In modern conditions the performance of the contract of carriage by the carrier in his own vehicle will seldom, at any rate in carriage by road, be within the contemplation of the parties to the contract at the time of its making. Where the carrier carries on the business of a substantial transport undertaking with his own vehicles maintained and driven by his own employees, the parties to the contract may well expect that the whole or a substantial part of the carriage will be performed in the carrier's own vehicles driven by and under the control of his
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