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6th February 1976, Page 37
6th February 1976
Page 37
Page 37, 6th February 1976

3,629 Lorries Banned

THE NUMBER of lorries warranting prohibition notices because of defective brakes points to the need for continued vigilance by owners, drivers and examiners in order to ensure......

A Boost For

Containerbase BIRMINGHAM Containerbase got a shot in the arm this week with the news that a major expansion scheme is now being planned. This announcement comes only two months......

Leyland Boxer Gets Counted Out

MEMORIES that Peter Moreton may have of his Leyland Boxer will be anything but loving, and he has published a death notice on the truck in his local evening newspaper to record......

Miracles Take Longer

THE government is to try to put a figure on the damage done to buildings, roads and people by heavy lorries. Mr Kenneth Marks, environment under-secretary, told the House of......

The Price Of Inflation

ROAD hauliers paid the price of inflation during 1975—with costs rising by an average of almost 15 per cent over the 12 months. A survey by the Road Haulage Association's......