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News Archive > General > New signage will mean HGV drivers can be prosecuted

New signage will mean HGV drivers can be prosecuted

By Natasha Swift 20th December 2017

New signage will mean HGV drivers can be prosecuted
The stuck lorry

NEARLY a year after a 36-tonne B&Q lorry made national headlines when it blocked one of only two ways into Pentewan after a sat nav error by the driver, action is finally being taken to stop future incidents.

Cornwall Council will be putting in a length restriction on Pentewan Hill in the New Year to stop large vehicles getting stuck and will give the police the power to prosecute anyone who ignores it...

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By Natasha Swift 20th December 2017

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