The R.A.C. desires to urge upon drivers of cars fitted with four-wheel brakes, the need for extreme caution in their use, and the necessity for giving adequate warning to following traffic when about to apply them. The R.A.C. is of opinion that whilst the meaning of a red triangle or the letters ” F.W.B.” on the rear of a car is understood by other road users, the majority have no experience of four-wheel brakes, and therefore do not appreciate their remarkable retarding effect. As a result, a new driving danger has sprung into existence. Until four-wheel brakes are universally adopted, the R.A.C. trusts that in the interests of other road users, drivers of cars so equipped will use their brakes with the utmost consideration.

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