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RURAL transport experiments are clearly to be encouraged, say the authors of PSV and the Law.

10th September 1976
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Page 52, 10th September 1976 — RURAL transport experiments are clearly to be encouraged, say the authors of PSV and the Law.
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

But they are extremely cautious about it.

They want both the experiments and the machinery by which they are introduced incorporated as fully as possible within the existing structure.

County councils should not both authorise and implement schemes involving "a measure of de-licensing" in areas of the country under-served by services. The authors support the continuation of the licensing role of the Traffic Commissioners.

They emphasise the importance of the safety objecters of the 1930 Act and suggest it is even more important today "when there are more drivers on the road, probably less completely trained and certainly driving more powerful machines."

The move they favour is apparently to balance experiment by removing excursions and tours of more than one day's duration from licensing restrictions although not from safety control.

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