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Police clarify official rules on truck rides

Thursday 4 January 2018 | Published in Local

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Police clarify official rules on truck rides
Comments on social media about an incident in which a child was injured after falling off the back of a truck has prompted debate about the time-honoured practice of passengers riding on truck trays. The Cook Islands Police Service says it's OK, as long as passengers are sitting on the fl oor tray, like these happy youngsters. Passengers standing behind the cab should hold on to something secure, says Police Inspector John Strickland.18010307

Comments posted on social media following an accident in which a child was injured just before Christmas show many people are unsure what the law says about passengers riding on the back of trucks.

Comments posted on social media following an accident in which a child was injured just before Christmas show many people are unsure what the law says about passengers riding on the back of trucks.


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