Articles tagged Automobile Association

Page 9 of September 1925 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, September 1925

DON'T LEAVE LITTER.

DON'T LEAVE LITTER. An R.A C. Appeal. The closing of one of the Surrey beauty spots to the public—St. George's Hill—because of the trouble to which the owners were put in clearing up litter and in extinguishing heath fires, again attracts attention to the need for the public at large to exercise the utmost consideration and care when picnicking. Whilst private motorists are by no means solely to...

Page 84 of February 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, February 1978

Emergency Spares

Sir, Without wishing to detract from the excellent service provided by The Automobile Association in supplying continental emergency spares packs to its members, may I assure Mr. Dexter and other Rolls-Royce and Bentley owners that such kits are available from Rolls-Royce Motors Limited through our many distributors and dealers. Had Mr. Dexter contacted our parts department at Crewe, we would...

Page 34 of November 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, November 1931

MOTOR SPORT

ITFMS OF INTEREST FROM VARIOUS SOURCES liontlhery Challenge Trophy. IN recognition of the brilliant performance of Mrs. G. M. Stewart, the authorities at Montlhery have awarded their annual Challenge Trophy to Mr. J. D. Hawkes, the owner of the car in which Mrs. Stewart has broken no fewer than four world's records during the past 12 months. Driving Mr. Hawkes's Derby Miller Special (which was...

Page 15 of February 1926 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, February 1926

RENEWING MOTOR LICENCES.

RENEWING MOTOR LICENCES. The Automobile Association has received a considerable number of enquiries in connection with the renewal of motor car and motor-cycle licences for 1926. For the benefit of those motorists who are not well acquainted with the more important points in the present system of licensing and registration, as affecting the owners of private motor cars and motor-cycles, the...

Page 16 of June 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, June 1932

The Grand Prix of Dieppe.

The Grand Prix of Dieppe. TTiE Grand Prix of 1 i(l)1C will take place on the 24th of .1 uly, and the course is in excellent condition, and it is hoped that it will not be made slippery if wet. The organisation of this event has been very carefully gone into, and there seems every chance of a firstclass race. It is rather early to discuss entries as yet, but that energetic sportsman, Earl Howe,...

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