35. Mr. TREVELYAN THOMSON
asked the Home Secretary if he will state the average number of yearly accidents due to collisions between ordinary pedal bicycles and motor vehicles before and after the imposition of the rear-light order?
Can the right hon. Gentleman say, in the absence of that information, on what facts is the assumption based that the continuance of rear lights is in the interests of cyclists?
§ 36. Major GLYN
asked whether there is any regulation in London or the country that prohibits motor cars being driven from the left or near side of the driving seat?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MINISTRY of TRANSPORT (Mr. Neal)
I have been asked to answer this question. So far as I am aware there is no regulation to prevent motor cars being driven from the near side of the driving seat.