The Locomotive Amendment Act 1878
Just like the Locomotive Amendment Act 1878 improved legislation thanks to lobbying, we too listen to our customers needs over our products and services.
“You can’t change our second amendment” is a quote you may have heard recently, but the Locomotive Amendment Act 1878 proves a change can successfully improve a piece of legislation. We’ve witnessed positive change in the past and present from citizens, politicians and businesses in the UK who tirelessly campaign to “build a fairer, brighter future”. This core message is designed to reinforce philosophy, encourage lobbyists and therefore influence voters.
This philosophy can only be accepted by the public if there is an element of trust. Governments have worked assiduously with PR Agencies, Brands, The Arts, Law Firms and Media Groups for many centuries to earn the faith of the common person.
When the Locomotive Amendment Act 1878 changed the rules, with optional red flags, creation of Main Roads and by-laws to recover maintenance costs, there was hope that motorist’s lives would become easier.
Whilst the government put greater sanctions on heavy road vehicles like the steam omnibus, engineers started to look at lighter vehicles with electrical or combustion engines. The act did spur further action leading to subsequent changes and a new act in 1898.
These improvements came at the right time because the industry was about to see the biggest change in its history, with the Germans delivering one of the world’s most beautiful inventions, the motor car.
We run multiple campaigns a year and with every one we try to listen to our customer’s needs. And we have introduced many new products and services over the years due to the demand customers and the industry.
Our achievements include, fixing kit blister packs, RNPS logging, GDPR compliant software, a brand new Online Shop and the development of the industries first Full Colour Number Plate Printer, just like our current Trade Number Plate Printing Solution.