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Daimler powered pram

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Re: Daimler powered pram

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Re: Daimler powered pram

Post by John-B » Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:26 pm

How many illegal items can you identify? No seat (or waist) belts, no registration plates, no licence displayed on the left of the driver, no driving licence, no insurance, not conforming with mechanical standards of the day (our modern MOT), exceeding noise levels, not complying with clean air regulations, no approved child seat, no lights or indicators, no brakes, unsafe steering ...

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Re: Daimler powered pram

Post by Phillmore » Sat Dec 09, 2017 7:39 pm

I love the Golly but that would be illegal now!
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