Tue, 15 Jan 2013 6:10p.m.
A Te Awamutu trucking company has been fined more than $20,000 after admitting its drivers broke laws over rest breaks.
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16/01/2013 7:39:21 p.m.
tut tut ahh well they get paid enough i get paid less and i manage fine
16/01/2013 10:18:33 a.m.
Damn. Poor guys! At least they werent hammered too badly and they can stagger the month off. The law is the law, but people have to get real. There are times when there just isnt enough time to stop. They will when they want a break. The reality is, that in NZ, the money made by trucking isnt enough to put more driver on the one truck to do the shifts....but everyone wants the loads yesterday.
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