The road coach should be built stronger than a park drag, especially as to the undercarriage and axles, which latter should not measure less than two inches in diauieter.
The axles may be either mail or Collinge's (not imitation).
The hind seat is usually supported by solid wooden risers with wooden curtains, but the supports may be of curved iron, as in a park drag, in which case a stationary leather curtain is used. Its seat should be wide enough for at least two beside the guard, who should occupy the near side with an extra cushion. lie should have a strap to take hold of when standing to sound the horn.
The lazybacks of the box seat, hind seat, and roof seats should be stationary.
The underside of the footboard, together with the risers of