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Vans, coaches and taxis will join a convoy of Scottish hauliers making its way from North Lanarkshire to Holyrood in a protest over the cost of fuel.
Up to 100,000 lorries are due to stage the "go-slow" protest on the M8, which will start at Strathclyde Country Park.
Protestors will hand a letter to Transport Minister Stewart Stevenson asking him to urge the UK Government to reduce the duty on fuel.
It follows similar protests in Wales and London last month.
Originally posted by Zepherian
Time to get with the times, because if the hydrogen things pan out I'll buy an old(ish) SUV and run it on water
Originally posted by jpm1602
Good! Only when people can't buy bread and milk and start marching in the streets will countries begin setting up theiir own biodiesel factories en masse.