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Tangled or damaged airlines a thing of the past with Line Hugga from Shopfta

It is a well known fact that airlines on heavy goods vehicles can get tangled, resulting in damage and substantial costs for downtime, recovery and repairs. The Line Hugga, now exclusively available from Shopfta, is a simple, instant and effective way to deal with this potentially expensive problem.

The Line Hugga is a sleeve which is designed to cover air or electrical lines to prevent entanglement and unwanted breakages. They are neat and tidy, resistant to diesel and other petrochemicals, easy to fit and remove, and need no maintenance.

Sam Law, General Manager – Shopfta, said:

“In these tough economic times, we are delighted to be supporting a small British company in providing vehicle operators with such a simple and cheap but extremely effective product in order to make their lives easier.”

Brian Yates, inventor of the Line Hugga, said:

“As an HGV driver I experienced the frustrations of snagged and tangled airlines many times –when you’re out on the road or have just picked up your vehicle. Line Huggas are a simple invention that just make sense - they’ll save you time, money and frustration.”

The Line Hugga is available from Shopfta and comes in three different size options, at a cost of £6.25 excluding VAT each for FTA members, £6.50 excluding VAT for non-members. Discounts available for five or more. Contact Shopfta at www.shop.fta.co.uk or call 08717 11 11 11.

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