Ministers consider allowing longer lorries with bigger loads on the roads to cut down on pollution
A fleet of 1,800 extended trailers are currently being driven around the UK
At 15.65m, they are two metres longer than currently allowed on the roads
This allows them to carry two more rows of pallets or three rows of goods cages
Ministers see lengthening HGVs as a simple way of cutting carbon emissions
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