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3rd May 1932, Page 83
3rd May 1932
Page 83
Page 83, 3rd May 1932 — ONE HEARS
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

That every trade turns to the motor.

That it is invariably a turn for the better.

Much more about quickly detachable semi-trailers.

That to write off only the motive unit costs less than to write off a complete vehicle.

That a well-built carrier unit sometimes lasts out two motive units, 0 That evidence of road transport's virility is amply available in this Special Issue.

That the smallest haulage concerns are now, in numbers, turning from ignorance to a study of our Tables of Operating Costs.

Of very few who will not see that any fresh restriction of the motor-haulage contractor must cause an outbreak of new owners for their own traffics and do no good to the railways.

Of petrol looking askance at oil. • Of more greening of rural petrol pumps.

That the road holds the ace in the railway menace.

Of road motorsweepers on motormower lines.

That light tractors and works trucks are now claiming more general appreciation.

That the advertising managers of the daily papers are praying for t ii e reappearance of company prospectuses. Much less of Diesel knock.

That there's no fixing the ultimate economy of research.

That comfort for the driver is a matter of economics.

Many inquiries from hauliers as to the best association for them to join.

That The Commercial Motor is constantly being invited to found one under its auspices.

That except in isolated cases the running of old vehicles is not an economy.

Of a battery-electric vehicle being converted by the fitting of an oil engine.

Of disappointment expressed by jaded London members that the Tramways, Light Railways and Transport Association Congress is being held in London, instead of somewhere by the sea.

Everybody say pneumatic tyres pay.

Of many who would like a guaranteed lift.

That banks may soon lend at below 5 per cent.

Of more than 20 blackbirds in the Pybus pie.

That genuine unemployment has passed its peak.

Candid remarks both for and against oil en gines.

Of no passenger who is really pleased to feel where the springs are.


Organisations: Congress
Locations: London

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