MOTOR CARS IN PALESTINE.
The New York Times
December 31, 1922
About 700 passenger cars, 100 motor trucks and 100 motor cycles are now in use in Palestine, reports Consul A. E. Southard from Jerusalem. The government owns approximately two-sevenths of the passenger cars and one-half of the trucks. About 90 per cent. of the passenger cars and 75 per cent. of the trucks are from the United States, while most of the motor cycles are of British make. The cheaper cars are the most favored and are well represented by local agencies.
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