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14th May 1908
14th May 1908
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No Fresh Taxation.

The Prime - Minister has made his Budget speech, and there is to be no fresh taxation upon. motor vehicles. 1Ve are somewhat...

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The Application of the Hire-Purchase System to Commercial Motors.

By Samuel J. Sewell (Secretary oi the Hire Traders' Protection Association). It is common knowledge that a large number of...

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Foster' s Recent Improvements.

During a visit to Lincoln last week, a member of the Editorial staff of "Toe COMMERCIAL MOTOR " had an opportunity of examining...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

A correspondent (page 286) draws attention to. the dangerous practice of tramcar drivers, in rushing " dead " points at...

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Is it Easy to Sell Commercial Motors ?

A Visit to a Busy Sales Department : How the Works are Kept Going. The way of the commercial motor salesman is not an easy...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent.

Preparing for the Summer. I note that the Fiissener Privet-Auto. mobil Gesellschaft (Allgua, Bavaria) has increased its motor...

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News and Comment.

This journal has an exclusive, genuine and maintained circulation: members of its Editorial stall have practical experience and...

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L.C.C. and New Building Regulations.

Metropolitan companies which are concerned in the manufacture of motor omnibuses, motor lorries, and other large industrial...

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Out and Home,By "The Extractor."

Manufacturers of lorries, buses, and vans will do well to note a new departure in the " sundry advertise ments " page this...

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'Cars which do not Stop. The Editor, " THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR." Sir :—I have read, with mixed feelings, the advertisement of...

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Contributions from Drivers and Mechanics.

'Ten Shillings Weekly for the Best Communication Received, and One Penny a Line of ten words for anything else published....

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Auxiliary Horse Power.

A Small Steam Tractor which Assists Underpowered Horses on Steep Hills around the Crystal Palace. A letter which appeared in...

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A Protest Against Conventional Design.

By an Engineer who Objects to Bonnets—Mr. H. H. Carter, A.M.I.Mech.E. The majority of designers and users of commercial...

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Patents Completed.

ROAD TRAINS.—Burnside and Another.—No. 14,243, dated 20th June, 1907. —This invention has for its object to pro vide means for...