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Case Study 121

Luke works for a tipper company moving earth from a tunnelling project in West England to be used in flood defences on the coast.


His day lasts around six hours, and within that time, he can make five full collections of earth on his lorry. Each collection equals a total of 18,000kg.

The vehicle he is driving has a maximum payload of 18,200kg but is due to be down-plated within the week.
His truck, which was manufactured in 2009, is fitted with a diff-lock and cruise control.

Luke enjoys his job and the views on his drive, which take him along the tourist routes.