(To the Editor.) Sir, —In your sub-leader on above subject you mention that the importation of motor-ears to Great Britain amounts to about £4,000,000 per annum. In fairness it should be pointed out that France got a five years' lead in this industry through the usual slowness of England in grasping the situation. It is only latterly that Britain is gaining the ground lost at the start. Had England not hampered this great industry by imposing absurd speed limits, things might have been different. Might I ask in this connection why every newspaper of note in the world is printed on a Hoe machine ? Because it is the very best. Some of the very best motor-cars are still made in France, Germany and even in Italy.— I am, etc., A.B.C.
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