In addition to selling and servicing Ford vehicles the brothers began to use the Ford cars to convey passengers around the town and to outlying areas.
E M (Ted) Jones who came from Penfforddwen, Nantglyn near Denbigh sold his passenger transport business Denbigh and District Motors to the main bus operator in the area Brookes Brothers (White Rose) in 1925. However shortly after selling his business he formed an association with William Edwards and the bus company Red Dragon was formed trading from Abbey Garage.
In addition to routes around Denbigh they also ran into Rhyl. Apparently they made a claim that they met “all trains at Denbigh and Caerwys stations”. There was fierce competition on the routes with Brookes Brothers (White Rose).
The fleet grew with and included a number of Chevrolet vehicles together with some GMCs two of which had been former demonstrators for GMC. Two vehicles, a GMC and a Dennis, were acquired from R Smith who traded as Smiths Motors and that business was subsumed into Red Dragon.
White Rose was taken over by Crosville in May 1930 and so to eliminate the only other significant competitor Crosville purchased the business of Red Dragon Motor Services a few months later at the end of July 1930. A price of 'not exceeding £9,000' was paid and 12 vehicles transferred.