A Lincolnshire haulage firm is going to extreme lengths to save money as it prepares for another fuel price hike in January next year.
The company, based in Lincoln, is trialling an elongated lorry which they plan to drive abroad - it's almost half as long again as any vehicle currently allowed to be driven on the UK roads.
A haulage firm in Lincolnshire is trialling a new 25 metre long lorry in an attempt to bring its fuel costs down. Denbys are not legally allowed to drive their superlorry in the UK due to length and weight restrictions, but can do in the Netherlands.
They therefore separate it into two parts to transport goods here, and then put it back together at the dock.