Za Rulem

Za Rulem

 

(At the Wheel), a monthly, popular-scientific sports magazine of the central committee of the All-Union Voluntary Society for Assistance to the Army, Air Force, and Navy of the USSR; it is published in Moscow. The magazine was founded in 1928 as a social, literary, and popular-scientific illustrated magazine. It is intended for drivers and automobile enthusiasts, sportsmen (motorcyclists and motorists), teachers of automotive subjects, and coaches. It publishes materials about new domestic and foreign automobiles and motorcycles and about problems of safety and traffic control. Much attention is devoted to defense and patriotic themes. It systematically informs readers of intra-Union and international automobile and motorcycle competitions. Circulation in 1972, 2.1 million copies.

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Experts from Za Rulem magazine have awarded the model with the oldest national automobile award in Russia- the "Grand Prix".
As the experience of colleagues from Za Rulem magazine showed, in order to get a submarine, it is not necessary to invent a complex bicycle.
After arguing that the 'German autostradas' were intended primarily for military use, an article in the journal Za rulem (Behind the wheel) admitted that 'it would be a mistake to ignore the huge potential that the autostradas have for auto transport'.
Osinskii, 'Dve tysiachi kilometrov na avtomobile' [Two thousand kilometers in an automobile], Za rulem 15 (1929), 12.
Chudakov, 'Budushchee avtomobil'noi promyshlennosti v SSSR' [The future of the automobile industry in the USSR], Za rulem 1 (1928), 3.
(19) For the 1928 decree see Za rulem, 9 (1929), 32.
B., 'Germanskie avtostrady', Za rulem, (1936), 13-14.
v probege' [Road test of a 1934 Ford], Za rulem 20 (1934), 6.