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17Feb94 UK: LORRY LAW SWERVES IN FAVOUR OF BRIDGES.

Laws aimed at stopping lorries smashing into low bridges and causing £5 million worth of damage a year will be introduced this summer.Changes to legislation have been delayed by a longer than expected consultation period.But now Department of Transport officials are confident the alteration will be in place this summer in a bid to prevent more than 700 bridge bashings a year.New laws will require truck drivers to have the height of their vehicles written in the cab, and an alarm ...

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