Motoring Offences in 1921

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It is easy to imagine that we have always had cars and other forms of technology but in 1921 the car was a relatively new invention and not many owned them. This gentleman was prosecuted for not making sure no-one else could start his car whilst he was gone.


I like the way the Inspector refers to this being a dangerous practice. The case underneath shows that broken lights were an offence even then.