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Advice on lights

24th June 1966, Page 37
24th June 1966
Page 37
Page 37, 24th June 1966 — Advice on lights
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THE next edition of the Highway Code will

say that the flashing of headlamps should, in the interests of road safety, be regarded as having only the same meaning as sounding the horn—an indication of the presence of a vehicle on the road.

Mrs. Barbara Castle forecast this in the Commons last week, recalling that drivers had already been given this advice.

Re-cut tyres ban: Regulations banning the use of re-cut tyres on light vans, small trailers and cars from July II, 1966, were laid before Parliament on Wednesday. The ban does not extend to the use of special recuts on buses and heavy lorries. Another regulation laid on Wednesday will mean that small vans registered from April 1, 1967, will have to have BSI-approved seat belt anchorages for driver and front-seat passenger. This regulation will apply to all goods vehicles up to 30 cwt_ unladen and to passenger and dual-purpose vehicles carrying not more than 12 people excluding the driver.


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