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One Hears

3rd September 1948
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Page 27, 3rd September 1948 — One Hears
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Of increasing sales of U.K. vehicles to Portugal.

That magnesium is now being electro-plated by first coating it with zinc.

That an enclosed cab step minimizes the danger of slipping on wet or snow.

Of upper-deck passengers who are likely to be decapitated by low bridges.

That satisfactory lighting may mean all the difference between bad and good work Of someone asking if, anywhere in these islands, one can now see a hearse with a horse.

That we must not allow ourselves to accept death on the roads as "death from natural causes."

That it is too often the result of natural carelessness.

That very often the only. quick thing in London traffic is the temper it engenders in drivers held up in it.

That the hidden-arc welding process of the Lincoln Electric Co.. of Cleveland, Ohio. feeds flux and electrode wire and cuts the time by 65 per cent. That the ideal road surface has yet to be found.

That the Bell Punch Co. prints more than 30,000,000 tickets a day That no two tickets are alike. talk of more sliding roofs on B.R. vehicles, to facilitate loading by crane.

That fast charging is by no means new, as far as some garages are concerned.

That stale beer is good for cleaning windscreens and windows—but why let it get stale ?

That six American makers produce cars and goods vehicles, and 16 commercial vehicles only.

From "Commercial Car Journal --A thinking driver doesn't drink, a drinking driver doesn't think.

That this Parliament has had half its normal life and we are no nearer the millenium its electors hoped for.

That police checks on 2,000,000 American vehicles found the following percentages of faults: 29.4 rear and stop lights, 18 head lights, 12.4 brakes, 4.6 tyre.


Locations: Cleveland, London

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