If you were a member of the BTS at 1st April 2013, you have been pre-registered to use the member area and your details should have been mailed to you with the April 2013 Trolleybus. Your current subscription(s) were also added to the database.
Do not register again please! You will have access to your Member Pages, from which you can download soft copy of the journal(s) to which you have subscribed. You can also manage your personal details, and renew your membership when it next expires.
After logging in for the first time, please do the following:
1. Go to the Edit Profile tab along the top of your member pages
2. Change your password
3. Update your email address if required
4. Go to your Main Page and check your membership details are correct. If not please contact the membership secretary.
The journals that are avaiable for you to download are shown on your main page. If you have joined as an On Line Member at the reduced rate, you will not receive copies of the journal(s) through the post, but instead can download the PDF to your own computer here. You will receive an email notification when the latest edition has been published.
All members are able to see when new editions are available via the notification shown on the left under the menu. Trolleybus will be available in low and high resolution. Low resolution can be viewed in Adobe Reader at 100% zoom, with a page size of about 640 x 912. Hi-resolution will allow you to zoom up to 400% without loss of definition.
You will receive email notification when your subscription is coming up for renewal. You can renew from your member pages using the Join / Renew tab and selecting your membership options.
You can make ad hoc donations to the Society from your member pages, and manage your Gift Aid status. If you have already agreed to gift aid, this is shown on your main member page. If your circumstances change and are no longer a UK tax payer you can remove your gift aid declaration from here too. If you have not already signed up, please do consider doing so, as it enables us to reclaim tax on all payments you make.