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After reading Derek Such’s interesting story (ERF and Guy trucks page 62 February issue) about his Guy that would not stop, there must have been something very wrong with the braking system. I would have thought Smiths being big Guy operators would have addressed the problem and not being told it only had brakes on three axles should not have made any difference to him driving it.

The two roads he mentioned I know very well. In the 1960s, I used Shap every day for five years when I worked for Gilbraith

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