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UK Parliament Considering Stretch Limousine Laws

LCT Staff
Posted on December 7, 2005

LONDON — The UK’s parliament is considering updated traffic law to take into account the increasing number of stretch limousines on the country’s streets. The number of American-imported stretches has increased from 3,000 in 2003 to 11,000 today, said Bill Bowling, legal officer at the National Limousine Association (UK).

About half the municipal governments in the UK have no system for licensing stretch limousines. Police rarely stop limousines because, according to Bowling, they are unsure of the laws.

Source: The Telegraph (London)

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