Quad booster

By David Weston01 August 2011

There must have been very little news in Lancashire recently when there was extensive coverage on local radio and television of what was described as one of the heaviest loads on the UK’s roads.

Warnings were issued by the media to avoid the area due to long traffic delays caused by the movement of these abnormal loads. Thanks to this message the crowds came out to see what all the fuss was about.

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