One case of overloading has led to the South Wales
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Licence of Laura Ashley having its duration cut. It expires at the end of September 1988, instead of 1991.
The company currently holds a licence specifying 23 vehicles and 13 trailers with seven vehicles and trailers to be acquired. It was called to a public inquiry in Welshpool because of convictions for gross and axle overloads at Faversham in April, when it was fined a total of 2430.
South Wales Licensing Authority John Mervyn Pugh said that he operated a policy of trust. He trusted the company to comply with the regulations in the future.
The company has agreed to write a letter to its drivers explaining their responsibilities and pointing out that their jobs depended upon it retaining its licence.