HC Deb 04 March 1920 vol 126 c682W
Lieut-Colonel ARCHER-SHEE

asked the Home Secretary whether the new Regulations for the lighting of motor vehicles will be embodied in a Bill to amend the existing Acts, or issued under the Defence of the Realm Act Regulations; and whether, in view of the fact that the question of lighting of motor vehicles has now been under consideration for 16 months since the Armistice, a definite decision may now be arrived at owing to the expense of constant alterations to owners of vehicles?


Fresh legislation to amend the existing Acts will probably be required in the near future. As I stated on March 1st, in reply to a question from the Noble Lord, the Member for South Battersea (Viscount Curzon), I am expecting shortly to receive a further Interim Report from the Committee on Lights on Vehicles, when the desirability of publishing both that and the previous Report will be considered.