Originally Posted by eupa
its all relative codders, but there wasn'nt many road deaths in 1952.
Your were still a dream... the only thing that was going then and still is --
LANDROVERS.. which dont seem to have progessed since conception...I suppose you, however,, you have??
Weren't there really??? Better get your facts right!!!
In the 1920s there were more deaths on British roads than there are now - and no these are NOT adjusted figures!!!
"In 1934, 7,343 people were killed on Britainís roads, despite there being just 2.4 million vehicles on the road, 1.5 million of which were cars, compared to over 30 million in 2003"
Couldn't find the actual figures for 1952 but they do say it was really bad because of all the smog!!!!