Parking ticket threat to prices

June 2004
Cabinet Maker;6/11/2004, Issue 5392, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the implication of traffic fines on the prices of furniture in Great Britain. Tendency of traffic wardens to target trucks and vans while loading and unloading furniture; Effects of the action on small businesses; Attitudes of retailers to lift charges if fines are incurred when delivering to customers.


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