Goods drivers reminded ‘know your limits’

Shetland police have reminded drivers of good vehicles to “know your limits”.

Posting on Twitter, the force highlighted a graphic detailing the maximum speeds in built up areas, single carriageways, dual carriageways and motorways. 

It said:  “If driving goods vehicles (not exceeding 7.5t max. laden weight) make sure you #KnowYourLimits.

“The legislation in place means that in Scotland on dual carriageways this is 60mph unless otherwise stated.”

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