RAC girls hand out stickers reading 'Cut Motor Tax' to motorists.
No titles. RAC demands cuts in motor taxation.
General view of traffic on a London street. Pan to parked car with a sticker in window, 'Cut Motor Tax'.
A group of young uniformed girls come out of RAC (Royal Automobile Club) office with the stickers which they hand to people and motorists.
A girl gives a sticker to Lord Chesham, executive vice-chairman of the RAC, who happens to be sitting in a car outside the building. Lord Chesham licks the sticker and places it on windscreen. C/U of the sticker reading 'Cut Motor Tax'. General view of girls walking amongst traffic handing out stickers to motorists who stick them on their windows and windscreens. C/U as motorist puts a sticker over a parking meter.