On the 26th September 2000 the Reliant Motor Company announced that it was no longer going to produce any more of its famous 3-wheeled cars from December 2000. It will instead concentrate on a new line of 4-wheelers. On the 27th September this web site was featured on BBC Radio Shropshire and in a brief interview I mentioned that over the years in the UK 3-wheeler manufacturers have come and gone with names like BSA, Morgan and Raleigh, to name just a few, but it has been the Reliant that has soldered on through both the Second World War and through numerous economic problems. Reliant was one of those companies, it seemed , that would just make 3-wheelers for ever. Founded in 1935 Reliant are the only 3-wheeler company in the world to have produced 3-wheelers for 65 years manufacturing some 500,000 vehicles.