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French Imports and Exports.

29th January 1924
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Page 7, 29th January 1924 — French Imports and Exports.
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Importations of motor vehicles into France during the first 11 months of 1923 amounted to 7,999 cars and 84 heavy commercial vehicles and agricultural. tractors. In the latter class, the two chief countries of origin were the United States, which sent 41 vehicles, and Germany, which sent 27 vehicles; only one commercial vehicle was imported from England. Exports of motorcars during the same

period totalled 25,182 apirst 11,977 in' 1922. So far as heavy vehicles and agrieoltural tractors are concerned, 2,279 vehicles were exported during the period' under review as, compared with 3,572 -vehicles in 1922, the chief purchasing countries being Switzerland 425. Belgium-Luxemburg 415, Spain 415, Great Britain 187, Algeria 174 and Germany 65. The excess of exports over imports for commercial Vehicles amounted in value to 69,594,000 frs.

• Standard Licence Application Forms.

• • The Royal Automobile 'Club recently announced a scheme to remind members and associate-members of the' dates of expiry of their driving licences, and. the Club has now taken a further step by isening a, standard form of rsaplication for a new or renewed licence to drive a motor vehicle. Hitherto, before renewing a licence or obtaining a new one, a driver of a motor vehicle was faced with the preliminary trouble of procuring a form of application from the local licensing authority, each authority,iss-aing its own particular form.

The R.A.C. has drawn up a standard form of application commcn to all licensing authorities, and the Ministry of Transport, after circularizing the authorities, has now given its official approval to the form.


Organisations: Ministry of Transport
Locations: Luxemburg

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