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Fewer vehicles • Maintenance problems led to Black

18th march 1993, Page 15
18th march 1993
Page 15
Page 15, 18th march 1993 — Fewer vehicles • Maintenance problems led to Black
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Fewer vehicles • Maintenance problems led to Blackwood-based Adams Haulage's authorisation being cut from eight vehicles and nine trailers to two vehicles and three trailers. The licence now expires at the end of February 1994.

No licence III Sale, Cheshire ownerdriver Paul Ball was fined £75 and ordered to pay £75 costs after admitting using a vehicle when not the holder of an Operator's Licence before Manchester City magistrates.

Ban breaker • Breaking the London lorry ban cost Crawley haulier Roger Crook £250 in fines and costs. Brent magistrates were told that Crook believed that the ban did not apply to his 38 tonne artic, as it was unladen at the time and only weighed.14 tonnes.

Base search • Port Talbot haulier Owen Jenkins' interim authority to operate continues while he seeks an alternative site after a licence bid was refused. West Glamorgan County Council objected to Jenkins' "unsuitable" base.

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