Nl O-licence numbers up by 3%

Wight, Ashleigh
October 2017
Commercial Motor;10/19/2017, Vol. 228 Issue 5761, p29
Trade Publication
The article offers information on improvement in the numbers of O-licences in Northern Ireland; reports on increase in the number of licensed Heavy goods vehicles (HGVs); and decline in the number of trailers inspected in the first quarter of 2017.


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