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Automotive News Briefs: December 5, 1909

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Automotive News Briefs: December 5, 1909

Pennsylvania Auto Licenses.
The New York Times

Applications for 1910 Pennsylvania licenses can now be secured.  While the licenses will not be issued before Jan. 1, those who make early applications will get the lower and most desirable registration numbers.  According to the provisions of the new Pennsylvania law all cars are registered according to power graded schedule, as follows: Cars of less than 20 horse power, $5; cars of 20 to 49 horse power, $10; cars of 50 horse power and over, $15.  An automobile owner is not required to have a driving license, but professional chauffeurs and paid operators must get driving licenses and pay $2 for them.

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