heavy goods vehicle


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heavy goods vehicle

n (Brit) → autoveicolo pesante da trasporto
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A spokesman said: "At around 11.56am on Friday, August 17, a passenger train passed over a user-worked level crossing, near Bagillt, North Wales, shortly after a user with a heavy goods vehicle had completed using the crossing.
After the collision on Saturday, a police spokesman said: "Emergency services are in attendance at a serious road traffic collision involving a motor car and a heavy goods vehicle on Llanharry Road, Llanharry.
A police spokesperson said: "We are keen to speak to anyone who has witnessed the collision itself or the manner of driving of the heavy goods vehicle immediately prior to this incident."
Stolen airbag systems were also recovered, as was stolen property from heavy goods vehicles.
The 54-year-old driver of the heavy goods vehicle was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving.
A WOMAN driver had to be cut free from her Vauxhall Corsa following a collision with a heavy goods vehicle yesterday afternoon.
A motorist was killed and three people injured yesterday in a crash involving a heavy goods vehicle and two cars.
This actually tightens up the Commission's original proposal by adding a second mandatory stage starting in October 2005 and a third phase applicable in 2008, seeking to ensure future emission standards include the requirement to equip heavy goods vehicle diesel engines with technologies for after-treatment systems for exhaust fumes.
A BILLINGHAM teenager has been left with serious injuries after a crash involving a heavy goods vehicle (HGV) near Northallerton.
The driver of the lorry, who was travelling at 16mph above the 40mph legal limit for a heavy goods vehicle on a single carriageway, had been driving northbound when Mr Harmison's car crossed its path.