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One Hears—

14th August 1936, Page 21
14th August 1936
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Of many flaws in the laws.

That driving in London in 1936 is often slower than it was in 1066.

Of a West Highland sheriff saying that "it is extremely difficult to get anyone to tell the truth in court."

That, if the courts were less prejudiced„ they might recognize the truth more often Of London trolleybus delays caused by dewireinent.

That England and Wales have 21 miles of road for every square mile of area.

That the credit for a reduction in accidents cannot always be given to the speed limits. Of a two-speed steering gear.

That town planning in the Metropolitan area must ,be co-ordinated if traffic congestion is to be avoided.

That many drivers still believe that a "hard" tyre is less liable to cause skidding.

That actual tests by dynamometer show that in all cases lower tyre pressures yield higher coefficients of friction.

Of two speed superchargers on air engines.

That the latest annual railway returns should be closely studied by hauliers.

That it is not a bad practice to hold out the clutch when descending hills, but one does not agree.


Locations: London

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