Call our Sales Team on 0208 912 2120

• More than 3,000 petrol stations now stock unleaded fuel.

16th February 1989
Page 8
Page 8, 16th February 1989 — • More than 3,000 petrol stations now stock unleaded fuel.
Noticed an error?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it so we can fix it.

Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

The Petroleum Industry Association estimates that if the Chancellor Nigel Lawson increases the tax differential in favour of unleaded fuel by 4p more than half of all stations could do so by the end of 1989.

• International furniture removals company Pickfords has shut down its Northern Ireland operation and made 20 employees redundant after several IRA death threats.

• HGV licences are being revoked at an unprecedented rate. Roads Minister Peter Bottomley says that in 1984/85 some 2,281 HGV drivers lost their licences, compared with 2,772 in 1985/86, 3,066 in 1986/87 and up 3,249 in the last full financial year.

• Distribution directors are invited to enter the 1989 Distribution Director of the Year award, sponsored by Overdrive. Entry forms are available from Overdrive on (0753) 38910: the winner will be announced on 6 July at the Motor Transport awards.

comments powered by Disqus