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Toyota collars dog warden supply contract

A DOG warden team is using a trio of Toyota Hiace vans to carry out its work rounding up strays.

Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council ordered the specially-adapted 280 GS models from the Pinkstones Toyota dealership. The contracts were written by Motiva Vehicle Contracts.

Council spokesman David Beardmore said: 'We were impressed by the Hiace's manoeuvrability, the good all-round vision for the driver and the fact there is more cab space, with room for two passengers.'

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