One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A large, heavy motor vehicle used for transporting cargo.‘heavy goods vehicles delivering construction materials’
- ‘Training is given to heavy goods vehicle drivers.’
- ‘She said the number of heavy goods vehicles that would benefit from a height increase would be very small, no more than 1.5 % of all truck traffic.’
- ‘He said that the company can supply any vehicle, from a small family car to heavy goods vehicles.’
- ‘Members felt that the alternative route into the village was less suitable for heavy goods vehicles.’
- ‘He said that people's quality of life is likely to improve as a result of the reduction in the number of heavy goods vehicles.’
- ‘"Just about every heavy goods vehicle crosses the border every week to fill up with cheaper diesel, even if it isn't working there," he said.’
- ‘The 14th century bridge next to the factory has been buckling under the strain of heavy goods vehicles for years.’
- ‘The A56 grows busier, with increasing levels of heavy goods vehicles using the route.’
- ‘He has been a heavy goods vehicle driver for 15 years.’
- ‘Heavy goods vehicles will be charged a higher fee.’
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