Licence Regulations Updated for Battery-powered, Electric Light Goods Vehicles

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Dave Pickburn #StreamTeam update | 31 May 2019

Hi! Its Dave Pickburn, Friday afternoon and its been a busy week as usual.

This week, I’m quite happy on a Friday afternoon. We invest a lot in research & development and invest into the Stream product. We’ve been doing our R&D claim, but it’s hard work to do, so I’m glad that’s out of the way.

Also came to my notice this week that there are some new regulations come in, around light goods vehicles and particularly battery-powered, electric light goods vehicles. They’re bringing in new rules that you can, to compensate for the extra weight of the batteries, you can now drive up to 4.25-tonne vehicles with a standard licence.

That’s it from me! Have a good weekend.

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