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13th March 1982, Page 5
13th March 1982
Page 5
Page 5, 13th March 1982 — 38 tonnes
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

E 38-tonnes heavy vehicle is absolute minimum needed reassure the British lorry inufacturers that they can mpete against continental ikers.

This was one of the views put ward at a seminar held by IF to obtain user's views on a implications of the White per proposals.

Representatives of twelve ajor companies in the food, el, construction and general iulage business, expressed ars that some MPs might vote iainst the proposals purely on e grounds of securing a seat at ture elections and not for envinmental reasons.

The anti-road lobby is now leging that although the 1.avier vehicles might be eco)mically better, the operators e irresponsible.

"This new tack has developed DM the sort of environmental who lives in a leafy suburb Id dislikes seeing an artic 3rked temporarily within view

f his home, but who would be lost upset if he had to go withLit his breakfast cereal and ba)n and eggs which that same chicle is delivering," said Mr



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