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baldeagle:
Has anybody noticed that stores that historically been classified as 12 meter stores are now 13 meter. is this[ A] the yards are bigger or [ B] a shortage of 12 meter trailers. Watch out for an increase in accidents whilst maneuvering.

optout:
i belive that the EU have reclassified the true length of the metre as tesdaw went to the courts and in their minds made a 'reasonable request' 'for the needs of the business', or something like that, or so i think i heared somewhere. :)

mexicopete:

--- Quote from: baldeagle on 23-11-15, 06:37PM ---Has anybody noticed that stores that historically been classified as 12 meter stores are now 13 meter. is this[ A] the yards are bigger or [ B] a shortage of 12 meter trailers. Watch out for an increase in accidents whilst maneuvering.

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I thought yards were shorter than metres. ;) ;)

Silver Owl:
you can get more on a class 13M than you can a CLASS 12M as they claim it to be a fleet generic number. Which means less deliveries  ???

hesketh:
SINGS:

"If it don't fit, don't force it. Just relax and take it back"

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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