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2nd December 1938
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Increase or Certain HE October figures for road

Accidents Due to the 1 accidents spoil the down

Crisis ward trend in restricted areas, but in those derestricted there were, actual reductions. The National Safety First Association blames the former to mental and emotional strain during the crisis, which reflected itself in reports reaching the Association from industry and other spheres apart from road transport.

Losses by the RailA CHILDREN'S newspaper ways Which May r-Lrecently published an Seem Impossible . . amusing note concerning a lost railway wagon. This was said to be one of 10-ton capacity and fully laden, which left York on August 13 for Ashburton and had not since been seen. The paper goes on to say that this is

not the first instance of the kind. Once a grand piano disappeared, and a few years ago a van-load of furniture vanished. Do any of our readers know of cases in which road vehicles have performed such curious tricks?

Is Tyre StandardizaTHE secretary of the Order tion Failing ? If so, of the Road is asking tyre Why ? makers and tyre dealers to do something to arrest an effort which is now afoot to break down the standardization of tyres. He does not know what trade policy is behind this move, but considers that it would be an intolerable nuisance to an operator if he could no longer rely absolutely upon obtaining a standard tyre for his standard wheel, wherever he may be. Perhaps those concerned will state their reasons for any suggested change.

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