WITH the increase of traffic on the roads, a corresponding increase of accidents may seem inevit- able; but it is certain that, even so, many accidents occur which, with a little more knowledge of the rules of the road, could be avoided. How many accidents, for instance, are traceablo to a disregard of the ordinary rules of motoring when one vehicle is overtaking another ?
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