HC Deb 03 March 1965 vol 707 c244W
Mr. Dudley Smith

asked the Minister of Transport if he is satisfied that the law relating to metal mascots and insignia protruding from the bonnets of vehicles is adequate; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Tom Fraser

I think that the requirements of the law on this point are adequate. No mascot likely to cause injury to a person may be carried on a motor vehicle in such a position that it is likely to strike anyone with whom the vehicle may collide, and all parts and accessories of a vehicle must at all times be in such a condition that no danger is caused or is likely to be caused to any person on the vehicle or on a road.