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Case Study 53

Sheila drives a left hand drive,  18 tonne rigid gully sucker for a company called ATL Drains. ATL is contracted to clean and repair drainage systems on behalf of Local Authority councils in England and Wales

Sheila started her shift at 04:00am and is expecting to be busy as the weather conditions have been poor over the past few days. It’s not long before she gets a call out to Birmingham.


Sheila must exit the depot and move into the right hand lane as soon as possible to take the A38 dual carriageway to Birmingham.

It’ll take Sheila around 30 minutes to arrive at her destination, and she will spend the next seven hours working at the rear of the vehicle, clearing drains.