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Commercial Motor Users Association

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Established in 1903.

The objectives were: The resisting of undue restrictions placed upon the use of commercial motor vehicles by road authorities; the origination and promotion of improvements in the laws and regulations affecting such vehicles; the support of or opposition to the alterations of such laws and regulations; the popularising and development of commercial vehicles and the collection and circulation of information which is useful to its members. [1]

The Commercial Motor Users Association was associated with the Royal Automobile Club (RAC) and Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

Frederick G. Bristow was the Secretary during WWI. [2]

Headquarters in 1927 where as follows; 50, Pall mall, London.

List of members in 1927:

Presidents (1904-1934)[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1924/11/07
  2. The Engineer 1914/08/28
  3. 1934 Who's Who in the Motor Trade