ITis of vital importance to owners of fast cars that they should be able to depend upon other road users doing the right thing. Such criminal faults as ” filtering” into a main road without looking each way first could be largely eliminated, however, if new motorists
were taught to drive by trained experts, instead of just picking it up from a friend or relation. It is for this reason that we are particular admirers of the work done by the British School of Motoring, and we attended recently at the opening of a new
tuition centre at Manchester. The guiding spirit of the school, Mr. S. C. H. Roberts, outlined their aims at the inaugural luncheon, and speeches were also made by the Chief Constable of Manchester, Major Godfrey, and Mr. Saxon J efferis, the well known Manchester motor agent.