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New fuel-truck rules

New fuel-truck rules

Phnom Penh Municipal Hall has banned trucks that transport petrol from travelling in Phnom Penh at specific times, in order to preserve public safety. According to a Saturday statement, municipal governor Kep Chuktema barred the trucks in the capital from 6am to 8:30am, 11am to 12:30pm and 4pm to 7pm on Monday to Saturday, and from 8am to 3pm on Sunday. “All [petrol] companies must make sure that no fires happen,” Kep Chuktema said.

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