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25th March 1909
25th March 1909
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Page 1, 25th March 1909

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Should Road Fines be Borne by Owner or Driver ?

A correspondent (page 6.1) raises this oft-debated question in a new phase he cites the instance of a steamwagon driver who is...

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Commercial Motors for Co-operative Societies:

in dealing with the working of motor vehicles for trade purposes, there are certain general rules governing success, whether...

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The Origin of " Mex " Spirit.

It makes very interesting rending in the,,e prosaic days to listen to the romance unfolded by Mr. Clive Bowring, a director of...

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News contributions are invieed : payment will be made on publication. Widnes Motorbuses. The " Commer Car " motorbuses for...

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News and Comment.

This journal chronicles, fosters, and represents commercial motoring in all its branches : it is exclusively read in many...

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By "7,72e &Jaz-actor" We ought all to be busy now with a commercial-vehicle exhibition, instead of one's being held for...

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From Our Berlin Correspondent.

German Motor Corps. The automobiles owned by the Transport Department have grown far too numerous to be managed by the present...

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Motorcab Topics.

News contributions or Invited ; payment will be made on tublication. Melbourne is finding taxicabs of great use, and the...

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Two-cylinder Engines—Bad Motor Agents—

Protected Drivers—Concerning Overloading. By Henry Sturmey. In commenting upon my note which started the recent discussion...

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"An Experiment in Mechanical Transport."

A Battalion of Guards and Its Equipment are taken to Hastings and Back in 316 Touring Cars and Motorwagons. Under the command...

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The War Department' s Competition.

Tales of "Trying Tractors " : From the Diary of Trier. First day.—Saw three competing jiggers, found they had been...

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Opinions from Others.

The Editor invites correspondence on all subjects conflated with the use of commercial motors. Letters should be on side...

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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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The Supply Department.

Selected Information which is likely to be of Iaterest to Makers, Owners, and their Buyers. " PICARDY" (Darlington).—We are...

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Patents Completed.

Complete specifications of the following patents will be sent to any address in the United Kingdom upon receipt of eightpence...