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CASE STUDY 50

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Case Study 50

Mary is the co-owner of a turkey farm. It’s December, a busy time of year, and the turkeys MUST be delivered to the processing factory before Christmas. The weather has been atrocious with floods and muddy farm tracks, meaning work is taking much longer than usual.

cs50In the summer, to keep costs down, Mary and her business partner gained their LGV licences and bought a vehicle to transport the turkeys to the processing factories.

The vehicle they chose to buy is a ten year old 18 tonne rigid with a diff lock, retarder, spray reducers and ABS. Mary is hoping these features will help her successfully negotiate the roads around her farm during the poor weather.

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