Motor Car Tour to Brighton
FIRST MEET OF THE MOTOR CAR CLUB,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH, 1806
INSTRUCTIONS AS TO ROUTE AND ITINERARY.
Owners and drivers of Motor Vehicles taking part in the Tour Should remember that Motor Cars on their trial in England, and that rashness or carelessness might injure the industry in this Country.
Should see that their Motor Cars appear in thoroughly good clean order, and are never left unattended on the route. Should be fully provided with sufficient lubricating and motor oil.
Should see that passengers are provided with proper protection against bad weather, such as mackintoshes,etc..and with light provisions.
Should use the greatest care as to speed and driving, so as not to endanger ordinary traffic.
Should treat the Police and other Authorities on the route with polite consideration.
UNIFORM, Special Caps and Armlets can be provided to Members of the Club
Driving Motor Vehicles who wish for them on application to the Secretary.
PILOT CARS, Mr Harry J. Lawson, the President of the Club, will drive the Pilot Car, from which directions will be given. Drivers are requested not to pass this car unless by necessity, so that directions may be communicated to those, taking part in the run.
OIL, A supply of motor oil ( spec. 6-
Water. Water can be obtained at the “Horse & Grooin.” Streatham, “Wheat-
Thornton Heath, “Greyhound.” Croydon, “Windsor Castle,” Purley, “The Star,”Horley,
“White Hart,” Reigate, “The george,” Crawley, “Black Swan,” Peas Pottage, “Red Lion,” Hand Cross, “Queen’s Head,” Bolney, “King’s Head.” Albourne,”The Plough,” Pyecombe, and the “Black Lion,” Patcham.
MEET OF CARS. The Motor Cars should assemble in front of the whitehall Entrance of the Metropole Hotel, not later than9 a.m. Breakfast takes place at 9.30 sharp in whitehall Room’s of the Hotel Metropole. Tickets 10/-
The Emancipation run invitation
THE MOTOR CAR