Après moi, le déluge
Water, water everywhere
Or so claim those who won the vote, which will see a new truck design that is more environmentally efficient and allows for better vision of cyclist likely become mandatory across the EU in 2022.
The vote also put a temporary stop to the “megatrucks” debate, banning cross-border trials of longer, heavier lorries until the EC has undertaken further environmental impact studies. This article is a good review of who stood were on the debate and their reaction to the passage of the new legislation.
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