§ Mr. RHYS DAVIES
asked the Home Secretary the number of fatal and nonfatal accidents, respectively, during 1932 2023W and 1933, separately, arising out of the use of motor-bicycles on the roads of this country?
§ Sir J. GILMOUR
The number of accidents attributed to motor cycles in Great Britain in 1932 was:
Fatal … … 1,648 Non-fatal … … 40,683
This does not include accidents to motor cyclists which were attributed to other vehicles, as to which there are no particulars. Figures for 1933 are not yet available.