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Old 13 April 2013, 11:06   #11
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Ok. I get it. You a lawyer Poly?
John can I ban him for that sort of abuse or does the question mark let him away with it ?
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I think "barrack room lawyer" is the technical term
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3.1 An Abnormal indivisible Load is a load: - (a) which cannot without undue expense or risk of damage be divided into two or more loads for the purpose of carriage on roads AND (b) which ( i ) owing to its dimensions cannot be carried by a heavy motor car or trailer or a combination of a heavy motor car and trailer complying in all respects with the requirements of the Construction and Use Regulations
I don't think the Abnormal Indivisible Load rules apply in this case, as there are other vehicles (eg artics) available which comply are capable of carrying a load of this length and comply fully with with the Construction and Use Regulations.
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I don't think the Abnormal Indivisible Load rules apply in this case, as there are other vehicles (eg artics) available which comply are capable of carrying a load of this length and comply fully with with the Construction and Use Regulations.
There is an AND between (a) and (b). So the load is big AND can't be carried in a standard CAR/trailer combo.
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