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(1930) - Tema: Göteborg
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Major N. Hj. Palmstierna.
Telephone 61303
and to the Club 61313.

Motor Car Owners will find pleasure in having a
run in Sweden to see the beautiful nature of the
country. They will find the roads well mapped out
by the Royal Automobile Club (K. A. K.) with
plenty of sign posts and danger signals both by
night and day, also with a great number of Petrol
stations. The Club is willing to help members of
the Automobile Clubs of Great Britain and America
to clear their cars at the customs on arrival at Swedish

Street traffic. It is customary in Sweden for
motor and other street vehicles to drive on the left
side of the road. Foot passengers also keep to the
left hand side of the footpath.

K. A. K. has branches in Stockholm, Gothenburg
and Malmö.

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