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Decrease of Lost Mileage.

3rd December 1908
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Page 1, 3rd December 1908 — Decrease of Lost Mileage.
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

We would direct particular attention to that part of the recent paper before the Royal Automobile Club which deals with lost mileage. The paper is fully reported on the next four pages of this issue, and it is to the first table, and the. subsequent reports from two large users, that we would refer more especially.The improvement in the figures is maintained to date, and the testimony thus rendered available for the first time is of more than passing interest. It should serve a useful purpose when manufacturers and salesmen are told that commercial motors are still unreliable. We do not, of course, for obvious reasons, wish to dwell at any great length upon the contents of the paper in question, but we desire that there shall be no false impression abroad that the second table is a complete analysis.: it represents only the position in regard to 342 users, and it is put-forward merely as the evidence of a forward movement on their part.


Organisations: Royal Automobile Club

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