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Vehicles For The Distribution Of Medicines And Food, Those Of Forced Circulation If The Government Decides To Cut The Roads

Vehicles for the distribution of medicines and food, those of forced circulation if the Government decides to cut the roads

Among the dozen types of vehicles that could continue to circulate in the event that the Government of Spain decides to intensify its fight against the coronavirus by cutting the roads include those for the distribution of medicines and food, the transportation of fuel, those of the Post Office, the funeral or those for roadside assistance, among others.

Specifically, roadside assistance vehicles and road maintenance and maintenance services may continue to circulate. Vehicles will also circulate for the distribution of medicines and medical equipment, those destined for food distribution, those for transporting fuels, those for perishable goods, fresh fruits and vegetables and “in any case, provided they represent” at least half of the vehicle’s payload capacity or volume. “