Interpreting the New Rules

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Interpreting the New Rules

Post by admin » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:04 pm

Our next talk is on the 4th May and will be held at the DBTC Museum in Meltham

The talk will be about Interpreting the New Rules on Tractor Roadworthiness and Existing Rules on Trailers by Mr Ray Owram.

Ray owns a 1967 DB880 he works for a local council and has been requested by his employer to interpret new government white papers and how it affects their council operation regarding its various applications of tractors and trailers. His findings will be of interest to anyone who uses a tractor of any age, or quad bike on the highway?

Everybody is welcome and we look forward to seeing you there

David Brown Tractor Club Museum, Spinksmire Mill, Huddersfield Road, Meltham, Huddersfield HD9 4AN

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