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That apparently the Sketchley Guys never say die.
That milk is one of the " bulwarks " of road transport.
That the TyresoIes " Terragrip " takes the terror out of driving in mud or snow.
That BED 3 on our front cover last week suggested overcrowding to some of our readers.
That the articulated vehicle in our joke picture last week appears -to possess remarkable rigidity.
That the majority of our readers files the chassis specification tables contained in this and last week's issue. • Of more victims of the " jointing trick."
That it is about time the police took action in this matter.
That finishing is soon finished with "wet-onwet."
Never a " nay " from the electric horse, nor does it revolt—so watt!
A hint that "on with the chains" will be the advice for the week-end.
Of railway wants being given precedence over road transport's needs. Of someone remarking that the C.M. seems to have curdled the Milk Marketing Board.
That the moving floor—so popular in refuse collectors—should be used in more goods vehicles.
That there is still a demand for The Commercial Motor of October 7 "with. back cover intact."
That Brush does not bristle at the mention of composite or all-metal bodies—it keeps on making both types.
That the rigid six-wheeled passenger vehicle is losing ground, but of no falling-off in the number of goods chassis of this type now being made.
Of M.P.s who use a Board as a plank.
That 30 m.p.h. should not entail body skimping.
That many readers valued the opinions of export experts.
That small "ads." show which way the wind is blowing.
That mud once deposited on concrete roads has no easy way of escape.
Of someone asking how many railway directors are " disloyal" enough to own private cars.