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Higher Wages for C-licence Drivers A SCALE of minimum weekly

13th December 1940
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Page 20, 13th December 1940 — Higher Wages for C-licence Drivers A SCALE of minimum weekly
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wages rates for drivers of &licence• vehicles, agreed upon between the Bradford and District Commercial Vehicle Owners' Federation and the United Road Transport Workers' Association of England, came into operation in the week ended December 7.

It is provided that the working week shall be one of 48 hours, and the agree-. ment is subject to the understanding that where a motor vehicle, ogerating under an unrestricted C licence, is working for hire or reward, the driver's pay during such period shall be strictly in accordance with the Wages Order in respect of A and B-licence drivers' pay. Part-time C-licence drivers, such as shopkeepers' employees, who divide their time between driving a delivery van and working in the shop, are not ' covered by the agreement The following are details of the weekly wages rates:—Tradesmen's delivery vans, not exceeding 25-cwt. capacity: Drivers 21 years of age and over, 60s.; under 21, first year 41a, second year 4fis., thereafter 54s.

Vehicles up to and including. 2 tons capacity, 63s,; over .2 tons and up to and including 5 tons capacity, 71s.; over 5 tons capacity and up to and including 12 tons gross unladen weight, 73s. lid.

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