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Microwaves for HGV Trucks in the UK Powering a Microwave with an Inverter

Microwaves for HGV trucks in the UK

Microwaves for HGV trucks in the UK, Powering a microwave oven with an inverter. The title of this article could not be more fitting – microwaves are never an easy option when you’re on the go or traveling! Luckily there is a solution that will make your life easier: powering your microwave oven with an inverter.

This trucking article will provide you with all of the information and tips to help you find out what type of power inverters work well in these types of situations, what microwaves are available for use in HGV trucks, and even some helpful hints about using them effectively.

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How To Get Truck Driving Experience?

how to get truck driving experience

One of the most daunting tasks for any new truck driver is how to get truck driving experience now you have your license. Many new truck drivers face difficulties when it comes to acquiring the experience necessary for a professional career. In this article, I will cover three ways you can acquire your first truck driving job now that you have obtained your license and are ready to work professionally as a driver!

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Prevent overloading a truck the basics!

prevent overloading a truck British Trucking Beginners Guide

How to prevent overloading a truck

Firstly it is the responsibility of the driver to ensure that the truck they take out onto the roads of Britain are safe and secure, there are ways that you can prevent overloading a truck which we explain in this beginners guide.

Current legislation

The Road Traffic Act 1988 requires “vehicle users” to ensure that vehicles are not overloaded.
The Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 require that “all parts and accessories and the weight distribution, packing and adjustment of their loads shall be such that no danger is likely to be caused to any person in or on the vehicle or trailer or on the road.”

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