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A new book by Commercial Motor

30th August 1974, Page 23
30th August 1974
Page 23
Page 23, 30th August 1974 — A new book by Commercial Motor
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Will tachograph charts supersede written records when the EEC scheme takes effect in Britain? Can an operator fit and service his own tachographs? How much will tachographs cost to install? What must a driver do if his tachograph fails during a journey?

The answers to these and a host of other questions raised by the Common Market tachograph legislation are given in a new CM book just published: Tachographs, price 95p inclusive from the address in the panel below.

The -book summarises the principal legal requirements in plain language, explains how the full legislation can be consulted and takes readers in simple questionand-answer stages through many of the practical issues which tachographs raise. It covers the pricing and fitting aspects (with stage-by-stage illustrations), sets out the types and makes available, explains how to use and interpret the charts, draws on the experience of operators in the UK and on the Continent — in fact covers the subject thoroughly but concisely.

You may or may not approve of tachographs, but few operators can afford to ignore them. This CM publication puts goods and passenger operators in the picture.


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