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Service Vehicles (Speed Cheek)

Volume 416: debated on Thursday 12 April 1945

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asked the Secretary of State for War how many provost motor cyclists are now employed in the British Isles for checking the speed of Service vehicles along streets and country roads and the jumping of lights at cross-roads, since military urgency is no longer a justification; and how many drivers were checked and charged, respectively, during the last six months.

The information is not available in the War Office, but I am looking into the matter and will write to the hon. Member.