Transport: Safety Anomalies

Last week 125 of the numerous people in the U. S. who are professionally preoccupied with the traffic problem went to Ann Arbor, Mich, for the two-week National Institute for Traffic Safety Training, held at the University of Michigan. In Ann Arbor they paid $10, got a room at the Michigan Union, signed up for classes. Several things they were taught might have surprised many a citizen:

¶ That a "high grade moron" makes a better driver than an intelligent man, because intelligent people are apt to think of other things while driving.

¶ That people with bad eyes and slightly...

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