A clause of the 1962 Finance Act refers to all vehicles on the road requiring a “Road Fund” Licence, whether or not they are proceeding under their own power. This means that you can no longer legally tow a broken-down or immobile car. What a fine piece of grab-grab on the part of an anti-motoring Government! Once again the Motor Trade benefits, at the expense of the private motorist, who will have to hire a lorry or trailer to move a broken down vehicle or an old car being collected for restoration. This ruling is not widely known. One of the first to suffer was Basil Davonport, towing “‘Spider” home from Wiscombe on safe racing tyres, as he has done for many years without any trouble. But under a Tory Government, with Marples as M.o.T. . . .