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of Regent Street, London
Up to 1907 the company was known as White Steam Cars
1907 Petrol-engined cars were launched.
1907 Sold the Manchester branch to Staffords
1914 For details of steam and petrol vehicles, see 1908-1914 Motor Car Red Book
1918 Buses were built by the company. United Automobile Services bought a great number from the US Army after World War One. These had pneumatic tyres, seated 20 passengers, and were left-hand drive. They were renowned for travelling very fast and were used on routes that were under competition from other companies.