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16th June 1925
16th June 1925
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Some Deterrents to Bus Travel.

MNIBUS services are now ubiquitous, and, although the standard of the vehicles in use is particularly high, there are many...

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ONE HEARS

That much coal is about to be oiled. That, despite its name, Bury is a live town. " Full on top, sir," as the order of the...

HERE'S ONE.

There is at least one waggish conductor on the bus routes which pass our offices in Rosebery Avenue. As he approaches...

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WHEELS OF INDUSTRY.

┬░The zerhee?s f wealth will be slowed by all difficulties of transport at whatever points arising, as 4 carriage is by the...

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A Portable Hoist for Garage Use.

I N the rAsumet of patent specifications in the issue of The Commercial Motor for April 21st we dealt with the claims of Mr. H....

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AMERICA SENDS US ANOTHER LIGHT CHASSIS.

First Published Details of the Yellow Cab T-1 Model 30-cwt. 2-ton Chassis, One of the Features of which is the Special...

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MAKING BEST USE OF THE FORD.

Valuable Advice on Every Phase of Ford Transport, Which Will Appeal to the Owner, Driver and Repairer. I N THIS series of...

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AMONG THE CLEANSING SUPERINTENDENTS.

At their Annual Conference, the Superintendents Discuss Mechanical Transport and Observe the Capabilities of Appliances...

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A BRITISH-BUILT LOW-Li kFETY COACH CHASSIS.

A S OLD readers of this journal will know, we have for many years advocated the building of special passenger chassis as...

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AN EMERGENCY MOBILE ROAD BREAKER.

A Machine to Deal with Breakdowns in Gas Service Mains. The Latest Product from the Factory of Dennis Bros., Ltd., Guildford....

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A Testing Board for Ford Service Depots.

A satisfactory form of testing board, which can be made at a cost of almost next to nothing (as most of the material employed...

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PASSENGER TRAVEL NEWS.

The Latest Doings and Developments in the Bus and Coach World. IS THE BUS INVADING THE SPHERE OF THE COACH? Some of the...

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A TYNESIDE COMPANY'S COACHING ACTIVITIES.

Reasons for the Success of a North Shields Owner whose Progress Has Been Most Marked of Recent Years. - 10 UILT up upon a...

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AN OUTCRY AGAINST TRAMCARS IN PARIS.

A General Press Campaign in Support of the Use of a Greater Number of Buses. - DOR several years past a steadily in creasing...

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PROBLEMS OF THE HAULIER AND CARRIER.

Compiling Data for Operating Costs. A Simple Explanation of a Problem That is Often Put to Us by Hauliers. T HE method of...

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A ROBUST TIPPING WAGON FOR 5-TON LOADS.

Details of a Useful Type of Berliet for Road Construction and Other Work of this Nature or Refuse Collection. T IIE commercial...

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OPINIONS FROM OTHERS..

The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects connected with the use of commercial motors. Letters shodd be on ens side of...

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SOME REPAIR ITEMS AND HINTS.

Practical Points Suggested by Our Driver and Mechanic Readers. T HE repair of a punctured carburett,er float is an occurrence...

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AN ENGINE FOR HIGH AND LOW SPEEDS.

A Resume of Recently Published Patent Specifications. I N specification No. 233,507 H. Brow-Aback, of Norristown, America,...