Large truck full to brim with grade material passing through housing estate local route. 3 rear axles. Origin and destination outside the area.
Just wondering in terms of degradation of the road and what load capacity of road is.
Few months late but if theres weight limit signs such as max 3.5T or 7.5T anything bigger then a large van type cab shouldnt really be on it unless they have permits.
No sh&t Sherlock talk about pointing out the obvious
Are you inside this cordon which is 5 axles?
Is this truck a 4 / 5 axle rigid, or 5/6 axle artic / trailer combination?
Also check HGV.ie for more info if inside cordon.
There is an app "HGV permit checker" where you can check if truck has daily permit to deliver inside cordon. Has to be 5 or more axles.
You do know that the cordon is from 0700 to 1900 5 axles or more, Most artics delivering in the city do it late at night or early mornings.
Look at the map, part of cordon is for 24 hours, also deliveries and collections to building sites and St james gate goes on all day.
So how do shops or people get a delivery in the 24hr zone?
That 24 hr zone is around Merrion rd, Strand rd. Not sure what shops are in that zone. I know Tesco / DHL have 10m urban artic trailers with
2 axles, and 2 axle rigids for city deliveries.
There is hgv permit