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; 2. Signals to be made by drivers of motor vehicles ; 3. Signals to be made by traffic police ; 4. 5 (...) the driver is in a built- up area or not, and which desire to provide an indication of this difference (...) on the Committee’s agenda, In view of the abuse of motor-horns by ny drivers, the Association had endeavoured
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Score: 830423.4 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-276-M-143-1935-VIII_EN.pdf
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not involve any difficulties for such drivers. On the other hand, the Committee noted tha t, according (...) of a driving-licence either for all drivers or for those who drive certain kinds of vehicles, such as motor (...) in the information given, thus making it easier for drivers to stop less abruptly and in sufficient time in all
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Score: 828415.4 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-384-M-192-1933-VIII_EN.pdf
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in circulation, the num ber of drivers, the population, the length of highways, etc., in so far as these various (...) special a tten tion should be given to the road accident risks of drivers in the service of an employer (...) , in view of the influence of their conditions of work on the risks of accident bo th to the drivers
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Score: 824315 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-276-M-179-1937-VIII_EN.pdf
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is to warn drivers of the approach of danger. They comprise : (1) Signs established by the International (...) , Table I). This sign, consisting of a full triangle with the point downwards, informs the driver tha t (...) III). — 7 — (b) Sign recommending caution: This sign shows th a t drivers of vehicles must take
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Score: 822627.9 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-671-M-321-1933-VIII_EN.pdf
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for crossing and passing, signals to be m a d e by the driver, etc. On th e o ther hand, there were a num (...) at was contrary to British legislation, which required th a t every vehicle should have a driver, Should (...) down th a t, when a road divided in to two, or a t cross-roads, the driver was obliged to give way
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Score: 814223.1 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...SD/C-237-M-86-1926-VIII_EN.pdf
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vehicle or cha in of vehicles m u s t have a driver capable of driv ing w ith o u t assistance (...) device, enabling the driver to hea r the w arning devices of road- users wishing to overtake him (...) , and visible b o th b y day and by night. These devices, operated b y the driver from his seat before
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Score: 807935.9 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-203-M-111-1938-VIII_EN.pdf
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of the International Federation of Professional Motor-car Drivers. Secretariat ; M. H a a s , Secretary-General (...) certificates for the driver and for the vehicle, provided th a t certain guarantees were given. For instance (...) given driver was authorised to drive any given vehicle. M. Pfluc added th a t he would give his final
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Score: 807696.88 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-363-M-113-1925-VIII_EN.pdf
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; but that the intermediate amber signal was not employed when red changed to green, since drivers were inclined in that case (...) of the new programme of claims put forward by the motor drivers (Annex 11) and of a communication from (...) policy against damage caused to them or to a third party either by the vehicle or by the driver while
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Score: 804676.5 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-322-M-217-1937-VIII_EN.pdf
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regarding th e physica l capacities of th e driver. The age-limit was IS years, and 21 in th e case (...) it quite easy for th e police to a s c e r t a i n w hether th e driver w as authorised to drive (...) driver, since th e driver m ight change cars. A utom ob iles carrying goods w ould also h a v e
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Score: 797610.4 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ilMSD/C-8-M-4-1925-VIII_EN.pdf
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or consistent than another—than to arrive at a uniform system which will enable foreign drivers on European (...) mark—either a plate marked “ S.d.N. ” or a flag. The driver and the persons conveyed must (...) of the Secretary-General of the League or by or on behalf of a Minister for Foreign Affairs. The driver shall also
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Score: 783461.6 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-394-M-174-1930-VIII_EN.pdf
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