The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 9 (February 25, 1927)
The Perils Of The Highway
The Perils Of The Highway.
The figures recently published of motoring fatalities in the United States during 1926, when in seventy-eight of the larger cities no less than 6,128 persons lost their lives, will no doubt rouse the authorities to definite action in the direction of ensuring safety on the public highways. In New York alone there were nearly a thousand fatalities, whilst in Chicago and Detroit there were 622 and 325 fatalities respectively.