially at lambing time, and spoil the parks for those seeking peace and quiet.
4. The four-wheel-drive fraternity say they have a right to use the green lanes. But by exercising their right they are interfering with the rights of walkers, horse riders and others who seek quiet enjoyment. It is very difficult striking a balance between the small minority who want to use these vehicles and the large majority who want quiet in the nature.
5. In a couple of years vast numbers of off-road vehicles which have never left the tarmac will move on to the second-hand market, and people who pick them up cheaply may want to start driving in the countryside.
6. It's all right when the drivers are members of groups and you have someone you can negotiate with. It's the reckless individuals who don't have any code or discipline that give us headaches.
2. National parks are supposed to be for all to enjoy, whether you walk in them or get your enjoyment from looking through a Land Rover window.