Waring and Gillow, Ltd., Oxford Street, W.
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Dear Sirs,—In the interests of the motoring public, I wish to bring before your notioe the following matter. I was driving to-day to Eastbourne about one o'clock, when, about four miles away from Eastbourne, we came up behind one of your motorvans. Although I hooted incessantly, your van obstructed me until I reached the town. A motorcyclist overtook my car and your motor, and, seeing the difficulty I was in, indicated by sign to your driver that a car was behind, with no result. I understood from my wife (as I was overtaking your motor) that three men were in front of it. It seemed to me that one would have been more -useful behind, in order to indicate to the driver the approach of a fastermoving vehicle behind. I noticed a mirror was fixed in front of the driver.—Yours faithfully,