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Case Study 18

Emma drives an 18,000 kg tipper truck, delivering sand in the London area. The vehicle is fitted with a bleeper which helps to warn pedestrians when she is reversing and turning.



This is her first day back driving after a four-day training course learning how to use a lorry-mounted crane. She also gained 28 hours towards her periodic driver CPC training by completing this course.

Her delivery today is to a residential house where an extension is being built. The delivery details state that it is located on a road with a 30 mph speed limit and speed cameras. The owner keeps dogs that need to be locked up before entering the property.

She arrives outside the delivery address on time at 6.30 am. Emma is looking forward to the end of the day as she has a cold and feels a little under the weather.