Renewed Police Activity.
TAutomobile Association warns motorists of the importance of keeping their number plates “clearly distinguishable” as required by law. In certain parts of the country, the matter is receiving close attention, by the police, and numerous prosecutions have been inetitn.ted. The stopping of motor vehicles by the
police, so that the latter may ascertain the condition of brakes, is also becoming more frequent.
The usual procedure is for the driver to be asked to apply the brakes, and if they do not hold, the sequel may be a police court prosecution.
The maximum penalty for these various infringements is 220.
” About George.”
UNDER the intriguing title of’ About George’ one hardly expects to find. a car catalogue. Yet the story of George as told and illustrated in an amusing booklet issued by the M.G. Car Co. is a catalogue in disguise, for it sets forth in. a very diverting manner a list of the most appealing points of the Midget.
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