Air we go!
Truck & Driver|August 2021
On Saturday 29 May at 6pm, 240 drivers gathered with their trucks at South Mimms Services for a parade to raise vital money for Essex & Hertfordshire Air Ambulance
Lucy Sames

The convoy set off between 6.45 and 7.00pm with very strict instructions; stay in lane, a top speed of 45mph and to remember it’s a live lane. As professional drivers, it’s important to let people on and off the motorway.

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