Wednesday, 5 December 2012

IAM comments on the Chancellor's autumn statement

IAM chief executive Simon Best said: "Cancelling the rise in fuel duty will help to keep Britain's economy moving. It's not just good news for motorists - from supermarket food deliveries to life-saving emergency services, the nation depends on its roads.  This is a saving for everyone.

"Cyclists, motorcyclists, car drivers, lorry drivers and bus and coach passengers should all welcome the £1 billion investment to our roads.  Newer roads are safer and should cut journey times."



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