A decision to allow vehicles weighing more than 60 tonnes on UK roads could come in the autumn. Test runs in the UK have proven that the rig works on UK roads and the invited hauliers who drive it are impressed with the rig’s agility.
Denby Transport in Great Britain has long battled against high winds to operate 25.25-metre skipjacks of up to 60 tonnes on British roads. Suspicion is high not only among politicians, but also among transport companies and drivers.
On the 25th of May In 2021, the travel agency finally got permission to trial run Denby EcoLink B-Double Link haulage, but not on public roads, but organized by the RHA. events For test run. It should also be added that the team was already recognized in the Netherlands at that time. The test run brought much joy to the drivers and motorists.
until the fall This year, it is expected that a political decision will be made to take the group to British roads as well.
Dick Denby, Denby Transport, has pushed long and heavy equipment on British roads for years. He will now enjoy the fruits of all his labor when he says “finally” this fall. Photo: Tenby Transport.
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