As a result of arrangements made with the authorities concerned, the R.A.C. is now in a position to issue Customs papers to Members and Associate Members touring abroad for the following 31
countries :—Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Czecho-Slovakia, Denmark, Egypt, Esthonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary. Irish Free State, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Morocco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Tunisia, and Yugo-Slavia.
A scheme is also in operation whereby in the event of a car or motor cycle breaking down and spare parts being required, these can be forwarded through the Club on receipt of a cable stating what is required. These and the other facilities offered by the R.A.C. are undoubtedly most valuable to motorists touring abroad, and are to a large extent the cause of the rapid growth in foreign touring during recent years.
Letters From Readers, May 1954
"Valed" Words Sir, Your contributor "A.B.C." in his article "Historical Notes: 1930 and Afterwards" is a bit up and coming in his views, isn't he? I appreciate that he represents…
A Steamer on M I
Sir, I purchased my Foden tractor (No. 13784), registered in 1932, in 1959 and have now completed one season of rallying, the longest trip being down to Woburn Abbey. On…